Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Workshops are classes provided by professional instructors and experienced fly fishing experts who give of their time to teach anything and everything you want to know about fly fishing. The Fly Fishing Fair is the largest venue in the world where this many fly fishing instructors come together to share their expertise and knowledge. You know you are participating in a special educational experience when you attend the International Fly Fishing Fair. We extend a big thank you to all our instructors! 

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Chester Allen

A lifelong fly angler and journalist, Chester has fly fished the northwest and rocky mountains for decades. He is the author of "Fly Fishing for Sea-Run Cutthroat".

Type of Workshop: On Water


Dok Arvanites

Dok is an IFFF Master Casting Instructor and teaches fly-casting at area fishing clubs and trade shows and conclaves. He is co-chair of the Casting Program Committee for the 2015 National IFFF fair, a member of the IFFF Professional Development Committee, and serves on the Casting Board of Directors for Southwest Council of the IFFF. Dok has fished for cold, warm, and salt-water species across North America including Alaska and Central America since 1985. At present Dok splits his time between Ennis Montana and South Pasadena, California.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Gary Bevers

I began dyeing out of necessity.  I couldn't find the exact colors I wanted for my Atlantic Salmon flies and my wife is a wool spinner.  Because of this I concentrated on fur, feathers and wool.  I found I enjoyed it and began connecting with other dyers and now dye for friends and a few shops.

Type of Workshop: Other


Peggy Brenner

Peggy comes from Milford, NH, close to some of the best fresh and saltwater fly fishing, with two decades of experience tying streamers, I enjoy teaching to share my experiences. As a active participant in the NH Arts Traditional Arts Program, she has a apprentice for 2015 Classic Streamers, Bass and Salmon flies.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Nate Brumley

Nate Brumley is the owner, an online fishing company out of Meridian, Idaho. The only bugs sold at his company are dry flies, and he has mastered the use of them in every season of the year. Nate’s tying sessions and presentations are some of the most sought after events in the industry at present, and his knowledge of dry fly fishing is truly phenomenal. It has been said that one hour with Nate is like gaining 10 years’ experience on how to fish a dry fly. Should you have the opportunity, attend one of Nate’s tying sessions or presentations—it will change the way you dry fly fish forever!!

Type of Workshop: Tying


Al Buhr

Al Buhr has been teaching spey casting for over 25 years; both single and two-handed. Al  is a certified MCI and THCI, author of ‘Two-Handed Fly Casting - Spey Casting Techniques’ and ‘How to Design Fly Lines’.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Brad Chalfant

Hike leader for Deschutes Land Trust.

Type of Workshop: Non-Angling

J.C. Childress

I'm a Viet Nam Vet and have been fly fishing and tying since 1980. My favorite pattern to fish and tie are Soft Hackles. My favorite waters are small creeks. My home water is the South Fork of the Snake.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Chuck Collins

I have been a flytyer for 60 years. I am a life member of IFFF, TU, and FTG. I am the IFFF WRMC 2001 recipient of the Flytyer of the Year award. I have tied at over 20 various conclaves and expositions and have had flies published in several books. I also won 2 first place awards, 2 second place awards, and a third place award in the 2006 IFFF International Fly Tying Competition and 5th place in Flytyer Magazines 30th Anniversary contest.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Todd Collins

Native of Butte, MT. Have been tying Grant flies for 27 years and have been teaching the Grant methods for 20 years.  IFFF life member and founding board member and former president of the Big Hole River Foundation.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Jerry Criss

Has been fly fishing and fly tying since the early 80's. I retired to Central Oregon to advance my passion for the sport. I was named "2009 Oregon Fly Tier of the Year" for my teaching and dedication to the craft. I am known for my teaching and creativity, while never forgetting the roots of the craft.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Aaron Culley

Aaron lives in Washington state, where he has a fly fishing guide business, ties many of his own flies and teaches customers and friends fly casting as well. Aaron also has been a member of the Northwest Atlantic Salmon Fly Guild for more than 20 years and enjoys dressing those beautiful creations. He has been fly fishing for more than 25 years.

Type of Workshop: Other


Charlotte Day

Charlotte Day loves to tie flies so much she built a shop behind her house.  Charlotte loves to fly fish and tie the flies that she uses.  She has tied at multiple IFFF events.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Floyd & Janet Dean

Floyd's focus is on keeping the art of fly-casting alive through research, and teaching, rediscovering the specialty casts that make it possible to place the right fly in the right spot with the right presentation to catch the most elusive fish.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Wayne Decker

Avid recreational bicyclist, with a wife who fishes.

Type of Workshop: Non-Angling


Norm Domagala

I live in the small town of Alpine, Oregon. I have been fly fishing the Northwest for over 30 years. In the spring, summer and fall I spend much of my time fishing the High Cascade Lakes in Oregon. I am a member of the Whiting Pro Team and a Whiting Dealer. I also am a fly designer for Montana Fly Co. and the owner of Alpine Fly's & Photo's.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Sam Doyle

Sam Doyle is an IFFF Master Casting Instructor living in Colorado. He is a fly fishing guide with Fly Fishing Outfitters in Avon, Colorado and a certified river rafting guide for rafts and hard sides. Sam is an active member of Reel Recovery, a national non-profit organization that conducts free fly-fishing retreats for men living with cancer. He passed his MCI exam in 2013.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Dave Dozer

Dave has over 50 years of fly fishing experience across Washington, Oregon, and Northern California.  After many years of building graphite fly rods, Dave made the shift to bamboo 10 years ago and now designs and builds custom bamboo fly rods full-time in Sisters, Oregon.  Dave’s website:

Type of Workshop: Other


Mary Ann Dozer

Mary Ann Dozer – Master Certified Fly Casting Instructor – Mary Ann’s first fly fishing experience was in 1995 in Yellowstone Park and her passion for fly fishing took hold. For the past 7 years she has worked as a fly fishing guide and taught fly casting in Idaho and Oregon. Mary Ann’s greatest love is to teach and help others learn to fly fish. Her teaching style focuses on developing a fundamental fishing cast to help maximize an angler’s catching potential.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Chuck Easterling

Chuck is a retired Chief Deputy Prosecutor for the State of Arkansas and now spends his time at the family cabin fishing and practicing his two handed casting.  Chuck became a CI in 1997, and MCI in 1999 and was elected to the Casting Board of Governors in 2003.  He has served as chair of the CI Test Committee and the Ethics Committee and now chairs the Examiner Review Committee. Chuck also serves of the International Committee and has participated in CI and MCI testing in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Spain and Irelnd.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Lew Evans

Lew has been cooking in Dutch Ovens for over 40 years. He has spent a lifetime in the outdoors--fishing, hiking, camping, and hunting. He has won cooking awards for his chili and beans. He is a featured Dutch oven cooking instructior for Cabela's.

Type of Workshop: Other


Oscar Feliu

Born in Chile came to USA in 1969 resided in Michigan for 20 years before migrated to Florida has 4 DVDs on the international market, Has presented demonstrations & workshops for IFFF for 36 years 2014 recipient of the Buz Buzeck Fly Tying award.

Type of Workshop: Tying & On Water


James Ferguson

Life IFFF and FTG member, 2006 Oregon Fly Tyer of the Year recipient, 2012 Dick Nelson Fly Teaching award recipient, retired physical science teacher, FTG past secretary and chair.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Steven Fernandez

Steven Fernandez has been tying flies for over 40 years, and started tying professionally at the age of 13 for local shops. He has taught and demonstrated since he was 16, and enjoys tying all types of flies, particularly catskill flies and artistic salmon flies. He is the 2012 recipient of the Buz Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award. He is Fly Tying Co-Director of the SWCFFF, and is an architect and artist.

Type of Workshop: Tying


James Flaherty

Started tying flies around 1968 in Helena Mt. Met Todd Collins in 2006 and started tying George Grant style flies.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Fly Tying Group

Fly Tying Group Instructors:

Dave Roberts – BOG, IFFF Fly Tying chair, Oregon Council Tier of the Year

Ed Berg - Internationally recognized tying expert, IFFF Fly Tying Group Board of Governors

Tom Logan – Chairman IFFF Fly Tying Group Board of Governors

Mike Hoffman - IFFF Fly Tying Group Board of Governors

Paul Beckman – IFFF Fly Tying Group Board of Governors

Jim Ferguson - Dick Nelson Fly Tying Teaching Award Recipient, IFFF Fly Tying Group Board of Governors

Al Ritt – Author, IFFF Fly Tying Group Board of Governors

Frank Johnson - Buszek Award Recipient, IFFF Fly Tying Group Governor Senior Advisor

Type of Workshop: Tying


Marilyn Forestell

Marilyn is the owner of QuiltWorks. From the first hour of my first quilt class, I immediately became passionate about the craft and for the last eleven years I’ve rarely not had a quilt in progress. Although I would never have imagined that I would actually be a quilt shop owner, it was something I had secretly fantasized about for years. Now, building QuiltWorks is more than just a dream come true; I know it’s where we should be and I am thrilled about the future.

Type of Workshop: Non-Angling


Bud Frasca

Bud has been fly fishing for 60 years and has been a Federator since 1965. He has fished all over the world and operates a full service fly shop.  He has taught fly fishing and fly tying for years.

Type of Workshop: On Water


Morris Fruitman

Fishing was my first hobby started in So. California nearly 60 years ago fishing Owens Valley Gorge for native trout. Have spent the last 20 years fly fishing, tying and teaching in So. Oregon. Life member of the So. OR Fly Fishers, member of the Rogue Fly Fishers, OR IFFF, IFFF, and FTG, Senior Staff Fly Dresers Guild, So. OR Fly Tyers, Demo Tier in OR, CA, WA, ID, and MT. Also member of the Central OR Fly Tyers, and as time permits teach at White City VA Rehab Center. I demo tie at 3-5 shows per year. Live with wife Nancy in So. OR close to the Rogue River, minutes away from Lost Creek Lake,.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Ewald Grabher

Ewald is an MCI who lives and guides in Sun Valley Idaho.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Herb Grenke

Retired as winningest coach in Northern Michigan University history. My fly fishing class was one of the most popular classes on campus. I have also taught classes at local schools, camps, veterans hospitals, and to teachers.

Type of Workshop: On Water


Rick Hafele

Fly fishing author and professional aquatic biologist, Rick Hafele has spent the last 40 years studying the life in rivers and steams, catching trout, and sharing his knowledge with other anglers.

Type of Workshop: Other


Peter Hayes

Peter Hayes, Australian MCI and BOG, loves nothing more than to share his passion for fly fishing and fly casting. Peter draws from a lifetime experience in world championship casting and fishing experience as well as 21 years of guiding and teaching casting. His classes are educational and certainly entertaining.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Henry Hoffman

Henry has been tying flies for 61 years and won the 2008 Guz Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award. He also has been raising fly tying hackle since 1955.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Steve Hollensed

Captain Steve Hollensed; Steve is a full time Orvis Endorsed Guide in Texas. He is a Master Certified Casting Instructor and is an active member of the Casting Board of Governors, serving on several committees. Steve is co-chairman of the Casting Program Committee for the 2015 National IFFF fair.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Mark Huber Huber

Mark is a long time resident of Alaska and is an avid fly fishing and casting instructor throughout the western US and internationally.   He is a member of the IFFF Casting Board of Governors and holds IFFF MCI and THCI casting instruction certifications.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Mac Huff

I have fly fished for decades, for about 30 years for steelhead and guided more than 20 years.  My goal on every trip is for my guests to leave with a higher skill set than when they arrived.

Type of Workshop: On Water


Chase Jablonski

Chase Jablonski is an FFF Master Casting Instructor from Boise, Idaho. He enjoys backpacking and technical trout fishing. Chase fishes throughout the year and is always working to improve his casting and instruction techniques.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Bob Jacklin

Bob Jacklin has been a fly fishing guide and outfitter in the West Yellowstone area for over 45 years. He is a world class fly fisherman, fly tyer, and Master Certified Casting Instructor; he sits on the Board of Governors for fly casting instruction. He has been tying flies commercially since 1963 and is a past recipient of the IFFF's Buz Buszek award for his contributions to the art of fly tying. Bob is a charter member of the IFFF, on the pro-staff for St.Croix Rods, Ross Reels, Cortland Lines, and Whiting Farms. On October 23, 2004, at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum, Bob Jacklin was inducted into the very prestigious "Fly Fishing Hall of Fame".

Type of Workshop: Casting and On Water

All Things Fly Fishing

Type of Workshop: On Water, two day experience

Bud Frasca -

Bud has been fly fishing for 60 years and has been a Federator since 1965. He has fished all over the world and operates a full service fly shop.  He has taught fly fishing and fly tying for years.

          Phil Greenlee -

Phil, a former businessman and banker, is the current President/CEO of the IFFF since 2009.  He is also a certified casting instructor with the IFFF.

Jim Higgins-

Jim is a certified casting instructor and a world class fly angler.

          Bob Jacklin -

Bob Jacklin has been a fly fishing guide and outfitter in the West Yellowstone area for over 45 years. He is a world class fly fisherman, fly tier, and Master Certified Casting Instructor.

Frank Johnson –

Life long professional tier, Taught tying for some 45 years, Demo tied at IFFF Functions since 1973, Recipient Buz Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award, Recipient Dick Nelson Fly Tying Teaching Award.  Has worked as a professional guide for 37 years.

Herb Kettler –

Current chairman for Fair workshops and has overseen this position for 12 years. He is the IFFF Secretary.  Now retired from a 35-year career in international engineering, he loves fishing in Montana and Wyoming, is a certified instructor, and builds 18th century American furniture.

Bob Krumm -

I've been fishing ever since I was five years old and have always enjoyed getting out and fishing new waters. I have been a fishing guide for 37 years and still love my job.

Kuni Masuda -

Is an IFFF Director and involved in International Fly Fishing.

David Roberts -

Tying Chairperson 2015 Fly Fishing Fair.  He is a professional Oregon fishing guide.

Marv Yoshinaka -

A resident of Bend and a IFFF member.

Len Zickler –

Len currently serves on the IFFF Executive Committee, is a BOD Co-Chair, and Membership Co-Chair.  Len is a certified casting instructor and leads the Spokane Flyfisher’s casting program. He resides in Spokane, WA with his wife Dawn.


John Johnson

John is a retired Chemical engineer who has more  than 50 years of cold  water and warm water fly-fishing experience.  He has extensive fly-fishing, fly tying , and aquatic biology teaching experience at TU, FFF, university, high school, and grade school levels. He is a licensed smallmouth bass guide in MI.

Type of Workshop: Other


Shann Paul Jones

Shann Paul Jones is Instructor of Leisure, Sporting & Outdoor Studies at the University of Alaska where he specializes in adult recreational outdoor education program development and delivery. Since 2002, he’s offered nearly 150 clinics, workshops, classes and community outreach events based on his university research that focused on understanding the transfer of scientific knowledge to lay adults through fly fishing/tying. Jones has helped thousands of participants break down the perception that fly fishing is too elitist and difficult. Previously,Jones spent six years as an instructor with the Alaska Cooperative Extension Service and 4‐H. His current research interests include outdoor recreation activity enhancement for people with developmental disabilities.

Type of Workshop: Other


Kathy Kim

Women's University Co-Chair.

Type of Workshop: On Water


Dwight Klemin

Klem is a THCI and MCI and CBOG's Mentor of the year 2014, avid fly fisher and retired music educator. I'm Oregon Expo Casting Chair, the president and founder of the North Santiam Spey Caster; the only charter spey club in the world. Klem has mentored several successful candidates without a single failure.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Karen Kreft

A native Oregonian, Karen resides in Sisters, OR where year-round fly fishing allows her over 100 days on the water. Karen brings lots of energy and is an enthusiastic teacher in the classroom and on the water. She serves as a board member of Central Oregon Flyfishers and oversees Next Cast Flyfishers, the youth fly fishing component of the club. Additionally, she shares her passion of fly fishing through volunteer efforts including Casting for Recovery Oregon, Project Healing Waters, and St Charles hospital cancer survivors.

Type of Workshop: On Water and Casting


Bob Krumm

I've been fishing ever since I was five years old and have always enjoyed getting out and fishing new waters. I have been a fishing guide for 37 years and still love my job.

Type of Workshop: On Water


Ron Lauzon

Ron is life long resident of Oregon and has been fly fishing since 1970.  Ron is also a IFFF Casting Instructor, Guide and Outfitter.  He has  trained with international instructors in teaching and casting methods for Scandinavian, Skagit and Traditional spey lines.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Jean-Francois Lavallee

Fly fishing school owner, Canadian fly fishing champion, Master Certified Instructor (MCI), graduate instructor from the Joan Wulff school, registered corporate coach; JF will enable you through his presentations and his instruction to learn always more about the art and science of fly fishing, and this, in a fun and light hearted way!

Type of Workshop: Casting


Tim Lawson

Tim is a certified Master Casting Instructor and member of the Casting Board of Governors. He enjoys teaching casting to all skill levels.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Macauley Lord

Macauley is a recipient of FFF's Lifetime Achievement Award in fly-casting instruction and is an emeritus member of the Casting Board of Governors. For 13 years, he was Head Instructor of the LL Bean Fly-Fishing Schools, where he continues to teach. He is the author of the LL Bean Fly-Casting Handbook, Revised Edition [Lyons Press, 2007] and a former editor of The Loop.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Wayne Luallen

Wayne has demonstrated fly tying techniques at numerous local, regional, national, and international events since the mid 1970's. He is especially fond of teaching the details of fly tying. In 1991 Wayne was honored to be the recipient of the IFFF ‘Buz’ Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Patty Lueken

Patty Lueken, who has fished all her life, began fly fishing about 10 years ago.  Since that time she has taught fishing and tying skills to adults and youth.  She was awarded Fly Tyer of the Year in 2009 for Arkansas Fly Fishers.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Darrel Martin

Darrel is a Contributing Editor to Fly Rod & Reel magazine. He is author of major angling books, including The Fly Fisher's Craft and the Fly Fisher's Companion (2014). He is the recipient of the IFFF's Roderick-Haig Brown Award and the WSCFFF Fly-Tying Hall of Fame.

Type of Workshop: Other


Dayle Mazzarella

Dayle Mazzarella has 44 years experience as a highly successful and award winning teacher and coach, including 25 years experience training teachers and coaches, and consulting school districts regarding curriculum development, teacher training, and testing protocols. Dayle has been fly fishing and guiding for 30 years. As a certified Master Casting Instructor, Dayle has successfully presented many fly casting clinics to large and small groups of varying casting abilities across the United States.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Frank Meek

I have been fly fishing ardently for more than half century and been a licensed Colorado outfitter since 1973. I tied professionally to support my bad habit and to survive in a retail fly business, honing my craft in my early years from such luminaries as Ernest Schwiebert, Andre' Puyans and many others. I have produced several fly related shows over the years.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Mark Milkovich

Milkovich is an MCI who lives and guides in Sun Valley Idaho.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Dianne Mockler

Dianne has been weaving baskets since 1996 and  soon after began sharing her enthusiasm for the craft by teaching others to weave.  She enjoys working with a variety of materials, and is especially interested in weaving with natural materials such as birch bark, wild willow and pine needles, and incorporating antlers into basket designs.  Dianne can often be seen weaving baskets beside a Wisconsin trout stream while her husband pursues his passion.

Type of Workshop: Non-Angling


Ed Morphis

High School History and Psych. Teacher for 28 years. Writer and teacher of educational philosophy and practice. Fly tying demonstrator for 11 years, tied in OR, ID, CA, MT. Beginning fly tying teacher for 8 years. I have a passion for motivating and helping tying teachers become better at their task, especially those teaching beginners.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Sarah Mowry

Brad provides overall supervision of fundraising activities, land and conservation easement acquisitions and land management activities. Brad was one of the original founders of the Land Trust, the first President of the Board and became the Executive Director in 1997. Prior to starting the Land Trust, Brad was the Property and Real Estate Manager for Deschutes County.

Type of Workshop: Non-Angling


James Penrod

I live in north Florida and have taught individual and group classes for 15 years, including the IFFF, Southeast and Florida expo's. I have been fortunate to be able to fish the Gulf of Mexico almost daily as well as fishing in Chile, Alaska, the Moise River in Quebec, the Big Manistee and Muskego in Michigan, the Barrataria Basin in Louisiana and the Lemhi in Idaho.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Jeff Perin

Jeff Perin is the owner of The Fly Fisher’s Place in Sisters, Oregon since 1991. Jeff guides local Central Oregon waters and hosts trips throughout the world. He is married to his lovely wife Tina.

Type of Workshop: On Water


Tim Rajeff

Tim Rajeff is the designer and owner of ECHO Rod Company. Retired tournament spin and fly caster. After a career as a guide and lodge manager in Alaska and Russia Tim lives in Vancouver Washington with his partner Katherine Hart.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Keith Richard

Keith Richard, MCI, owner of the Camp Fly Fishing School in Breaux Bridge, LA has over 50 years experience pursuing fresh and saltwater species throughout Louisiana's river systems and coastal marshes specializing in sight fishing for red fish over the past decade.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Bruce Richards

Line designer for Scientific Anglers for 30+ years, charter member of the CBOG, author of “Modern Fly Lines”, I’ve been teaching casting for almost 40 years.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Denny Rickards

Fly fishing guide, instructor for stillwater, author, and speaker for over 40 years. Have a fly fishing business online.

Type of Workshop: Other


Kari Schoessler

Kari is a member of the Bend Bellas women’s bicycle club.  She leads beginning and intermediate mountain bike rides regularly.  She loves introducing visitors to our amazing mountain bicycle trails!

Type of Workshop: Non-Angling


Molly Semenik

Molly Semenik lives in Birch Bay Washington.  Molly owns Tie The Knot Fly Fishing which provides casting instruction both Two-Hand and Single-Hand and provides women's destination fly fishing travel.  Molly is on the Casting Board of Governors.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Don Simonson

Have been instructing fly casting and fly tying over the past 45 years.  A Master certified instructor and a member of the casting board of governors.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Todd Somsel

Todd is an RL Winston pro staff team member, avid fly tier, an MCI/THCI, dedicated IFFF member and devotes much of his time towards mentoring single and two hand casting instruction. He teaches groups or gives private lessons.

Type of Workshop: Casting on the Water


Bob Tabbert

A Wisconsin native and exploration geologist. Bob is a lifetime IFFF certified casting instructor who dedicates his time to fish conservation and casting instruction.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Jim Valle

Jim is a Certified Master (MCI) and Two Hand Casting Instructor (THCI), member of the Casting Board of Governors and recipient of the 2014 Mel Krieger Casting Instructor Award. He teaches both Single and Two Hand Fly Casting in Salt and Fresh Water applications both Internationally and throughout the US. His teaching credits include Clinics, IFFF Conclaves, Continuing Instructor Education, College Courses, G Loomis Pro Staff.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Jonathan Walter

Jonathan Walter mved to Colorado in 1988 and started fly fishing in 1989. He has over 20 years of experience teaching fly fishing, fly casting, and fly tying. He became a Certified Instructor in 2004 and a Master Certified Instructor in 2013. Besides teaching, he pursues an unending quest for the biggest fish in the smallest water!

Type of Workshop: Casting


Johathan Walter

Jonathan Walter moved to Colorado in 1988 and started fly fishing in 1989. He has over 20 years’ experience teaching fly fishing, fly casting and fly tying. He became a CCI in 2004 and MCI in 2013. Besides teaching, he pursues an unending quest for the largest fish in the smallest water!

Type of Workshop: Casting


Rick Williams

Rick Williams lives in Eagle, ldaho and is an MCl, THCI, Board of Governor member. He is a Guide and Outfitter and owner of ldaho Angler, a specialty fly fishing shop in Boise Idaho. 

Type of Workshop: Casting


Bruce Williams

Bruce Williams has been an avid fly fisher for over thirty years, and has fished all over the world. He is an MCI , a member of the Casting Board of Governors, and has been working on his mastery of two-handed skills for the past seven years.

Type of Workshop: Casting


Bob Wolfe

I have been teaching fly fishing and fly tying for over 40 years. I have demonstrated tying my trout and steelhead fly patterns at IFFF expo's and workshops in the Northwest for over 15 years. Teaching fly fishing is my passion and I have helped hundreds of people develop their fly fishing skills so they can fully enjoy this wonderful sport.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Carl Wuebben

I have over 30 years fly tying and fishing experience, with the last five years as a fly tying instructor. I work at Bass Pro Fly  Shop. I am a member of IFFF/ Fly Tying group/ Deep Creek Fly Fishers in Riverside, California.

Type of Workshop: Tying


Carl Zarelli

I have been fly fishing for a number of years and caught a number of different species in my travels. I enjoy the time I spent practicing casting and have tried to master the sport most of my adult life.

Type of Workshop: Casting on the Water

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