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Summer/Fall Clinics at The Angler's Edge, in Gardnerville !

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Expand Your Knowledge

From Casting to Fly Tying & on the Water Techniques

With low water flows, this time of season is an excellent opportunity for you to take advantage of clinics for the Eastern Sierra.  There are classes for ALL levels of fly fishermen, from Specialized Fly Tying for Pyramid Lake, Casting Tune-Up Clinic, and on the water clinics for Nymphing, Beginning Fly Fishing and more!  Check out the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced classes/clinics below to continue your education in Fly Fishing!
To Reserve your spot in any of these clinics, call 775-781-7112


TUNE-UP
YOUR CAST
CLINIC

 
Admit it, we do, there's always room for improvement.  Sometimes it's the slightest twist of the wrist or a drift of the rod, that you're unaware that you are doing.  Student casting evaluation and individual diagnosis of casting problems and solutions and tips will be given.  Students will then put to use what they learned with a week of practice before returning for final clinic.  Instructors will then diagnose improvements in your cast. This clinic is a 2 day course for high beginner and intermediate casters (This is NOT a beginning fly casting class. Please see Comprehensive Introduction to Fly Fishing if interested in learning Fly Fishing)
Clinic is scheduled for consecutive Saturday mornings at 8 am, August 9th & 16th.  Class size limited, deposit requiredClass cost is $110 and deposit is required. LEVEL: Intermediate to Advanced anglers. Lead Instructor Jan Nemec.

BASIC EASTERN SIERRA
ENTOMOLOGY

 A 1/2 day clinic, with Fly Fisher's Guide to Nevada, Jan Nemec, on the entomology of the Eastern Sierra.  Learn about the insects that local trout feed on and their life cycle.  This will help you in the 10/90 Rule.  10% of those that catch 90% of the fish!  All bugs behave differently in the water and during the seasons.   Life cycles of the insects and when they are active, will help the organization of your fly box.   Students will learn how to make their own riffler to sample the stream bed.  A quick identification of the hatch to match what the trout are taking will aid in more takes.   Saturday, September 6th, 12pm (noon) - 4pm LEVEL: Beginning - Advanced  $ 40

DOWN & DIRTY 4 HOUR CLINIC
~ STILLWATER ~

 
Your catch rates are sure to go up after we cover the most effective fishing methods, fly lines, and flies by the season. We'll go over the best lakes, reservoirs, and ponds to fish locally and the best access points. Two hours of the class will be dedicated to honing the newly learned skills and all without wading so we can focus on cast mechanics.  LEVEL: High beginner to Intermediate/Angler
Sunday, August 17th 7:30am-11:30am Class size limited, deposit required.  Cost: $120 
 

Fly Fishing For Women
In Conjunction with Southwest Council Federation of Fly Fishers

 
Two individual, 4 hour clinics are scheduled for women only in the Mammoth Lakes area, during the 2014 SWCFFF Faire.  Class size is limited.  Contact the SWCFFF to register for a morning or afternoon Session, Saturday, September 20th. Class size limited, Payment made to SWCFFF.   LEVEL: Beginner 

Photo Credits:
D. Zimmerman
Chris Wharton
Don & Liz Weirauch

Curtis Gowin
 

TECHNIQUES FOR FALL BROWN TROUT
 
The 'Old Man' of the river during the late Fall is an awesome fish to hunt for.  Learn specialized nymphing and streamer techniques on the Truckee River and the East Walker river for Fall brown trout.  This is a 3 day clinic, with Truckee River guide, Jan Nemec and East Walker Guide, Don Weirauch, on October 10th, 11th & 12th.  The 10th (evening) is in classroom instruction and discussion.  The 11th and 12th are on the water instruction.  Students will need a valid NV license, 5wt - 6wt rods with floating line and their own gear & flies (list will be provided to students at time of deposit). Class size is limited, non refundable* deposit required. LEVEL: Intermediate to Advanced anglers.  $295
 

INDICATOR, EURO & CZECH NYMPHING TECHNIQUES ON THE TRUCKEE
 
Join California and Nevada Truckee River Guide, Chris Wharton, on this 1/2 day clinic.  Students will be learning how to setup custom leaders for both indicator fishing & Euro/Czech nymphing, on the water presentation techniques, what flies to use under ever changing water conditions and time of year, learning to read water where fish hold which is of utmost importance so you are not fishing blindly in unproductive water & many other important items. Date is Aug. 2nd. Sat. from 7:30-11:30 a.m., clinic size is limited to 3 persons per session for personalized instruction. All levels are welcome & equipment is supplied if needed. A Calif. license will be required.
LEVEL: High Beginner to Advanced anglers.  $90.00

COMPREHENSIVE INTRODUCTION TO FLY FISHING
 
Fly Fishing is an all encompassing form of fishing.  This is a great way to have your spouse, kid or parent learn fly fishing.. let us take out the frustration of you teaching them.  While students will learn the Cast, Gear, Knots, Go-To Flies, Easy Entomology and Rigging used in fly fishing, the instructors will impart their love of the sport and the reason why it is different from conventional fishing.  Students will be encouraged to go out and give what they've learned a try after the class!!  This is a 6 hour class, choose one: 1 day on Saturday, September 27th at 9 am,  or 3 consecutive Tuesday evenings, 6pm, starting August 12th, both are In-Classroom and On-The-Water instruction.  Rods, reels & lines will be provided, if needed at no charge. NV fishing license required, not included in class cost.   Class size is limited, non refundable* deposit required. LEVEL: Beginner  Cost: $125

May God open the heavens and let His mercy rain down upon our fields, streams, lakes and mountains.  Let us especially pray for those most impacted by water shortages and for the wisdom and charity to be good stewards of this precious gift.  May our stewards of our fisheries seek the common good as we learn to care and share God's gift of fish & water for the good of all

BEGINNING FLY TYING
 
This 2 day (Saturday, morning) class, with Commercial tier and pattern developer, Liz Weirauch, will teach in a progressive manner, of tying a simple fly pattern, learning the tools used and material usage along the way.  Each following fly tied  will introduce another technique and new material(s).  By the end of the second class, students will be tying advanced hair spinning techniques.  Materials and tools are provided.  Class is $75, deposit required, class size is limited  LEVEL: Beginner. Class Sessions are August 23 & 30  or October 11th & 18th, 9am.

PRODUCTIVE PYRAMID PATTERNS AND HOW & WHEN TO FISH THEM
 
During this 1/2 day class with writer & guide, Jan Nemec, students will learn what patterns work during the different times of the year, how to fish them and how to tie them.  This is not instruction to learn fly tying (See "Beginning Fly Tying").  Students must be able to wrap, whip finish.  Materials for the patterns are provided, tools are not,  students will need to bring their own vises. threads and tools.  Class size is limited. September 13th, 11 am
LEVEL: High beginner to Intermediate Fly Tier
Class is $50, deposit required, class size is limited.


IF YOU WEREN'T AWARE
The Angler's Edge moved to a NEW location this April!!!  Come by and see the new shop!  We're happy that we've been able to service Carson Valley, Carson City and the Tahoe Region for 20 years!!!  We're located at 1489 Hwy 395 North, in Gardnerville.  Just across the street from the entrance to Woodette's Diner.  Or give us a call, we'll tell you how to get here!

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 Call The Angler's Edge to reserve your space in these clinics at
775-781-7112

Space is limited in all of the classes/clinics, a 50% non-refundable deposit is required to hold your place in any of the classes/clinics, so please be sure to check your calendar before signing up, there are No "Make-Up" classes.  Of course, if classes are cancelled due to weather at the discretion of the instructor or lack of class participants, your deposit will be returned to you in full.  Any on the water classes, students are required to have a fishing license for the state in which the class is held in.  Gear/supplies are not provided unless in description of class.

 
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