Time: Thursday April 11th 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Instructor: Skip Morris
Limited to 10 participants
Description: For a couple of centuries at least, fly fishers failed to understand the importance of emergers, insects in a partially hatched stage. But to trout, emerging insects are a prime target–these struggling, helpless creatures are easy pickings. An insect wrestling from its shuck can neither swim off nor fly off just as the trout comes to it.
Spend a day on the reservoir in East Canyon with Skip learning not only what Softhackles & Emergers to use in certain situations but how to effectively cast, drift and present these flies. This can lead to more effective time on the water, a higher yield of fish and long lasting bragging rights to your buddies.