Presentation on theme: "Dover Bay Student Classes Over a period of a few short weeks the IWFF's members (organized by Leo Snye) spent 4 separate days giving a group of about 30."— Presentation transcript:
Dover Bay Student Classes Over a period of a few short weeks the IWFF's members (organized by Leo Snye) spent 4 separate days giving a group of about 30 students at Dover Bay an introduction to fly fishing. Sessions on fly tying, casting and theory along with the intricacies of knot tying were presented to each student. Below are posted a group of photos documenting the good days along with the bad.
Instructors gathered day one to plan strategy. Leo Snye leading the class
Leo, Harold and Bernie getting materials ready for first class.
Classroom and materials ready for first group. Bring on the kids......
Regular class teacher John Young..... nothing like a day off
First session seems to be going well. No blood yet
Jack and Harold. Were they REALLY making their students raise their hands......????
Doug managed three students at this table. Good group.
Bob going through the materials list with his group
After watching Harold here I KNEW he would be able to pass the course. I was really pulling for him.
Paul giving the fine details of wrapping body material.
I'm not sure if Gerry was praying his student would finish or.....
Jack demonstrating applying head cement to a very attentive young student.
Bob and student performing a four handed whip finish. Amazing just how quickly these youngsters picked up this skill.
The completed fly. A job well done.
John Snook Jim McCoy and Wayne Pealo get ready for casting group.
Get the rods stung up.....
Wayne giving the group a short demonstration before turning them loose.
And finally the first few casts with a perfect back cast stopped at 10 o'clock.
John Snook, Jim McCoy, Mike Orr and Wayne Pealo on the final day of casting.
Classroom sessions rounded out the course with Ron Moll giving a presentation on knot tying.
Ron's presentation with a huge trout on the screen.....
Ron's group tying knots.
And finally graduation. Bernie presenting some of the diplomas.
Widely reported that the girls got higher marks. Not sure I believe that.....
Leo handing out tickets for a free lunch at the Fish and Game Club. This was sponsored by the BCFFF.