Stacy Jennings’ Fly Fishing Schools
Stacy Jennings’ Fly Fishing Schools
From trout streams to blue water, Stacy Jennings has been fly fishing since 1976 and teaching fly fishing professionally since 1994. She instructs to meet the needs of each client. Stacy’s been voted Best Fly Fishing Guide in Missoula, 2007 to 2015. She delights in teaching everyone from kids and couples to friends and Federal Supreme Court Justices on Western Montana’s most beautiful and fish intensive stretches of the Blackfoot, Bitterroot, Clark Fork & Missouri Rivers.
2017 Fishing Class Schedule
Stacy offers beginning to advanced instruction for kids, couples and individuals. Please contact her directly at 406.370.4027 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Missoula’s 17th Annual Womens’ Fly Fishing Clinic
June 24th from 10am to 3pm ~ Frenchtown Pond Cost: $150.00
This year’s Womens’ Clinic is all-encompassing and good for fly fishers who are just getting started or have been at it a while. Anglers will acquire the ability to assess and adjust their own casts and practice techniques for accuracy, distance and presentation. Other learning sessions will include practicing effective fishing techniques on water, tying essential knots and a deeper understanding of where fish live, what they eat and why.
Another key component of the clinic is the teaching about differences in equipment, dispelling myths and revealing how to find the best values available. Combine all that with practice playing, landing and releasing fish and this clinic puts every angler in a great position to experience a lifelong journey of enjoyable days on the water.
This year’s clinic benefits kids who want to be curious in nature and attend Montana Natural History Center’s Discovery Summer Camps. MNHC awarded 30 camp scholarships last season and looks forward to offering even more in 2017.
You may enter to win a Sage Grace Fly Rod Outfit and other fishy things.
Raffle tickets are available at the clinic.
Gear, morning coffee, catered lunch and t-shirt provided.
The funds raised in this event directly benefit the recipients of Montana Natural History Center’s youth camp scholarships.
Enter to win a Sage Grace Fly Rod Outfit. Raffle tickets are available at the clinic.
An intermediate and advanced casting class is an ideal follow-up to the introductory fly fishing curriculum. The purpose of this class is to improve any angler’s casting skill and efficiency in fresh or salt water. The class includes discussion and practice of casting techniques for accuracy and distance with the use of single and double hauls and oval casting to handle heavy flies.
Class size is limited to 4 students.
Friday, June 9th from 9am to 11am ~ Clark Fork River Cost: $90
Friday, June 16th from 1pm to 3pm ~ Clark For River Cost: $90
Saturday, June17th from 9am to 11am ~ Clark Fork River Cost: $90
A children’s fishing class provides a great opportunity for kids to have fun and learn about an awesome sport without parental instruction. Each student will
enjoy hands-on practice casting, reading water, identifying fish food (bugs) and playing, landing and releasing fish in a fun, respectful way.
Class size is limited to 4 students who are 8 years and older.
Saturday, June 24th from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm ~ Frenchtown Pond
The couple’s fishing class offers a supportive way for partners to enjoy learning together. This class is designed to reduce tension in both casts and relationships
simultaneously! Instruction is customized to match the needs of each student and there is emphasis on learning to self-assess the efficiency and accuracy of the cast and make adjustments. Participants will leave with effective casting and fishing techniques and an understanding of essential entomology.
Class size is limited to 3 couples.
Friday, June 16th from 3:30pm to 5:30pm ~ Clark Fork River
Cost: $90 per couple
* Please reserve your space by contacting Stacy at email@example.com
If you prefer private or group instruction, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 406.370.4027.