Blog, news and reviews from Snowdonia Fly Fishing Guides
I had a very pleasant day on the river Eden yesterday with my good friend Geoff. The weather was good, the river kind and the fish proved to be challenging to catch but well worth the effort. Excellent quality, well spirited fish, what more can you ask for!
I'm already looking forward to my next visit!
It's always a pleasure to take a client to an upland lake in the Snowdonia National Park to fish for truly wild, indigenous, brown trout. Fish that have been resident for millennia and unadulterated though stocking or interference from man.
I love the peace and tranquility of mountain lakes, totally silence save the mournful cry of a solitary lapwing.
We started the day unable to see much of the lake through the low cloud but that didn't stop the spirited brownies from rising to a small dry fly. As the day warmed and the sun appeared the lake came alive with fish rising to claret dun.
The new season for grayling fishing started last week and in spite of the continued unseasonably wet, cold and windy weather the grayling fishing was excellent. I spent the day with a client and even though no fish could be seen rising a small dry CDC pattern soon tempted them, and a few wild brownies, to the surface. The quality and spirit of these early season grayling makes for a great day's fishing.
A well known fly fishing guide and instructor John can often be found fishing or guiding on the Welsh Dee or passing his knowledge to others at game fairs and country shows.
guided fly fishing in North Wales
Guided fly fishing trips on rivers, streams and upland lakes in Snowdonia. and surrounding areas of North Wales.
Fishing for summer & winter grayling and wild brown trout.in the spectacular, tranquil countryside that is Snowdonia National Park.
Fly fishing lessons in North Wales
Fly fishing and casting lessons for beginners. Casting fault analysis, single handed spey, slack line and presentation casting tuition for more experienced fly fishers.
Develop your watercraft skills on freestone rivers and upland lakes.