Czech Nymphing, Polish Nymphing, French Nymphing , Double Nymphing, Euro Nymphing, Dry Fly Fishing, Duo, Klink and Dink, New Zealand Dropper, Dry Dropper, Trio…What do they all do? You might have tried some of these methods but you might also be as confused as I was.
Whilst there is clearly nothing as exciting as seeing a fish take a well presented dry fly from the surface, we are not always lucky enough to have the conditions necessary to just fish a dry fly. That is when you can turn to some of the methods listed above to make sure you get the most from your days on the water. So where do you start?
You can do what I did, which was to read everything I could get my hands on, watch every video ever released or book myself onto courses with members of the Czech, Welsh and English National Fly Fishing Teams…. Or you could book a lesson with somebody who has already done those things.
There is no doubt that all of these methods are derived from traditional fly fishing techniques and that basic rod handling and casting skills will benefit anyone wanting to try some of them.
Our lessons are designed around whatever it is you want to learn or work on. Click Here and contact Trevor to discuss your requirements.
- Single handed casting tuition by the hour.
- Fly fishing taster sessions.
- Beginner, intermediate and advanced level casting and fishing lessons
- Instruction in traditional and modern fly fishing techniques
- Guiding on private beats of the Welsh river Dee
- Available to guide on your local water where permitted
Regular teaching venues include beats of the river Dee around LLangollen, Corwen and Bala and Chirk Fishery, a picturesque and well stocked stillwater nestled alongside the river Ceiriog.