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Fly Fishing Devon
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Fly Fishing Devon is run by qualified game angling instructors Geoff Stephens and Paul Kenyon. We guide and teach fly fishing on rivers on and around Dartmoor.
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"50 Years a Fly Casting Instructor"
Mr. J.B.S. "Jack" Notley taught fly fishing and fly casting on the River Avon in South Devon for 50 years from 1919 to 1969. Here is his approach to teaching fly fishing and casting.
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"50 Years a Fly Casting Instructor"
Mr. J.B.S. "Jack" Notley taught fly fishing and fly casting on the River Avon in South Devon for 50 years from 1919 to 1969. Here is his approach to teaching fly fishing and casting.
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"50 Years a Fly Casting Instructor"
Mr. J.B.S. "Jack" Notley taught fly fishing and fly casting on the River Avon in South Devon for 50 years from 1919 to 1969. Here is his approach to teaching fly fishing and casting.
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Some useful tips in this article.
Here is a link to my favourite technique:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAaWTiJNsBE
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Our colleague, friend and highly experienced fly fishing instructor and guide John Dawson has drawn up a short list of flies that he recommends for our local rivers.
He offers the following advice "Good presentation and accurate casts, I find are far more important on the DAA (Dulverton Angling Association) rivers than an exact imitation of the natural insects. Thereofore the flies that I select are rather generic and can cover a range of insects. I only have a few patterns in my fly box, but in a range of colours and sizes. Do not be afraid of using very small flies and nymphs. Turn a few stones over and you will notice that the insects are relatively small. Fish your flies with confidence; keep your line as tight as possible at all time and watch the line (grease the tip of the line to make it float high on the top of the water) for the slightest movement to donate a take.
As we return our fish please use barbless hooks or flatten the barb down well."
Dulverton Angling Association Getting Started Flies
Dulverton Angling Association Getting Started Flies
dulvertonanglingassociation.org.uk
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