February 20st and 23rd, 2013
Instructor: Nick Teynor
December, January, and February can be lonely months on our western fisheries. Spring's warming touch is still a distant memory, people are shredding the slopes, and many a fishermen is bent over his tying vice getting ready for summer adventures. We couldn't be happier! It is this time of year that many of us at Western Rivers look forward to, because of the potential thickMidge Hatches on the Middle and Lower Provo, and Green River. When the conditions are right, you can have epic dry-fly action, and be all alone. It is this reason that motivates us to venture out into winters frigid temperatures, and why we keep doing it year after year. This class has been set up to introduce and teach you the entomology of midges, and effective ways to fish hatches of these vital insects.
Feb. 20: An Evening Session at the Shop
Class Time: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Feb. 23: A half-day on the Provo River.
Class Time: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM
This class is limited in size, so deposits are non-refundable unless we can fill your space
Gear List: If you need to purchase these items for the class, or for another fly-fishing trip, we stock everything from rods and reel to socks and beanines to keep your extremities warm.
Rentals: if you are in need of a fly rod or reel, waders or boots we have these for rent.
Equipment: Rod & Reel Waders & Wading Boots
Utah Fishing License
Flies Clothing: Fleece, Down or Insulated Jkt.
Long underwear-Top and Bottoms
Heavy Socks Hat or Ski Beanie
Gloves. *For fishing, fingerless gloves are idea. For standing around you may also want a pair of good full fingered gloves as well.*
Sun Screen Camera
Snack or Lunch-depending on how long you plan on staying
Noebook or Journal
If you have questoins regarding the class or would like to register either stop by or give us a call at (801)521-6424.