I'm one of the few people I know who would rather spend the day out chasing the gills than the lunker bass. Tonight I got skunked again with a bobber/worm/maggots, but the flyrod saved my night. I managed to catch 3-4 fish in the last 30-40 minutes of daylight. Now I want to learn more about using a flyrod for panfish. Does anyone have an hour or two to show me the ropes? I've watched youtube videos and think I have the basics down, but actually being able to spend time at the water with another fly fisher would be a huge benefit for me. I have a book about fly fishing, but it focuses a bit too much about trout. I'm in Akron, so going to a local pond / stream in the evening is pretty easy for me. Thanks in advance.