Mar 19: Rabunite 101 Beginning Fly Fishing Seminar

February 9, 2016

March 19 (Sat) Rabunite 101. Beginning fly fishing Seminar.

Ever wanted to try your hand at fly-fishing for trout but never learned the in’s and out’s of it?
Ever wonder why some people seem to get so “hooked” on it?
Now’s your chance! The Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited is planning a half-day fly-fishing seminar for adults (male and female 16 years and older).
The seminar will cover equipment, casting, knots and entomology
(the bugs we imitate for fish to eat).
Instructors include Federation of Flyfishermen Certified Instructors and other experts for a hands- on learning experience that will be helpful and fun.
WHAT: Fly-Fishing Seminar “Rabunite 101”
WHEN: Saturday March 19, 2016
8:30 am until 1:00 pm
WHERE: The Rabun County Recreation Center off Highway 441 near Rabun County Middle and High School complex.
HOW MUCH? Cost is only $25
WANT TO SIGN UP??? FIRST COME FIRST SERVED!
The session is limited to 28 participants.
Send the form below along with your check made payable to:
The Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited
Charlie Breithaupt
194 Kitchins Lane
Clayton, GA 30525 knc615@windstream.net (706)782-6954
You will receive notification when you have been registered.

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