Upcoming classes

On-Stream fly fishing Strategies and techniques

3 September, 9:00 am

$275, space is limited, pre-registration required

The on-stream foundation for fly fishing success.

Choosing the right fly

  • Learn how to properly sample the river, 4 different ways to get 4 different results.
  • Take the guess work out of fly selection.  Determine exactly what insects are available to the fish right now, what they are likely to see, what they have been seeing and the totality of what food organisms live in the water.
  • Identifying the triggers of the food organisms and use that information to choose the correct fly every time.
  • Learn the differences between a reasonable representation of the fishes food source and matching size, shape and color.
  • Identify where fish are and why they are there.  Identify different types of fish lies and what they mean to the fly fisherman.
  • Identify the different current speeds to choose the proper casting angles.

Observation

  • Make on-stream observations that will allow you to solve the puzzle and catch the fish.
  • Determine which questions to ask in order to obtain the best, most usable information.
  • Using water clarity, and water volume to determine your approach.

Finding Fish

  • Identify where fish are and why they are there.
  • Identify different types of fish lies and what they mean.
  • Using river samples to find fish.

Mending, roll casting, drift techniques and more…

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Systematic Fly Fishing

12 Sep, 6:30 PM

$150, space is limited, pre-registration required

Fly Fishing with a plan and a proven system.  This class teaches the thought process behind every decision the fly fisherman makes on the water in order to achieve success.  Not just how to do it, but how to think through the process.

  • Understanding the goal and strategic mission needed to produce repeated success.
  • Separating myth from reality.
  • Fishing with a plan.
  • 3 questions to success.
  • The right fly vs. to the fly that will catch fish.
  • Locating the fish.
  • Determine target zones.
  • Using fish behavior and current speeds to determine your own unique ways to solve different fishing situations.
  • Strategic fly fishing approach in which a systematic process creates repeatable success.

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Leader Construction

17 Sep, 6:30 PM

$150, space is limited, pre-registration required

Understanding tapered leaders and how to make easy adjustments to solve on-stream fishing situations.

  • Understanding tapers and why we need them.
  • Adjusting the leader to solve different fishing situations including wind, weight and air resistant flies.
  • Matching the leader to the tippet.
  • Matching the tippet to the fly.
  • Determining tippet size and length.
  • Understanding how energy transfers down a line and the effects of energy dissipation.
  • How to control and adjust energy dissipation to cast in the wind.
  • Using leader construction to become more versatile in a greater range of on-stream situations.

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On-Stream Fly Fishing STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES

21 September, 9:00 am

$275, space is limited, pre-registration required

The on-stream foundation for fly fishing success.

Choosing the right fly

  • Learn how to properly sample the river, 4 different ways to get 4 different results.
  • Take the guess work out of fly selection.  Determine exactly what insects are available to the fish right now, what they are likely to see, what they have been seeing and the totality of what food organisms live in the water.
  • Identifying the triggers of the food organisms and use that information to choose the correct fly every time.
  • Learn the differences between a reasonable representation of the fishes food source and matching size, shape and color.
  • Identify where fish are and why they are there.  Identify different types of fish lies and what they mean to the fly fisherman.
  • Identify the different current speeds to choose the proper casting angles.

Observation

  • Make on-stream observations that will allow you to solve the puzzle and catch the fish.
  • Determine which questions to ask in order to obtain the best, most usable information.
  • Using water clarity, and water volume to determine your approach.

Finding Fish

  • Identify where fish are and why they are there.
  • Identify different types of fish lies and what they mean.
  • Using river samples to find fish.

Mending, roll casting, drift techniques and more…

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Streamer Fishing Techniques and Strategy

(on-stream)

5 October, 9:00 am

$150, space is limited, pre-registration required

Understanding proven streamer techniques and how to effectively fish them, enables the fly fisherman to land some of the largest fish in any river.  This on-stream class covers a variety of different techniques used to fish streamers in different types of water.  Fall, is an excellent time to take advantage of aggressive fish and the use of streamer flies is an exciting way to experience all the river has to offer.

  • Understanding the 3 principles to effective streamer fishing.
  • Using currents to your advantage.
  • Effective use of the riffle hitch.
  • Streamer casting techniques.
  • How to choose the correct streamer for the situation.
  • When to fish streamers.
  • Where to use streamers.
  • Choosing the best fly line for fishing streamers.
  • Setting the hook with streamer flies.

Classes

We offer over 30 different classes, covering Fly Fishing, Fly Tying and Fly Casting.  In addition to the classes we have listed, we also offer private sessions both on and off the water.  Each of our classes are a phone call away.

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Eddie Robinson’s Fly Fishing

594 East 800 South suite B
Orem, Utah 84097-6330
801.434.3166
info@eddierobinsons.com

Hours

Monday thru Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday closed