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leah kirk


BOISE, Idaho – Thousands of the world’s fly-fishers – from first-timers to seasoned professionals – will turn their eyes to the Boise Centre for Fly Fishers International’s 2018 Fly Fishing Fair and FishFest, Aug.7-11. Registration for the Fair and FishFest opens June 6, announced Len Zickler, President, and CEO of the worldwide conservation/education organization.

               The conglomeration of events includes FishFest, some 75 fly-fishing or fly-tying workshops, the Fly Fishers International Learning Center and two-day Youth Camp, announced Zickler. The 2018 Learning Center program Aug. 7-11 includes a four-day potpourri of workshops “designed to develop and improve skills and knowledge in the areas of tying, casting, fly fishing and conservation,” said Zickler.            

               “FFI’s Women Connect Group will host a three-day beginner’s tying workshop, a three-day intermediate tying workshop, and a three-day fly fishing workshop. The tying and casting workshops are vast – both in number and variety. Whether a beginner, an expert caster, looking to achieve certification, a professional tier interested in earning the Fly Tying Group Bronze Award or virtually anywhere in between, you are guaranteed to find something of interest to you with on-stream casting and fishing courses or the multitude of non-angling workshops with options to explore the area, learn about local issues or explore a craft,” he said.

               FishFest, scheduled Aug. 9-11, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., will feature fly-fishing celebrities, authors, manufacturers, destinations and a casting pond in the 80,000-square foot facility. Demonstrations and presentations are scheduled by Dr. Gary Borger, Dave Whitlock and Brian O’Keefe along with tackle from Orvis, Patagonia, RIO Products, Sage, Scientific Anglers and Simms as well as Idaho-area fly shops, guides, lodges, and artists.

               Admission to FishFest and all associated activities are free with advance Fair registration or day pass entry.  Day passes are $10 with entry free for children 11 and under.  Advance Fair registration, including sponsor swag and an access to all Fair activities, is $35 per person or $45 for a family.

               Information on the Fly Fishing Fair, FishFest, Youth Camp and Learning Center is at or Fly Fishers International, (406) 222-9369.