DAY ON THE RIVER WITH CND December 11,2005

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  1. SPEYBUM

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    River Run Anglers” will be sponsoring a day on the River with Tyler Kushnir of Cnd rods.


    Come join us for a day on the River and cast the Full line of CND Speyrods.
    Tyler is the type of angler who cares little about all the fanfare about spey casting except where it gets the fly over more fish, which in his case means 120', 140' or more on a consistent basis. Luckily he's a phenomenal caster and reaches where most men would not dare to try using his favorite 16' 7" CND Thompson Specialist on big northwest rivers like the Thompson, Skagit, Skykomish and Sauk. Tyler is a teacher by profession and guides at Langara Lodge, British Columbia
     
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    We will be casting from 9:00 to we drop.
     
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    Will you be at McDonald Park? Would like to buy a CND 15' rod and this will be a great chance to try them out.
     
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    At where the Tolt runs into the Snoqualmie. I guess that is also part of the Park.

    Jim
     
  5. DLoop

    DLoop Creating memories one cast at a time

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    Here is a map to River Run Anglers' Speyclave location.

    If you have ever considered learning how to spey cast but have been hesitant to give it a try, this would be a great (& free) session to attend. CND makes some of the most performant, yet affordable (when compared to others) rods out there.

    DLoop - Not affiliated with RRA or CND
     

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