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Salmon Fly Fishing Course – Friars Carse Hotel, Dumfries – 16th – 14th April 2014

Would you like to reserve a place on this fabulous

Salmon Fly Fishing Course in Dumfries, Scotland ?

 

 See also>>> WINTER GRAYLING FISHING – FRIARS CARSE HOTEL,  DUMFRIES – FEB 26 TO MAR 2, 2014

Friars Carse Fishing Breaks

 

 

Some of the Subjects Covered During the Course

  • Equipment set up and how maintain it
  • Wading safely
  • Roll and Jump Roll
  • Spey Casts
  • Snap casts
  • Line management
  • Knots
  • Reading the water
  • Etiquette
  • The use of shooting heads and Skagit lines
  • Fly selection and tying

 

Salmon fly fishing scotland

Course Dates

6th – 14th April, 2014

 

Location & Directions

Location:  Friars Carse Hotel,  Dumfries

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How to get there

From the south – take the M6 & M74 to Gretna Green.

Take the A75 to Dumfries and after the third roundabout, take the A76 to Kilmarnock.

Friars Carse is approximately 7 miles up this road on the right.
From the A1 – take the A66 to Penrith then the M6 and M74 to Gretna Green.

Take the A75 to Dumfries and after the third roundabout take the A76 to Kilmarnock.

Friars Carse is approx 7 miles up this road on the right.

 

 See also>>> WINTER GRAYLING FISHING – FRIARS CARSE HOTEL,  DUMFRIES – FEB 26 TO MAR 2, 2014

 

For Further Details & Booking Information

Contact Tim Gaunt-Baker at Norfolk Fly Fishing here

 

Tim Gaunt Baker

Winter Grayling Fishing – Friars Carse Hotel, Dumfries – Feb 26 to Mar 2, 2014

 Fishing & Guiding, 

followed by a competition

with Tim Gaunt-Baker A.A.P.G.A.I – Hardy Greys approved guide.

 

 

See also>>> Salmon Fly  Fishing Course –  Friars Carse Hotel, Dumfries – 16th – 14th April 2014

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Details

Arrive Wednesday night 26th February, 2014

Fishing 27th February to 2nd March

Tuition 27th – 28th

Competition on 1st & 2nd March

 See also>>> Salmon Fly  Fishing Course –  Friars Carse Hotel, Dumfries – 16th – 14th April 2014

Friars-Carse-Hotel -Dumfries

Cost

4 days – £298 including Dinner, Bed & Breakfast and Fishing

2 days – £148  including Dinner, Bed & Breakfast and Fishing

Extra night – £46 per person per night.

 

Friars Carse Fly Fishing Trip

 

Directions

From the south take the M6 &M74 to Gretna Green.

Take the A75 to Dumfries and after the third roundabout, take the A76 to Kilmarnock.

Friars Carse is approximately 7 miles up this road on the right.
From the A1 take the A66 to Penrith then the M6 and M74 to Gretna Green.

Take the A75 to Dumfries and after the third roundabout take the A76 to Kilmarnock.

Friars Carse is approximately 7 miles up this road on the right.

 

See also>>> Salmon Fly  Fishing Course –  Friars Carse Hotel, Dumfries – 16th – 14th April 2014

To Book Your Fishing Trip

 

Contact Tim Gaunt-Baker at Norfolk Fly Fishing here

OR

Contact Nick Brown at Friars Carse Hotel  here

 

We look forward to seeing you there! 🙂

Tim Gaunt Baker

 

Spring Fly Fishing Trip On The River Teviot In The Borders Of Scotland

Contact Us Now About This Trip And All Other Fly Fishing in Scotland

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 half week basis (3 days Monday to Wednesday or Thursday to Saturday).
Single or group bookings are welcome.
The River Teviot is a major tributary of the famous River Tweed and joins the Tweed just at Kelso. The beat we will be fishing is some 6 miles upstream of the junction and has excellent holding pools for salmon and sea trout; there is also a good head of wild brown trout.
Whatever the conditions, you have a choice of fishing. The access to the beat is good with a single track to the fishing hut, which is situated in the middle of the beat.  Wading is good in most pools and we recommend you bring your chest waders.
Where You Will Be Staying
We will be staying in Kelso or Jedburgh, both a short drive from the fishing. The Scottish Borders at this time of year are at their most attractive and there are many interesting places to visit for any non-fishers to enjoy. Kelso holds a major fly fishing show on the 29th &  30th May, giving you an opportunity to see some of the new innovations from the tackle manufacturers and maybe treat your self.
How To Get There
From the south, take the A1 north to Newcastle then the A696 to Otterburn then the A68 to Jedburgh.  From Edinburgh airport, take the ring road A702 and the A68 south to Jedburgh.  Complete instructions will be available on receipt of a confirmed booking.
What Fishing Gear To Bring?
Bring with you: 9’ to 10’ trout rods 13’/14’ double handed rods, floating and sink tip lines or shooting heads if you have them. Also bring, your net, wading staff, waders and your usual fishing gear. If you do not have a suitable rod or outfit, I have a selection from the Hardy & Greys ranges available for hire at a nominal price (details available on request).
More Fly Fishing In Scotland With Tim Gaunt-Baker

I look forward to some great fishing in Scotland with you soon.

Until next time 😀