Join us in our Eagle Fly Shop this Saturday, May 21st, 2016 at 2pm for our second Entomology Workshop with local fly fishing enthusiast, biologist, & entomology expert Matt Schmasow.
Matt will be focusing on what hatches are coming up next in the Boise Area! If you got a chance to see our first class with Matt, the structure will be about the same.
Matt will teach you about:
- Insects we will be seeing very soon!
- Terms we use in fly-fishing to describe different stages of an insects life cycle.
- How and why to imitate these life cycles.
We are planning to have this workshop at 2pm and will take approximately 1 hour (but could go long).
Remember, there are no stupid questions! Now is the time to learn how & why to match the hatch. Everyone is welcome to this FREE workshop!
Call our Boise Fly Shop at (208) 939-6065 or just show up at 2pm on Saturday, May 21st.
Matt Schmasow is first and foremost a fly-fisherman. Born from his love for the sport, Matt pursued an undergraduate degree in the field of insect ecology and now holds a Master’s of Science in Biology from Boise State University. Matt’s graduate work focused on entomology, specifically the social behavior of harvester ants, but his heart has never strayed far from his aquatic ecology roots. In addition to his thesis work, Matt was an NSF GK-12 Graduate Fellow at the Foothills Learning Center where he created, developed and taught biology and geology curriculum to K-12 students, Master Naturalists groups, and the greater Treasure Valley community. Today, he continues to collaborate with the Treasure Valley Beekeeping Club, the Foothills Learning Center, and local high schools to bring biology and entomology education to life.