CCAC
Sunday, April 21, 2019
Topics > Sports and Recreations


Go Hiking! West Hills Hikes
$69.00 (1 section available)
Go hiking at Montour Woods Conservation Area to explore over 10 miles of trails that include community connections to Moon Park, the Montour Trail, and other greenway connections in the works. Navigate land around former Nike missile site and enjoy sustainable woodland trails, streams, a waterfall, human and natural history that is all part of the Hollow Oak Land Trust. Come and appreciate the protected and preserved greenspace. Some trails may include steep slopes and flood plains so hiking boots are strongly suggested. The first class will meet at the Montour Woods Trailhead parking area located on Hassam road approximately 200 yards up the hill from the Montour Trail Hassam Road trailhead.

Golf Beginning
$69.00 (9 sections available)

Explore the fundamentals of beginning golf. Emphasis will be placed on grip, stance and swing fundamentals as well as chipping and putting. Rules and etiquette will also be discussed. Bring an iron, wood and a putter to class. In addition to tuition paid to CCAC, golf courses carry additional range and ball fees payable to the sites at the first class.


Golf Intermediate
$69.00 (5 sections available)

Students will review the fundamentals and advanced swing techniques for more power and focus on intense work on their short game, bunker techniques and playing from uneven lies. Prerequisite: Golf Beginning or equivalent. In addition to tuition paid to CCAC, golf courses carry additional range and ball fees payable to the sites at the first class.


Introduction to Kayaking
$29.00 (1 section available)
Venture Outdoors Trip Leaders introduce you to the basics of preparing for kayaking. We'll discuss the gear you'll need, where to go in the region, and other information you need to have a successful paddle.

Self-Defense and Awareness
$39.00 (1 section available)
This course will bring increased awareness, by providing tips, explanations and practice to better understand good or bad surroundings anywhere or anytime to help avoid unnecessary risks. Students will learn self-defense and how to make it easy to understand basic defensive skills, which will help create more opportunities to get away from an attacker and seek help.

Tying Warm Water Flies
$89.00 (1 section available)
Tying Warm Water Flies is designed for the angler who wants to tie his or her own flies for pursuing warm water game fish. In this course, you will learn how to choose the right fly pattern for the fishing situation and begin to build a working selection of warm water flies. Topics to be covered include: fly design, fly size, fly color, and fly selection. Warm water flies fall into the following categories: top water flies, floating/diving flies, subsurface flies, and bottom bouncing flies. You will learn to tie patterns from each category (for example, the sparkle grub, the Clouser deep minnow, the crippled minnow, and the Clouser crayfish). Some tools are required: vice, scissors, bobbin, hackle pliers, bodkin, whip finish tool, and hair stacker. Students will not need to purchase tools for the first day of class. Materials and hooks will be provided. Sign up for the companion course, Warm Water Fly Fishing, in Summer 2019!

Warm Water Fly Fishing
$99.00 (1 section available)
Warm water fly fishing refers to fly fishing in waters that aren't cold enough to support trout or other cold water species like salmon and steelhead. In this course, you will learn how to target panfish, largemouth and smallmouth bass, musky, and carp with a fly rod. Why fly fish in warm water? Pound for pound, warm water game fish are some of the hardest fighting fish that swim! Warm water game fish are usually found close to home. And finally, fly fishing for warm water species can extend your fishing season well into the summer months - after the trout streams have warmed up. All aspects of warm water fly fishing will be covered, including: tackle, fly selection, retrieval techniques, casting, knots, habitat, and catch and release. The last session will be "on the water" at a private fly fishing only bass and panfish lake with your instructors.

 
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