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Spey (Two Hand) Lessons

DISCOVER the grace and ease of Spey Casting, while adding to your fishing repertoire – giving you more techniques to catch fish! Spey, or two-handed casting originated in Scotland over 150 years ago, but has the following important applications for today’s angler:
  • Easier – Requires less effort due to the ‘fulcrum’ created when you use both hands.
    Spey Casting is actually easier for women, kids & those with shoulder or arm disabilities.
    The longer rods carry longer lengths of line so less stripping is needed
  • Brush or bank behind you? No problem! Your casts ‘anchor’ in the water beside or in front of you, reducing the normal back cast space needed.
  • Change direction with ease – no false cast necessary.
  • Achieve greater distance with less effort
  • Two hand surf casting (overhead cast) to put the fly in front of Striper,
    Sea trout, Redfish or even Pike
  • Cross over applications for single hand – Spey casts can be used in single hand
    casting situations & give you more ability to present the fly in difficult situations.
  • No better way to swing a fly for steelhead and salmon.
  • Spey cast for inland trout? Bass? Carp? Oh yeah baby!
  • Really looks cool & impresses your friends.

Where: Lessons are generally held on the Clearwater River, South Fork of the Snake River and/or our private casting pond in Rigby, ID, but we can also travel to you. Cost of travel will be determined when you contact us.

What to Bring:

  • Rod, reel & line * we will be happy to provide
    equipment if you do not have it – please notify us in advance of the class.
  • Waders or wading shoes, hat
  • Polarized sunglasses
  • Sunscreen

Cost:    (Gift certificates available.)

  • Private lessons $75/hour
  • Group Lessons $100/student

Group lessons last for four (4) hours and are limited to 4 students, unless special group or club requirements have been arranged.

Beginning, Intermediate or Advanced

  • Beginning Classes – Topics include:
    • Equipment Basics
    • Matching Rods & Lines
    • Mechanics
    • Basic Principles
    • Casting Hints
    • Primary Practice Casts/Combination Drill
  • Intermediate Classes – Topics include:
    • Overview of Spey casting mechanics
    • Review & Demonstration of  Spey casts including Single Spey, Double Spey, Spiral/Snake Roll, Snap-T, Spiral Single & Reverse Casts
    • Common Faults & How To Correct Them
    • Questions & Answers
    • Individual work with the instructor
  • Advanced Classes – Topics may include:
    • Competitive Casting
    • Tailored to the individual based on assessed skill and performance
  • THCI preparation workshops Book it now button?
    • These workshops are geared to make sure the students can perform all tasks required by the Fly Fishers International Two Hand Certification (THCI) exams
    • Lee will focus specifically on each individual’s strengths and weaknesses in performing the tasks
    • Lee will emphasize the ability required of THCI instructors to identify and overcome future students casting faults

Where: Lessons are generally held on the Clearwater River, South Fork of the Snake River and/or our private casting pond in Rigby, ID, but we can also travel to you. Cost of travel will be determined when you contact us.

What to Bring:

  • Rod, reel & line * we will be happy to provide
    equipment if you do not have it – please notify us in advance of the class.
  • Waders or wading shoes, hat
  • Polarized sunglasses
  • Sunscreen

Cost:   

  • Private lessons $75/hour
  • Group Lessons $100/student

Group lessons last for four (4) hours and are limited to 4 students, unless special group or club requirements have been arranged.

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