Tall Timber Fly Fishing Schools
All-Inclusive Lodging & Dining Package, Pittsburg NH
Wading Into Our Second Decade of Fly Fishing Classes in New Hampshire's Unspoiled Wilderness!
Beginning anglers and experienced fly fishers alike will appreciate a weekend of fly fishing classes at Tall Timber's Fly Fishing Schools in Pittsburg, NH. Broadside's enriching classes in the art of fly fishing are held in the Connecticut Lakes Region of New Hampshire, offering some of the best trout and salmon fishing in the northeast. Details on our 2013 classes are below.
Tall Timber's 2013 Fly Fishing School Line-Up
Simplified Fly Fishing ~ Broadside International ~ May 31 to June 2
Simplified Fly Fishing ~ Broadside International ~ July 12 to 14
For fifteen years now, Tall Timber has hosted successful fly fishing schools offered by Broadside's International angling team. The program provides an in-depth introduction to the wonderful world of trout and trout fishing with the fly, and all aspects of the sport are covered in the Simplified Fly Fishing program.
Each Weekend will include fly fishing excursions to nearby waters during "peak" times. Instructors Angus Boezeman (left) and Alan Erdossy bring over 40 years of teaching experience to the Tall Timber programs. In addition to sharing their enthusiasm for fly fishing with anglers from Japan to the Canadian Maritimes, their International Exchange brings the finest fly fishing craftspersons to the world market.
From your first knot to the "tug-tug-tug"of a trout,
TTL courses mean successful days astream
and afloat all season long.
We received the following letter from a former student:
Tom & Everyone:
Please pass this along to Alan and Angus if you can....
Many thanks for everything this past weekend. The fly fishing school was superb, much better than I expected. The pleasure of Alan and Angus' company was surpassed only by their knowledge and enthusiasm of this great sport. I feel like I have learned from the very best. I probably have.
I'll be back up as soon as possible to get back into the river......thanks again for everything. This was a great experience.
Simplified Fly Fishing - Broadside International
May 31 to June 2, 2013 and July 12 to 14, 2013
Personalized instruction in casting, wading, insect identification and fly selection. Streamcraft and tackle customization are introduced in the classroom and reviewed streamside. Learn a variety of techniques and skills specific to fly fishing New England waters, and practice them during prime fishing times on the Northeast's premier fly fishing stream, the Connecticut River. This class is designed to help participants catch trout consistently, year-round.
Workshop Fees are $565.00 and include:
- Lodge Room or "Basic Cabin" Accommodations at Tall Timber Lodge*
- Meals from Dinner Friday (served at 5:30 PM) through Sunday Breakfast (two dinners, two breakfasts, and one bag lunch)
- Housekeeping and Dining Gratuities
- N.H. Rooms & Meals Tax (9%)
- Tuition and Material Fees
- Year Membership in the Federation of Fly Fishers
- Rod, reel and waders for Simplified Flyfishing school students
* The following units are considered "Basic Cabins": White Birch Apt. 1 and Silver Birch Apt. 2, Alder #2, Beech #3, Cedar #4, Balsam #5 and Chuck's Cabin. This rate is for students only - guests of students staying in the cabins will pay for the other half of the cabin base rate separately. Students that request an accommodation upgrade will be charged the difference between the school lodging price and the upgrade price.
To Register Call Tom, Judy, Corinne or Rita at:
1-800-83-LODGE or email: BroadsideI at AOL
3:00 to 5:00 PM Students arrive and check-in
5:30 Meet, Greet & Eat Dinner in the Rainbow Grille
7:30 Classroom - History of fly fishing, equipment review and knot tying upstairs in the main lodge
8:00 AM Breakfast
9:30 Casting instruction on Back Lake
12:00 Lunch - picnic by the Connecticut River followed by stream entomology, proper wading techniques and how to fish and present different flies
3:30 Classroom - Identify and discuss different flies
7:00 Let's Go Fishing - Connecticut River
9:00 Classroom - Video
5:30 AM Let's Go Fishing - Connecticut River (the early bird catches ...)
10:00 Classroom - Class review and Q & A session
Itinerary may change due to weather conditions
If you have questions concerning the school, you can e-mail instructor and Licensed N.H. Fishing Guide Angus Boezeman and instructor Alan Erdossy.
Q. Do I need to bring my own equipment to attend the Simplified Fly Fishing Class?
A. No. For the Simplified Fly Fishing students we can provide rods and waders if you do not have your own equipment, but of course feel free to bring and use your own. To reserve equipment, we will need pant and shoe size information when you make your reservation.
Q. Do I need a fishing license?
A. Yes. You will need a N.H. Fishing License, which you can purchase when you check-in at Tall Timber.
Q. What is the ratio of instructor to students?
A. The instructor to student ratio is typically 1 to 3. Classes are kept small to ensure that you get personal attention.
Q. My spouse / guest would like to accompany me and we would like to stay in a basic cabin. What is the extra cost?
A. A spouse / guest of a student staying in a basic cabin will be charged for the other half of the cabin base rate and meals separately. Students that request upgraded accommodations will be charged the difference between the school lodging price and the upgraded price.
Q. What is not included in the cost of the school?
A. Alcoholic beverages in the Rainbow Grille & Tavern are not included.