EVENTS


Trout Spey with Jeff Liskay and Dan Pribanic

Saturday May 25th:  8:30-10:30

Discover the world of Lite Spey/Switch for Trout, Bass, and more.

Skating mice, caddis, stoneflies, and cicadas, swinging soft hackles and streamers, or nymphing are all exciting techniques you can utilize using this scaled down version of two handed angling. 

Game Changer Fly Tying Class At CR0

One Night/One Fly: Wednesday, June 12th 6pm-8pm.

Game Changer: You've heard about it, wondered about it. Time to learn how to tie it and fish it.
$25 per person: For intermediate to advanced tiers. Limited to 10 students. Please call shop or stop in to register.

Introduction to Fly Fishing With CRO

One day classes from 8am-11am:
Sat. June 15th • Sat. June 22nd • Sat. July 20th

Learn the basics of fly fishing to get you on the water this summer.

Class will focus on how to cast a fly rod, basic knots, flies for our area, local areas to fly fish, what you need to get started.  Let Chagrin River Outfitters staff of professional fly anglers introduce you to a lifetime of fun in the outdoors.   Cost $50 please call or stop in to register.  

Musky Trips

Location: Primarily lakes, but will be determined at the time of the trip.

Duration: Trips will last 4-5 hours. Weekday trips will start between 4-4:30 and go until dark. Weekend trips will begin based on the conditions at the time.

Timing:  Post spawn fishing in April/May is good, as is June. Fishing stays good until November. Extreme heat in the summer (late July/August) might shut fishing down, or limit it to mornings and evenings.
Weekday evening trips will be either Tuesday or Thursday. Other weekdays can be done by request. 

Gear:  Guides can provide all gear and flies.  11wt and 12 wt fly rods, floating, intermediate, and sinking lines.   Large 8-12 inch flies.

Expectations: Not for the beginner fly fisherman. Anglers should be able to double haul, and cast a 12wt comfortably for 4-5 hours. Expect to throw large streamers (6-10”) on 11wt & 12wt rods using full sinking lines, for large predatory fish ranging in size from 30”-50”  A good day of fishing is typically getting 2-3 shots at fish in 4 hours of fishing.

Cost: $400 for one or two anglers.  Anglers must take turns with two anglers on board.