Upstream Dry Fly

Dry Fly Fishing

Events: Grayling fishing tutorial with Paul Procter and Howard Taylor - Rivers Test and Dever

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Grayling tutorial on the river Test with Paul Procter and Howard Taylor

The Day included fishing on 6 exclusive beats of the famous chalkstreams. Although we had some showers in the morning it was a very successful event with all of the eight anglers taking good grayling - the largest a little over the magical 2lbs!

The day featured:

• Group tutorials on entomology
• Effective river casts and casting
• Use of the shrimp and killer bug
• Pin pointing the ‘take’ and bite indication
• Drag free presentation techniques
• Droppers, New Zealand style and Czech nymphing
• Inducing a take
• Locating grayling and river craft

Charlie with a very good grayling

The typical tear shaped pupil - for focusing on the river bed

Charlie and Michael - reflecting!

Beautiful autumn hues

crystal clear water

Mr Spooner stalking grayling

Autumn leaves and a hatch of olives

Mr Peter Laurie and Paul Procter

Casting to a pair of good grayling

Peter brings a personal best grayling over the rim of the net - well done Peter!

A smashing female specimen grayling

Peter with his catch

Peter's next cast takes the 2nd fish! - the male

A beauty!

Paul with a nice grayling

the Lady of the Stream - the fish not Mr P!

Mr Chris Bartscht with next years recruit

Mr Bartscht with a nice grayling

A Christmas Grayling - Trout and Salmon magazine article - December 2008 issue