Emerald Water Anglers Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
One experience redeemed per customer, multiple may be purchased as gifts. Must be 12 years or older. Reservations are required at least two days in advance, subject to availability and weather conditions. Expires one year from purchase date. Please note the cancellation policy of this company.
Imagine yourself lifting your arm for a sweeping fly fishing motion on a river bank. You're not just fly-fishing, you're casting aside a work-focused reality for a few hours to take in nature at her finest. With this experience from Emerald Water Anglers, learn the proverbial heart of fly fishing – the art of the cast. You might just think it’s throwing out a line attached to a hook, but you’ll discover false casting, over-head casts, roll casts, shooting line, and how to properly handle a fly rod like the artsy weapon it is, with lakes, rivers and streams as your canvas. It's relaxation as sport - the ultimate time away from the daily grind.
Getting hooked on a new hobby means mastering some new skills, and today's deal from Emerald Water Anglers will help you cast your interest wide: Pay $30 to enroll in a two-hour group fly casting clinic (a $60 value). Held on the shores of Green Lake or in West Seattle, this hands-on class is designed to teach beginner to advanced anglers 12 years old and up how to master thefundamentals fly casting. To reel the whole school into your new interest, get 90 minutes of private casting instruction for up to five people for $150 (a $300 value) -- a great activity for everyone in your family. A chance like this is really the catch of the day. Want more? Check out Emerald Water Anglers on Facebook.
2 Hour Group Casting Clinic – Single handed rods Fly casting is the proverbial heart of fly fishing. Without it, the fishing aspect would be difficult at best. Group lessons are meant to be fun and educational for all ages and ability levels. Typically we cover the basics of casting and work specifically on false casting, over-head casts, roll casts, shooting line, line presentation, putting the rod and reel together and how to properly handle a fly rod. We want each student to leave the clinic with enough confidence to go out and try it on their own as well as inspire those not sure of their interest in the sport to give it a try. All the instructors have been teaching fly fishing classes for many years as well as guiding in various parts of the country. Their experience with all levels of anglers is an important key to each student’s success. Each has learned different ways to get people past little hiccups in their casting technique as well as making the experience enjoyable. We keep class sizes smaller than others, 6 per instructor, to ensure you get as much attention as possible and have time to ask questions without feeling rushed.