From our observation, A lot of people think that fly fishing for trout is just a case of picking up a fishing rod and thrashing it about on the water. Others think that they can learn everything they need to from friends and family.
The reality is that fly fishing is quite a complex sport. If you are a complete fly fishing novice, starting out with some simple instruction on a Fishing Taster or an Experience Day will get you pointed in the right direction and avoid you getting in a tangle with loads of bad fishing habits that need to be undone.
If you are relatively experienced in fly fishing and are wondering why you’re ability to pull fish from the lake is less than adequate, it may be that a One to One fly fishing lesson will sort that out for you. And, if you have children, a session on the Kids Pond will be great fun for them and you.
Whatever your aspiration, properly learning to fly fish will really enhance your enjoyment of the sport as well as ensure that you start your trout fishing career with as many of the right habits – and as few of the wrong habits – as possible.