Catching a trout on a fly rod is quite an experience, catching a trout with a fly you’ve tied yourself is one of the most rewarding experiences this sport can offer. This workshop is geared towards the beginning fly tier and will cover general terminology, tool identification and application, basic materials and their uses -and then the best part - tying flies! Upon completion of the class, you'll walk away with different fly patterns that are ready to fish on our local waters!
Registration deadline: Monday, October 11 at 8 p.m.
In this course we will build upon the skills covered in the intro course and work to expand your knowledge of different patterns to fill your fly box with. Over the 2 hour clinic, we’ll introduce new techniques and materials to your fly tying knowledge base that will help you take your new hobby to the next level.
Requirements: Participants must have previously taken Intro to Fly Tying, or have tying experience.
Registration deadline: Monday, November 1 at 8 p.m.
This course teaches the basics of fly fishing including casting, tying knots and bringing a fish in. Instruction includes a classroom session to learn basic skills and a field day to practice on the water at Boulder Creek. Course fee includes instruction and all equipment.
Requirements: Participants must provide their own lunch and a fishing license (approximately $10). Participants must also be able to carry a 20 lb pack while hiking up to 2 miles per day on rocky and variable terrain.
Registration deadline: Monday, September 13 at 8 p.m.
Classroom Session:Thursday, September 16, 6 to 8 p.m., OP Classroom