Quick Reports - Flys

February 19, 2011

Flys and Guides

The Fly tying meeting at Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery

Spring is in the Air… Well, almost… Start out the year with Taneycomo Trout’s on-stream fly tying workshop.

The weather in the Ozarks has been cold

Start out the year with Taneycomo Trout’s on-stream workshop in the Ozarks

The weather in the Ozarks has been frightful for the last three weeks, which has forced me inside to tie flies, but spring is definitely on its way. In facts, temperatures next week are predicted to be in the 60’s, and we usually see days warmer than that in February. To start the season off, we are going to be offering an on-stream workshop on Lake Taneycomo (click on the link for detailed information). We can accommodate up to twenty anglers, and this is a great chance to get on the water with [two] professional guides who are there to show everyone the “tricks of the trade” when it comes to catching trout on any of the Ozark tailwater trout fisheries.

This will be the only on-stream workshop in 2011, so be sure to reserve your spot early. The event will be held on March 12th, which is a Saturday. So, why not plan a perfect fly fishing weekend by applying all that you have learned on Saturday by fishing on your own on Sunday? We are expecting much lower water this year, and there is a back-up plan in place if the water is running unexpectedly on the 12th. The cost is just $60 per person, and newsletter subscribers will receive $10 off. Lunch is [not] included.

We hope to see everyone come out for this one of a kind opportunity, and please feel free to contact Jeremy Hunt for further details at (417) 294-0759. Also, look for an updated report to be posted in a few days, and a February newsletter is in the works. If you haven’t signed up for this monthly periodical, now is the perfect time; subscribers receive special offers and exclusive content.

Jeremy Hunt’s Streamer Clinic

One more thing to mention, if you are a streamer junkie, Jeremy will be holding another streamer clinic at this years Sowbug Round-up on Saturday morning starting at 9:30 am. Click here to find out the schedule and other details that will be at this years Sowbug Round-up. You don;t want to miss out on this!!

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