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BOW Fly Fishing March 2004

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FLY FISHING
Alabama Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop
March 2004

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The fly fishing class includes lecture and demonstration by Dr. Elise Irwin, Department of Fisheries Professor at Auburn University.

Question and answer time with Dr. Elise Irwin and Traci George is relaxed during the fly fishing class.

Student to Instructor ratio is about 2:1 at the fly fishing class.

Fly casting instruction is a critical part of the fly fishing class at the Alabama Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop.

Small class in fly fishing instruction include demonstrations.

Anglers able to fly cast have time to fly fish.

One advantage of fly fishing is that an skilled angler can catch the numerous small fish in a lake; thanks Tee Kitchens for helping.

BOW instructor Les Litzinger shows off a bluegill that a BOW student caught.

Seems like the fly fishing class always has a student with a knack for catching fish on a fly rod.

Fly fishing is takes mental concentration and mechanical skill, but mostly just practice.

Some ladies learn fly casting quickly.

Dr. Elise Irwin demonstrates fly fishing techniques at the Alabama Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop.

Catching fish on a fly rod is icing on the cake for the 3 hour fly fishing class.

Pictures of:
Introduction to Fishing
Bass Fishing
Fishing


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