Combo Dry Land + On-Water Class

Nothing like a day on the water!

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.


Combo Instruction initially focuses on the basics which are taught on dry land. Either on the same day, or a follow-up day, the focus shifts to on-water instruction at one of the state's most beautiful trout streams -- the Soque River.  Scheduling is always a factor with this option so communicate clearly if you would like to pursue this option.


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On-Water Class

The Combo dry land/on-water class has been a favorite of many past students.  The likelihood of landing your first trout in this beautiful setting is very high -- and can be a very rewarding experience!


Combo classes can also be held on some of the state's finest public trout water. This is a discussion item that really boils down to whether to fish public access water vs. private access water.  The fish size and catch rate are not usually as high on public access trout waters. However, the REAL focus is learning HOW to fly fish rather than the catch rate.

Additional opportunities exist to further hone your on-stream skills at a later date on some of North Georgia's most prolific Trophy Trout waters.  These days are usually epic but do come at a higher daily rate as these are all private waters -- with big fish!  Not to be missed, especially if you live in Georgia.


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