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Clark-Skamania Club Teaches Fly Casting

Posted on 11/9/2017 by Fly Fishers International

The Clark-Skamania Flyfishers hosted a casting clinic October 28th in Lewisville Park. Three different styles of casting were taught.

A group of 30 novice and expert fly casters attended the event.  Three different styles of fly-casting were taught including one-handed, two-handed spey, and tenkara, taught by club director Kuni Masuda.

The event was highlighted in The Columbian.  You can read the full article by clicking here


Kuni Masuda, FFI Board Member and Clark-Skamania Club Director is pictured below with his tenkara rod. Kuni Masuda, a director with the Clark-Skamania Flyfishers, displays a tenkara fly rod. The ancient Japanese technique uses no reel and is designed for fishing small streams. the rod collapses into a very small package, making it a great choice for backpacking or traveling. Terry Otto/The Columbian .