Cutthroat Anglers Fly Fishing Fall 2014 Guide School
Do you want to be a fly fishing guide in some of the best streams and rivers on the planet? Get started by attending Cutthroat Anglers Fly Fishing Guide School. Our Colorado fly fishing guide school will teach you everything you need to know to become a professional fly fishing guide.
You will have expert instruction from professional guides that know more than basic first aid. Our seven-day course will give you the change to get the personalized instruction you need to earn the certifications and knowledge you need to be a fly fishing guide in Colorado as well as other places across the globe.
Every Fly Fishing Fanatic Knows That It Is Not Difficult to Make Our Course Fun
You will not have to sit in a classroom for an entire week at Cutthroat Anglers Fly Fishing Guide School and pretend to cast in the hallway. We will take you out and show you what Gold Medal streams and high mountain lakes in Colorado have to offer. Going to our Colorado fly fishing school is like going on an intensive fly fishing vacation. Instead of walking away with a few trout, our students walk away with the ability to be professional Colorado fly fishing guides.
A Little More About Our Course
Our fly fishing guide school will include first aid training, CPR certification, drift boat certification, and everything else you need to know about fly fishing. Our instructors will teach you everything you need to know from years of experience on the job. Learn more than advanced aquatic entomology, boat fishing, and wake and wade technique. Also, learn about what being a fly fishing guide is really like.
Earning a Fly Fishing Guide Certification Is Easier Than You Think
We always strive to keep class sizes small, and you can expect an instructor to student ratio of about 2:1. After the successful completion of your coursework on the last day, you will be a certified fly fishing guide. Stay in Colorado, or go to Patagonia (even though we really hope you stay in Colorado). Call us at 970-262-2878 today.
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