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Learn to Fly Fish with Tenkara, Private Water

Date: Sat, May 6
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
3 spaces available
Tenkara 102 - Learn to Fly Fish with Tenkara on private water.
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Lincoln Hills Fly Fishing LOCATION: Lincoln Hills
TRIP DATE: Fri, 28 Apr 2017
NUMBER OF ANGLERS: 2
TIME ON WATER: 8 hours
NUMBER OF HOOKUPS: 35
NUMBER LANDED: 23
RATING: GOOD  
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How The Kiwi’s Turned Angling into Hunting
– Apr 20, 2017

By Robby Cribbs Three years ago, I took a bucket list trip down to New Zealand’s South Island. I was really excited after watching countless videos on YouTube of people landing monstrous brown trout in gin clear water. And, from the looks of it, it seemed quite easy given the water clarity. I booked a […]

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Stream, River and Stillwater Restoration and Improvement

Matthew Burkett leads Angling Aquatics a fisheries management and interactive design/build stream improvement which takes a river from preliminary evaluation to monitoring and maintenance. A design/build approach ensures a successful, efficient and cost effective project is completed by experienced professionals specialized in enhancement projects with an eye for the angler. We also provide consulting services acting as owner reps and developing fishing opportunities reports for property marketing and sales. Typical design/build projects follow a 10-step procedure as outlined below.

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  1. Fish the property
  2. Define the project goals
  3. Initial evaluation and identification of existing conditions
  4. Develop concept plan and preliminary cost estimate
  5. Review plans and costs with client to develop final plans
  6. Final analysis, engineering and ecological review
  7. Prepare Final Design-Build Plans and Construction Cost-Estimate
  8. Obtain permits and permissions
  9. Construction phases
  10. Monitoring and Maintenance