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Two day event for women interested in fly fishing

March 10th, 2018 | by

In the run up to the North West Angling Fair the Oaks Fishery in association with the Irish Ladies Fly-Fishing Association is offering a two day taster event for women interested in learning how to fly-fish.  The event will be held on the 24th and 25th March at the Oaks Fishery, 14 Judges Road, Enagh, Derry/Londonderry BT47 6LN telephone 02871860916

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Give fly fishing a try…

The programme will include learning how to stay save when fly-fishing, assembling fly-fishing tackle, basic casting techniques, what fish eat and fly imitations and how to catch and land a fish properly.

The course is open to women who have never fished before and those who have fished but who wish to improve their skills.

The course programme will be provided by professionally qualified instructors:  Ian Gamble, Oaks Fishery (APAGI, FFI), Packie Trotter (APAGI, FFI) and Pauline McClenaghan, (APAGI, ILFA).

Rods and tackle will be available at the event for those who need them.

If you are interested in taking part or would like to learn more about the event, please contact:

 Ian Gamble 07874999236


Pauline McClenaghan pauline@lifestartfoundation.org 07912517109

Go fishing…

For more information on these events or to join the ILFA please visit www.irishladiesflyfishing.com or ring Julie Gerry (ROI) 087 2055094,  Pauline McClenaghan (NI) 07841 573089 or email us on ilfa1@eircom.net

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