Over the 8 sessions, you will learn how to tie the flies that will get the fish biting.
Several chapters participate by helping students learn about fish.
This class for beginning anglers covers the basics of rod & reel handling, knot tying, using bait and lures, and preparing fish for the table.
The Northwest Fly Anglers hold their annual Fly Casting classes at the Green Lake Casting Pier. The class is primarily for the beginner.
These classes are held less often than fly tying.
This course lasts 4 sessions.
This course starts with the basic fundamentals and continues 6 weeks, every session covering something new.
Students of this elegant sport learn basic casting, knots, and get an understanding of equipment and gear along with fly fishing etiquette and “catch-and-release” philosophy.
In just a few hours, participants in this class learn to grab line, scissors, thread bobbin, and whip finisher to turn fur and feathers into fishing flies.
Each class focuses on specific patterns.
The goal of this event is to actually teach the children some basic skills (casting, baiting hooks) before they take their turn at the pond.
The roundtable is designed for all levels of fly tying where beginners can learn from experts and experts can share their tricks and ideas.
This course provides students with more than 14 hours of fly-tying instruction by some of the region's most experienced tiers.
This all-day class provides students with instruction in all aspects of flyfishing, including tackle, accessories, knots, casting, entomology, streamside safety and etiquette.
Students learn to build their own custom laminated-wood nets.
This class provides students with several hours of rodbuilding instruction by one of the region's most experienced craftsmen.
This is an advanced course, designed for experienced tyers.
This is the 101 college level course on all aspects of the sport of salmon fishing. The class is great for the beginning angler up to the pro looking to hone their salmon angling techniques.
Offers outdoor skills workshops to women throughout North America. Skills for hunting and shooting, fishing, and non-harvest sports likecanoeing and camping are taught.
This traveling rod-building seminar includes a banquet and a souvenir program.
Educational Recreational Adventures teaches environmental education, science, and outdoor skills (fly fishing, canoeing, kayaking, cross-country skiing, backpacking, aquatic education,wildlife studies,...) to people of all ages.
The flagship youth education program of the Future Fisherman Foundation. HOFNOD uses angling skill development as a gateway to teach youth about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and how to deal with the challenges facing them in their young lives. The HOFNOD network includes trained aquatic education professionals in over 30 states with literally thousands of programs nationwide. Connect with a HOFNOD coordinator near you and help America’s youth get Hooked on Fishing and Not On Drugs!
Educational fishing programs for-
2-Center Pin Fishing
3-Bait Caster Fishing
4-Open Face Reel Fishing
5-How to Read Water
6-Children Fishing Programs 4-10yrs old where these ages fish for trophies & ribbons...
7-Children Fishing Programs 11-17yrs old where these ages fish for college scholarship money...
8-Drift Boat Fishing Trips
9-Hiking Fishing Trips
10-Members only Tournaments
11-5 star Exotic Vacation for Most Successful Charter for Season...
12-Whole Sale Fishing Store...
A curriculum and equipment package designed to teach fly-fishing in Physical Education. We assist teachers in the completion of Federal Fishing Grant Applications and can equip your whole program.
This free in-school program by The Bass Federation provides an educational look at today’s world of fishing. See how items like math, science and language arts are used by professional anglers’ everyday! Talk to a teacher, advisor or principle and have them apply for this TBF program for your school.
The longest-running, most comprehensive, fly fishing school in the United States. Run by all-volunteer staff of certified and master instructors, the Michigan Council of Trout Unlimited Fly-fishing School takes place over 3 days near Traverse City, Michigan, and includes casting, landing fish, knots, bugs, fly-tying, reading the water, etiquette and more.
All levels covered (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Age 12 and up.
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