This class will cover fly selection, how to "rig up" your rod, use of strike indicators and weight, sight fishing, strike detection, setting the hook, how to fish different types of water, and how to play, land and release trout.
This introductory course provides beginning fly tyers instruction on basic techniques used to tie the majority of fly patterns.
Beginning Stream Fly Fishing is a highly detailed beginning approach to fly fishing.
This 1/2 day class will focus on casting on a lake full of trout, perch, and bass.
These custom designed individually tailored lessons are a chance to learn the art of casting a fly rod.
Kids ages 9 to 14 will learn the basics of fly fishing including casting, knot tying, rigging their rod, fly selection and fly tying from a Blue Quill Angler instructor.
Our professional Orvis Endorsed guides will work with each one of the members of your group if you desire instruction, or you can just fish alone to your hearts content.
RMA's Kids Fly Fishing Camp is a summer flyfishing adventure in Boulder, Colorado. Expert fly fishing guides provide a varity of fun activities both on and off the water that help children explore the world of fly fishing.
Small groups are the key to this learning experience. With a 4 to 1 student ratio, RMA's Kids Fly Fishing Camp provides a fun and relaxed exploration into the art of fly fishing in a safe and educational manner. Throughout the course of the fly fishing camp, all of the basics of fly fishing and information necessary to fish independently.
The purpose of the class is to help you develop all the skills and understanding necessary to catch trout on a fly rod.
Our schools are sixteen hours of both classroom and on the river instruction.
Our Fall class series is a Beginning Fly Fishing class for adults.
In addition to diagnosing problems, casting instruction can enhance your fly presentation, increasing your ability to catch more fish in different situations and conditions.
This is a beginning to intermediate level course designed to help make fly fishing and insect identification as easy as the ABC's.
The purpose of this introductory course is to provide a beginner's most basic look at the world of fly fishing.
The purpose of this class is to introduce the beginner to the correct use of fly tying tools, materials and tying techniques necessary to produce durable and effective nymphs, streamers, wet flies and dry flies used in Rocky Mountain Fly Fishing.
This introductory course provides the student with all the instruction to start and complete their first custom fly rod.
To introduce kids to all kinds of outdoor activities, including fishing, boating, shooting, rock climbing, cycling etc. It is a cooperative effort between state and federal agencies and sportsmen's groups. Event date is April 30 2011 at Riverbend Park in Palisade CO There is no charge for the program.
This class offers a private version of the introductory course.
This class helps fly tyers who have mastered the basics progress to more realistic, creative and demanding fly patterns.
This class has the same curriculum as Beginning Stream Fly Fishing, but the dates and times are set by the student, with one-on-one attention.
We help you pick out all the hardware and build it on our specialized equipment.
We offer both beginner and advanced tying classes where we tie a variety of nymph and dry fly patterns.
This class is for women by women. The 5 hours of instructions cover all the basics to enjoy your time on the water, including casting, knot tying and fly selection.
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