Masterclass: Trout Spey with Whitney Gould

Whitney Gould Trout Spey
Share:
Table of Contents

Guide and casting champion, Whitney Gould, teaches the basics of Trout Spey. This course is ideal for new anglers, but there are nuggets of information for anglers of all experience levels! Own it For Life for only $97.00!
https://courses.anchoredoutdoors.com/courses/trout-spey-with-whitney-gould

 

Whitney Gould is a six-time Spey-O-Rama world casting champion and longtime fishing guide. Considered one of the world’s best two-handed casters, she’s one of the most respected instructors in her field.

Whitney has guided in California, Alaska, and most recently, Montana. She is an OUPV Captain, an Ambassador for Epic Fly Rods, Simms Flyfishing and RIO Products.

Purchase Whitney’s Trout Spey class here.

If you’re a Founding or Premium+Masterclass member, you’ll find this class in your Masterclass dashboard. 
If you’re a Premium member, shoot us an email and we’ll tell you how to access it. 

In this class, Whitney covers:
– Trout Spey Rods
– Trout Spey Fly Lines
– Flies
– Casting Angles
– Reading Water
– Fishing Soft Hackles
– Fishing Trout Spey Streamers
– Single Hand Spey
– Trout Spey Casting

Anchored Outdoors

Anchored Outdoors

Anchored Outdoors is an ever-growing network of fly fishing experts who’ve been brought together by podcaster and fellow outdoorswoman, April Vokey.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Related Stories

Mending is not just a technique but an art that significantly enhances your ability to present flies - be they dry flies, nymphs, or streamers - in a manner that entices fish, transforming luck into skill. One person who knows a thing or two about this topic is Mickey Finn.
Ryan Brod is a seasoned writer whose essays have graced the pages of numerous prestigious publications. In this episode, we discuss fishing in Maine, how to fly fish from a canoe, fishing for carp in tidal waters, what makes us hunters (as anglers), choosing passion over profit in this day and age, and more.
There are a number of casting faults that most new Spey casters tend to make, but today we're going to focus on two of the most common culprits: The Bloody L and the Creep.