Grand River Spey Gathering Spring 2008

Grand River Spey Gathering Spring 2008

Well, after several months of planning, and many many helping hands involved, the Grand River Spey Clave held at Bean Park in Paris, Ontario last Saturday was a tremendous success! Randy Wilson began planning this event when there was still snow on the ground. Attendance shattered that of other similar claves in Ontario. There were about 100 people in attendance, great food, great coffee, door prizes, and best of all….great people!

 

Grand River Spey Clave Update

Well, after several months of planning, and many many helping hands involved, the Grand River Spey Clave held at Bean Park in Paris, Ontario last Saturday was a tremendous success! Randy Wilson began planning this event when there was still snow on the ground. Attendance shattered that of other similar claves in Ontario. There were about 100 people in attendance, great food, great coffee, door prizes, and best of all….great people!

 

Spey Casting Instructors:

Courtney Ogilvie kicked off the day giving demos of casting techniques and correcting errors and bad habits in spey casting. Courtney made the trip from BC to attend and demonstrate in any aspect of spey fishing. He was on hand to give free demos, one on one style so that attendees could get the most out of the short time they had with him.

“In this time of impersonal relationships and greed it is refreshing to find characters of genuine care and values. Ogilvie Outfitting as committed to providing only the most memorable experiences and Top Quality products in the world of Fly Fishing; Bar None!Courtney Ogilvie” Courtney can be contacted at: www.ogilvieoutfitting.ca

Neil Houlding, a certified FFF casting instructor from Cambridge Ontario was out to give a demo on casting and outfitting yourself for spey fishing, particularly spey fishing on great lakes tributaries in Ontario. From chasing big Spring trout on dries to Steelhead in the dead of winter Neil can get you into the thick of it. A well versed guide equally at home pitching spoons for kings or spey for steel.Neil can be contacted through www.flyfishontario.ca

A very special thanks goes out to Randy Wilson! Randy, without your dedication and efforts this event would never have been so successful! Visit: www.grandriverspey.ca for upcoming events!

 

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