The 2012 Streamer Class after the fun
IT’S ON Again _ our best-selling, most popular, ridiculously fun streamer class. The is one of the best deals on the river.
This class is about matching our very experienced trophy hunting streamer team with eager newcomers wanting a taste of big flies and big rods _ White River style. There are lots of places to go streamer fishing _ but few places are as extreme as the White River in terms of big flies and the size of brown trout which will eat them
What you get for your $200 is a detail in-store morning class running through the theory of predator trout behaviour and feeding patterns, the gear you need, fly design and finally presentation techniques, led by our good buddy, winter guide and the spiritual leader of our Streamer Tribe, Alex Lafkas.
For the afternoon you will spend 4 hours in a drift boat with one of our streamer guides, paired up with another classmate, to put the theory into practice. We stress first off the classes aren’t about the catching.
Its all about passing on the fundamentals so everyone is set to go hunting a trophy White River brown, on their own or on a guide trip with one of our team. The guys will work on the skills you need to take this on yourselves: it might be casting, presentation or hook sets.
These classes have traditionally been over subscribed so we require full payment up front. In the event of an emergency, we will endeavor to sell your spot to another class member. In the event we resell your spot, you will get a full refund.
Call the shop to book. 870 435 6166
Class Name: Streamer Fishing in the Ozarks with Alex Lafkas
Class Date & Time: 1-25 &1-26 – 8 a.m-4p.m. Lunch: 11-12
# of People in Class: Maximum of 8 each day. Class Fee: $200
Instructor: Alex Lafkas
Class Description: Class 8-11, lunch 11-12, & Water Time 12-4.
3 hrs in the class room with Alex Lafkas & Chad Johnson learning tactics and techniques for finding and catching large brown trout on streamers. Followed by 4 hrs of streamer fishing with Alex and the guides from Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher.