Led by expert guide Adam Nidoh, this six-week Fly Fishing workshop introduces participants to this fun outdoor activity through a combination of classroom instruction, hands-on demonstration and information on use and selection of equipment that keeps the Fly Fishing sport affordable to all. Participants will learn about trout behavior, trout stream entomology, fly fishing strategies, basic fly tying and fly selection, and have plenty of time for casting practice. The course is appropriate for total beginners, as well as anglers with some experience who want to refresh their skills. Ages 14 and older.
Location: Keystone College Environmental Education Institute (Lackawanna Hall)
Dates: Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon, from February 2 to March 9
Fee: $115, includes use of gear
For information:Call Sharon Burke at (570) 575-3927 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Location: KCEEI, Lackawanna Hall