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Fly Fishing on reservoirs can be very enjoyable but you need to be well prepared and planned. It isn't like just turning up at your local stillwater.
Reservoirs, mainly because of their size, can be daunting places for the beginner or new fly fisher.
The first thing you need to decide is do you want to fish from a boat or from the bank.
It makes a difference to the tackle that you need.
There are a number of ways to fish from a boat:
But remember fishing from a boat is very different from bank fishing. You need to keep safe - always wear a life jacket and never stand up in the boat - ever.
Other things to remember are:
Loch-style is a good way to boat fish but it is a specific technique that needs to be learnt and practiced.
Another consideration is that most "boating" reservoirs are normally large expanses of water, sometimes hundreds of acres.
It can be a daunting place to be for beginners and novices who wonder how to go about it and where to start.
Lancashire Fly fishing can help you:
In short, Lancashire flyfishing can make it easier for you, instead of wondering what to do and where to go
I can put you onto fish without the normal experimenting and trials.
So if you want to learn Loch-style or just go boat fishing
Ring me on 07786 682272 or click here to email me
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