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Local fly fishing school is a real catch

Mike Berube, right, watches Dan Ferguson tie his version of an October Caddis pattern. Both men are Spokane Fly Fishers members who contribute to the club's annual Fly Fishing School. (Rich Landers)
Mike Berube, right, watches Dan Ferguson tie his version of an October Caddis pattern. Both men are Spokane Fly Fishers members who contribute to the club's annual Fly Fishing School. (Rich Landers)

FLY FISHING — Read my Sunday Outdoors story for details on why the Spokane Fly Fishers 31st annual Fly Fishing School could be the best time investment an angler could make.

And the two club members in the photo above — Dan Ferguson, left, and Mike Berube — are examples of the mentors the students get to associate with: Priceless.

Learn from the Spokane Fly Fishers

What: 31st annual Fly Fishing School.

When: Thursday evenings, March 7-April 25, plus Saturday sessions on pontoon safety and casting.

Who: Organized by Spokane Fly Fishers club.

Where: St. Francis School, 1104 W. Heroy Ave., plus field sites.

Cost: $125 for nonmembers, includes membership.

Sign up: Mike Berube, (509) 999-8235; spokaneflyfishers.com.




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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.


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