Guided Fly Fishing Trips, England
in association with Hardy Greys
- Fly Fishing Trips -
May to Sep
2016 | Up to 10 People Per Trip.
- Fly Fishing - The Derbyshire
June & July
2016 | Up to 6 People Per Trip
Fly Fishing -
Jul to Oct 2016 | Up to 4 people Per
Fly Fishing Lessons at Blackdyke Trout Fishery in
happy to announce that I have recently added another great fly fishing location here in Norfolk from
where I will be running extrabeginners and improvers fly
details and dates here>>
Fly Fishing Norfolk (Blackdyke)
Exclusive Private Lake in
the Heart of Norfolk
Day trips available - May to Sept
2016 | Up to 10 People Per Trip.
These lakes are set in the heart of the
rolling Norfolk countryside, where you can relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility of
this idyllic fishing location.
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.
it? Situated on the edge of the
Norfolk fens, the fishery sits within easy reach of Bury St Edmunds, with Newmarket to the
south, Kings Lynn and Swaffam to the East, Wisbech, Ely and Cambridge to the
Contact me for
Getting there by
Airports are London Stansted Airport or Norwich
What fishing gear to
normal fly fishing gear (9‘ or 9’6” rods and floating lines.)
Don't have any fly fishing
gear? We can arrange
fishing gear for hire at £10 per head (including: rod, reel & line, nylon, 1 pack of flies,
scissors and priest.)
The Itinerary For The
Day: We start at 9.30am and you will be met at
the local inn and taken down the winding country lanes to the lakeside log cabin with all
Coffee will be served, followed by a briefing by
the lake and then a quick demonstration of the casts and tactics most likely to succeed
on the day.
Those of the party who fish regularly go off to
try their hand, while the less adventurous will have a chance to practice under the watchful
eye of Tim, your Instructor. He will take everybody to a suitable place to catch a
The fish in these lakes are hard fighting Rainbow
Trout and can be up to 3lbs in size; some even more than that.
A BBQ lunch will be served at 1pm followed by more
fishing until 4.30 when tea will be served and the catch weighed in.
To make this a fun day out, there will be prizes
for 'the best novice' and 'the best experienced fisherman', 'the biggest fish' and the
After this you can carry on fishing 'til dusk or
leave happy and contented.
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One day’s Fishing Licence available if needed - @
NB. This trip would make an excellent
corporate fly fishing day.
Trout Fishing the Derbyshire Wye
Day trips available
- June & July 2016 | Up to 6 People Per
A day's guided fishing on the River Wye,
covering all aspects of dry fly and nymph fishing on a limestone
The Derbyshire Wye is probably the most
historic trout fishery in the north of England and one of the few rivers in the UK that
rainbow trout have naturalized. Here you will have a chance to catch brown trout, wild
rainbow trout and grayling.
Getting there by car from the North:
take the M1 south, turn off to Chesterfield
at junction 29 and follow the A617 to the city and then take the A619 to Baslow. Here take the
B6012 to Rowsley. From the
South, take the M1 north to junction 28 then take
the A38 to Alfreton and the A615 to Matlock. From Matlock take the A6 for 6 miles to
Where will you be
fishing? You will be fishing on the Haddon Estate water, which runs
from the town of Bakewell through to Rowsely, some seven miles in all. The fishing is divided
into sections (beats) and you will be allocated a beat in the morning and changing over to
another one in the afternoon.
Who will be taking care of us on the
trip? Tim Gaunt-Baker or one of his staff will be on hand throughout the
day to advise you on the best tactics for the conditions. Like all our trips we will also be
there for any extra fly fishing tuition that you may need.
We meet at the Peacock Hotel at
Rowsley in Derbyshire, one of the famous fishing hotels in England, for breakfast. This is
followed by a briefing for the day, the hand out of fishing maps and
permits. Breakfast, and lunch on the river
bank are included and the fishing will
be from 9.30 am to dusk.
What fishing gear to bring with
you: 8’6" to 9’ rods, #4 and #5 floating lines plus your usual
fishing gear. We do have rods reels and lines available to hire should you need them at £20 per
head (including: Hardy's rod, reel & line, nylon, a pack of flies, scissors and
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Trout Fishing in Yorkshire
The Rivers Derwent, The
Yorkshire Esk and Driffield Beck
days fishing trips - July and Oct
2016 | Up to 6
You willbe staying at the
Hackness Grange Hotel
set in the hills and dales of the North Yorkshire moors near Scarborough.
accommodation here will be on a half board basis for the three nights. As you arrive on the
Thursday evening you will be greeted by Tim Gaunt-Baker, who will introduce you to the rest of
the group and be your guide for the duration of the
trip. After dinner Tim will give a short introduction as to what to
expect from the three days fishing trip.
Getting there by car from London and the
south, you take
the motorway network to the A1 near Leeds then the A64 to Scarborough. A detailed map from there will be
available upon booking the trip.
the North and West, take the motorway network to Leeds AI and then the A64
Day 1: We will be fishing for wild brown
trout on the River Derwent, adjacent to the hotel, where there are 6 miles of river to explore. We will
have lunch on the river bank, followed by more fishing in the afternoon with a break for tea around 4.30pm. We
will carry on fishing for the evening rise, finishing around 7.30pm, then back to the hotel for dinner and relax in
the bar where the stories of the day's fishing will no doubt be told.
2: We'll have an early breakfast and then depart to the Yorkshire Esk some 20 miles away
where we will fish the Egton stretch of the Esk for the day. Lunch today will be at the Three Horseshoes at
Egton Bridge, then we will fish until 5.30pm and return to Hackness across the Moors, through Heartbeat
country. (Heartbeat is a famous British TV series set in the Yorkshire Dales.) We will be
back in time to relax in the lounge and recount the tales of the day’s successes before our
final night's dinner.
Day 3: We will check out of the hotel
after breakfast and travel south for a day's fishing on the Driffield Beck, Britain's most northerly Chalk
Stream. Lunch today will be in the fishing hut on the river bank. The fishing on this river is upstream for
dry fly or nymph only and stalking the fish is name of the game .
You can fish here until 5pm and then you can make your way back to the motorway network via the M62 just
half an hours drive away.
Bring: 8’ to 9’ rods taking 3# to 5# lines, waders and all your usual fishing
gear. As previously
reels and lines are available for rent if necessary for £20 per head (including: Hardy's rod, reel &
line, nylon, a pack of flies, scissors and priest.)
Contact for costs and further
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