Littleton Colorado Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Classes

Littleton Colorado Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Classes

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This isn’t your typical classroom.

For many of us fly fishing is a lifelong journey. There’s always more to techniques to learn, flies to try more water to explore. Whether you’ve never picked up a fly rod, or you are a longtime veteran of the sport, we have classes to help you improve as an angler.

Our classes range widely, from our Fly Fishing 101 class, offering an in depth introduction into the sport all the way to our advanced fly tying class, Fly Tying 201. With other courses including bug life identification in our Entomology Class, frequent casting classes covering everything from distance and accuracy to two handed spey and double haul techniques, we are here and very excited to pass on our knowledge to you and opportunity to connect you with industry professionals and instructors.

No matter where you are in your fly fishing journey, we want to help you improve, catch more fish and have more fun on the water. For details on upcoming classes, please see the links below. You can also swing by the shop or call us at 303-794-1104 to get signed up.

SOLD OUT - Fly Fishing 101 - May 19th & June 9th // 1 Spot Left! Distance & Double Haul Class - May 12th

 

 

Upcoming Classes

  1. Distance and Double Haul

    Distance & Double Haul Casting Class

    $75.00
    Date: Saturday, May 12th
    Time: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Instructor: Jonathan Walter
    Location: Anglers All Store

    Learning to cast farther is fun, it reaches more fish, but it also improves your shorter casts, accuracy, and dealing with wind! Participants will discover three key elements of distance and understand their importance: loop control, line speed, and line carry. You will learn and perform practice drills for each element that will help all of your casting. Approximately half of the time will be spent learning double haul which will include more practice drills you can take away from the clinic. Participants should bring an 8-9 ft., 5 wt. or greater fly rod with floating fly line (preferably bright colored) and a 7.5 ft. 0X-2X leader.


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  2. Distance and Double Haul

    Distance & Double Haul Casting Class

    $75.00
    Date: Saturday, June 9th
    Time: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Instructor: Jonathan Walter
    Location: Anglers All Store

    Learning to cast farther is fun, it reaches more fish, but it also improves your shorter casts, accuracy, and dealing with wind! Participants will discover three key elements of distance and understand their importance: loop control, line speed, and line carry. You will learn and perform practice drills for each element that will help all of your casting. Approximately half of the time will be spent learning double haul which will include more practice drills you can take away from the clinic. Participants should bring an 8-9 ft., 5 wt. or greater fly rod with floating fly line (preferably bright colored) and a 7.5 ft. 0X-2X leader.


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  3. Fly Fishing 101

    Fly Fishing 101

    $150.00
    Date: Saturday, June 23rd
    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Instructor: Doug Andrews
    Location: Anglers All Store
    Our Fly Fishing 101 Classes are scheduled on Saturdays starting in the spring and running into early fall. This course is an interactive, hands-on experience, designed to introduce new anglers to the world of fly fishing.

    We will learn the essential elements of angling on our local Colorado waters, offering a full range of skills and insights. This includes equipment, rigging and knots, approaching the water, assessing water conditions, basic entomology and fly selection, casting and fly presentation, as well as fly fishing etiquette.

    There is no prior experience needed. Our instructor, Doug Andrews, will demonstrate the skills and information needed to pick up this wonderful sport. Our goal is that each new angler will be self-sufficient on the water by the very next day.

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  4. Mile High 25 Fly Fishing Tournament

    Mile High 25 Fly Fishing Tournament

    $250.00
    Date: Saturday June 23rd and Sunday June 24th
    Time: Sunrise to Sunset
    Location: Colorado's Public Waters

    Celebrating its third year, the Mile High 25 Fly Fishing Tournament will take place June 23 and 24, 2018. Two-person teams will compete to catch the most species of fish from the list of 25 eligible species. Not the most, not the largest, but the most different species, on a fly! Each species will be assigned a point value relative to its rarity and level of difficulty in catching it. The team with the most species points wins! There’s major cash prizes up for grabs, plus some serious bragging rights.

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  5. Fly Fishing 101

    Fly Fishing 101

    $150.00
    Date: Saturday, July 14th
    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Instructor: Doug Andrews
    Location: Anglers All Store
    Our Fly Fishing 101 Classes are scheduled on Saturdays starting in the spring and running into early fall. This course is an interactive, hands-on experience, designed to introduce new anglers to the world of fly fishing.

    We will learn the essential elements of angling on our local Colorado waters, offering a full range of skills and insights. This includes equipment, rigging and knots, approaching the water, assessing water conditions, basic entomology and fly selection, casting and fly presentation, as well as fly fishing etiquette.

    There is no prior experience needed. Our instructor, Doug Andrews, will demonstrate the skills and information needed to pick up this wonderful sport. Our goal is that each new angler will be self-sufficient on the water by the very next day.

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  6. Fly Fishing 101

    Fly Fishing 101

    $150.00
    Date: Saturday, August 18th
    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Instructor: Doug Andrews
    Location: Anglers All Store
    Our Fly Fishing 101 Classes are scheduled on Saturdays starting in the spring and running into early fall. This course is an interactive, hands-on experience, designed to introduce new anglers to the world of fly fishing.

    We will learn the essential elements of angling on our local Colorado waters, offering a full range of skills and insights. This includes equipment, rigging and knots, approaching the water, assessing water conditions, basic entomology and fly selection, casting and fly presentation, as well as fly fishing etiquette.

    There is no prior experience needed. Our instructor, Doug Andrews, will demonstrate the skills and information needed to pick up this wonderful sport. Our goal is that each new angler will be self-sufficient on the water by the very next day.

    Learn More

  7. Distance and Double Haul

    Distance & Double Haul Casting Class

    $75.00
    Date: Saturday, August 18th
    Time: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Instructor: Jonathan Walter
    Location: Anglers All Store

    Learning to cast farther is fun, it reaches more fish, but it also improves your shorter casts, accuracy, and dealing with wind! Participants will discover three key elements of distance and understand their importance: loop control, line speed, and line carry. You will learn and perform practice drills for each element that will help all of your casting. Approximately half of the time will be spent learning double haul which will include more practice drills you can take away from the clinic. Participants should bring an 8-9 ft., 5 wt. or greater fly rod with floating fly line (preferably bright colored) and a 7.5 ft. 0X-2X leader.


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  8. Fly Fishing 101

    Fly Fishing 101

    $150.00
    Date: Saturday, September 15th
    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Instructor: Doug Andrews
    Location: Anglers All Store
    Our Fly Fishing 101 Classes are scheduled on Saturdays starting in the spring and running into early fall. This course is an interactive, hands-on experience, designed to introduce new anglers to the world of fly fishing.

    We will learn the essential elements of angling on our local Colorado waters, offering a full range of skills and insights. This includes equipment, rigging and knots, approaching the water, assessing water conditions, basic entomology and fly selection, casting and fly presentation, as well as fly fishing etiquette.

    There is no prior experience needed. Our instructor, Doug Andrews, will demonstrate the skills and information needed to pick up this wonderful sport. Our goal is that each new angler will be self-sufficient on the water by the very next day.

    Learn More