Trout Lab 2012

| April 3, 2012

NOTEHey fellow fly fishers! I am finally back from the patch, and checking e mails, pasting new stories into posts, sizing and putting images into the posts to com out in the next week and more …

Here’s an informational e mail from Rob Woodruff that just came in:

Cimarron River, New Mexico
June 2 & 3, 2012

This unique class examines trout physiology, meteorology, fluviology, entomology and other natural sciences from a fly fishing point of view.

The objective of the class is to teach fly fishers to analyze the natural variables presented in the course of a typical day on the water and to adjust fly selection, presentation and tactics in order to maximize success.

The course consists of a Saturday classroom session and a Sunday on-the-water session.

The Cimarron River and the towering Sangre de Christo Mountains provide the perfect venue for this class.
Early June is a great time to fish the Cimarron and the lower section of the Rio Costilla.

Eagle Nest, NM
Tuition- $225.00
Registration deadline May 23. Class size is limited and previous classes have sold out.

Contact me for questions or registration information,

Rob Woodruff & Doc Thompson
Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Guides

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