Fly Fish the Adirondacks Guide Service offers a learn to fly fish program aimed at teaching the basics of fly fishing.
This program would be of great value to those making their first efforts at fly fishing.
Why is FFTA “Learn to Fly Fish Program” the best?
I provide private instruction limited to 2 persons from the point of an experienced guide and instructor in a relaxed setting.
FFTA’s goal is to have you leave the water with a positive outlook on fly fishing and the skills you need to fish on your own.
I have instructed this program for over a 2 decades and as a result my former students are now my clients because they have come to recognize that
the same level of expertise and commitment that goes into my” Learn to Fly Fish” program goes into every trip I lead.
Learn to Fly Fish rate — $365.00 for first person $100.00 for additional person, limited to 2 persons only.
FFTA will provided the following equipment at no extra cost:
-Fly rods and reels
You will need a NYS fishing license: https://www.dec.ny.gov/permits/6101.html
WHAT IS FFTA’S “LEARN TO FLY FISH PROGRAM??
As an instructor and guide with 25 years watching fly fishing from an educating point of view, the one most important aspect of this sport that stands strong and is the backbone of an experienced fly fishing person are the physical skills needed on the water to “make a fly look alive” which are broken into 3 categories:
-Basic casting skills
-Proper presentation of fly patterns
These skills are the most important and the basic foundation to becoming an experienced fly fishing angler.
FFTA will conduct the program on the water and teach you the basic physical skills, you will not be subjected to classrooms or watching videos.
You will learn to fly fish in a “real fly fishing situation” and build the proper physical skills
needed to return to water on your own with confidence.
Learn to Fly fish program is a full day 8 hour event. Instruction will take place on the water.
This program is limited to 2 persons for the finest in personal attention and a relaxed atmosphere.
-Basic casting instruction
-Presentation of fly on the water
-Reading water and stream structure