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FREE! Fly casting, fly tying and fishing instruction with the federation of fly fishers


Mon, Jun 18th, 2012
Posted in Preston The Great Outdoors

Join us on Saturday, June 23, 2012, at the National Trout Center in Preston, MN for a full day of free fly fishing activities. Learn from the best. The Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF) is a highly respected national organization, well known for producing talented certified fly casting instructors.

During the workshop you will learn about fly casting equipment, basic to advanced fly casting techniques, and have the opportunity to further develop your fly tying skills. Several Federation of Fly Fishers from the Twin Cities will be available for one-on-one instruction starting at 10am. Try out your new skills on the South Branch of the Root River in Preston, along Preston’s newly developed 9-Hole Fishing Course. Bring your own fly fishing equipment or use the equipment provided by FFF free of charge for the duration of the workshop.

Registration is preferred but not required to attend. You may register for the June 23rd FFF workshop by calling the National Trout Center: 507-765-4700 and leave a message. You may also register by email: info@nationaltroutcenter.org

Future National Trout Center program events include: “Spin Fishing For Trout” with Jeff Broberg, President of the MN Trout Association on Sat. June 30 and the “Laughing Trout” Fly Tying Club from the Twin Cities will host a program for the public on Sat. July 14. For a complete summer program schedule visit: www.nationaltroutcenter.org

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