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Old 02-21-2013, 01:02 PM
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Default Re: Fly fishing for school credit?

I've heard there's a "flyfishing option" students can choose for the "baccalaureat" in France(A level?)I did some classes about fish,rivers,streams and flyfishing in several highschools...pupils enjoyed them
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As I learn more about fly fishing, it strikes me that there may be enormous potential to use fly fishing as a curriculum to teach the physics of fly line momentum, biology of insect life, art of fly tying, geomorphology of rivers, environmental science of conservation, political science of fish & game management, and a myriad of other applied arts and sciences all in a uniquely engaging setting that no other curriculum could offer

totally agree with you
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