Events

May Intro Caddis Class

Introduction to Fly Fishing. We have been introducing anglers to basic casting skills for almost 30 years now. Inspired by the original casting classes held by Les Eichorn, Bob Guard and Mel Krieger this 6 hour class will have interested anglers on their way to fly casting mastery. Basic tackle discussions, casting, knots,entomology and fly presentation will be covered. All tackle, textbook is included and we maintain a one instructor to 5 student ratio. Four hours of the course will be on water casting. Cost is $55, all equipment is provided, sign up at the shop or call 541-342-7005 to sign up.

Schedule for 2017 

March 24, 25
April 21, 22
May 12, 13
June 23, 24
July 19,20, 21
August 23,24, 25
September TBD
October TBD

Private Spey Casting Lessons - with the Caddis Fly Shop staff are available upon request at $55 per person. Your instructor will get you going with all the basic casts, fundamentals for spey casting, and casting from both sides of the river. These lessons are tailored for both the beginner and advanced spey caster. Contact the shop at 541-342-7005 to set up your lesson!

5 Responses to Events

  1. Edem says:

    Took the introductory classes two weeks ago and loved it, instructor was great, I highly recommend it! I am just a beginner but have become hooked to fly fishing, I love it! Still learning, and appreciate all the advice out there. Look forward to a lot of fly fishing this summer and I am sure I will keep dropping buy the shop throughout the next few months!

  2. Greg C says:

    Finished the beginning fly fishing class Saturday. I was a blast. Small group and plenty of instruction. I looking for someone to go on the special $325 for 2 3/4 day trip, during the week. I one, need two.

  3. Michael Chase says:

    I’m interested in the intro to fly fishing class. When does the schedule come out?

  4. Sarah says:

    Please let me know what you have to offer in the way of classes & fly tying
    Thanks, Sarah

  5. Burt Froehlich says:

    Heading out west traveling the Lewis and Clark trail, with fly fishing diversions along the way (of course). My wife and I are interested in fly fishing for fall run king salmon in Oregon. Do you have any suggestions? If it is possible to fish these beauties, when is the best time and where? We would appreciate a local fly fishing guide to assist us in our quest. Thanks for the blog and for the response. Tight Lines. Burt

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