Keystone College Environmental Education Institute to Offer Fly Fishing Course

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  The Keystone College Environmental Education Institute will offer a six-week Introduction to Fly Fishing Course each Saturday from 10 a.m. – noon from Feb. 2 through March 9 in Lackawanna Hall.

Expert guide Adam Nidoh will introduce participants to the art fly fishing through a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on demonstration. Participants will learn about trout behavior, trout stream entomology, fly-fishing strategies, basic fly-tying and fly selection, and have time for casting practice.

The six-week workshop is open to all ages 14 and older, and is appropriate for beginners and those with some experience who want to refresh their skills.

The cost for the course is $115, which includes the cost of gear. To register or obtain more information, call (570) 575-3927 or email Keystone College’s Environmental Education Institute (KCEEI) offers a variety of hands-on educational activities for those interested in learning about, protecting, and enjoying nature.