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2003 Fly Fishing the Northwest Show

September 26, 27, 28, 2003 – Seaside Convention Center – Seaside, Oregon

Clinics & Workshops Pre-Registration Form

Use this form to pre-register for clinics and workshops for the FFF - Oregon Council’s Fly Fishing Show

  • All workshops and clinics are numbered; check the full workshops and clinics descriptions. Then indicate any clinicor workshop you wish to sign up for in the listings on this page.

  • Watch times and dates to avoid overlapping clinics and workshops.

  • Clinic & workshop fees are listed for: FFF Members, and non- members. Join the FFF and SAVE!

  • Enter total clinic and / or workshop fees under “Forward Clinic Total” and / or “Forward Workshop Total” on the registration page. Total all fees. Mail the registration form and this pre-registration form with total amount due to Fly Fishing the Northwest Sho , c/o Oregon Council – FF , P.O. Box 2417, Grants Pass, Oregon

97528.

CLINICS:

#1: Fly Tying Techniques using Poly Yarn with Lee Clark: Learn to tie effective trout patterns using synthetic materials and new tying techniques. FRIDA , September 26, 2003 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. SATURDA , September 27, 2003 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Level: All Levels Equipment: Standard fly tying tools and vice Class Limit: 10 for each session Materials Fee: (to be paid to instructor) $6.00 Registration Fee: $30 Members; $50 Non-members

#2: Basic Introduction to Fly Fishing with Ron Lauzon: Learn basic cast, knots, fundamental entomolog , terminolog , safet , fly types, equipment & techniques. FRIDA , September 26, 2003 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Level: Beginners Equipment: Sunglasses/glasses & hat, welcome to bring own fly Class Limit: 10 Registration Fee: $25 Members; $45 Non-members

#3: Tying Winter & Summer Steelhead Flies with Alec Jackson: Learn to tie the most effective patterns primarily used in Pacific Northwest waters containing winter and summer runs of steelhead trout. SATURDA , September 27, 2003 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a one hour lunch break Level: Intermediate Equipment: Standard fly tying tools that includes a “shepherd’s crook” type of dubbing tool, and vice Class Limit: 10 Registration Fee: $40 Members; $60 Non-members

#4: Improve Your Fly Casting through Video Analysis with Floyd

Dean: Learn to read the loop as well as you read the water. Just as it is very difficult to fly fish well if you can’t read the water, it is difficult to improve your casting if you don’t know

the

language of the loop. The loop tells all. This will be a

hands-on workshop. FRIDA , September 26, 2003 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Level: All Levels Equipment: Mid-range fly rods (5, 6, or 7 floating fly lines) Class Limit: 10 Registration Fee: $40 Members; $60 Non-members

#5: Tying Sea Run Cutthroat Flies with Chuck Cameron: Learn to tie patterns for sea-runs that thrive in the lower tributaries of the Columbia River area. A premier guide and fly tier, Chuck’s patterns for all salmonids are featured in many fly tying and fly fishing books. SUNDA , September 28, 2003 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Level: All Levels Equipment: Standard fly tying tools and vice Class Limit: 10 Materials Fee: (to be paid to instructor): $6.00 Registration Fee: $30 Members; $50 Non-members

#6: FFF Fly Casting Instructor Certification: This certification tests your ability to teach. Includes written and performance tests. SATURDA , September 27, 2003 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration Fee: $50 Members (plus $50 if you pass)

#7: Tying the “Smallmouth Spey” and other small mouth bass patterns with Charles Barton: Learn from one of the Federation of Fly Fishers best warm water exhibition fly tiers. His patterns are popular additions to the Southern FFF Council, and Southeastern Council FFFshows, and “Sowbug Roundups”. FRIDA , September 26, 2003 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Level: Intermediate Equipment: Standard fly tying tools and vice Class Limit: 15 Registration Fee: $30 Members; $50 Non-members

#8: How to be a Successful Club Program Chair with D.Y. Abing: Having a difficult time finding and securing a program chair for your fly club? Learn efficient and effective communication skills for “harvesting” a variety of programs for your fly club members. SUNDA , September 28, 2003 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Level: All Levels Class Limit: 20 Materials Fee: (to be paid to instructor) $8.00 Registration Fee: $20 Members; $60.00 Non-members

#9: Hair-Hackle Tying Techniques & Fly Patterns with Gordon MacKenzie of Redcastle, Scotland: Learn how to incorporate hair hackles to create resilient flies that will last longer, look alive, and produce. FRIDA , September 26, 2003 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. SATURDA , September 27, 2003 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Level: Intermediate Equipment: Standard fly tying tools and vice Class Limit: 10 for each session Materials Fee: (to be paid to instructor) $6.00 Registration Fee: $40 Members; $60 Non-members

#10: Youth Fly Tying Workshop – Students 7 to 17 years old with Michael T. Williams: This special workshop is FREE to thefirst 10 students that sign-up. All others will be placed on a waiting list. Students will learn thread management, proper materials selection, fly pattern proportions, and tie a variety of effective fish catching patterns. SATURDA , September 27, 2003 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Level: All Levels Equipment: Tools and materials furnished by the FFF - Oregon Council’s education program. Students may wish to bring their own tools for inspection and instruction for use. Class Limit: 10 Materials Fee: None Registration: FREE to the first 10 students ages 7 – 17 years

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