Oct 16, 2021  
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ACT 173 - Beginning Fly Fishing/Fly Tying

1 Credit(s)
This class is an introduction to the basic skills and knowledge of fly fishing and fly tying that will include tackle selection and care, casting, entomology, fish habitat, stream ethics, tactics, and strategy. Students are expected to demonstrate comprehension of the sport through exams, homework assignments, and class participation. Student participation is critical to the overall grade. Assignments will include out-of-class fly tying, habitat assessment, studying Fish & Wildlife regulations, skill practice, and relevant projects. Students are encouraged to supply their own tackle, but some tackle is available for student use. $14 Course Fee.

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