If you are interested in a free day fly fishing for grayling on a beautiful river and you are a woman angler this could be an event to attend.
The Wye in Derbyshire, near Bakewell, is a river I regularly fish. It is clear, beautiful, easy access and full of fish. The wild rainbow trout will still be active, but clearly, we will be targeting the grayling. There is no wading in the river so a long handled landing net is a good idea.
Tuesday 28th October 2014 is the day we have arranged. But if the weather is awful it will need to be rescheduled.
We are hoping for women fishers who are new to river fishing, able fishers or any stage in between. If you don’t have any equipment, let us know and we should be able to get you fishing.
Support and advice will be available. Though if you have not learnt to cast a line this may not be a day to learn, though you are welcome to come along and watch. You could have a go, casting safely without a hook on the line. Bring your Polaroid’s and a cap with a brim or peak.
If you intend fishing and don’t have an environment agency licence you can get one quite cheaply for the day. Check out ‘Licence to fish’ page to see how to proceed. You cannot fish a river without a licence.
Please pass on this message to anyone you know who might like to participate.
All enquiries and to book contact Irene