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Andras Outfitters Upcoming Clinics

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Single & Two Handed Fishing Techniques for Steelhead  on the Rogue River with Whitney Gould & Rachel Andras.  $150 per person

September 12th 9am-2pm   

(limited to 6 students)   Following up classes would be either a private casting lesson and/or guided fishing day with Andras Outfitters.

To reserve your spot give us a call at 800 488 5794 or email  

Whitney Gould: Whitney Gould: A four-time Spey-O-Rama casting champion, experienced salmon and steelhead guide, talented instructor and expert angler, Whitney is a huge asset to the LTS team and the Simms Ambassador Staff. Her positive attitude and unwavering excitement for Spey casting are infectious, and students are always impressed and motivated by the instruction they receive from Whit. As Guide on the Grande Rhonde River she has had had the opportunity to work with and from the two of the top steelhead guides, Mike McCune and Scott O’Donnell. In addition to guiding in Washington, Whitney guides on the Kanektok river at Alaska West, on the coastal rivers of Northern California and is a certified Two-handed casting instructor.

Rachel Andras travels the world with a fly rod for a living. From trout to tarpon, steelhead to snook, the list of species under her belt makes even the most seasoned angler take notice. Truth be told, Rachel puts in an honest week’s work advising others on their own piscatorial pursuits.  Thankfully for the rest of us, Rachel is equally at ease teaching the mechanics of fly casting as she is presenting a fly to a tailing bonefish, and just as accomplished.  Rachel’s teaching methodology draws from a bachelor’s degree in education, a Mel Krieger centered approach to instruction, and worldwide experience in presentation. Her passion for teaching extends from the young to the young at heart, from first loops to D loops, and from water hauls to double hauls.

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