Tailwater fisheries provide anglers with a dependable four-season fishery that affords anglers with consistent flows, clear water, large populations of trout, and reliable hatches. Learn the tactics and techniques to successfully master these year-round waters. A detailed discussion on dams, tailwater benefits, entomology, matching the hatch, fly selection, rigging rods, reading the water, presentation and much more are included in this class. Taught by author and full time guide Pat Dorsey, this class is designed for more experienced anglers, however new fly anglers would also benefit. All materials for the course will be provided, and no fly casting is involved. Students will meet at the Specialty Instruction Lecture Area. This class has limited seating to ensure social distancing, and once purchased no refunds will be offered. Please print out your receipt and bring it to the festival. Only 16 spots are available.
Class held: 10:00 AM-12:00PM Saturday & Sunday in the Specialty Lecture Room. This class is held indoors. You can check for remaining availability here.