WSU Fly Fishing Classes

Updated: 7/19/2018

The Art Of Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing 101

Fly Fishing 101 is a course for the beginner, as well as the intermediate, interested in learning more about the art of fly fishing. This course will cover all aspects of the sport, from the history of fly fishing to the equipment needed to get started in the sport. Topics covered during this course will include: fish, entomology, water, conservation and etiquette. Participants have the opportunity to learn about both wet and dry flies. Students will receive information about how to buy their first fly rod and reel and how to maintain fly fishing equipment that they already own. Participants will also get hands on training on how to tie fly fishing knots used while on the water as well as how to rig a fly rod for fishing different types of flies. All equipment will be provided.

  • Instructor: Rick Brown, Education Chairman, Flatland Fly Fishers Club
  • This course will be held at the Wichita State Hughes Metropolitan Complex Campus on Monday nights from 7 to 9 PM starting 9/24/2018
  • The class is 6 weeks long
  • The fee for the course will be $74
  • The class will be limited to 25 students
  • The Metropolitan Complex address is 5015 E. 29th St. N.
  • For registration for this class call Linda Ambler at (316) 978-3731 or visit the WSU website

 

The Art Of Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing 102: Fly Casting

Learn more about the art of casting a fly rod. This course will cover the basic casts needed to get started in the sport. Topics covered during this course will include becoming proficient with the overhead and roll casts. Students will receive hands on instruction on these casts. The course will provide the equipment you will need.

  • Instructor: Rick Brown, Education Chairman, Flatland Fly Fishers Club
  • This course will be held at the Wichita State Hughes Metropolitan Complex Campus on Tuesday nights from 7 to 9 PM starting 9/25/2018
  • The class is 6 weeks long
  • The fee for the course will be $74
  • The class will be limited to 12 students
  • The Metropolitan Complex address is 5015 E. 29th St. N.
  • For registration for this class call Linda Ambler at (316) 978-3731 or visit the WSU website
  • Here is a video of what you will learn to do in this class

 

The Art Of Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing 103: Fly Casting

Fly Fishing 103 is a six week course for the beginner interested in learning more about the art of tying flies. This course will cover the basic tying technique needed to get started and become more proficient in tying your own flies. Topics covered during this course will include both wet and dry flies and how to fish the flies that they have tied. Students will receive instruction on flies for both warm and cold water fish. The course will provide all the fly tying vices and tools as well as the materials you will need.

  • Instructor: Rick Brown, Education Chairman, Flatland Fly Fishers Club
  • This course will be held at the Wichita State Hughes Metropolitan Complex Campus on Wednesday nights from 7 to 9 PM starting 9/26/2018
  • The class is 6 weeks long
  • The fee for the course will be $94
  • The class will be limited to 20 students
  • The Metropolitan Complex address is 5015 E. 29th St. N.
  • For registration for this class call Linda Ambler at (316) 978-3731 or visit the WSU website

 

The Art Of Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing 202: Fly Casting

This course is designed for the intermediate caster interested in learning more about the art of casting a fly rod. This course will cover more advanced casting technique. Students for this class must have taken Fly Casting 102.

  • Instructor: Rick Brown, Education Chairman, Flatland Fly Fishers Club
  • This course will be held at the Wichita State Hughes Metropolitan Complex Campus on Monday nights from 7 to 9 PM starting 11/5/2018
  • The class is 6 weeks long
  • The fee for the course will be $74
  • The class will be limited to 12 students
  • The Metropolitan Complex address is 5015 E. 29th St. N.
  • For registration for this class call Linda Ambler at (316) 978-3731 or visit the WSU website

 

The Art Of Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing 203: Fly Tying

This course is designed for the intermediate tyer interested in learning more about the art of tying flies.  This course will cover more advanced tying techniques needed to become more proficient in tying flies. Topics covered during this course will include both wet and dry flies for both warm and cold water fish and how to fish the flies that they have tied. The course will provide all of the fly tying materials needed. Students may bring their own tying vices.

  • Instructor: Rick Brown, Education Chairman, Flatland Fly Fishers Club
  • This course will be held at the Wichita State Hughes Metropolitan Complex Campus on Tuesday nights from 7 to 9 PM starting 11/6/2018
  • The class is 6 weeks long
  • The fee for the course will be $94
  • The class will be limited to 20 students
  • The Metropolitan Complex address is 5015 E. 29th St. N.
  • For registration for this class call Linda Ambler at (316) 978-3731 or visit the WSU website