Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Fishing Lessons in New Hampshire: Family and Youth

The purpose of this post is to let people know about a new service that we have added to our Family-Youth Fishing Programs.  The new program is conventional fishing, or as many say, "spin fishing or worm-n-bobber fishing."  You might wonder why a fly-fishing guide and fly-casting instructor would offer such a program? Well, I believe in the following:

  • Pay if forward by giving my time and expertise to my fishing community.
  • Provide a memorable outdoor experience for boys and girls.
  • Supporting families interested in cost effective, outdoor educational experiences. 
  • Lastly, fly-fishing can be very challenging and frustrating -- for a first time positive fishing experience, sometimes the right thing to do is to teach basic-conventional fishing skills. 

 Family Fun 

Conventional Fishing: Spin - Lure - Worm-n-Bobber

For many kids, and even for adults, fly-fishing is a challenging sport
to learn -- it's not something you can learn in one day.  So, why not start with conventional fishing (i.e. worm-bobber & lure).  Here's how it works and our goals:

My goal is to teach both the parent and child.  We work as a team with the desire to provide a memorable life experience for your child -- hopefully they will love the experience and will continue fishing.  I will teach you fishing technique's that you will use for the rest of your life, even for fly-fishing.  



NOTE:  To all concerned parents; to be a licensed guide and certified instructor, a state and national criminal background check has been performed. Parents or guardians must be present at all times.
      
Rate: Conventional Fishing (Donation Only)
  • Cost: suggested minimum donation: $5.00 per person
  • Hours: (2) hours minimum  
  • Maximum Capacity: (1-4) people
  • Age: Between 6 and 16 years, and parents/guardians 
  • Monday-Sunday
  • Home Base: Seacoast New Hampshire

Final Word

As a young boy, fishing was a very positive experience for me.  As an adult, fishing continues to be a positive force in my life -- I can't imagine my life without the opportunity to be outside, on a river. With that in mind, I offer this program because I want kids to have the same opportunities that I had. To be clear, and based on the donation only payment system, money and profit are not my goals -- being an educational resource for my community is.  

Please feel to pass this information onto as many parents as possible, and let's get ready to go fishing!  

For more information about our donation only Family-Youth programs, please visit:  http://firstcastflyfishing.blogspot.com/p/lessons-guiding_22.html

Thanks for reading.

Mark




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