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Women’s Fly Fishing in Littleton, Colorado on May 12

Come join the Colorado Women Fly Fishers and Colorado Parks and Wildlife for a day of beginning fly fishing, Saturday, May 12 at the Kassler Center at Chatfield Reservoir in Littleton.

Devote an entire day learning the art of fly fishing and you’ll find a relaxing and rewarding hobby for your lifetime!  Classes will include casting, equipment, rigging, knot tying and fly selection. The $20 fee includes coffee / tea during registration, lunch, instructors, flies, and all equipment needed.  Attendees are welcome to bring their own rod if they want to learn on their own.

WHAT: Women’s Beginner Fly Fisher Course

WHEN: Saturday, May 12, 8 am to 4:45 pm

WHERE: The Kassler Center at Chatfield Reservoir

DIRECTIONS: From C-470, take the Wadsworth Boulevard exit and go south.  Go past Chatfield Reservoir and turn left on Waterton Road. Parking will be located on the left side of Waterton Road in the Waterton Canyon parking lot. The Kassler Center is located right across from the parking lot on the other side of Waterton Road.

HOW:  You may register online and pay through PayPal by going to colowomenflyfishers.org and look for Womens Fly fishing Weekend under announcements. $20 fee; Participation is limited to first 40 paid participants.

For more information, email coloradowomenflyfishers@gmail.com or go to colowomenflyfishers.org for more information and an application.

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