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There are so many pieces that make up the fly fishing experience, it's easy to see why it takes people a while to grasp this challenging sport. Aside from mastering the artistry of the cast, there is the equipment, the conditions of the water, a knowledge of the hatching season of the various flies you are trying to emulate and a number of other factors that must be right to make a "good presentation" for the fish. Host Marianne Eaton joins instructor Truel Myers at the Orvis Fly Fishing School in Manchester for a fly fishing primer.
- The Fly Rod Shop
- Orvis Fly Fishing Schools
- Trout Streams of Vermont
- Trout Unlimited Vermont State Council
- VOGA Fishing and Hunting
Guides and Information
- The Classic Outfitters
861 Williston Rd.
S. Burlington, VT 05403
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