GGACC Skills Building Program -- Saturday, December 12, 2020 at 12 Noon
David Dempsey, a long-time Northern California fly fishing instructor, former guide, and developer of several closely guarded fly patterns, will speak on "Fishing Caddis Patterns" on Saturday, December 12th at 12 noon. It's a presentation that is guaranteed to be anything but dry; covering the insect life-cycle, effective patterns, and techniques for how and where to fish them.
This presentation will be a video conference that can be accessed by club members only via the Zoom link in an email to be sent to all registrants on the day of the event.
Please register by at least the day before in order to ensure receipt of this email.
Online registration will be limited to the first 90 club members to sign up on this calendar event now by clicking on the large "Register" button shown. You may cancel your own registration up to one day prior by clicking on this event where listed under "Your event registrations" in your online member "Profile" (found next to your name on the home page).
"Fishing Caddis Patterns"
"How many times have you been on the water and the fish are rising for some unseen insect? The rises are fast and furious—slashing at the surface—but given the number of fish rising, you are having some pretty mediocre results. Your best patterns seem to be ignored…You finally get a good look at the bug. It’s definitely NOT a mayfly.
Is it a caddis? ……and why aren’t MORE fish taking your fly?
This presentation introduces the novice and intermediate level anglers to the Caddis fly with some basic biology, strategies and patterns that should put you on more fish!"
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