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Jaycee Park Pavilion: Intro to Fly Fishing

12 July, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

As part of the “Ocean of Possibilities” summer theme at public libraries across the USA, you’re invited to join your local library in a variety of activities – from movies, games, music, books, or just hanging out with friends (online opportunities available as well!). Check out your local library to learn more – and here’s an event you won’t want to miss: 

Have you always been interested in learning more about fly fishing? Now you can!  The first half of the class will focus on the various equipment used, fly rods, reels, lines, leaders, waders, flies as well as an overview of the different methods of fly fishing with dry flies, nymphs, streamers, etc.  The second half of the class will be hands on fly casting instruction with club provided fly rods.  Recommended book: A River Runs Through It, by Norman Maclean– of course!

Ages 12 +. Class size limited, please register to ensure your place. Class presented courtesy of Red Cedar Fly Fishers.

Location: Jaycee Park Pavilion. Weather permitting.

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Jaycee Park Pavilion
525 E River St
Grand Ledge, MI United States
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jean fellows
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District Library Programming Coordinator
United States
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525 E River St, Grand Ledge, MI
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Jaycee Park Pavilion
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Red Cedar Fly Fishing