Please bring a packed lunch and something to drink. It’s also advisable to wear suitable clothing for the conditions, such as warm socks, a waterproof jacket, hat and eye protection (sun glasses or prescription spectacles). Drab colours are recommended, to avoid spooking the fish. It’s also a good idea to bring a complete set of dry clothes, should you get wet. Chest waders can be provided – please let me know your shoe size in advance.
For safety reasons, if you have any significant medical conditions, mobility difficulties or serious allergies, please mention this at the time of booking so that I can take this into consideration when planning your day.
Hello – I’m a graphic designer by day and a passionate fly-fisherman in my spare time, offering guiding services throughout Wales and the borders. I'm also a professional fly-casting instructor, holding the GAIA single-handed rod fly-casting certification.