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Old February 24th, 2005, 07:18 AM
Padishar Creel
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Default Spey Casting School in Quebec?

I saw an ad recently for a week of Spey Casting for Atlantic Salmon? A
couple of days of instruction followed by 4 or 5 days of serious fishing on
all the lodges rivers you want. It costs something like $2400 for the week,
lodging, food, equipment and locale transportation included. Seemed like a
pretty good deal and it was Orvis endorsed FWIW.

Has anyone ever done something like this? And if so, what was your
experience? I can't find the ad again but the specifics I mentioned above
are close, I think.

Chris




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Old February 25th, 2005, 01:28 PM
Peter Charles
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On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 22:18:34 -0800, "Padishar Creel"
wrote:

I saw an ad recently for a week of Spey Casting for Atlantic Salmon? A
couple of days of instruction followed by 4 or 5 days of serious fishing on
all the lodges rivers you want. It costs something like $2400 for the week,
lodging, food, equipment and locale transportation included. Seemed like a
pretty good deal and it was Orvis endorsed FWIW.

Has anyone ever done something like this? And if so, what was your
experience? I can't find the ad again but the specifics I mentioned above
are close, I think.

Chris



There are plenty of Atlantic Salmon lodges in Quebec but how many have
spey casting instructors is a big ? A google search will turn up a ton
of lodges.

I was speaking to one of the employees at Salmo Nature in Montreal
(Orvis shop) about their two-handers and he said they didn't have much
experience with them and they're one of the top shops in the area.

Peter

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