Please let us know how much fly-fishing you've done as this helps in planning locations for your day. Fly-fishing a couple of days a year does not count as experienced and there's a massive difference between basic entry-level flyfishing with wetfly or nymph across and downstream as against the more advanced casting a dry-fly or nymph upstream whilst wading, gathering line as it comes back and shooting that line again. A proficiency with upstream fly-fishing is pretty desirable especially in summer levels when rivers are low, clear and weeded. Our rivers are wild so a certain level of fitness and wading skills are desirable. Don't worry if you're a beginner or improver just don't be shy in letting us know, I've helped many with their flycasting and instruction is free as part of my guiding service .
Generally, IF YOU'VE DONE 1- 20 FULL DAYS + INSTRUCTN = BEGINNER, 20-50 FULL DAYS = IMPROVER, 50-100 FULL DAYS = EXPERIENCED, 100+FULL DAYS = VERY EXPERIENCED
Please be realistic about your skill level. (PS See also related info 'Can We Go as A Group' below)
22 years guiding experience has taught me that the vast majority of clients totally underestimate just how wild our locations are, and that advanced fly-fishing skills are needed to fish them, so please be realistic when considering this, particularly where inexperienced, elderly or infirm anglers are concerned.
Our rivers are natural so along with fly-fishing skills a level of fitness and wading skills are also desirable.