FFI Virtual Expo - November 5, 2021
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Join Us for Day 1 of the FFI Virtual Expo 2021

Join Us for Day 1 of the FFI Virtual Expo 2021

November 5

Join us on November 5 for all things fly fishing! It's Day 1 of the FFI Virtual Expo. Social Time 7:00 p.m. EDT, Opening Ceremony 7:30 p.m. EDT.

CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING

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9:00 AM CAST01 A Review of North American Casting Styles
9:00 AM FFS02 Beginning Fly Fishing
9:00 AM FT06 Managing Quill Wings
10:00 AM FFS03 Stream Anatomy, Fish Habitat, and Fish Behavior
10:00 AM FT08 Tying the Life Cycle of the Callibaetis
11:00 AM CAST02 Understanding and Preparing for the new THCI Exam
11:00 AM FFS05 How to Select and Purchase Your First Fly Rod
11:00 AM FTD02 Johnson's Creek Leach
11:00 AM FTD04 Sherry's "Hackle Handle" Technique
11:00 AM WC03 Preventing Injuries on the Water
12:00 PM FFS04 Entomology 101 - On the Water & In Your Fly Box
12:00 PM FFS06 Knot Tying for Beginners
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2:00 PM FT10 Royal Coachman Hairwing
12:00 PM FTD01 Bream Reaper
12:00 PM FTD05 Johnson's Mimic Hopper12:00 PM FTD06 Chocolate Thunder
12:00 PM FTD07 Adams Dry Fly
1:00 PM CAST03 The Novice Caster's Guide to Loop Formation and Line Control
1:00 PM D05 Owens Valley Warmwater
1:00 PM FT24 Kids and Family Fly Tying
1:00 PM FTD08 Casual Dress
1:00 PM FTD09 Ewan-E-Dunn
1:00 PM FTD10 Orange Partridge Soft Hackle
1:00 PM WC02 What is in Your Lunch Box? Healthy Ways to Fuel Your Fishing.
2:00 PM FFS07 Fly Fishers Roundtable
2:00 PM FT09 Working with Deer Hair:  Hair Selection
2:00 PM FT11 Designing Your Own Flies
2:00 PM FTD03 Dave's Hopper
2:00 PM FTD11 Simple Foam Beetle
2:00 PM FTD13 Skittering Caddis
3:00 PM C01 The Angling Commitment to Bristol Bay, Alaska
3:00 PM CAST04 Virtual Video Casting Analysis Using OnForm
3:00 PM FTD12 Rusty Rat
3:00 PM FTD15 Tan North Fork Special
3:00 PM FTD16 Mohawk Minnow
3:00 PM WC04 Classic Maine Streamers, Carrie Stevens Creator for the Ladies
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:00 PM C02 Sometimes to Save a River You Have to Buy It
4:00 PM FFS08 Where Are They and What Are They Doing? Understanding Freshwater Fish Behavior to Become a Better Fly Angler
4:00 PM FT07 Taming Elk Hair  A Stimulating Experience
4:00 PM FT12 Flies to Catch New Tiers
4:00 PM FTD18 TLF BWO Soft-Hackle Dry Fly
4:00 PM FTD19 Adams Special
5:00 PM CAST09 Master the Wind - Casting into a Headwind
5:00 PM FTD20 BWO Special
6:00 PM D01 Fly Fishing in Taiwan
6:00 PM FFS10 Fly Fishing with Kids; Balancing the fishing/motherhood role on the river & getting kids involved
6:00 PM FT14 Wonder Wing Parachute Dry Fly Demo
6:00 PM FTD21 Sparkle Dun
6:00 PM L01 Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc.
7:00 PM Social Time Join Us for a Social Gathering
7:00 PM FTD22 Balanced Leech
7:30 PM  Opening Ceremony, Pre-Expo Workshop Graduation, and auction preview
8:00 PM L02 Local Activities in Japan to Share Fly Fishing Enjoyment with Younger Generations

DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS

11/5/2021
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

CAST01 A Review of North American Casting Styles
Workshop

Presenter(s): Keith Richard and Todd Heggestad

Description: The pros and cons of four of the most applicable casting styles utilized by the majority of fly casters (tournament casting will be excluded) will be covered along with potential injuries casters should be mindful of avoiding.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

FFS02 Beginning Fly Fishing
Workshop

Presenter(s): Dutch Baughman

Description: This workshop is designed for anglers who are beginning their fly fishing journey or for anglers who have some fly fishing experience, but need a refresher. This workshop will present a comprehensive curriculum to include Equipment, Casting, Knots, Fish Habitat, Fish Behavior, Selecting a Fly Rod, and much more.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

FT06 Managing Quill Wings
Workshop

Presenter(s): Jerry Coviello

Description: Tying in Quill Wings for dry flies and wet flies can sometimes frustrate you. Workshop will use three different flies to help you with learning how to secure quills to your dry fly and wet fly. Flies used in this workshop are: Blue Dun Dry Fly, Leadwing Coachman Wet Fly, and the Henryville Special Caddis Dry Fly.

Class Fee: $40
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11/5/2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

FFS03 Stream Anatomy, Fish Habitat, and Fish Behavior
Seminar

Presenter(s): Barry Webster

Description: Barry will discuss various aspects of stream anatomy (pools, runs, riffles, etc) and how that stream structure affects fish habitat and behavior.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

FT08 Tying the Life Cycle of the Callibaetis
Workshop

Presenter(s): Richard Rohrbaugh

Description: This includes three patterns: nymph, dun, and spinner. Materials list will be provided ahead of time to all registrants.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

CAST02 Understanding and Preparing for the new THCI Exam
Workshop

Presenter(s): Todd Somsel and Rick Williams

Description: During this 3-hour class, Todd Somsel and Rick Williams will introduce the new THCI exam that focuses on short-head line systems, such as Scandi and Skagit. We will discuss equipment, exam objectives and tasks, line and rod choice, and how to best prepare for the THCI Exam. The session will finish with an extended Question and Answer period.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

FFS05 How to Select and Purchase Your First Fly Rod
Workshop

Presenter(s): David Hooper

Description: This program is designed to introduce the beginning fly angler to fly rod basics including lengths, weights, grips, backing, lines, leaders, and tippets. Program will cover purchasing and vendor selection.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

FTD02 Johnson's Creek Leach
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Chris Johnson

Description: This is a key warmwater pattern from Chris Johnson's guide box. It is also effective for coldwater fish. The Creek Leech is a leech/creature imitation and an Umpqua signature pattern for 2022.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

FTD04 Sherry's "Hackle Handle" Technique
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Sherry Steele

Description: Sherry has developed a new technique for handling hackle that makes it easier, simpler and more efficient to control hackle fibers as you tie flies.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

WC03 Preventing Injuries on the Water
Seminar

Presenter(s): Tracy Stroup

Description:

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

FFS04 Entomology 101 - On the Water & In Your Fly Box
Seminar

Presenter(s): Peter Stitcher

Description: Join Aquatic Biologist Peter Stitcher for a journey through the life cycles of aquatic trout foods on the water and in your fly box. In this talk, the participant will learn the defining characteristics of Midges, Mayflies, Caddis Flies, and Stoneflies on the water and the different types of fly patterns that we tie to match each as they progress through their lives. We will also discuss how to identify each of the major trout foods as they fly over the water just by observing their distinctive flight patterns.  After this talk, the participant will be able to quickly and easily identify the naturals on the water and match the hatch!

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

FFS06 Knot Tying for Beginners
Workshop

Presenter(s): Todd Heggestad and Lyth Hartz

Description: In this knot tying course, the participant will learn to tie knots that are useful and practical for getting out on the water and catching fish. We will learn knots from the fly line to leader, the leader to tippet, and tippet to fly. This is a hands-on course, and the participant is encouraged to have a hook, small diameter cord, and monofilament line for tying the knots that will be presented.

Class Fee: $40
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11/5/2021
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

FT10 Royal Coachman Hairwing
Workshop

Presenter(s): Gretchen and Al Beatty

Description: This is a workshop to learn about mixing hair with hackle dry flies.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

FTD01 Bream Reaper
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Dutch Baughman

Description: This pattern is designed for a jig hook. It has proven effective for many species.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

FTD05 Johnson's Mimic Hopper
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Chris Johnson

Description: This is Chris Johnson's newest hopper pattern, and it is currently available to the public through Umpqua. This fly utilizes natural materials for maximum realism and superior floatation.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

FTD06 Chocolate Thunder
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Greg Frick

Description: Greg Frick will demonstrate tying this small mayfly emerger pattern.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

FTD07 Adams Dry Fly
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Mike Swederska

Description: Mike Swederska will demonstrate how to tie the Catskill Adams Dry Fly.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

CAST03 The Novice Caster's Guide to Loop Formation and Line Control
Workshop

Presenter(s): Tim Lawson

Description: Stop hoping for the next good cast and learn the casting mechanics that will ensure the formation of a loop that produces maximum distance and accuracy with the minimum of effort. Learn how to make the line go where you want it to go.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

D05 Owens Valley Warmwater
Destination

Presenter(s): Jarrett Coons

Description: This program will introduce fly anglers to the variety of warmwater fishing and the tactics and gear for success in the Owens Valley. It will shed light on the overlooked bass, carp, and sunfish fisheries of the Southeastern Sierra.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

FT24 Kids and Family Fly Tying
Workshop

Presenter(s): Scott Sanchez

Description: Fly tying is a great activity for kids. For parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, shops, clubs, and mentors, this is a great way to introduce children to fly fishing through fly tying and spend time with them doing something you both enjoy.  The nice thing about fly tying is that it can be a stand-alone activity or an augmentation to fly fishing.  Also, it is something they can do on their own anywhere.  Most of all, it is fun.

Class Fee: $40
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11/5/2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

FTD08 Casual Dress
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Barry Webster

Description:

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

FTD09 Ewan-E-Dunn
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Greg Frick

Description: Greg Frick will demonstrate this size 18 to 22 Mayfly Adult pattern.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

FTD10 Orange Partridge Soft Hackle
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Jack R Gillis

Description: Jack Gillis will demonstrate tying this simple soft hackle wet fly pattern.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

WC02 What is in Your Lunch Box? Healthy Ways to Fuel Your Fishing.
Seminar

Presenter(s): Rachel Andras

Description: Just like packing your chest pack for a day of fishing, you will need to pack FUEL and WATER to help you have the energy and stamina to hike into your favorite creek and fish all day. We will discuss handy healthy foods, proper hydration, and tips to keep us on our A-game of fishing. Imagine having your healthiest self enjoying the thing that brings you amazing JOY. How good would that feel? You are all invited!

Class Fee: Free with Registration

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11/5/2021
2:00 PM - 3:30:00 PM

FFS07 Fly Fishers Roundtable
Workshop

Presenter(s): Dutch Baughman

Description: This workshop is designed for experienced fly fishers and will feature discussion on specific topics and questions pertaining to the participants' experiences.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

FT09 Working with Deer Hair: Hair Selection
Seminar

Presenter(s): Michael George

Description: You will learn to choose hair for fly tying and learn where the specific hair is located on the animal.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

FT11 Designing Your Own Flies
Workshop

Presenter(s): Sherry Steele

Description: Sherry Steele takes you through the creative side of fly tying. Students will benefit from Sherry’s experience over the last 15 years of tying, teaching and creating new fly pattern designs. This will open doors in a casual step-by-step “How To” fun class that will take you to a different kind of tying. Included will be why we use different materials to get the results we are looking for. All levels of tyers will benefit and learn from this class.

The class will start with ideas of the fish, the bug, size, color, how, where, when, and why to fish your fly.

Materials: Have a variety of materials around you. Stuff you like to work with or even don’t know what to do with. Figuring out what to do with all these materials will be fun too. Suggested materials include hooks, thread, dubbing, hackle, marabou, feathers, foam, chenille, and anything else you have around your tying table.

Class Fee: $40
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11/5/2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

FTD03 Dave's Hopper
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Jerry Coviello

Description: Dave's Hopper is an excellent terrestrial pattern for summertime fishing. It imitates a grasshopper and floats well because of the deer hair head. Jerry will go over how to spin deer hair and tie the pheasant tail fiber legs.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

FTD11 Simple Foam Beetle
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Bill Houk

Description: This is a great first fly for beginning fly tiers. It is a good trout pattern for late summer or panfish all summer long. Uses materials available at craft shops or left over peacock and hackle feathers.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

FTD13 Skittering Caddis
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): James H Ferguson

Description: This dry fly caddis pattern is constructed of deer hair spun on the hook and trimmed to caddis shape.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

C01 The Angling Commitment to Bristol Bay, Alaska
Conservation

Presenter(s): Megan Barker

Description: Whether you've never heard of the proposed Pebble mine or you've been part of the fight to stop it for the last 20 years, this presentation will cover what's at stake in southwest Alaska, and the latest update on the status of the mine that has threatened the most prolific sockeye salmon fishery on the planet. Attendees will leave with a clear call to action for how they can help ensure that Bristol Bay is protected for current users and future anglers.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CAST04 Virtual Video Casting Analysis Using OnForm
Workshop

Presenter(s): Willy George

Description: This is a two session workshop on 11/05/2021 (Part A) and 11/7/2021 (Part B) from 3:00 to 5:00 PM ET both days. This casting workshop is designed for all casting skill levels and casting instructors. Students are asked (expected) to attend both days to benefit from the instruction (read on). On Friday, we will cover key elements of the casting stroke and introduce a video casting analysis tool called OnForm. Volunteers who want to have their casting form analyzed will take videos of their casts on Saturday using a free version of the OnForm app that the instructor will send them. Then on Sunday, the entire student group, including the volunteers, will listen to the feedback session with the Master Casting Instructor while watching the on-screen analysis of the casting videos using the OnForm app. This workshop will teach you multiple ways to improve your casting technique through video casting analysis including self-improvement, virtual remote learning, and face-to-face casting lessons.

Class Fee: $50
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11/5/2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

FTD12 Rusty Rat
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Jack R Gillis

Description: Jack Gillis will demonstrate this hairwing Atlantic salmon fly pattern.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

FTD15 Tan North Fork Special
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Kathy Crofts

Description: Tied slightly differently than Tim Wade's North Fork Special, this fast-sinking super-buggy version is highly effective in fast water, especially for brown trout.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

FTD16 Mohawk Minnow
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Ron Mayfield

Description: This deer hair fly can mimic many types of baitfish and works very well in both warm water and saltwater. Ron will be showing a deer hair technique he calls "flaring hair", that is different than spinning.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

WC04 Classic Maine Streamers, Carrie Stevens Creator for the Ladies
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Peggy Brenner

Description: Peggy Brenner will demonstrate the Pink Lady, Carrie Stevens' last creation on record, and also the Pink Ghost. This will introduce participants to some of Carrie's most successful flies.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

C02 Sometimes to Save a River You Have to Buy It
Conservation

Presenter(s): Jim Cox

Description: Western Rivers Conservancy conserves rivers in the Western U.S. for the benefit of fish, wildlife, and people.  The program will explain how WRC purchases properties from willing sellers and will highlight recent and past projects in Oregon, California, Colorado, Idaho, and Washington State on some outstanding fly fishing streams.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

FFS08 Where Are They and What Are They Doing? Understanding Freshwater Fish Behavior to Become a Better Fly Angler
Workshop

Presenter(s): Dave Peterson

Description: This workshop focuses on understanding the behavior of freshwater fish and the practical implications of fish behavior for the fly angler. The workshop covers sensory abilities, cognitive abilities and learning, as well as time, temperature and oxygen levels, and their effect on behavior. We will also examine feeding behavior and reproductive behavior. Finally, the need for shelter, comfort, and food, and their implications for locating fish will be discussed.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

FT07 Taming Elk Hair  A Stimulating Experience
Seminar

Presenter(s): Jerry Coviello

Description:

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

FT12 Flies to Catch New Tiers
Workshop

Presenter(s): Cheryl Cline

Description: This workshop will show useful flies for instructors to use in introduce novice tiers to the art: wet mop, dry yoga mat, ostrich duster, and easy egg. See Materials List.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

FTD18 TLF BWO Soft-Hackle Dry Fly
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Jerry Criss

Description: The TLF soft-hackle style dry fly started over 11 years ago and has evolved over time into what you see here. It contains the size #18 to #22 dry fly hackle in the thorax and a light dun hen feather for hackle collar. Jerry believes that it represents the emerger or crippled mayfly. The size of the thorax hackle can vary depending on what you see on the water, so match your hatch as far as body and hackle color. Jerry has found these flies will bring fish up before a hatch really gets going and do very well after a hatch as ended. His challenge to you is take your best dry fly tail and body and then build the rest of fly like the dressing below; put in a thorax, the thorax hackle and a soft-hackle feather, and lets see what happens.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

FTD19 Adams Special
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Paul Johnson

Description:

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

CAST09 Master the Wind - Casting into a Headwind
Workshop

Presenter(s): Mike Carpenter and Mary Ann Dozer

Description: Designed for advanced beginners to intermediates. You will learn techniques for casting into a headwind, equipment modifications, and the fishing situations (freshwater and saltwater) for successfully mastering the wind.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

FTD20 BWO Special
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s):  Paul Johnson

Description:

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

D01 Fly Fishing in Taiwan
Destination

Presenter(s): Kai Hsun Chen (Cash Chen)

Description: This program will cover what fish can be caught on this charming and beatiful island, and the fly fishing opportunities Taiwan offers.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
Material Fee:  $0


11/5/2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

FFS10 Fly Fishing with Kids; Balancing the fishing/motherhood role on the river & getting kids involved.
Seminar

Presenter(s): Kastine Coleman and Mary Ann Dozer

Description: We will talk about the joys and challenges of taking your kids to the river. Tips for teaching the basic cast & modifications for younger kids. Roll casts for tight fishing conditions and as a key cast for kids to learn. Tips for making the fishing trip enjoyable and memorable. We'll learn some skills to do off river to get kids interested.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

FT14 Wonder Wing Parachute Dry Fly Demo
Workshop

Presenter(s):  Al Beatty

Description: Al will demonstrate tying this swept back hackle-wing dry fly.

Class Fee: $25
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11/5/2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

FTD21 Sparkle Dun
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s): Cheryl Cline

Description: Connect with Alaska's grayling over and over with this fly. They are not too picky but this is a sure thing to catch their eye. Picture a clear creek with flashing dorsals all around your feet.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

L01 Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc.
Seminar

Presenter(s): Todd Desgrosseilliers

Description: Learn about Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing which is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
7:00 - 8:00 PM

FTD22 Balanced Leech
Tying Demonstration

Presenter(s):  Cheryl Cline

From silver salmon to monster trout, many fish react to this scrumptious style of swimming leech.  Follow, follow, follow, lunge.

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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11/5/2021
7:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Social Hour

Description: Come join the fun with your fellow attendees.

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11/5/2021
7:30:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Opening Ceremony

Description: Come join the fun with your fellow attendees. Immediately following the opening ceremony will be an auction preview and graduation for the students that completed the workshops.

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11/5/2021
7:00 - 8:00 PM

L02 Local Activities in Japan to Share Fly Fishing Enjoyment with Younger Generations
Leadership Development

Presenter(s):  Katsutoshi Tsukimoto

Currently, our local club members and I are enjoying fly fishing activities, but we are very sorry that we have not joined FFi yet as an affiliate club.  At our local streams are usually very small/tiny although they have beautiful Japanese native trout like Yamame, Amago, and Char, so fishing is always very tough.  We sometimes take beginner fly-fishers to those streams, and enjoy fishing together with them.  Today’s my presentation will cover:  hard climbing and walking through heavy bushes to access streams, variety/diversity of Char family as target fish, fun of Bento of Japanese “mobile” outdoor lunches, and unpleasant small bugs in warm climate environment

Class Fee: Free with Registration
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