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Enjoy a corporate fly fishing course on the Grand River. We are located one hour west of Toronto just off the 403 near Paris, Ontario. This is a fly fishing school where you start from the basics and learn how.
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This "Learn How" fly fishing course is from 10am to 3pm.
It is held in a wilderness setting on the section of the Grand River called "Trout Alley".
We can supply lunches or shoreline barbecues with our in-house Chef.
We have two fishing school sites. View Location of Fly & Spey Fishing Courses in a larger map
The equipment you need is a hat and sunglasses.
You can bring a lunch or order one... menu
You can bring your own fly rod if wanted.
The instructor supplies the rods/reels.
Maximum number in a course is eight people... but larger group can be accompanied with additional instructors... provided we have advance notice.
Prices for the 5 Hour Course with lunch/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||$145.00 each||$115.00 each||$105.00 each||$95.00 each||$85.00 each||$75.00 each|
Price varies with number of participants. 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?"