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Come join us for an enjoyable day on the Upper Delaware River. Gain the knowledge and confidence in casting, fly selection, bug identification, reading water, knot tying, gear selection, how to land and safely release fish, and more!
Rods, reels, and flies will be provided. Wader and boot rentals available.
Please bring your sunglasses, fishing license, hat, and a rain jacket.
Pre-registration required. Please email Joe Demalderis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 475-6779
Class will be held at Whitetail Country Fly Shop in Starlight, Pennsylvania.
Request More Info Hosted by professional fly fishing guide Anita Coulton, this one day on the water seminar is tailored to instill the knowledge and confidence to go it on your own in most fly fishing situations. Perfect for beginners or intermediate anglers. Anita will be assisted by other members of our Five Star rated guide staff to provide you with a hands on learning experience and a fun day on the water. Come and learn new skills or improve on what you already know. Space is limited. Please email: email@example.com to register. The cost is $225 per person and includes lunch, soft drinks, and the use of rods and reels. Please bring: New York or PA fishing license, hat, sunglasses, waders (available with advance notice), sunblock Seminar held by Whitetail Country Fly Shop and Cross Current Guide Service in Starlight, Pennsylvania.
Sign Up Fly fishing is a sport that grows with you – it can be approached as simple and basic or as complex and challenging as you want it to be. You really don’t have to cast 75 feet and know the Latin name of every aquatic critter to be good at it and have a great time! What will be covered: Equipment:
- Rigging – Rods, Reels, Knots
- Waders & Boots (Vibram vs. Felt) and how to clean them to prevent Didymo from spreading
- Options for carrying your gear – Fishing vest, waist pack, sling or lanyard
- Accessories – fly boxes, nippers, forceps, floatant, landing net, etc
- Flies – Dries, Nymphs, Terrestrials, Streamers
- Grip and stance
- Pick up and lay down
- Roll casts (on the water)
- Wading safety
- Fighting a fish
- Landing a fish safely and the release
Sign Up In fly-fishing 101, Orvis Instructors will teach you the basics of fly-fishing: casting, rigging, and fly selection, in just two hours! You’ll even get to practice landing a fish! We provide all the gear along with a light brunch, coffee and mimosas. As a thank-you for taking the class, you will receive a set of exclusive coupons that will help outfit you with gear and clothing; allowing you to hit the water as easily and comfortably as possible! Join us at your local store to see how simple, fun and accessible fly fishing really is! All fishing gear will be provided, along with a light brunch and plenty of water. You will be outside for the first hour of the class, so dress appropriately: sun or rain gear, comfortable clothes and shoes, a hat, and sunglasses. The class will be held at the Orvis retail store in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.
Sign Up Fly tying adds a fun, artistic element to the fishing experience, and there’s nothing more rewarding than catching a fish on a fly you’ve tied! In these classes, we’ll help you tie your first fly over wine and snacks. We’ll provide all the gear and give you coupons to buy your own equipment. All tools and materials will be provided. The class will be held at the Orvis retail store in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.