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Float tubing is great fun. Imagine sitting in a comfortable arm chair and fishing at the same time!
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Just one of the many comments, this one from Kevin McMahon from Blackburn ........
"The float-tubing session with Mike at Curley’s was a tremendous introduction to this method of fishing. With very clear instructions and advice before we went on the water, and excellent tips and help once fishing was under way, it really inspired confidence, especially when I caught a good rainbow! I feel ready to set out on my own after just one short session, and I’d advise anyone to book a lesson with a knowledgeable guide and an entertaining fishing partner! Good venue, good guide and great fish! Thanks very much"
and another comment....
It was a real pleasure to be coached by someone with such a passion for fishing, and patience. The session surpassed even my highest hopes, and I'm definitely bitten by the bug for tubing! I was very disappointed to have to leave to get "back to the day job" - especially having seen a glimpse of yours!
|Charles Jardine came along one day in June this year to have a "tube" with me at Curley's Fishery|
|Float tubing is a simple concept - you are dressed in chest waders, sit in a blow-up chair and use fins for propulsion|
|The thing that makes tubing so unique is the fact that you can fish, what may have been, inaccessible bits of water. It is completely different to boat fishing as you are nearer to the water and as a result you do not spoke fish as easily. Trout will still rise very close the your tube without a care.|
|These 2 wild brownies were caught at the same time on the point fly and middle dropper only feet away from the tube|
|There are quite a few waters that now allow tubing both commercial and natural lakes|
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