We are trying a new fly tying series for 2017. This series of classes will focus on flies for the Bow River. Participants can sign up for one night only OR any combination of the sessions. Classes are $25 each or opt in on all 5 for $100. Each week we’ll be focusing on a [...]
This session will be full of good information for the stillwater angler. Wayne is a passionate stillwater angler with years of experience. This is part of our free Sunday seminar series that runs most Sundays from late October through December and mid-January through April. Seminars are open to anyone who wants to attend. Start time [...]
2017 course dates now on-line. Our introductory courses provide great value for your money: small class sizes, lunch provided, and no need to invest in the gear before the course.
Join Michael Venhuis for this one-night tying course. Mike will take you through the steps for tying two of his go-to patterns for fishing for GT’s and bonefish. Materials included. Course fee is $25.00. Pre-registration required. Minimum 4 students – maximum six. Please bring your own tools and vise.
Learn techniques for dubbing, ribbing, hackling dry flies, and more… By the end of this session you will have the skills you need to tie many patterns for the Bow and beyond.
Build your own fly rod during this course taught by Wayne Posyluzny. Spring 2017 course offerings now available.
Learn the skills necessary for parachute posts, spinning deer hair, hair wings, dubbing ropes, dealing with peacock, and using CDC…
Learn nymph fishing techniques including single and double fly rigs, as well as some basic streamer and – weather (hatch) permitting – dry fly techniques…
This semi-annual on-river session will be the same format as previous Fish Tales Spey-O-Ramas. A Fish Tales staffer will give a brief spey-casting demonstration which will be followed up with the opportunity for attendees to try out a two-hand setup. Fish Tales demo rods and line setups will be available to attendees. We encourage folks who [...]
Join us for this on-river session when we’ll explore what’s below the surface of the Bow. Come prepared with waders to help take a seine sample and to turnover rocks to see what’s living underneath. Then spend some time learning which flies to use to imitate what you’ve uncovered. This is a great way to [...]