Fly Fishing Entomology Workshops on the North Fork Yuba River with Baiocchi’s Troutfitters
Over the years I have noticed a real interest in aquatic entomology by fly anglers who are new to the sport or those that are experienced yet have not taken the time to learn about the bugs. Understanding the insects and non insects that reside in and around our rivers and lakes will give the newcomer the knowledge it takes to make accurate decisions on fly selections and presentations. This summer I’m offering basic “on site” entomology classes that will shorten the learning curve for students and help them make accurate identifications while on the water. Understanding trout food will bring more success to any angler, and broaden their horizon to the fascinating world under the currents.
The class is limited to 6 students, price: $100. Payment in full secures your spot.
Dates for 2018:
-July 15th, 2018
-July 21st, 2018
To reserve your spot, contact Jon HERE
What We Provide:
-Handouts including a hatch guide to the waters of the northern Sierra
-Collection tools & equipment
-Identifying the major aquatic insects that inhabit Sierra freestone rivers, streams, and creeks
-Terrestrials and their importance in the summer months for trout
-Live sampling and understanding bug behaviors
-Fly selection and how to “match the hatch”
What To Bring:
-Clothing appropriate for the day’s forecast (NOAA Weather Link)
-Wading boots or water shoes
-Comfortable folding chair
-Drinks, snacks, lunch
-Notebook and pencil
-Fly fishing gear if you plan to fish in the afternoon or the evening rise.
(Contact Jon if you’d like to book him for the evening rise after class)
-Camping gear if you plan to spend the night, Wild Plum Campground down the road is the best campground on the river and is located right on Haypress Creek, near the upper North Fork of the Yuba River!
To book your spot, or for more information contact Jon Baiocchi with any questions you may have. We look forward to spending the day on the river with you and advancing your knowledge on aquatic insects for more success on the rivers of the northern Sierra!