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Rob Snowhite Fly Fishing Consultant

Alexandria, VA, U.S.A.

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Providing expert knowledge and advice to fly fishermen in Virginia, Maryland, Washington D.C., and beyond. Rob offers guided trips in Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. He is your personal trainer, coach, or angling tutor, specializing in urban and suburban fly fishing for warm water species. More than just a guide!

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4508 Hazeltine Ct. #d, Alexandria, VA, U.S.A.
703-401-6429 rob@robsnowhite.com http://robsnowhite.com/
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Quarter Day

Drift Boat / 2 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1-6 People $80.00/per

Half Day

Drift Boat / 4 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1-6 People $160.00/per

Full Day Trip

Drift Boat / 8 Hours / Fly Gear
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Includes lunch. Please inform of any food allergies or aversions.

  • 1 People $320.00
  • 2 People $480.00
  • 3 People $640.00

Fly Tying Instruction

Walk/Wade / 1 Hours / Fly Gear
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$30 per person per hour. All materials and tools provided

Includes use of tools and tying materials. You get to keep all the flies.

  • 1-6 People $30.00/per

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@tywheel helps me in production tying. The magnetic trays are more efficient for picking up hooks and dumbbell eyes than the @regal_vise base. #flytying #snowhitedamsel #flyfishingconsultant
Booking shad trips already. Time to start tying the #snowhitedamsel in bulk. You can buy them @theflyfishingshow in Somerset next week.
Order on way just in time for #theflyfishingshow in Somerset. Unveiling the new #SnowhiteDragonfly aka #ZimmaBug  @harelinedubbin
Hoh Bob Spey tied at Beer Tie last night. Carp flies for Feb beer tie then Shadness Madness flies March-April.
#hohbo class tonight @whitlowsonwilson @tidalpotomacflyrodders half price burgers, $3 pints. All tying material and tools provided
Recipes from today's podcast: 

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Frozen guides all morning, noses and toes too. Distance and accuracy practice for bonefish in the #turksandcaicos bound clients.
@tidalpotomacflyrodders #beertie Monday. We'll be learning the #hohbo with lots of #flytying techniques involved. #hohbospey #intruderfly
By Peter Hermann LocalJanuary 4 at 3:33 PM 
A woman walking in the woods near the Boathouse at Fletcher’s Cove on Wednesday found a violin case containing at least one firearm, and police said they discovered other weapons strewn along the C&O Canal.

At least a dozen police officers descended on the area near the boathouse late Wednesday morning. Authorities called in an explosive ordnance disposal unit, or bomb squad, to help with the search as additional weapons were found.

“At this point, we don’t know how they got there, why they’re here or when they got here,” said Sgt. Anna Rose, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Park Police, which has jurisdiction over the area that runs along the Potomac River.

The discovery was made shortly before noon about a quarter-mile from the boathouse, along a stone wall near Canal Road, a popular route that was closed between Reservoir Road and Arizona Avenue through Wednesday afternoon.

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“Normally this is a pretty quiet area,” said Barbara Joan Saffir, who saw the person who found the case talking with police. She took a picture of police guarding the case, resting on a concrete block near a bridge that goes over the tow path.

Rose said that police searching the area where the violin case was found discovered more guns and ammunition, some in pails, others in plastic garbage bags. Rose did not identify the weapons; she said the firearm in the violin case was a long gun.

“This is a great example of someone who saw something and said something,” she said.
#dongerneedfood @_matt_becka_ was right. This place is amazing. Boom.
Sometimes a good conversation is better than a day on the water. Many thanks to @chagrinriveroutfitters for their hospitality today. #podcast coming soon. #steelhead #smallmouthbass #clams

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