Outdoor news briefs— learn to fly fish . . . boating class
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PORT ANGELES — Waters West, a Port Angeles fly fishing shop, will present “Fly Fishing 101” from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday (Aug. 10).
This half-day class at a local pond will focus on the basics of fly fishing.
All rods, reels, flies and other equipment will be provided, and students should have a good chance at catching fish.
Subjects covered will include basic fly casting, fly selection, line control, reading water and presentation, and playing and landing fish.
Cost is $25, and no fishing license is required.
To register, visit the shop at 140 W. Front St. in Port Angeles, phone 360-417-0937, or visit www.waterswest.com/classes-clinics and click on “Click here to enroll.”
PORT ANGELES — “About Boating Safety” will be offered by the Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 42 Sequim-Port Angeles, on Saturday (Aug. 9).
The course will be held at the Coast Guard base on Ediz Hook in Port Angeles and will start at 9:30 a.m.
Successful attendees will qualify for a Washington State Boater Education Card, required for all boaters younger than age 60.
Cost is $15 per person, or $20 for two.
To register, phone 360-452-1135.
Last modified: August 04. 2014 7:29AM