One of the great things about fly fishing is that there is always more to explore! You can learn a new skill or new technique, try something new to enhance your experience such as learning to tie your own flies or even build your own rod. Never fished from a belly boat? Give it a try!
At Angler's Covey, we realize you might be looking for something new and different to explore in your fly fishing, so we have designed our SPECIALTY SERIES of classes with that in mind. Check out the opportunities below and register today!
The SPECIALTY SERIES includes:
Whether you’re just getting started or need to brush up on a few skills, our Women’s Camp is a fun, non-threatening place to do it! Students benefit from the diverse experiences and approaches of our instructors while learning about equipment, fly selection, knot tying, safety, casting, catch and release, reading the water, fish habits and much more! Our 3-part camp consists of two evening sessions and one on-stream session, which includes a streamside lunch. Two camps are scheduled each summer. The cost is $175.
101-301 3 Day Camp
June 19th, 21st, 22nd
July 11th, 12th, 13th
Day 1 & 2 are 6-9pm in class day 3 is 7am-3pm on the river
201 Back To Basics Class
31 May 2014 8-11am Eleven Mile Canyon
Ever want to build your own custom fly rod? If so sign-up for this class. It’s taught by our very experienced Neil Leuhring. This class is 4 sessions over 2 weeks. The instructor will also meet pre class to purchase all of the correct materials for the complete rod.
Session 1- You will set your grip and reel seat.
Session 2- Selecting guides, layout and learning to wrap guides. (this class will require home work)
Session 3- Final prep and first coat of finish applied
Session 4- Signing name and final coat of finish
Cost: $90 (not including required materials)
Location/Times: Classroom 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Angler's Covey.
Date: Call for classes
'We may say of angling as Dr. Boteler said of strawberries: "Doubtless God could have made a better berry, but doubtless God never did"; and so, if I might be judge, God never did make a more calm, quiet, innocent recreation than angling.' - Izzak Walton