Posts tagged: Silver Bow Fly Shop
FLY FISHING — Slots are still open for some of the fly tying classes set for the second half of January at Silver Bow Fly Shop , 13210 E Indiana, in Spokane Valley. Pre-register: (509) 924-9998
Beyond the Basics Fly Tying
Steelhead Tube Fly Tying
Streamer Fly Tying
FISHING — Silver Bow Fly Shop is offering two classes this month at 13210 E Indiana Ave. in Spokane Valley:
FLY FISHING — It's time for anglers to inventory their equipment needs and surpluses in preparation for the annual Fly Fishing Gear Swap, May 18 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Silver Bow Fly Shop, 13210 E Indiana Ave. in Spokane Valley.
The first step to the success of the swap relies on anglers bringing in their used gear to sell, said Sean Visintainer, Silver Bow owner.
“So we need you to rummage through your closets, garage, your fishing buddies gear, etc. and bring fly fishing equipment to sell that you no longer want! Obviously it needs to be in good working order and be worthy of reselling (I WILL and DO turn away gear that has no resale value). But I know lots of you have gear that you don't use so please bring it down… the week before the sale.”
Read on for detals on selling and buying gear, and note a few changes from last year.
Doors open at 6 p.m., show at 7.
Yes, the film is about steelheading — and more. It debuted in Spokane during the Fly Fishing Film Tour a couple years ago.
Numerous guided fly ishing trips and other prizes are up for auction and raffles.
FLY FISHING — Two more fly tying classes have been added to the already busy schedule of instruction being offered by Silver Bow Fly Shop, 13210 E. Indiana Ave. in Spokane Valley, (509) 924-9998.
NW Top Producing Nymphs
Beyond the Basics Fly Tying
FISHING — The 4th annual Hooks & Hops event for thirsty fly fishers looking for inspiration during winter is set for Wednesday (Jan. 23), 6 p.m-9 p.m. at Black Diamond Sports Bar & Pool Hall, 9614 E. Sprague Ave., sponsored by Silver Bow Fly Shop.
Shop operators bill the night as a chance to give back to their customers, with a free beer, prizes, live music, free appetizers and fishing films. The bar also serves dinner for those who want to settle in.
FLY FISHING — The cold of January is prime time for cozying up to a vise to learn how to tie flies.
Click “continue reading” for the timely January fly-tying class schedule — for beginner and advanced tiers — from Silver Bow Fly Shop in Spokane Valley.
FISHING – Two fly tying courses are coming up at Silver Bow Fly Shop in Spokane Valley:
For steelheaders, Jan. 5, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.: learn modern patterns. $50.
For beginners, Jan 7-8, 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.: learn six effective patterns. $50.
Pre-register: (509) 924-9998.
FLY FISHING — Sign up is underway for evening classes being offered by Spokane fly fishing shops:
Rod building, Nov. 21, 28, by Steve Moran. Cost: $75. Sign up at Swede’s Fly Shop, 1611 N. Ash St., 323-0500.
Beginner fly tying, Dec. 3, 4, by Mark Poirier. Cost: $50. Sign up at Silver Bow Fly Shop, 13210 E. Indiana Ave., 924-9998.
FLY FISHING — Looking to upgrade your fly rod or reel, but you can't justify your purchase to your significant other?
Want the latest and greatest from your favorite rod company, but need some money to help purchase it?
Wanna get your cheap buddy into the sport?
These reasons and more will be prompting area anglers to sell and buy used gear at the annual Fly Fishing Gear Swap Event sponsored by Silver Bow Fly Shop, 13210 E. Indiana Ave., in Spokane Valley.
Read on for details on selling and buying.
FLY FISHING — The upper reaches of the St. Joe River Road are still plugged with snow, but Sean Visintainer of Silver Bow Fly Shop found decent fishing in the lower river. The river was clear and dropping and fish were keying on Brown Drakes, a hatch that's usually a bust for fly fishers because of runoff.
Still, he said the he caught the most fish fast-stripping streamers.
In case you didn't notice, the cutthroat he'spreparing to release on Sunday stretches from his forefinger to his elbow.
What: Learn the basics and how to tie six flies in two nights.
When: 6 p.m. -9 p.m., Oct. 10-11.
Where: Silver Bow Fly Shop. 13210 E Indiana Ave.
Instructor: Angela Morgan.
Cost: $75; pre-register, space limited.
Contact: Silver Bow Fly Shop, 924-9998.
STEELHEAD FISHING — Learn fly-fishing tactics and techniques for catching steelhead on our region's steelhead waters in the annual two-hour clinic offered by Silver Bow Fly Shop, 210 E Indiana in Spokane Valley.
When: Monday, Sept. 19, 6 p.m.-8 p.m.
Instructor: Sean Visintainer, shop owner
Cost: $20. Prepay to register and reserve spot.
Contact: (509) 924-9998.
FLY FISHING — The annual Fly Fishing Gear Swap will run Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., at Silver Bow Fly Shop, 13210 E. Indiana Ave. in Spokane Valley.
Sellers get 100 percent in-store credit or 75 percent of the sale price
Call ahead to sell gear, 924-9998.
Free hot dogs and drinks.
FLY FISHING — Just as the waters are warming and the bite is coming on, a local fly shop is offering a clinic on fishing local lakes.
Local Lake Tactics Clinic
What: Learn how to catch trout in our local lakes. We will cover the gear, techniques, flies, and where to go!
When: Tuesday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m.
Cost: $20. Must prepay to register.
Instructors: Sean Visintainer and Jon Allan
Where: Silver Bow Fly Shop, 13210 E Indiana
What: Beginner fly fishing class on basics to get started in a one-day crash course. Covers equipment, knots and gear, trout habits and the flies they like, reading water, presenting, fly casting and fishing local waters.
Where: Silver Bow Fly Shop, 13210 E. Indiana Ave. in Spokane Valley.
When: Saturday March 12th, 9:30a.m.-3p.m.
Instructor: Angela Morgan
Sign up: (509) 924-9998
FLY FISHING — Two free fly tying activites are scheduled at Silver Bow Fly Shop, 13210 E. Indiana Ave., plus an in-depth class for a fee.
Flies and Lies
LeRoy Hyatt Fly Tying Clinic
Advanced Fly Tying Clinic
FLY FISHING — Silver Bow Fly Shop is offering the last chance before spring to take a beginner fly-tying class.
Learn to tie 6 reliable fly patterns with techniques that can be applied to many more.
When: Feb. 7-8
Where: Silver Bow Fly Shop
Instructor: Angela Morgan
Cost: $75, includes all the tools and materials for use during class. Discounts offered for tying gear after the class. Pre-register, 924-9998.
FLY FISHING — Winter is prime time to learn fundamentals of fly fishing before the spring waters warm and the bite is on. Here are two local opportunities:
Jan. 24-25, Begining Fly Tying Course at Silver Bow Fly Shop: Learn to tie six reliable fly patterns that feature techniques that can be applied to tying many other patterns. Instructor: Angela Morgan. Cost: $75, includes tools and materials. classes run 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pre-register: (509) 924-9998.
March 10-April 28, Spokane Fly Fishers Fly Fishing School: Classes held Thursday evenings in North Spokane along with three Saturday casting classes and two pontoon safety classes. Cost $100for current non-members over 17 years of age, $60.00 for members and spouses of members, as well as for youths between the ages 12-17. To enroll send check made out to Spokane Fly Fishers, along with name, address, phone number, age if youth, and e-mail address to R. Mike Melmoth, 417 E Shore Rd., Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026.