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The Calif. Heritage Trout Challenge: Why and How

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The Calif. Heritage Trout Challenge: Why and How 121

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This presentation is designed to inform participants of all skill levels about what the California Heritage Trout Challenge is, and inspire them to participate. Content will include why this is something you should consider, how to approach the logistics of travel, where to go and what flies to use. The presentation is delivered through the lense of both a beginner and an advanced flyfisherman, appealing to a wide audience. You will learn about habitats, geographic location and fly selection for each of the 10 native trout species, including: Coastal cutthroat, Lahontan cutthroat, Steelhead, Eagle Lake trout, Warner Lakes Redband, Goose Lake Redband, McCloud River Redband, Kern River Rainbow, Little Kern Golden and California's State Fish, the California Golden Trout.

Instructors: Russ Carpenter teaches Fly Fishing and Science Communication at Stanford University, holds a bachelors in Fisheries from Humboldt State University and is a lifelong California resident and fly fisherman. Sarah Trenschel works at a tech company whose mission is to make government more accountable and efficient. She devotes all of her free time to fly fishing and improving her cast and attributes her early successes to the HTC and diverse fishing situations she found herself in while completing the program over 6 months. They will share their insight and experiences from fishing for all 10 native trout species in California.
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Instructor:Sara Trenschel and Russ E. Carpenter
Day:Friday
Location:Classroom 1
Time:11:45 - 1:15