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Two-Day Skagit Spey Casting Class

Posted on February 28th 2014, by Sea-Run Fly & Tackle

Skagit spey casting

Sea-Run Fly & Tackle in Coquitlam is offering a two-day Skagit spey casting class! This 2-day spey casting class is taught by FFF Certified Instructor Aaron Goodis. It will focus on "The Modern West Coast Skagit Style" of spey casting.

Classroom topics include:

  • Theory
  • Rods
  • Reels
  • Lines
  • Flies
  • Fishing/Mending Techniques

On the water casting topics include:

  • The Theory
  • Your Equipment – Understand The Gear
  • Casts such as, The Skagit Poke, The Skagit Circle Spey, The Skagit Double Spey
  • River Right versus River Left
  • Dealing With The Wind
  • Sink Tip Selection
  • Mending Techniques

What to bring for Day 2:

  • You will need your waders, rain jacket and Skagit Spey set up. Rod/Reel/Line can be provided with notice
  • Bring a lunch & drinks
  • Rain or Shine

You will complete this class with a much better understanding of Skagit Spey casting and fishing, they will be able to overcome the obstacles faced during a real fishing day.

Price: $125 per person (limit 10 students)

Day 1 Classroom Theory: Thursday March 6, 2014, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Location: Sea-Run Fly & Tackle #110-1140 Austin Avenue, Coquitlam

Day 2 On the Water Casting: Sunday March 9, 2014, 10:00am – 1:00pm (3 hours)
Location: Kilby Park & Boat Launch on the Harrison River approximately 1.5 hours from Vancouver

You can register at the store #110-1140 Austin Avenue, by calling 604-931-5044 or by email at searun2013@gmail.com.

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