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Instruction Locations

(Local Park, River, Stream, or Lake)
Fly Casting Instruction is conducted on dry land in a park setting and is a true outdoor
experience. Fly casting is a foundation building block that gets you 1/3 of the way along to becoming a successful fly angler whether in rivers, streams, ponds, lakes (like Lake Sidney Lanier), or even saltwater if you want to fly fish for species such as Redfish, Bonefish, Sea Trout, and Permit.
Fly Fishing Instruction begins on dry land and can extend to the real world on local
or private North Georgia trout waters including Fern Valley on the Soque. The location for Metro Atlanta clients is along the Chattahoochee River north of I-285. There's plenty of casting room and the river is a stroll away from the parking area.

An on-the-water fly fishing option takes you on either a half day (or full day) trip of great fly fishing at one of North Georgia's most productive trout streams; or, Lake Sidney Lanier to practice your new casting skills from a boat with an opportunity to catch a Striper (Striped Bass) or Kentucky Spotted Bass.

PRIVATE WATER near Clarkesville, GA.

The most recent instruction location is in the beautiful mountains of North
at Fern Valley on the Soque (
website). Be sure to click on the web site link
for a complete description and feel for what this outstanding fly fishing venue offers.

Lake Sidney Lanier is also an instruction location.  Beautiful scenery either overlooking the lake from one of the many park locations; or,

On the lake
from a bay/flats boat while chasing Stripers and Spotted Bass near Cumming, GA (Cumming is located on the west side of the lake about 35 minutes due north of Atlanta).
Sixteen Ft.- 7 inch (16'-7") Center Console Bay/Flats Boat with
Lowrance Touch Screen Electronics and Minn Kota wireless trolling motor.
For saltwater anglers, becoming familiar with a flats boat before you go on a saltwater trip (especially if you have never been on one) can be done right here in North Georgia.
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