Salmon fly fishing
Spey Casting Made Easy, salmon
fly fishing and Spey casting tuition
|Spey casting secret - making the 'D' loop|
“Spey Casting Made Easy” is an all-inclusive package that aims to teach efficient salmon fly casting and fly fishing (including a fly tying evening) and is suitable for beginners or more experienced anglers. They will learn how to cast easily and efficiently and how to assess conditions to employ the most likely tactics for success with salmon fishing. The two day of salmon fly fishing school will commence on the evening of the first day, at The Kenmore Hotel, Kenmore, and continue through Saturday and Sunday. Course participants can practice their new found skills on the hotel's beat of the R Tay and convert the school into a fishing break.
This is a rare opportunity to share experience and knowledge with Ally supported by Dr Andy Gowans an expert in salmon and salmon fishing. Bookings will be accepted on a "first come" basis and are limited to 6 participants. The price of £520 includes two nights stay at the hotel with full board, snack lunches and tea/coffee during breaks. Further day/s salmon fishing locally is available from the hotel. Additional night's B&B at the hotel costs £46.50. There is a supplement of £15 for single occupancy. Non fishing partners are very welcomeand are charged at £60 for DBB. Executive room supplment £20 per room per night. Other salmon rivers in the area include the Lyon, Tummel and Garry and there are a number of nearby rivers and lochs containing brown and rainbow trout.
A deposit of £100 per person is required to secure a booking for the course. (Deposits are non-refundable unless the place is subsequently filled.) The full amount of course fees (or balance as appropriate) must be paid by 28 days in advance of the school, otherwise the booking will be cancelled. Course Fees are non-refundable from 28 days in advance of the school on any bookings cancelled.
Bookings please contact:
The Kenmore Hotel,
For queries about the school program and content contact Ally:
Alastair Gowans BSc APGAI & FFF Master Instructor
Tel 01796 473718
Email Ally Gowans
What you need to bring
The only real essentials that you will need are suitable outdoor and waterproof clothing. Rods, and reels can be provided free for use during the course sessions. Guests are however encouraged to learn with their own equipment because that instills confidence in what you are using. If you wish to purchase any equipment or clothing there are several excellent fishing tackle shops in the area including Kate Fleming’s at Blairgowrie and Malloch of Perth should you require to purchase anything.
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