Introduction to Fly Fishing Schedule

This class is limited to 6. Call me at 303 601-1902 or Front Range Anglers at 303 494-1375 to book your class. Additional dates will be added later.  If you need custom dates, give me a call. Class minimum is 2. Classes are held at Front Range Anglers 2344 Pearl Street.

Date Location Seats Notes
Sun May 6, 9am - 1pm Front Range Anglers 1
Sun May 20, 9am - 1pm Front Range Anglers 6
Sun June 26, 9am - 1pm Front Range Anglers 6
Sun July 10, 8am - 12pm Front Range Anglers 6
Sun July 24, 9am - 1pm Front Range Anglers 6
Sun August 7, 9am - 1pm Front Range Anglers 6
Sun August 21, 9am - 1pm Front Range Anglers 6
Sun September 18, 9am - 1pm Front Range Anglers 6

Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 May 2012 16:45)

 

Intro to Fly Fishing Classes Start April 7th

April 7th will be the first of this season's Introduction to Fly Fishing Class. These classes cover everything but fly tying and are notoriously fun.  Sign up now! Front Range Anglers classes are held at the shop, located at 2344 Pearl Street Boulder, Colorado 80302. These classes are described in the brochure below.Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or need a tune up on your techniques and knowldege, these classes will make you a better angler. To book your classe you can call me at 303 601-1902 or Front Range Anglers at 303 494-1375. Class brochure

Last Updated (Tuesday, 12 February 2013 08:21)

 

Introduction to Flyfishing

This class covers al the basic information and techniques you need to get out on the river and catch fish:

Rigging
Fly patterns
Basic entomology
Casting
Trout Handling
River etiquette
Trout Habitat

It is a hands-on class with both group and individual instruction. Past participants have said the class is very informative and also lots of fun. Reference materials and other valuable resources are provided so that the students can continue to learn the art of Fly Fishing. Although the class is designed for beginners, many experienced anglers have taken it to brush-up on their techniques or fill in gaps in their knowledge.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 17 April 2012 11:17)

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Independent Angler

This class is based on the Introduction to Fly Fishing, but ends up on the river with you doing all the steps needed to catch and land your own fish. The class is divided into three parts with one homework assignment and includes time on the river.

Last Updated (Thursday, 25 February 2010 07:53)

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