A Fly Fishing Entomology Class is being offered Saturday March 21 at the STFF Clubhouse. Core information will be aimed at those who are relatively new to fly fishing and those who would like to refresh their knowledge of aquatic insects and how to present their imitations.
Instructor – Don Owen – 35-year career as an Entomologist; 50 years of fly fishing
Agenda – Doors open at 10:30 – arrive early to socialize, have coffee and view specimens.
11:00 am – noon Aquatic Insect Groups Important to the Fly Fisher – presentation on morphology, recognition, life cycles, and availability
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch Break – BYO – Bring Your Own for a quick lunch at the clubhouse
12:30 – 1:15 pm The Art of Fly Fishing – directed, interactive discussion on insect imitations (flies) and their presentation
1:15 – 1:30 References and Methods of Sampling / Collecting Aquatic Insects
1:30 – ?? Optional field exercise for anyone interested – see what aquatic insects we might find in Clover Creek
RSVP – please email Don at firstname.lastname@example.org you plan to attend. All STFF members and guests are welcome.