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Casting & Fishing Course Dates at Friars Carse, Scotland
 

February 27th to 1st March

Arrive for group dinner on the 26th then instruction/guiding & fishing on 27th to 1st March before packing up late afternoon & heading for home. Cost £815pp inclusive of 3 Nights DB&B.
(accompanied non fishers sharing a room £235).

March 13th to 15th

Arrive for group dinner on the 12th then instruction/guiding & fishing on 13th to 15th before packing up late afternoon & heading for home. Cost £850pp inclusive of 3 Nights DB&B.
(accompanied non fishers sharing a room £255).

 

April 19th to 21st

Arrive for group dinner on the 18th then instruction/guiding & fishing on 19th to 21st then head for home late afternoon on the 21st. Cost £895pp inclusive of 3 Nights DB&B.
(accompanied non fishers sharing a room £275).

July 3rd to 5th

Arrive for Group dinner on the 2nd then instruction/guiding/fishing on the 3rd to 5th, pack up late afternoon & head for home. Cost £969pp inclusive of 3 Nights DB&B.
(accompanied non fishers sharing a room £329pp nights).

 

October 23rd to 25th

Arrive for group dinner on the 22ndthen instruction/guiding/fishing on the 23rd to 25th then after lunch its time to pack things up & head for home. Cost £865pp inclusive of 3 Nights DB&B.
(accompanied non fishers sharing a room £265pp).

November 6th to 8th

Arrive for Group dinner on the 5th then instruction/guiding/fishing on the 6th to 8th before it’s time to head home in the afternoon. Cost £865pp inclusive of 3 Nights DB&B (accompanied non fishers sharing a room £265pp)

 

Please Note:

 

  • A minimum of 2 anglers are required for each course to proceed.

  • In the event the river is unfishable a local Stillwater will be used.

  • A non refundable deposit of £150 is required to reserve your place. (this is refundable if not enough people on the course)

  • It is recommended that you have holiday insurance in place just in case

TEL. 07760 884450     EMAIL. info@cheshireflyfishing.com

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Cheshire Fly Fishing's events catering for both the individual client as well as larger corporate groups.

Whether you're a complete beginner or an experienced fisherman,
Cheshire Fly Fishing's locations and team of professional instructors will ensure you all get the absolute most out of your precious time on the river.

Events

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Fly Fishing course overview

Here's a general outline of the 3 days. Sessions may vary to cater for everyone's ability. Day of arrival at the Hotel meet your hosts & fellow anglers. Walk of the beat. Set up of equipment ready for next days action. Course days Update on the river conditions. Learn or recap any of the casts that you that you may need for the days ahead. Maybe learn some new techniques.
Discuss fly selection and where you are likely to find the fish. Break for lunch. Back to the casting practice or out on the river. Group evening meal, Fly trying - have a go.

Some details about our Fly Fishing courses

Your Instructors

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ian is a qualified Advanced Professional Game Angling Instructor in Single Handed techniques (trout/grayling/sea trout) and holds a Game Angling Instructors Certificate in Double Handed (salmon) techniques, he will be on hand to teach you the use of single & double handed rods along with more advanced techniques for the more experienced angler.

 

Ian is one of Orvis Endorsed UK Guide & has been fishing the beat for over 10 years.

 

Pat is a qualified Advanced Professional Game Angling Instructor in Single Handed techniques (trout/grayling/sea trout) and likes fishing ‘tight line’ methods. He holds a Game Angling Instructors Certificate in Fly Dressing.

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Single or Double Handed Techniques

  • Fly Fishing Equipment: Rod, Reel, Lines

  • Overhead, Roll & Jump Roll casts

  • Adapting to the wind

  • Line management techniques

  • Wading safety & Etiquette

  • Knots & leaders

  • Which flies to use

  • Spey Casts

  • Snap casts

  • Presentation casts

Tackle

 

Ian is one of the Orvis Endorsed UK Guides & some of their equipment will be used throughout the course.

 

If you already have your own please bring it along. You will also need to bring the following:

 

Waders / wellingtons, cap, sunglasses and wet weather clothing.

Fly tying instruction

After a day on the river why not try your hand at fly tying, under the expert guidance of Pat Stevens.

Tie up something to try out on the fish the next day.

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