Double Haul Ball 3/13/13 Long Beach Casting Club Schedule.


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Posted by Shane Chung on 2013-03-13 16:34:31

The Third Annual DOUBLE HAUL BALL

Fly Tying in the Clubhouse: (9am - noon)
FLY TIERS: Dave Valadez, David Wratchford, Alex Cady, Kevin Green, Shane Chung

Casting Pond:
Beginners Circle: refresh the basics, principles of the cast (9 - 10am)
Intermediate Circle: Shooting heads, Oval Cast, Double Haul, (10 - 12am)
FFF CASTING INSTRUCTORS: Bob Middo, John Vanderhorn, Jim Solomon, Joe Libeu, Jeff Priest

Tackle Talk in the Clubhouse: 9am -Noon, open forum, Q&A, plus hands on equipment:
Kim Zetterberg: tackle tips, stripping baskets/safety, Al Q: Knots/DIY fly boxes, Steve Piper: flyfish on a budget

Wilderness Fly Fishers’ sponsored Lunch: (Noon-1pm)

Fly Tying in the Clubhouse: (1pm - 3pm)
FLY TIERS: Matt Abrams, Mike Centofani, Steve Hollowel, Adam Perez, Rich Kanner

Casting Pond:
Advanced Circle: wind casts, over-shoulder cast, backhand,(1pm - 2pm)
Casting for Longevity: proper technique and strength exercises, (2pm - 3pm)
FFF CASTING INSTRUCTORS: Bob Middo, John Vanderho , Jim Solomon, Joe Libeu, Jeff Priest

Tackle Talk in the Clubhouse: (1pm - 3pm) open forum, Q&A, plus hands on equipment:
Bob Middo: making a shooting head, Matt Abrams: braiding loops, Alex Cady, Tod Suttle: line maintenance, Dave Wratchford: tackle tips

A special live performance by our favorite surf band, CHUM at 3pm!
Free Seminar & Demos: 9am to 3pm
EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT FLY FISHING YOUR LOCAL BEACH!

A special thanks to Michael Schweit, president of the Southwest council of the FFF for helping us secure the Long Beach Casting Club, and Larry Carroll, president of the Wilderness Fly Fishers club for hosting this educational day and providing our lunch service!

The One Surf Fly will help support Healing Waters for this years’ Huntington Beach event on April 27th.

(Chum: Bernard Yin, Adrien Anthony & Willy B.)

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