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This is the area to take a fly fishing course... nearby we have have some of the best fly fishing waters such as Big Creek, Whitemans Creek, Nith River and the famous Grand River.
Learn how to fly fish one hour west of Toronto, Ontario on the Grand River.This beginner fly fishing lesson is now available 7 days a week... choose your own starting time.
This 5 hour school on fly fishing gives any beginner the fly fishing skills to start.
It is held in a wilderness setting on the section of the Grand River called "Trout Alley".
The equipment you need is your lunch, hat, sunglasses and chest waders if spring/fall conditions. You can bring your own fly rod if wanted.
The instructor supplies the rods/reels and instruction.
For minimum age 13 years and up.
Note: Youth 13 to 15 years require adult accompaniment.
This course is also for adults new to the sport.
Maximum number in a course is eight people... but larger group can be accompanied with additional instructors... provided we have advance notice.
We have two fishing school sites. View Location of Fly Fishing Courses in a larger map
Prices for the Five Hour Course with equipment included: (Taxes not included )
|Number of People||one||two||three||four||five||six||seven||eight|
|Cost per Person||$60/Hr/person||$30/Hr /person||$120.00 each||$100.00 each||$90.00 each||$80.00 each||$70.00 each||$60.00 each|
Price varies with number of participants, but above chart gives possible fee range.
If bad weather you can reschedule or full refund
Have you ever dreamed of standing on the edge of a river, silently casting a hand tied fly to an unsuspecting fish?
This course gives youth and adults a complete introduction to the fly fishing experience.
Our goal is to simplify fly fishing techniques and demystify the sport as well as create a fun learning environment where all questions have merit.
Outline of Course Material
· Background introduction to fly fishing and equipment
· Instruction on efficient casting techniques
· Learning proper body movement as not to cause wear and tear on your body
· Most important, provide techniques to catch fish. This will include dry flies, nymphing, streamers and swinging.
· What equipment to buy... "Is equipment to catch the fish? ... Or is equipment to capture the fisherman?"
Enjoy an evening on the Grand River at the nearby River Ridge Bed & Breakfast