Half Day of Professional Fly Fishing Lessons for £39 with Peaks Fly Fishing (£99 Value)
- Sessions are taught by professional fly fisherman
- All equipment provided
- Groupon holders can bring a friend for additional £30
- Held at Barlow Fishery located on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District
- Sessions are tailored for beginners and intermediates
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Refundable booking deposit of £10 required. Must be 18 or over. Please bring glasses and a peaked cap. Subject to weather. Customers may be required to purchase a rod licence in advance (£2-£4), enquire when booking. Equipment provided. May bring friend for additional £30. Catch and release fishing only.
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Fly fish fraud is an offence involving reels of red wool, two crime-ridden cockerel feathers and a 6ft rod aviating an artifishal allurement. Commit bait barratry with today’s Groupon: for £39 instead of £99 enjoy a half day of professional fly fishing lessons with Peaks Fly Fishing.
Set up by qualified game angling coach, David Johnson, Peaks Fly Fishing have exclusive fishing rights to a beautiful private beat of the River Derwent, ensuring that keen rod masters can practice their proficiency in sacred seclusion. The area offers an abundance of brown trout and grayling alongside a mayfly hatch yielding endless possibilities for those learning the traditional art of upstream dry fly fishing. The friendly instructors cater for a variety of abilities, tackling modern techniques including Czech nymph, whilst offering wading wisdom to newbies and clearing up any bothersome bait bafflement.
Groupon fishing fans are entitled to four hours of professional tuition with qualified instructors who will offer coaching in casting competence and tackle techniques. Avid anglers can learn how to fish a wet fly at the Barlow Trent Fishery which is nestled within 50 acres of beautiful secluded valley on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District. After mastering the art of how to cunningly catch an upstream dry fly while getting to grips with wading safety, customers can retire to a cosy country pub to enjoy a pint.