For Novice FLY FISHERS
What to learn how to fly fish? Great!
We highly recommend you attend an introduction to fly fishing clinic. A number of organizations, including our club, offer free clinics in our area!
High Sierra Fly Casters － check our calendar to see if one is scheduled. If nothing, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Nevada Department of Wildlife － check their registration site for current schedule of events. They also offer fly tying and a wide range of outdoor education clinics. If nothing listed, contact them at email@example.com for more information.
Carson Fly Fishing Club －occasionally offers free classes.
There's also tons of educational videos available which can get you started. Note that some of these videos might be made in hopes of selling you stuff, stuff you don't necessarily need. We recommend beginners consult with one of our mentors for advice on what, if anything, you should acquire. The club has beginners kits you can borrow to get started.
Orvis Fly Fishing - Fly Fishing for Beginneers is a fairly comprehensive play list. Orvis also offer videos on more advanced topics.
Practice! Fish as often as you can, especially with others you can learn from. Attend our fish outs! Ask for mentoring!
What to learn how to tie flies? See our Fly Tying page.
For Intermediate to advance FLY fishers
Want to learn a new technic or improve a fly fishing skill? Great!
We recommend members take advantage of our free mentoring program. There's also tons of instructional videos you can watch on line.
To generally get better, practice and fish with others, especially those who already have the skills you want to develop. Attend our fish outs! Ask for mentoring!
For more information about our angler education programs, please contact Kurt Zeilenga, our angler education coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.