Two hands are better than one!
Staff for Single Hand Casting and/or Spey Techniques
Mary C. Ostrowski and David P. Pierce are Fly Fishers International Certified Casting Instructors (FFI CIs)
Good fly casting skills are one of the key aspects in presenting a fly well, helping you fish efficiently, effectively and enjoyably. Whether you are a beginner, or self-taught and want to focus on improving your casting skills with better form and accuracy, take a class for an excellent foundation of fly-casting knowledge and technique. Mary and David also mentor those who are candidates for CI Certification. Casting is fun and we love the art of the cast, and you will too!
It's Easy to Do and Easy on You!
Richard Ostrowski, THCI
The Maine Spey Casting School is focused to teach the traditional and easy way to spey cast by powering the caster with the technique to present the fly to the fish using a Single Spey, Double Spey, Snake Roll, Snap T, and other two-handed casts, all of which are derived from the simple Roll Cast. The traditional spey cast is the fundamental basis for all types of two-handed casting. Classes for individuals or groups of 3-5 are at a very reasonable cost.
Richard Ostrowski is a Certified Two-Handed Casting Instructor (THCI) and the first person in Maine to be awarded that particular certification from Fly Fishers International (FFI), a network of the best casting instructors in the world. THCI candidates must pass both an oral and performance test that demonstrates their two-handed teaching and casting abilities, as well as the skill to analyze faults and give clear corrections. He has something in common with Alexander Grant too; he has a passion for violins as well as two-handed rods!
With a lifetime experience fly fishing and over 20 years as a spey caster, Rich understands the frustration of achieving the perfecting cast, and most important, he can correct mistakes that may stall one's progress. A good teacher will accelerate your progress and correct flaws. Learning to spey cast correctly is truly an investment in yourself!
Put your hands on a two-handed rod and consider giving spey casting a whirl!