This Fly Casting 201 class will help an angler take their casting to the next level. Basic casting experience required. Similar to the Fly Casting 101 class, this class will be done in drills. No equipment necessary. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a rod/reel set-up. Come early to set-up your rod/reel.
Cost: $20 per caster
Max Participants: 6 casters
Refund: No Refunds
Location: Spokane WA – Olmsted Park in Kendall Yards Across from Hello Sugar Coffee
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm (come early to set-up your equipment)
Equipment: Bring your own equipment with a 9′ 3x leader. If you need equipment please email email@example.com to request rod/reel set-up.
Weather: Bring appropriate clothing to cast outdoors. Class will take place rain or shine. Extreme weather conditions will be evaluated the day of the class.
The class will be taught in drills. This will allow the caster to breakdown each drill and bring practice ideas home. Remember basketball players don’t get good at free throws without practicing for hours shooting free throws.
Casting Drills Covered:
- Principles of Casting Reviewed
- Shooting Line
- Double Haul
Instructor: Heather Hodson
Fly fishing for 11 years, Heather has dedicated her time to educate and inspire others. Heather is currently studying for her Casting Instructor Certification with Fly Fishers International and has been teaching Fly Fishing since 2014. Heather has been mentored by the best anglers and fly casters in the world. This allows Heather to pass on the knowledge she’s learned to her students. With nearly 130+ days on the water each year and fishing around the world, Heather continues to invest into herself to mentor anglers to be the best that they can be.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Heather Hodson at 509-999-6317
The core of fly fishing is fly casting. 75% of fishing is the presentation. In order to present the fly properly an angler must have an understanding of The Principles of Fly Casting. To become a successful fly caster you must apply the Three “P”s; Practice, Patience and Persistence.