Thursday, August 24, 2017

Fly Fishing Lessons Denver Colorado


We Moved

Goodbye New Hampshire.  Hello Colorado!

In August of 2017, we relocated to Denver, Colorado.  We now service the Denver metro area, and we can drive further distances to teach in your hometown.  








Who is First Cast Fly Fishing (FCFF)

For nearly a decade, FCFF was one of New England's premier fly casting instructional organizations.  In addition to private lessons, we created a fly-fishing program for students at Phillips Exeter Academy; and taught many classes at parks-n-recreation departments, public schools, and Trout Unlimited and Fly Fishers International gatherings.  We also served our community by donating lessons to charitable fundraisers, and we created the annual Cocheco River clean-up program.

Since day one, we believe our programs have offered the best educational experiences because:


  • We believe it is our duty to work ourselves out of a job -- we teach you skills and share knowledge so that you may continue to teaching yourself.
  • We do not follow the industry standard instructional model -- we believe it's outdated, and can be a waste of time and money.
  • Maximum four people per class -- a small class provides constant contact with the instructor and the best educational experience possible.
  • We offer step-by-step, developmental learning -- we don't believe in cramming a lifetime of knowledge into a 1-2 day program -- that's not how the human brain and body works.
  • Classes taught Monday through Sunday, at your convenience -- we don't herd clients into large, weekend only classes.

Ready for Lessons

We offer four fly casting classes, ranging from beginner to advanced.  Classes are taught in Wash-Park and surrounding communities.  Please visit: http://firstcastflyfishing.blogspot.com/p/lessons-guiding_22.html

More Information
About: http://firstcastflyfishing.blogspot.com/p/about_31.html
Contact: http://firstcastflyfishing.blogspot.com/p/fees-contact.html

Thank you and we look forward to working with you.

Mark Foley











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