Denver Spey Casting Class and Instruction
It’s no suprise to anyone that two handed fly rods are quickly taking over the fly fishing industry.
Fly fishing with Spey rods is now being accomplished successfully in rivers, warmwater and even saltwater. Two handed casting is a great way to cover a lot of water… and fast. Whether you are casting in the surf in Montauk or swinging wet flies to rising trout, spey casting is a great arrow for any fly fisherman’s quiver.
We know that investing in a Spey rod, reel and the different rods can be a intimidating and daunting task so before you dive in head first, join in on our Spey Casting Class to figure our the right gear for your application. There are a multitude of casts involved in fishing two handed rods; perry pokes, single speys, double speys, snap-t’s and snake rolls to name a few. Besides spey gear selection, we cover the casts and their appropriate uses for the application of your choice. A lot of these casts can be applied to a single hand rod too making you that much better of a fisherman with your 9’0″ 5 wt.
Expand your repertoire this year with a Spey Casting Class from Minturn Anglers. We are happy to show you the differences between spey, switch, scandi and skagit and give you the opportunity to try them all. As we stated above, these techniques are a great way to cover a lot of water, at any depth and both upstream and downstream. These techniques can be used everywhere so hone your skills with Minturn Anglers today.
Our Spey Casting Classes are done on the South Platte and the Colorado River and can be incorporated into a guided trip. We also offer this class by request. Our instructors have been fishing two handed rods in spey, switch, scandi and skagit styles for over a decade between them now and have both taken instruction from Tim Rajeff and Simon Gallsworth, both reknowned two handed fly fishermen.
This style of fishing is extremely popular on the North Platte River in Wyoming because of the larger water and the ability to bomb long casts in Wyoming winds.
With the wealth of opportunities and the experienced guidance of our staff, you will leave our Spey Casting Class with the ability to successfully fish with a two handed fly rod. Book your dates today!