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Women’s Fly Casting Practice
September 30 @ 1:15 pm - 3:15 pm PDT
Join us for an exciting afternoon of fly casting at the Trout Unlimited Women’s Fly Casting Practice event on the grassy area right under Spokane’s iconic clocktower in Riverfront Park.
Discover the joy of fly casting with the folks of Spokane Women on the Fly at Riverfront Park during the WSECU Fall Fest! Everyone, regardless of experience, is welcome. Join us and learn the basics of casting a fly rod or test your skills with a few fun casting challenges. Interested in getting involved or connecting with fellow fly fishing enthusiasts? Pop by and chat about what Spokane Women on the Fly and the local Spokane Falls Trout Unlimited Chapter is up to.
This event is all about empowering women in the world of fly fishing while extending a warm welcome to enthusiasts of all gender identities. Discover the beauty of fly casting in a supportive and diverse environment. Our instructors from TU’s Spokane Women on the Fly are all skilled female anglers. Our instructors will guide participants through the techniques and nuances of this elegant sport and teach walk-up beginners basic fly casts needed in most fishing situations.
If you have a rod and want to bring it, great, but we will have plenty to borrow. We will be casting on grass and with no hooks, so no fishing license is required. You need only bring your enthusiasm for learning to cast and forging connections with fellow conservation minded anglers.
Date: Sat., Sept. 30
Time: 1:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Location: The grassy area under the clocktower in Riverfront Park
This event is free and open to the public!
Spokane Women on the Fly has, for almost 10 years, been a vibrant and inclusive community and resource for outdoor and fly fishing enthusiasts. Affiliated with the Spokane Falls Chapter of Trout Unlimited, the group is dedicated to merging the art of angling with cold water conservation values. This community extends beyond just fishing, hosting inclusive and educational events such as fly tying, casting sessions, and social meetups. With open arms, we welcome individuals of all skill levels and backgrounds to be a part of our tapestry, where friendship and shared passions flourish on and off the water.