When: Arrive at Bailey Creek Lodge on Friday, August 7th, at 3:00 p.m., class starts at 4:00 p.m. Depart on Sunday, August 9th, at 3:00 p.m., or at your convenience.
Cost: $900.00/student includes all meals from Friday’s dinner through Sunday’s lunch, lodging (2 persons/room), guide instruction/presentations, and plenty of really cool schwag!
This class is limited to 8 fly-fishers and a deposit of $600.00 will hold your spot, due by July 7th. No discounted rates for non-fly-fishers.
You can learn more about Bailey Creek Lodge by visiting their web site: Bailey Creek Lodge
This course will not only be a great time, in a fantastic setting, but will cover various stillwater tactics, subsurface and top-water, casting and casting from a floating device, fly design for lakes, entomology, understanding sinking lines and when to use each, safety, and casting. Upon receipt of your deposit, you will be given a complete gear-list and course outline. This will be deluxe!
Art Teter and Bill Lowe have been guiding Northern California waters for the past 2 decades and have conducted clinics and presentations on fresh and saltwater species. You can get a better understanding of both of these fellas, as well as contact information, by visiting their web sites: Bill Lowe and Art Teter.
Here are some things that you will need in order to take full advantage of this opportunity:
Float Tube, Pontoon Boat, or Pram
5 and/or 6-weight rod, 9 to 10-feet in length (various Sage Z-Axis, ZXL, and TCX rods will be available for you to play with)
Floating, Intermediate, and Type 3 full sinking lines (various Rio lines will be available)
9-foot 4x and 5x tapered leaders and 5x and 6x tippet
Please don’t hesitate to contact either Art or Bill if you have any questions…we are excited to make this available to you! Art Teter (530) 336-6110 or Bill Lowe (916) 966-0999.