I received a phone call from Jean asking if I could help here with river fly fishing, she was getting very frustrated at the way it had been going for her, we had a play with the casting and got that going better, then we moved to the fishing, Jean said she was really struggling to catch anything, we started with a dry so Jean could see everything going on in front of her, the first fish came up and the lift into the fish was a little on the slow side so the fish was there and gone before Jean had lifted the rod, then another one came up from know where and was missed, then a fish on, a nice grayling, it was a slight shame as we had got slightly surrounded by other people fishing, why they had to come so close when there is seven miles of fishing to go at never fails to amaze me, a few more missed fish and then another one was hooked but came off at or feet, the good thing was Jean had a lot more confidence with her fishing and the crowd that decided to try to fish our run caught nothing at all.
June 19, 2013
Well Done Jean
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