Fly Casting Instruction
ADV. BEGINNER to INTERMEDIATE CASTING INSTRUCTION (Saltwater or Freshwater)
Fly casting instruction with a focus on casting techniques and strategies to improve distance, accuracy, and success on the water. Practical honest advice on how to take your fly cast to the next level, and assist with your personal objectives in becoming a better fly caster.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN & WHAT WE PROVIDE
Learn Essential Skills
A two-hour instructional casting session can focus on either: dry land (rod handling, line management, line haul and distance tactics), or a water-based session (water tension, roll casting and water haul techniques).
Fly Casting Equipment
All necessary rod, reels and lines are included in this worry-free clinic, but we request you bring your own rod and reel if you have it. We recommend bringing the following items: notebook/pen, a bottle of water, snack, polarized sunglasses, and a good attitude.
Understand the Tools of the Trade
Find out which fly casting equipment is needed to get you casting better on your own.
Your Next Casting Challenge?
Considering the multitude of fly rod weights, lengths, line configurations and fly reels to test, we want travel partners: check into a RIGS exclusive hosted destination fly fishing trips to experience saltwater fly fishing and exotic freshwater locations – the next level in your fly cast progression.
In order to legally fish in the State of Colorado, anyone 16 years or older must possess a valid Colorado State Fishing License. The cost of the fishing license is not included in trip prices. Licenses can be purchased for periods of one day or more. We encourage you to purchase Fishing & Hunting Licenses Online prior to your trip.