Cost: free. This event is open to the public to register.
This Skills Building program is designed to enhance one's practical knowledge of the sport and to assist all fly fishers wishing to become more successful when out on the lakes and streams. Varying topics are presented by an experienced fly fisher with extensive knowledge about the specific topic.
Unless there will be no program offered in a particular month, this event is typically held on the 2nd Saturday of each month following the free public casting lessons that month. Attendance may be limited to the maximum seating available for a particular program, so please register in advance of the event.
This month's program: Introduction to Tenkara
Garth Thompson will present an introduction to Tenkara workshop on July 13th from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tenkara is a traditional form of fly fishing from Japan that has recently seen a growing popularity in the States. It uses extremely lightweight rods with a fixed line, and is both fun and affordable. This session will cover the basics of Tenkara fly fishing that will include information on the history, gear, knots, and tactics that are often used.
All participants are requested to register for this event beforehand (whether or not there is any limit shown on the registration for this event) in order to gauge the expected size of the audience.
For further info about this event, contact:
Garth Thompson mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Donahue email@example.com