The Annual Casting Clinic invites potential new members and the public to “try it out”; have an opportunity to explore and improve fly casting with Joe Libeu and other experts, meet members of our club over a picnic lunch, and enjoy a morning at the park.
Please help spread the word. Join the Fly Fishers of Orange Country (FFCOC) for a ½ day session on casting with a fly rod.
Date still to be determined.
Free Casting Clinic
Join the Fly Fishers of Orange Country (FFCOC) for a ½ day session on casting with a fly rod.
For those new to fly fishing or wanting to learn more about this fun and exciting way to enjoy our great outdoors.. Join us! Expert casters and fly fisherman will be hosting a casting clinic at Mile Square Regional Park in Fountain Valley to demonstrate and coach attendees in basic fly casts, tips for intermediates, ways to improve your casting… which will improve your fishing!
We’ll also have a BBQ lunch after the sessions so you can neighbor with FFCOC members and avid fly fisherman. Share info on the great spots to go fish, ideas on the best gear to get started with, learn more about our club
What to Bring? If you have a favorite fly rod, reel, line and leader.. Bring it. If not, the club has equipment for you to use. Bring sunscreen, hat and eye protection (sunglasses or glasses).
Where: Mile Square Park – Shelter 1 at the South Pond
from southbound Interstate 405 - Exit Warner Avenue and travel east to Euclid Street (about 1¾ mile), turn left on Euclid Street, turn left into first park entrance (there is a $5.00 parking fee). Shelter 1 is at the pond just past this entrance.
Directions from northbound Interstate 405 - Exit Euclid Street and turn left at signal traveling north on Euclid past Warner Avenue (about 1 mile) , turn left into first park entrance (there is a $5.00 parking fee). Shelter 1 is at the pond just past this entrance.
Although the casting clinic is free, you must RSVP
to attend. Please RSVP to Art Prangley: FFCOCcasting@sbcglobal.net
or call 714-270-7090 as these clinics do fill up and we’re limited to how many we can accommodate.