Grand River Spey Clave 2011 Demo Schedule

The Grand River Spey Clave originated in 2007 and over the years had become one of the biggest Claves in North America. Top instructors from around the world have attended and shown their skills in Traditional, Skagit, and Scandinavian Spey techniques on the banks of the picturesque Grand River (Lower Grand Water Shed). Scott Mackenzie and Gordon Macleod where the highlights of last year’s Clave coming all the way from Scotland.

Here’s the full schedule for the Grand River Spey Clave on October 15th

8:AM-9:00AM

Set up & meet and greet

9:00AM-9:30AM

Courtney Ogilvie-Rythn & Blues Approach to Understanding Spey Casts

9:30AM-10:00AM

Raynald Menard:

The basic and simple way to start spey casting.

10:00AM-10:45AM

Steve Rajeff:

Casting techniques,rods/lines to optimize Traditional,Scandinavian and Skagit styles of spey casting

10:45AM-11:15am

Larry Halyk:

Dry line steelheading and fishing with the riffle hitch

11:15AM-11:45AM

Mike Barrand:

The importance of switch and single spey casts

11:45AM-1:00PM

Lunch

Larry McGratton—Friends of the Grand River

Larry Mellors–Grand River Fisheries management Plan

1:00PM-1:30PM

Doug Swift:

Spey casting switch rods with Airflo Compact Skagit and Speydicator lines

1:30PM-2:00PM

David Bishop:

How to present and swing a fly from a double hand

 

2:00PM-2:30PM

Rick Kustich:

Fishing aspects of the two handed rod with regards to rigging,presentation and covering water

2:30PM-3:15PM

Steve Rajeff:

Casting techniques,rods/lines to optimize Traditional,Scandinavian and Skagit styles of spey casting

3:30PM-5:PM

Raffle & Play time

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