Spend a day or more at your pace on Hat Creek or any of the waters Art guides. Art Teter assists anglers in getting the most out of their angling experience. You can review his portfolio of waters, each offering an experience requiring a selection of fly fishing skills -> Here.
What You’ll Learn
Students can learn how to cast a fly rod or improve upon existing fly fishing experience. From Hat Creek to any of the waters Art guides, varying trout fishing conditions are found. Art is very good at helping his guests learn from the difficulties each fishing destination delivers. From wading to casting and insect hatches, Art Teter offers valuable, earned knowledge that will improve your fly fishing game.
Hat Creek is an ideal river to learn the basics of wading and casting. With diverse insect hatches occurring on Hat Creek through mid July, it’s hard to find a better stream where an introduction to insect hatches can be experienced not just taught in a classroom. Literally experience the process of adapting fishing technique to the prevailing conditions. The knowledge you gain is applicable to just about every fly fishing venue on the planet.
Sometimes, Hat Creek isn’t the best venue based on your past experience or what Hat Creek is offering as a tool in educating anglers. Fortunately Art has access to the fabled waters of Fall River where casting, insect selection and very productive fly fishing can be experienced.
What Anglers, Students, Guests take away
Art can elevate your knowledge of fly fishing whether you are brand new or looking to elevate your existing game.
Don’t be shy if you are just starting out. Casting a fly rod isn’t easy and it takes time to perfect the craft. A day or two with Art will allow you the room to grow and build skills that allow you to enjoy fly fishing on an elevated level.
Art is providing a leanring experience where students, guests are being guided in the pursuit of catch/release fly fishing. Anglers learn how to properly manage fish, releasing them back into the river unharmed.
Limited to three anglers per day. The emphasis is helping you go away at the end of the day equipped with knowledge. New understanding that allows for a more productive fly fishing experience.