How To Fly Fish

Learning how to fly fish from an experienced fly fisherman like Paul Anderson gives you the know how, skills and ability to enjoy a day on the river or lake.  Learning how to fly fish makes a great fly fishing gift idea  for that wanna be fly fishing beginners.

Beginner Fly Fishing 101

Want to learn how to fly fish?   Fly fishing for beginners  give you all the basics to get started.  You will learn how to fly cast, begin tying your own flies while picking up fly fishing tips.  All the fly fishing gear is provide.  The best part you will learn from a pro fly fisherman – Paul Anderson.  The classes are small so you will get a lot of one-on-one instruction.  This make a wonderful gift for that special person.

How To Fly Fish from Fly Fishing Strategies Fly Shop The Dalles Oregon

How To Fly Fish from Fly Fishing Strategies Fly Shop The Dalles Oregon

  • All fly fishing tackle is  provided
  • Lessons cover:
    • Fly fishing casting
    • Tying flies
    • Fly fishing tips
  • Small classes
  • Individual instruction
  • Classes scheduled to fit your schedule.
  • Cost $150

Advanced Fly Fishing Lessons 201

  • Advanced fly casting techniques
  • Trout food entomology
  • Fly selection
  • Fishing techniques
  • Access to a private lake
  • Cost $100

Advanced Fly Fishing 202

Advanced fly fishing gives you the tools to improve your skills as a fly fisherman.  And yes the ladies welcome.  This class give you one-on-0ne time with Paul Anderson the instructor.

  • Advanced fly casting
  • Trout food entomology
  • Fly selection
  • Fly line control techniques
  • one on one in the water instruction
  • Class size limited to six fly fishers
  • Cost $75

Walk and Wade the Klickitat River

  • Special 5 hours on the river.
  • Flies provided.
  • Cost $175 per person.


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