Fly Fishing Casting Clinics

No matter the type of fishing, the cast is one of, if not the most, crucial step. Casting a fly rod effectively is not the easiest thing to do “right out of the box”. Some anglers have different ways to approach the best way to learn how to cast a fly rod. Some Anglers need a more hands on experience with an instructor or guide. Our goal is to make the new fly angler feel comfortable during The Class and confident in their abilities after the class is complete.

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Fly Fishing Casting Clinics


2 Hour Session, Up To Two People


4 Hour Session, Up To Two People

  • Classes Will Start on Land and End on Local Pond Water.
  • Clinics Include Basic Functions of Rod, Reel, and Line.

  • Clinics Include Knot Tying, Entomology, and Flies.

  • Clinics Will Also Cover Go Over Basic Casting Techniques Such as Casting Position, Rod Functions and Line Management When Casting, As Well As Some Advanced Casting Techniques Such as The Double Haul.

  • Rod, Reel, and Line Are Included in Class.


Our Clinics Are Based On Your Requests, Please Contact Us To Schedule!

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2 Day Casting Clinic On Private Water


For Two People

For Individual Or Group Rates Please Contact Us

  • Approximately 4 Hours Per Day.

  • Day One Is Held on Land, and Consists of Basic Knowledge & Functions of Rod, Reel, & Line.

  • Also Covered in The Clinic Is Casting Introduction, Knot Tying, Entomology, Flies, Casting Practice & Accuracy Held Stream Side, on Private Water.

  • Day Two Is a Guided Float Trip On Public Water

  • Clients Will Be Able to Hone Their Skills & Put Them to The Test in Live Scenarios.

  • Clinic Also Includes Advanced Casting & Acceleration Techniques Such as A Roll Cast, Spey Cast, High Sticking, & The Double Haul.

  • Gear Such as Flies, Tippets, Nets, Rods, and Reels Are Included.

  • Lunch Will Be Provided.

  • Gratuity Is Not Included.

Our Clinics Are Based On Your Requests, Please Contact Us To Schedule!

(For anyone with food allergies please let us know 48 hours before your trip so we can accommodate to your needs!)

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Casting Clinic Attire

  • Depending On the Season, Early Spring We Recommend to Dress for a Possible Passing Shower. In the Fall to Winter Months We Suggest Wearing Additional Layers but Just Enough to Shed in Case of Those Warmer Winter Days!

  • Clients Will Need to Supply Their Own Waders and Boots and Dress Accordingly per Reported Forecast.

  • Guides Are Not Responsible for Personal Lost Items Such as Phones, Cameras, Wallets, etc.

  • Each Client Will Be Required to Fill Out and Sign Our Liability Waiver Before Any Guided Trip.