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Learning To Fly Fish

Posted on July 29 2009

Non-experts having fun, learning to fly fish.
Photo: Cameron Miller

At Deneki Outdoors, our lodges are totally focused on providing a fly fishing experience that’s second to none. Does that mean that you need to be an expert to fish with us? Heck no.

Three of our four lodges are great places to learn how to fly fish. At BC West, we’re not shy about the fact that you need to have some days under your belt to really appreciate the experience. At Alaska West, Andros South and Chile West, our guests range from actual first-time, never-picked-up-a-fly-rod-before anglers, to world-traveling angling experts.

Here’s why Alaska West, Andros South and Chile West are great places to learn how to fly fish.

  1. You will catch fish and you’ll have fun doing it. Our remote fisheries are really productive and have extremely low angling pressure, and that means you’re going to be successful. Having too many people around screws up the fishing. Catching fish is fun.
  2. Our guides are really patient and skilled in working with anglers of all ability levels, including first-timers.
  3. We run instructional programs designed to help people get better at particular types of fishing, like our Bonefishing Schools at Andros South, for example.
  4. The atmosphere at our lodges is really low-key and you don’t need to by shy about what you don’t know. Our people, guests and staff alike, are going to share in the fun that you have when you get it right!

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