Winter Fly-Fishing Class


2024 Dates: Feb. 21st, 24th 2024

Price: $175 / *No refunds for cancellations within 14 days of the class if we cannot fill your spot*

Class Limit: 2 Student Min. / 4 Student Max.

*This class is meant for anglers who have already taken our WRF Beginning Fly-Fishing Class, or have at least a year or two of experience, and can tie the three essential fly-fishing knots (I.E. Loop to Loop, Double Surgeons, Clinch Knot).*

*Note: This is a Learning Clinic, NOT a Guide Trip. The focus and goal of all of our classes and clinics is to help our students become more independent, and capable anglers. Catching fish during the classes and clinics is NOT the primary focus.*

Instructor: Nick Teynor: Nick is an FFI Certified Casting Instructor, longtime shop instructor and shop staffer.

Sign-Up: Call the shop at: (801)-521-6424. Or stop by the shop to sign-up.



Winter fishing on our local streams is a reality that more and more anglers are beginning to realize, and for good reason. Our state has a large amount of tail-water fisheries (i.e. rivers and streams that flow out of dams.), which means that these streams rarely freeze over. The open water on these waterways is still teeming with aquatic life, and the fish feed on these various food items throughout the winter.

Class Purpose
The purpose of this class is to teach and show anyone that wants to learn how to fish during the winter how to do so in a safe, fun, and effective manner. This means discussing what weather you should try to fish in, flies, leaders/tippets, safety concerns, etc. In short, this class should prepare you for your future winter outings on your own, and give you the tools to find success during a time of the year where fishing can be tough compared to the Spring, Summer, and Fall.

Class Information
This class will consist of an evening session at the shop, and then a half-day trip out to the river for a hands on experience. The weekday class session will run from 6:15 PM-8:45 PM. On Saturday, we will be meeting either on the Middle or Lower Provo River. Class will run from 10:00 AM-1:30 PM. This class has a maximum student capacity of 4 students, and sign-up is based on a first come, first serve basis. All you will need for the first session of class is a pen and pad of paper for notes. For Saturday's on-the-water session, you'll need all the essential fishing gear (waders, boots, rod/reel, flies, etc.) to be able to get the most out of this class. Get rid of the winter blues, and get out with us to experience Utah’s “forgotten” season!!!