3 Days For Just £375 Inclusive
To be held at:
Friars Carse Hotel on the River Nith in Dumfriesshire, March 26th to 28th, 2012
This course is designed for both newcomers to the sport and those who have taken it up recently and need to learn more about fishing for Salmon. If you have never done it before or you have trouble covering the river effectively this is course for you!
We will be covering all of the following topics over the 3 days and you will be fishing the river with all the casts we will
continue reading>> Salmon Fly Fishing Course – River Nith, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
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Norfolk Fly Fishing is very pleased to announce that we are offering another fabulous fly fishing in scotland guided trip. The guided fly fishing trip will be on the River Teviot in the Scottish Borders and as usual I will be on hand to ensure you have a terrific fishing experience and show you great casting techniques with both single and double handed rods – whatever your ability!
The Fishing There are 4 rods available for the week (6 days) or on a
continue reading>> Spring Fly Fishing Trip On The River Teviot In The Borders Of Scotland
I find it is a good idea to check through all your fly fishing equipment in the month or two before the fishing season starts.
There’s nothing worse than turning up for your first day’s fishing to find that something is missing, or the floating line is sinking, or the flies are mixed up or the wrong size, or the reel has jammed up; need I go on.
I am sure these and many more problems have happened to us all at some time or another so let’s see what we can do
continue reading>> Fly Fishing Equipment – Pre Season Checkup
I have just read an excellent article in the Express.co.uk about fly fishing women. I’ll put a link at the bottom of this post, but in a nutshell the article talks about three British women’s journey into the wonderful world of fly fishing. The lovely ladies in question are: Martha Thomson, Lucy Bowden and Carol-Anne Armstrong.
I have to say that as a game angling instructor I have found that over the many years I have been instructing, there has been a significant and welcome increase in women taking up the sport either individually or with their partners.
continue reading>> Fly Fishing Women
In Fly Fishing Basics part 2 we take a look at the two building blocks of fly fishing:
The Roll Cast and The Overhead Cast The Roll Cast
Watch the video
We use ‘clock face principal’ where your rod tip is pointing to the water at 8 o’clock and pointing vertically at 12 o’clock Grip the rod as if you are shaking hands with someone Start with the rod tip at the water (8 0′clock) Lift your rod to the 12 o’clock position with your thumb, pointing vertically, just off your right eye (assuming you are right
continue reading>> Fly Fishing Basics | Part 2
I am happy to announce that I have recently added another great fly fishing location here in Norfolk from where I will be running extra beginners and improvers fly fishing lessons. See dates below.
Blackdyke Fishery in Feltwell, Norfolk has just been opened to the public and comprises of a terrific 8 acre lake that has in fact been established for several years. The fishing is proving to be all you would want from a small stillwater; there are plenty of hard fighting fish, all in the peak of condition.
Situated on the edge of the Norfolk fens,
continue reading>> Fly Fishing Lessons At Blackdyke Fishery, Norfolk
So you’re looking for some fishing gifts ideas are you? I know a lot of you are looking for something great to buy for your nearest and dearest (especially at this time of year), so I’ve put together a few ideas for you to consider slipping into their fishing stockings this Christmas.
Of course, being a fly fishing instructor, my small list of fishing gifts ideas does tend to err on the side of the fly fishing enthusiast.
1. Fly Fishing Gift Vouchers
2. The Best Fly Fishing DVD On The Market
continue reading>> Fishing Gifts | Gift Ideas For Fly Fishing Enthusiasts
These fly fishing basics are part 1 of a series which I will do my best to update as often as possible. In the video below, I give you some basic tips on rods and reels and I also talk a little about fly fishing vests. In this post, however, I will go into a little more detail about your basic fly fishing outfit.
I’m putting these basic tips together really for
continue reading>> Fly Fishing Basics | Part 1
Tweet Saltwater Fly Fishing Trip – 15th September – There’s So Much More To It Than Just Fishing!
The early morning drive across north Norfolk is always an absolute pleasure: the mist in the hollows and the light as dawn breaks over the sea on the horizon is a sight that never fails to fill you with awe and wonder.
As you motor through the villages, where the day has yet to start for most of the inhabitants, down the narrow roads leading to the coast, the wildlife simply abounds:
the rabbits on the verges pay little attention to
continue reading>> Saltwater Fly Fishing | Norfolk, UK
So you’re looking for an awesome fishing holiday in Scotland, are you? Well, you’re in luck! The dates for the fabulous fly fishing courses and guided fishing trips on Loch Awe have finally been set for the 2010 season.
Where You Will Be Staying
Loch Awe is situated in some of the most stunning scenery in the Scottish Highlands and the impressive Portsonachan Hotel is situated on the east shore of the loch boasting its very own jetty and small harbour.
The Portsonachan Hotel, Loch Awe, Scotland
The Porstonachan’s large conservatory overlooks the loch, where you can enjoy
continue reading>> Fishing Holidays Scotland – Portsonachan Hotel, Loch Awe