Taking The Mystery Out of Spey
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About the Event
Jeff Liskay will take us through the basics of spey fishing. Spey is a fly-casting technique that evolved in Scotland in the mid 1800's. It is named after the river Spey - one of Scotland's premier salmon rivers. Now this technique is used worldwide and for an abundance of different fish species. Jeff will cover single hand spey, two hand rods, reading water flows, swing locations, and go to flies specific for the Great Lakes Region during this presentation.
This presentation will be great for beginners and advanced anglers to get a better understanding of spey fishing!
This presentation is free and all are welcome to attend.
There is a paid ticket option, which supports the payment of the speaker.
About Jeff Liskay:
Jeff started his fishing obsession in the Great Lakes at 11 years old. His foundations lie in conventional gear, but he grew a passion for fly fishing. He is a widely respected for his spey casting instruction, dedication to chasing chrome, formidable multi-species knowledge and dialing in Big H20 fly venues like Walleye & Drum. He's a frequently requested presenter, podcast guest and contributor. He's spent his life supporting the fishery as a Founder of the Ohio Central Basin Steelheaders and by spreading his passion for the Great Lakes through his relationships across the region and industry brands. Today, Jeff is not only a premier fly fish guide, instructor, host and ambassador, but also an advocate for fishing handling and Great Lakes preservation.