February 19, 1995 in Outdoors

Spring Courses Offered Fishing

By The Spokesman-Review
 

It’s never been easier to learn the basics of fishing in the Spokane area. Although several fly fishing courses are underway, sign-up is underway for a new series of courses.

Fly tying: Spokane County Parks is offering five different fly tying courses for beginners and intermediatesby Jake Hood. Students have choice of weekday evenings or weekends. But don’t hesitate. Some begin Monday! Cost is $55 for 15 hours. Info: 456-4730.

Fly fishing: Spokane County Parks has several beginner clinics beginning April 1. Cost is $20 for four hours. Several on-the-water clinics are set for May. Info: 456-4730.

Spokane City Parks has a foursession basic fly fishing course by John Propp beginning April 10. Cost is $39. Info: 625-6200.

Panfishing: Learn tactics for crappie and perch from Dick Lee in a Spokane City Parks workshop April 11, 7 p.m. at Corbin Art Center. Cost is $6. Info: 625-6200.

Walleye fishing:Spokane City Parks workshop by Dick Lee, April 18, 7 p.m. at Corbin Art Center. Cost is $6. Info: 625-6200.

Kokanee fishing: Spokane City Parks workshop by Dick Lee, April 25, 7 p.m. at Corbin Art Center. Cost is $6. Info: 625-6200.

Bass fishing: Spokane City Parks workshop by Tom May, May 2, 7 p.m. at Corbin Art Center. Cost is $6. Info: 625-6200.

General fishing: Fishing the greater Spokane area, Spokane Falls Community College workshop by Dick Lee, April 19, 7 p.m. Info: 533-3522.


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