Alan Thomas Soltys-Gray fishes for salmon. (Courtesy Photo | Tony Soltys)

Alan Thomas Soltys-Gray fishes for salmon. (Courtesy Photo | Tony Soltys)

Fly fishing classes coming up

No gear required to sign up

Veteran fly fisherman Tony Soltys will offer an entry-level fly-fishing course on Jan. 29 and Jan 31 from 6:45-8:45 p.m. at Thunder Mountain High School.

Soltys, who has taught fly fishing workshops since 1993, will be assisted by his grandson, Alan. No equipment is necessary for the course, which will be offered again Feb. 4 and 6.

“The essential information to get you started fly fishing roadside waters in Juneau will be covered,” a press release stated.

To register for either courses, contact Suzanne Ainsworth at Community Schools at or 523-1761.

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