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    Default Where to learn to fly fish

    The University of Alaska Anchorage is offering a beginner fly fishing course this summer term, beginning the first week of June. There are two nights of lecture, three lab days where you learn to cast in their gym and pool, and then two full days of fishing locally putting it all together. The instructor is a certified casting instructor with the Federation of Fly Fishers. They supply rods/reels/lines/flies and you bring waders and the clothes you wear. It is open to all, not just UAA students.

    This is a great deal for the money, whatever they're charging. Other classes are on lawns and last one half a day, or two halves over a week-end.

    A good number to call is Cathy at 786-4085.

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    Default Learning to flycast

    thanks for the information

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    Default Fairbanks Area

    Mr. Jones and the Alaska Mid-Night Sun Fly Caster is an option. They have a Kids Camp coming up soon at Twin Bears Camp on Chena Hot Springs road.

    Mr. Jones teaches Fly Fishing through UAF and has been at the game a long time. I have heard nothing but positive comments about the Kids Camp.

    Best wishes and Tight Lines.

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    Fly rod 12 weight double handle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barron
    Fly rod 12 weight double handle

    Will shoot you a note at 10:00AM 10 May 2006

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