Our next Troutspey Clinics will be held Jan. 28th and 29th. You can expect the emphasis to be on trout and Skagit techniques with lightweight rods. Over the years our clinics have slowly morphed from a Scandi influenced general casting clinic, to an ultra-light trout rod, Skagit style of casting. I think we’ve finally arrived at gear specific to trout, and a focus on that as the intended target for most of our attendees.
Of course we will still have heavier rods present as well as all of the lines to go with them. Especially important to those who want to try a variety of lines and maybe get a few pointers on Skagit vs Scandi technique. Or even try a mid-belly line if you want that challenge.
There will be one class each day, and as usual they will fill up fast. Again, we are limiting our classes to 12 students this season. You’ll get excellent instruction and a great student to teacher ratio, but you can’t wait until the last minute. Call the shop to sign up.
I need to try and get one of these last sessions scheduled. It appears that I am self-teaching myself some really bad habits.
I don’t think a person should end the cast with one hand gripping the butt section only?
Usually considered a bad habit, but I can’t say I’ve never done it!