A One Day Fly-Fishing Seminar – 3 Speakers!
9 AM to 4 PM Saturday, January 19th, 2019
MacEwan University Edmonton
City Centre Campus –10700 – 104 Avenue – Room 6-212
Barry is a “Bow River Legend” having guided it for close to 45 years, but he is also a master fly casting instructor, a professional fly tyer, a professionally trained photographer and author. Barry’s, “MY” Bow River, is an excellent book about his guiding adventures on the Bow. At this seminar Barry will be sharing how to find fish in flowing waters as well as casting tips that we all can appreciate.
Fred has been an avid outdoorsman for over 30 yrs., he camps, hikes, fishes, climbs, and hunts throughout all seasons. Now, as a fisheries biologist, Fred finds that, “The outdoors is my classroom and experience is my teacher”.
Fred will demonstrate techniques for catching trout in all seasons, how to catch the elusive grayling and he will share the secrets of his favorite flies.
Nick Sliwkanich is a teacher by profession, an avid fly angler, and writer. He enjoys all aspects of the sport, from small trout creeks and lakes to larger waters with pike, walleye, and bass.
Nick will be sharing his knowledge about catching pike on a fly and how to tie effective pike fly patterns.