A Student’s Perspective

Hearing feedback from students at School of Trout is interesting to all the instructors, as it informs our individual and collective teaching approaches.  I lead all the casting instruction, and in the perpetual work of refining my own understanding of how best to teach fly casting, I especially welcome hearing any commentary from our students.

Here’s a link to an article about School of Trout, written by a student from October’s class:https://www.hatchmag.com/blog/what-i-learned-school-trout/7714929?fbclid=IwAR20-Lk4qYNuz789ZIYSt-M0pq5jeQg0E8AGHVUAC3fHTTqv9vZFNQVkgaQ  

Above:  School of Trout students dissect the casting stroke of Tom Rosenbauer.  (Their assessment, by the way, was that Tom’s stroke is mechanically sound.)