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Spey School 2013 with Brian Niska -
May 5 - 11

Brian Niska is the head instructor at the Whistler Fly-fishing School. He teaches spey casting throughout western Canada and has been a featured casting instructor at fishing expos and outdoor shows as well as appearing on various fishing TV shows. Brian is certified as a Master Casting Instructor and Two Handed Casting Instructor with the Federation of Fly Fishers. Brian teaches his own modern Northwestern technique, a smooth blend of Skagit and underhand styles.

Spey casting is a very effective way to cover water and allows anglers to make longer casts with less effort. It also enables anglers to fish in areas with no back cast, fish more easily in the wind and control the fly with precise mends. We are happy to coach you how to use a spey rod any time you fish with us and have a large selection of well-balanced spey rods for our anglers to use.

To offer you expert coaching and instruction, we are pleased to host professional casting instructors. For anyone interested in learning or improving his or her spey casting, we highly recommend one of our Spey School weeks. You will enjoy a weeks guided fishing, including fly tying instruction, while experiencing expert teaching and coaching.

Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to learn spey casting and enjoy a weeks fishing for the same cost as our regular fishing packages

Please phone or email with any questions regarding these special events or to sign up for your choice of the dates available.

For more information, contact us:
Toll free: 866-926-2822 or 250-638-7989
bz@zboatbc.com

 


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