4 places left Ladies Begineer Salmon Fishing on the Tay

Casting for Recovery fly designed by Paul Little

Ladies Fly Fishing for Salmon to raise money for Casting for Recovery

Ladies  Fishing  are holding two salmon fishing events on The Newtyle Beat, River  Tay  Monday  31st of May and Tuesday 1st June to raise money for the unique  fly fishing programme, Casting for Recovery, for women who have, or have had breast cancer.

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The North East Ladies Group have organised ladies fly fishing events across the  UK  to raise money for the charity, Anne Woodcock Ladies Fishing event organiser  said  “Casting  for  Recovery provides fly fishing programmes at idyllic  retreats  around the UK and Ireland. This fund-raising will make a difference to the initiative’s ability to provide unforgettable weekends for its lady participants”.

Salmon fishing  on the Tay is their first event to raise money and also to

begineers salmon event march 2010 river tyne

 encourage  ladies into fly fishing. Any lady interested in learning the art of  fly fishing for salmon is welcome to experienced fisherwomen looking to fine-tune their techniques.  Paul Little AAPGAI master in the double handed rod  will be instructing during the 2 days with the help from coaches Cliff Johnston and Anne Woodcock.

The event will be held at The Newtyle Beat on the river Tay famous for its salmon fishing, which is enjoying a very successful 2010 season. The beat consists  of  a  6-rod  lower  beat  and  a 6-rod upper beat, most of which provides  double  bank  fishing  with  11  named pools. The Victorian-style fishing hut, with its welcoming coal fire, is probably the most picturesque hut on the  Tay. Martin Ritchie the head ghillie’s friendly approach and expertise will ensure that all have a great day out.

Resident ladies fishing coach cliff johnston at Newtyle Beat

Martin Ritchie is the first person to catch a salmon on the fly especially designed  by  Paul Little and tied by the ladies to raise money for Casting for Recovery called the Pink Duchess.

The event has been priced to encourage ladies into fly fishing, with 50% of the proceeds going to Casting for Recovery.

Event includes fishing, tuition, equipment if required, lunch, drinks and a gift  from  the Glasgow Angling Centre for all ladies. Price per rod £55.00 (limited to12 rods).

To book a place please contact Anne Woodcock at annefishing@yahoo.co.uk or Martin Ritchie martin@ritchie151.wanadoo.co.uk

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