The last two weeks have been amazing, the sun has been shinning, flies hatching and some real good sport to be had, not only that I have been rushed off my feet ( not even time to write my blog) Today was a little more relaxed, I was teaching Mr Alun Davies at the Lake Country House and Spa a very nice location indeed, It was a relaxing day as Alun didn’t want to start early ( not so good for the fishing ) but Alun mainly wanted to learn to cast, so all the usual stuff safety, setting up the gear, stance/how to hold the rod and then on the roll cast off both shoulders, Alun got to grips with the basics in a short while, so we then moved on to overhead casting which always a little more difficult but Alun got the basics of it going quite well, so after a short lunch break Alun asked if we could try and catch a fish, the one main problem on the fishing front was the waster was choked with weed, not to mention clear blue skies and rather warm temps, but never say never, we moved around trying to place the fly into any small open areas and with in 10 minutes bingo a fish on it looked a good sized fish in the clear water but after playing it for a couple of minutes it was off, we tried several different methods and flies but every thing had gone really quiet, so we called it a day.
July 21, 2013
Sun Comes Out & Everyone Wants To Go Fishing
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