The art of fly fishing takes a lifetime to master. To enjoy it, though, you only need a few supplies and a good teacher who can show you how to read a river and identify where the fish are biting. During Sunday's on-water seminar, a Metro Parks guide will do exactly that on Clear Creek, one of only three streams in Ohio that hold brown trout. You'll learn about native game species and the Rockbridge waterway's interesting flow. The free class is intended for fishermen who can cast a fly line and own basic equipment (rod, reel, tackle and waders).

The art of fly fishing takes a lifetime to master. To enjoy it, though, you only need a few supplies and a good teacher who can show you how to read a river and identify where the fish are biting. During Sunday's on-water seminar, a Metro Parks guide will do exactly that on Clear Creek, one of only three streams in Ohio that hold brown trout. You'll learn about native game species and the Rockbridge waterway's interesting flow. The free class is intended for fishermen who can cast a fly line and own basic equipment (rod, reel, tackle and waders).