Come to the show!!!! SEE SOME GREAT PRESENTATIONS AND DEMONSTRATIONS. SVTU WILL BE THERE AS WELL!
36TH ANNUAL ANGLING SHOW
Saturday, March 12, 2011
Hanley Center for Athletic Excellence
Georgetown Preparatory School
10900 Rockville Pike, North Bethesda, MD (see directions @ bottom of post)
MATT SUPINSKI, “Great Lakes Tributary Fly and Light Tackle Fishing for Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout” and “Tailwater and Spring Creek Trout Tactics.”
BEAU BEASLEY, “Prime Fishing Locations in the Mid-Atlantic Region.”
DAVE ROTHROCK, “Early Season Trout Tactics”
ALAN CAOLO, “Fly Fishing the Flats for Stripers and Tropicals.”
WENDELL “Ozzie” OZEFOVICH, “The Little-Known Real World of Trout.”
JOHN RANDOLPH, “The Golden Age of Fly Fishing.”
JOHN MINGO, “Fly Fishing the Montana Spring Creeks–The Rainbows of Paradise.”
DUSTY WISSMATH, “Getting Started in Fly Fishing.”
JOE BRUCE, “Fishing and Outdoor Photography.”
CASTING CLINICS AND FREE CASTING DEMONSTRATIONS
FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2011
Special Pre-Show Casting Clinic1:30-4:00p – CASTING CLINICS with MATT SUPINSKI, DAVE ROTHROCK, and TOM SADLER.
1:30-4:00 FLY-CASTING MASTER CLASS with MATT SUPINSKI. Matt Supinski, the guide who wrote the book on Great Lakes tributary steelhead fishing, will conduct this 2.5 hour Master Class, and will provide a personal critique of your fly casting technique and improvement, including standard single handed, switch rod and spey casting. Attendees should indicate when they sign up which type of casting they want to work on. Don’t miss this rare opportunity. Class will be held indoors at the Hanley Center Field House on the Georgetown Preparatory School campus in North Bethesda, MD. MASTER CLASS FEE $100.00. Advance registration and payment required. Space is limited. Participants should bring their own rod, reel, and line. For information and to register, email Will Hellams at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Will at 864-940-3160, or email Dalton Terrell at email@example.com or phone Dalton at 336-971-8468.
1:30-4:00 FLY-CASTING CLINIC with DAVE ROTHROCK and TOM SADLER. Both widely recognized professional casting instructors will provide this 2.5 hour individualized Clinic for casters at any level, from beginner to advanced, seeking an extended opportunity to improve fundamentals and specialty techniques. The Clinic will be held inside the Hanley Center Field House on the Georgetown Preparatory School campus in North Bethesda, MD.
CLINIC FEE $75.00. Advance registration and payment required. Space is limited. Participants should bring their own rod and reel; however, equipment can be supplied with advance notice. For information and to register, email Will Hellams at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Will 864-940-3160, or email Dalton Terrell at email@example.com or phone Dalton at 336-971-8468.SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2011
9:00-10:30a – SPECIAL FLY CASTING MASTER CLASS with MATT SUPINSKI: “Casting Fundamentals.” This is a 1.5-hour small group master class with personal instruction by expert fly casting instructor, guide and author, MATT SUPINSKI. STOPPED HEREThe session will be indoors. Bring your own casting outfit. The number of class participants will be limited to six students. Fee $50; advance registration and payment required. For information and to register, contact Will Hellams or Dalton Terrell.
FLY CASTING CLINICS: One-hour small group fly-casting clinics with personal instruction will be offered indoors at the show on the half-hour from 9:30a until 4:30p. Clinics will include sessions for Beginners, Kids, Women, Parent & Child, and Distance Casting. The expert fly-casting instructors include: Kiki Galvin, Mark Kovach, Dusty Wissmath, Dave Rothrock, Tom Sadler, and Duncan McGrath. The fee for adults is $35 and for kids under 17, $25. Registration in advance is recommended. Bring your own rod; a limited number of loaner rods is available. To register, contact Will Hellams or Dalton Terrell.
Plus: A host of tackle and fly shops, guides, silent auction, raffles, grand sweepstakes prizes, book & DVD sales and autographs, expert casting and fly tying instructors, activities for children, and environmental organizations.
Show profits are donated to local and national watershed conservation projects.Directions
From the Capital Beltway Outer Loop (from Baltimore and points east)
Georgetown Prep is located about 1 mile north of the Capital Beltway. Take Exit 34 and head north on Rockville Pike (route 355). Turn left into campus at the traffic light at Strathmore Avenue.
From the Capital Beltway Inner Loop (from Virginia and points west)
Exit the Capital Beltway onto Old Georgetown Road (Route 187, Exit 36). Turn left off the exit ramp onto Old Georgetown Road. Proceed for about 1.5 miles. Turn right onto Tuckerman Lane. Follow Tuckerman Lane for about 2 miles and turn left onto Rockville Pike (Route 355). Go almost a half mile and turn left into campus at the traffic light at Strathmore Avenue.
Heading south from the I-270 Spur (from Gaithersburg, Frederick and points north)
Exit the I-270 Spur onto Old Georgetown Road (Route 187). Follow the signs to Old Georgetown Road, North. Turn left onto Rt. 187. Within a 1/4 mile, turn right onto Tuckerman Lane. Follow Tuckerman Lane for about 2 miles and turn left onto Rockville Pike (Route 355). Go almost a half mile and turn left into campus at the traffic light at Strathmore Avenue.
Heading north on Rockville Pike (From D.C., Bethesda and points south)
About 1 mile after passing the Capital Beltway, turn left into campus at the traffic light at Strathmore Avenue.
Heading south on Rockville Pike (From Rockville and points north)
Georgetown Prep is located on Rockville Pike (Route 355) just south of White Flint Mall. Turn right into campus at the traffic light at Strathmore Avenue.