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Fly Fishing School
(Since 1997)
Reduce your learning curve by 2 or 3 years...  Guaranteed!

One-on-One Anytime™ Scheduling
(No waiting for a Group Class Date)

Single Hand Rod Instruction: Geared toward Beginners with little or no experience;
  and, Intermediates.
   
Two-Hand Spey or Switch Rod Instruction: Spey casting instruction is geared toward the
  Intermediate (or Expert) -- with a Single Hand Rod;
  however, that is not to say that a total Beginner can not
  learn to cast with a two-handed fly rod.
   
On-Water Fly Fishing Instruction: Geared toward Beginners and Intermediates.
(Stream or Lake) Begin on dry land learning to cast but quickly progress
  to On-water Fly Fishing which involves much more than
  just casting.  Especially, if you intend to fly fish in streams
  or rivers for species such as trout, shoal bass, smallmouth
  bass, steelhead, and salmon.

With 30+ years of fly fishing experience, you will get hands-on lessons from someone with experience and dedication to the sport of fly fishing. Casting, knots, fly selection, stream tactics, line mending, equipment selection, leader set-up, and line management techniques are all taught by Spring Creek Anglers in either our dry land courses, or while on the water while you perfect your fly presentations.

Fly fishing is more than beautifully casting a fly line or hitting a target 80 feet away. Casting comprises
only one-third
of what it takes to become a proficient fly angler. But casting is the first step to learning how to fly fish.  Begin to experience this lifetime sport by making reservations for your personalized class TODAY!

Whether it's learning about local waters such as the Chattahoochee River, fishing trophy trout waters in North Georgia or relaying information about the many waters nationally (and even internationally) he has fished, professional instructor Ken Louko can significantly accelerate your fly fishing learning curve. Learning to cast is necessary but it takes you only one-third of the way to become a competent fly angler.

Our practical "How-To" approach based on years of experience fishing great water all across the country, and internationally, delivers the other two-thirds of what you really need to know when getting started in this great sport
as a fly angler either as a beginner, or as an improving intermediate that wants to take it to the next level. It's extremely important to "Balance your Skill Set™" in this sport.


SCA's Fly Fishing School is the one to choose in Georgia if you want to learn quickly and Balance your Skill Set™.  Spey, Switch, or Traditional Single Hand Rod Casting instruction... as well as actually learning how to
fly fish when you get out on the water.

Reduce your learning curve by 2 to 3 years - Guaranteed!
 
Whether you want to fish for trout or Steelhead in coldwater, Largemouth or Striped Bass in warmwater, or pursue saltwater species like Redfish and Bonefish, our fly fishing school provides experienced-based fly fishing instruction. Fly fishing instruction for total beginners, up through advanced casting and fly presentation to all shallow water sport fish wherever they live and swim.
Coldwater    Warmwater     Saltwater
Our Fly Fishing School provides the following instruction offerings:
   
  Dry Land Instruction - "Just the Basics" for total Beginners
   
  Dry Land progressing to On-Water  - For Beginners and Intermediates
   
  Spey and Switch Casting Instruction - Those who want to learn this up-and-coming method.
   
  Combination Dry Land and On-water Instruction/Fishing - All Levels
   
  Casting Intermediate & Sinking lines in a lake environment - Intermediate
   
  Learn to fly fish from a flats boat BEFORE you get to saltwater - Intermediate
   
  Learn to fly fish for Striped Bass with 8 & 9 weight rods on Lake Sidney Lanier. You
  must be an accomplished caster (not a Beginner) to participate - Intermediate
   

All instruction is custom scheduled and can be staged over time allowing you to develop
and master your newly learned skills on your own before advancing to the next class level.
 
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Course offerings address all skill levels at affordable rates to fit anyone's budget.  If you want "Just the Basics", we now have a 2 hour class that has an introduction to fly casting, knot tying, and leader set-up.

Our newest offering is Spey and Switch Casting Instruction. These classes are held on the water and can be combined with a trout fishing experience. Trophy trout Spey and Switch casting sessions can take place at Fern Valley on the Soque located near Clarkesville, Georgia.

In a similar fashion, our single hand (traditional) fly casting courses can combine on-land instruction with real world fly fishing on a North Georgia trout stream.
We take our fly fishing and instruction seriously but also stress having some fun (and maybe catch sone fish) while you're learning!


Class course content is not overstated to impress you with things that are either impossible to achieve initially; or, so confusing that it interferes with learning. However, our class materials are very complete and comprehensive.



                    "There's a BIG difference between fly casting and fly fishing.
                      Fly fishing begins when the fly hits the water".


                                                Jose Wejebe, Late Famous TV Fishing Host - Spanish Fly


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