Come & have a go at Fly Fishing this Spring
Posted: Tue, 14 Mar 2017 16:20
Ever fancied having a go at catching a Trout for tea or wondered what it was like to master the art of fly fishing?
This Spring there is a the perfect opportunity to try fly fishing at Elinor Trout Fishery in Kettering. Experienced Licenced Angling Coach Allan Sefton is running a free, 4 hour introductory session on Saturday 25th March (9 – 1pm), ideal for anyone interested in learning how to fly fish for Trout.
The sessions will cover everything associated with fly fishing including casting, fly selection and what equipment to use and when. All tackle will be provided if required although participants are encouraged to dig out any tackle from the shed and bring it along.
It's a great opportunity to find out what its like to fish for Trout at one of the best fisheries in the Midlands, picking up tips from an experienced angling coach. .
James Roche Angling Trust Regional Officer commented; "This is a great way of finding out what fly fishing is really like. Allan is a fantastic coach and provides a brilliant environment for anyone looking to get into the sport and learn a bit more".
Anybody interested in coming along to the next session should contact Allan Sefton on 07850 759751 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone wishing to attend must be in possession of a Environment Agency Rod Licence which costs as little as £3.75 which can be purchased through www.fishinginfo.co.uk