Launch of Chatton Ladies

For the latest angling chat from the bank side, spend a day with Chatton Ladies.

Chatton Trout Fishery in conjunction with Ladies Fishing have launched Chatton Ladies, with the aim to introduce more females and re-engage lapsed females back into angling through a series of events starting Sunday 15th April 9.30am to 4.30pm running until September.

Chatton Ladies are providing 6 days of fishing instruction and guidance covering beginners to advanced female anglers. Each day will consist of 2 sessions; during the morning there will be one to one and group tuition on fishing, fly dressing, entomology, equipment selection and advice, casting, demonstrations, catering for beginners to advanced female anglers. After lunch ladies can fish, (with support if required) take their first fish home and then catch and release for the rest of the session. Equipment is available to borrow at no additional cost.

All instructors are UKCC Level 2 qualified, first aid trained, insured and CRB checked. Over the 6 months there will be guest casting & fly dressing instructors from AAPGAI & GAIA

Junior places are free if accompanied by a fee paying parent or guardian.

Price £20 which includes fishing.

Dates for the diary are as follows:
Sunday 15th April
Sunday 20th May
Sunday 17th June
Sunday 15th July
Sunday 19th August
Sunday 16th September

To book your place please contact the fishery on 01668 215226
Link to Chatton Ladies Day

Like minded females who enjoy the feel-good and social benefits of exercise.

The events focus on introducing women to angling (or re-engaging female anglers who have since lapsed) in the most positive way possible; giving them a chance to take part in the sport over a number of sessions – teaching them techniques and tactics, encouraging them to fish independently and confidently over a number of weeks and most importantly giving them support to continue participating in the sport.

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