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.
Each class focuses on specific patterns.
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.
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