Ladies Day River Ure 21st May Full

7887ad_a58223bf59a14f2ea07142375851dbcd.jpg_srb_700_2000_75_22_0.50_0.20_0.00_jpg_srbI’m thrilled to announce the first ladies salmon day for 2016 is with Yorkshire Flycasting on the River Ure with AAPGAI casting instructor/guide Brian Towers and his wife Sue.

We have two stretches of double bank fishing within the beautiful Wensleydale countryside, ideal for ladies who wish to go fishing for the first time for salmon and/or trout.

Brian is an AAPGAI Advanced instructor in the single and double handed rod. Full instruction is available for the complete beginner and for ladies wishing to improve their casting and water craft skills.

7887ad_c9e4bdde8d3946079da5feb6b5659a38The Bolton Hall beat offers one mile of excellent fly water for salmon with a selection of riffles, glides and good pools. The beat is easily accessible by car and has a new fishing hut with wc. Wensley beat enjoys 3/4 mile of double bank fishing mainly for trout. Salmon have to pass through this beat and at the right height it is definitely worth a cast.

The day includes tuition and your fishing permit for salmon and trout. Instruction, and guiding with Brian Towers.

12705614_10207944023466080_3793288197687263991_nSue will be preparing a buffet lunch using local produce served in the fishing hut. Refreshments during the day are included. Equipment can be provided if required. The price for the day is £100 and is limited to 6 places.

The day starts at 9am with a meet and greet and finishes at 4pm – ladies can carry on fishing until dusk.

To book your place please contact Sue Towers on 07939 525066 or email

About Yorkshire Flycasting

Brian Towers the owner of Yorkshire Flycasting has over forty years fly fishing experience. He is a qualified casting instructor to AAPGAI Advanced standard in the single and double handed rod. He can teach you the basic skills to get you started. Iron out any bad habits and move you on to advanced techniques. Instruction includes both single and double handed lessons for Trout, Grayling and Salmon at various locations around Yorkshire.

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