(GPS Address: 1232 John F. Kennedy Dr.)
(Registration has ended for the May 19th event. Please check back for upcoming events!)
This event will be limited to the first 60 youth participants to register, so don’t delay!
The Bay Area Youth Fly Fishers is a collaborative partnership of Bay Area Fly Fishing and Conservation organizations dedicated to enabling a new generation of fly fishers and conservation minded youth.
Girls and boys will be introduced to a sport they can enjoy for a lifetime with family and friends. The age range for this May event is narrow by design (2017-2018 school grades 4-7). It’s aimed at drawing younger families who value fun learning activities for their children and reward patience and practice. This event is the first in a year round program of activities with rewards designed to reinforce accomplishments and skills progression. Kids will learn about Fly Casting, Knots & Rigging, Fly Tying, and Conservation – all they’ll need to fish with family, friends, mentors and guides.
09:15 am Check-in opens
10:00 Welcome, BAY-FF Overview, Event Schedule, Activity Sessions
10:30 Morning Activity Sessions
12:00 noon BBQ Luncheon
12:45 Afternoon Activity Sessions
2:15 Treats, Refreshments & Wrap-up
2:30 Free time to practice & re-visit Activity Areas
3:00 pm Event Closing
The Fine Print
Youth participant tickets are $8.00; Adults and non-participating youth are free
Youth must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, and the liability release forms below must be signed for minors and adults in order to participate.
Please review the waivers below, print, sign, date and bring them with you to turn in at the event.
Note on 5/16: Please note that the liability waiver forms have now been revised by legal counsel to include the city of San Francisco. These replace the previous forms. All attendees (parents/guardians signing for their youth attendees, volunteers, non-participating adults) are required to sign these new forms and turn them in at the event check-in table on May 19. If you do not have a printer available, we will have extra blank copies available at check-in. We apologize for the inconvenience to those who may have already signed the prior liability waiver forms.
Adults will be able to observe their kids, and in small groups learn fly fishing skills as well.
What to bring? Clothing layers, rainwear, sun/safety glasses, hat, sunscreen, notebook/pen.
Questions? Contact us.