The month of November has a number of learning opportunities hosted here at Trouts Fly Fishing, Denver. It does not matter if you are a new angler or a seasoned vet that is wanting to learn more about a specific skill, over the course of the month of October (and beyond) we have you covered. We have in-store openings for our Fly Fishing 101, Bugs For Beginners, and much more.
The in-store portion of each class will take place in the River Room (our brand new education room) at our new location - 1025 Zuni Street, Denver, CO 80204.
**To sign up for a class or further information give us a call (303) 733-1434**
At one point or another, we have been on the water and watched fish seemingly jumping all around us, gorging themselves on the thousands of bugs. As fly anglers, we’ve heard the expression 'Match the Hatch', yet we continue scratching our heads while casting to fish uninterested in our flies. Without question, a better understanding of a trout’s diet will help improve your success with fly fishing.
Our Trouts Bugs for Beginners class will help demystify the major food sources trout key in on throughout the year. We will focus in on Midges, Mayflies, Caddis, Stoneflies, Terrestrials, and general attractors. Our class is designed and purposed to help you better understand the major insect groups Including how to effectively identify and fish them. You will leave our class with the capabilities to successfully 'Match the Hatch'.
Catching a trout on a fly you tied is without a doubt one of those most rewarding experiences this great sport can offer. This class is mindfully built towards the beginning fly tier and will cover general terminology, tool identification and application, basic materials and their uses -and then the best part - tying flies! Upon completion of the class, you'll walk away with different fly patterns that are ready to fish on our local waters!
Trouts Fly Fishing 101 classes are the perfect class for beginners of any age. In our 101 class, we cover an array of information starting with setting up your fly rod, terminal tackle, basic fly selection, knot tying, and reading the water. We understand that fly fishing can be frustrating and at times intimidating, we want to remove those for you. We want to be an integral part of you becoming a self-reliant, accomplished angler. With this in mind, the goal of our Trouts Fly Fishing 101 class is to provide people the opportunity to successfully wade into the sport of fly fishing.
Join us as we spend an hour focusing on an item that can be frustrating to new, novice, and experienced anglers. We will dial in the basic and most necessary knots and connection styles for rigging of all types. Come to learn from the ground up, or simply solidify and progress your current skill set to a greater level of independence.