The Federation of Fly Fishers are holding their first Fly Fishing Faire, including seminars, classes and fun stuff.
A jam-packed dawn-to-dusk schedule of fly-fishing classes, free seminars and activities is on tap for the Southwest Council Federation of Fly Fishers’ first Fly Fishing Faire, Sept. 13-16 in Mammoth Lakes, announced Michael Schweit, president of the 24 club organization.
Headquartered at Cerro Coso Community College, 101 College Parkway in Mammoth, the Faire will be a potpourri of the sport with clinics, workshops, films, casting, fly-tying, vendor displays and every aspect of the sport utilizing both the school and nearby Eastern Sierra waters.
Adult admission is $10 with children and teens age 16 and under admitted free. One admission is good for all Faire days.
Some workshops and seminars will be included in the Faire admission; other classes have separate registration or instructor and materials fees. Hours are Thurs., 2-5; Fri., 8-5; Sat.; 8-5; and Sun., 9-3.
Featured film presentation will be The International Fly Fishing Film Festival (IF4), 13 short and feature length films – about two hours – produced by professional and amateur filmmakers from all corners of the globe, showcasing the passion, lifestyle and culture of fly-fishing.
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