NEED HELP WITH YOUR CASTING??
THE SESPE FLY FISHERS are now conducting Casting Clinics
on the First (1st) Saturday of every month.
Next Date | Saturday, September 7 | THE CLINICS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
It’s time again for our “First Saturday” outing and it’s on Saturday, July 6th. This Saturday is part of the 4th of July weekend so come on out, have some fun, and then go home and have a great BBQ with family and friends. Maybe you could just bring your family and friends to the park with you. I bet they would enjoy casting a fly rod also.
The weather is going to be great, we’ll have a good turnout, especially if you bring along some friends. Join us and enjoy practicing and honing your skills and if you have any questions about fly fishing, have a casting problem or want to learn a particular cast, we’re there to help.
As always, we will be at Chumash Park in East Ventura, Petit and Waco (off Telephone Rd.), 9:00 - 11 AM and you are welcome to bring friends, family members, or anyone else.
NOTE: If it’s raining, we will reschedule.
OUR CLINICS ARE CURRENTLY CONDUCTED AT:
Chumash Park, 750 S. Petit (at Waco) in East Ventura (off Telephone Road) from 9:00 to 11:00 AM.
Google Maps | Chumash Park
2019 CASTING DATES
Sept 7, Oct 5, Nov 2 & Dec 7
BOB SMITH is our Casting Director | FFI Certified Fly Casting Instructor.
If you have any questions contact our current Casting Director, Bob Smith at (805) 647-3522.
Bob is available to anyone who would like some help with their casting.
THANK YOUS TO BOB SMITH
The turnout from our members, and from the community, has been great. Your help in teaching those from the community is really appreciated. I’ve always felt that when you help others it helps you. The good news is since there has been such a good response we are going to continue our Saturday clinics on the first Saturday of every month until further notice.
COMMENTS FROM BOB SMITH | CASTING DIRECTOR
I would really appreciate your comments and suggestions as to how we can make our casting program better, and ways to reach those in our community who might have an interest in fly fishing (the local Star no longer has a Community Events section). Again, thank you for your support, and we’ll see you on the first Saturday of the month.
Have you ever thought about becoming an FFI Certified Casting Instructor?
If you have ever thought about becoming an FFI Certified Casting Instructor (CCI) and possibly working toward that goal, please let me know. Just working toward becoming a CCI could really improve your casting skills.
Contact: Bob Smith
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