Rob Woodruff Classes and Programs

| June 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

Upcoming Fly Fishing Programs:

fly fishing austin texasThursday, June 20, Austin Fly Fishers, Austin, TX: “Tenkara”. The meeting will be held at The Northwest Recreation Center, 2913 Northland Dr. (aka FM 2222). I will be tying traditional Sakasa Kebari flies at 6:00pm; meeting begins at 7:00pm. http://austinflyfishers.com/index.html
Tuesday, July 2, Red River Fly Fishers, Sherman, TX: “The Mountain Fork River”. The meeting will be held in the Lodge Room at Gander Mountain, 2725 N US Highway 75. Meet and greet at 6:30, meeting starts at 7:00. www.rrff.org
Monday, July 8, Dallas Fly Fishers, Dallas, TX; “Short cuts, Secrets & Dirty Tricks” The meeting will be held at the Wyndham Suites Hotel, 7800 Alpha Road. Meeting begins at 7:00. www.dffclub.shutterfly.com

Rob Woodruff Entomology Class on the Guadalupe River Fall 2008
Classes:
ENTOMOLOGY for FLY FISHERS, October 26 & 27, 2013, Broken Bow, OK.
A course designed for all fly fishermen, gives an overview of the invertebrates, both aquatic and terrestrial, that are of importance to the fly angler. Warm-water and cold-water environments are included. Topics covered include sampling techniques, identification of both larval and adult stages and simple biology of the species. The ultimate goal of the class is for the angler to develop the ability to equate in-the-field observation to fly selection and construction in order to achieve success.
Beavers Bend State Resort Park, Broken Bow, OK
October 26; Noon to 5pm, Three Rivers Fly Shop
October 27; 8am-11:30am, Mountain Fork River
Tuition- $75.00, Registration Deadline- Monday, October 21.
TROUT LAB OKLAHOMA, November 16 & 17, 2013, Broken Bow, OK
This year, Doc Thompson and I will be offering our popular Trout Lab class on the Lower Mountain Fork River. This class takes an in-depth look at trout physiology, meteorology, fluviology, entomology and other natural aspects and combines them with the practical aspect of fly fishing. The class is designed to identify and analyze conditions we encounter on any given day on the water and how to make adjustments for those conditions. Saturday’s portion takes place in a classroom with a combination of power point presentations and open discussions. Sunday’s session is spent on the Mountain Fork River. Tuition is $250.00 per person and Saturday lunch is included. For additional information or to make reservations please contact either DocThompson or me.
Beavers Bend State Resort Park, Broken Bow, OK
November 16; 9am to 5pm, Forest Heritage Center
November 17; 8am-11:30am, Mountain Fork River
Tuition- $250.00, Registration Deadline- Monday, November 11.
FLY FISHING:
Lake Fork- After a slow start due to cooler than normal temperatures, the fishing got going in May and June . We had a good topwater bite most days and the recent evening trips have produced some explosive strikes and solid Bass on poppers. The returning Hydrilla and rising lake level should make for a great autumn.
Lower Mountain Fork River- Trout fishing has been good and we are getting into the fun summer time pattern of big dry flies producing well. The lake is over full and it has rained hard in the last 24 hours, so there will be plenty of cold water to carry us through the summer and fall. My weekly report, top flies, etc. is always available at www.orvis.com/fishing_report.aspx?locationid=7378

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