Fly Fishing Clinics Overview
Upcoming 2021 AFFC On-Water Clinic
We hope that this coming year, there will be a series of on-water clinics conducted for the benefit of all of our members. Knowledgeable AFFC members have volunteered to be clinic leaders for each clinic.
Starting off in January, JD Forrester will lead a clinic called “Midge Fishing for Trout”. The following month, Terry Shikano (Dr. DH) will conduct a clinic entitled “Fishing the ‘Hooch DH”. The dates for all clinics will be set by each clinic leader throughout the year dependent upon member interest, the weather outlook, and collision avoidance with other events or club sponsored trips. Additional topic knowledgeable “assistant clinic leaders” may assist them while conducting each clinic.
Additionally, two (2) AFFC sponsored special on-water clinics will be conducted for both “Beginner/Relatively New” fly anglers and “Intermediates” who have fly fished for a while. Currently, we are looking for clinic leaders and individual mentors for each of those two sessions in order to provide maximum “one-on-one” time for each participant. Please contact me if you are willing to help out as a clinic leader or interested in being a “mentor for the day” at these very special AFFC clinics to be held in March and May.
Clinic dates will be announced via email and on our Groups.io service as each clinic leader zeros in on the best dates to hold the clinic. Also, clinic leaders may elect to use an alternate site location from the ones currently listed below. Again, pay attention to update announcements via email and on our Groups.io service.
— Ken Louko AFFC Education Director Ken@SpringCreekAnglers.com
Notice: Notices about fly fishing clinics are sent out ONLY to existing club members using Yahoo!Groups. If you know someone in the club that is NOT receiving Yahoo!Groups email, this is the most common reason leaving a large portion of our membership in the dark on many club communications. Have them contact Membership Directors, Terry and Holly Shikano, to correct the issue.