Dates: October 22nd, 23rd, & 24th 2020
Class Size: 6 People
Instructor: Nick Teynor is a long time employee, Federation of Fly Fishers Certified Casting Instructor, and Small Streams Guide.
Fall is just around the corner, and it’s one of our favorite times of the year to wet a line. The weather’s cooler, the colors vibrant, and our local trout are aggressive and hungry. Streamer fishing has become an increasingly popular technique to target large, aggressive, predatory game fish across the globe; and it’s an essential skill for the modern fly angler to add to their arsenal. This class is meant to give you a simple and complete understanding of how to rig, cast, and fish streamers.
Our first class will be an evening at the shop, and will focus on teaching where we fish streamers, how we fish them, what lines/leaders/tippets work the best, and effective ways to rig them for our local waters. The second session will be an evening of casting at Liberty Park; tuning up everyone’s fly-casting, and showing students how to safely and effectively cast streamers and streamer lines. The class will wrap-up with a half-day trip to a local river, where students will experience firsthand where, and how fish to streamers on our local waters.
If you want to learn how to fish streamers, or how to take your streamer game to the next level, then this is the class you’ve been waiting for. Sign-up soon!
Photo Credit: Travis Ruiz