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AT: Angler Education Workshop
March 27 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pmFREE
What We Provide
A curriculum that is hands-on and fun for participants
FREE educational materials, including certificates and fish pins
Loaner equipment where available
For more information about our angler education instructor certification program, please see our brochure (PDF).
Who Uses This
Teachers (State Board for Educator Certification credit available)
Youth group leaders, including Scout groups
City and county parks and recreation staff
Local community groups
What We Teach
Basic Fishing classes introduce participants to: equipment, knot tying and tackle assembly; casting and fishing skills; fish ID and habitats; regulations and ethics; and safety and stewardship.
Advanced Fishing classes provide more advanced experiences in both fresh and saltwater fishing, as well as information about both fresh and saltwater aquatic environments.
Basic Fly Fishing is an introduction for children (ages 10 and older) and adults to become familiar with: fly rods and reels; tackle assembly; flies and fly tying; proper casting techniques; aquatic habitats; regulations and ethics; safety and stewardship.
Intermediate Fly Fishing provides additional knowledge and skills. Children (ages 10 and older) and adults learn to: identify fish and fish habitats, tie fly fishing knots and flies, understand fishing regulations, properly handle fish and cast safely.
Please see the calendar to find upcoming fishing classes and events in your area.
Report Your Classes
Documentation of your fishing classes and events are vital to the success of our program. View the Reporting Guidelines to ensure your reports meet all policies.
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