.I'm pretty excited about the event for a few reasons. First, I actually got my start in Spey casting and 2-handed rods in the context of trout fishing when I was living in West Yellowstone about 17 years ago. So this "new" thing that people are really getting into is something I've been talking about with my friends for a while now. I'm happy to bring some new fun into people's fishing lives. Second, I'm excited because I'm going to be helping out at the event, and presenting some of my ideas alongside great folks like Simon Gawesworth, Rick Wollum, and Keith Balfourd. I'm guessing that I'll learn as much as I teach!
I dont have my presentation dialed in yet, but my plan is to talk about Spey casting with single-handed rods, and how the family of Spey casts can be used within the context of trout fishing with dries, swung wets, nymphs, and streamers. I might even have an example of using a Spey cast to catch a bonefish one time.
Anyway, if you are interested in Trout Spey, and are in the area, I'd love to see you there at the event and meet some fellow Loopers.
The event website has all you need to know... http://bigskyanglers.com/spey-days/
Take Care and Fish On!
PS - My original Trout Spey FP is here...