Fishing with Style
Malham Tarn Residential
Fly Fishing Course 2005
The Days Out
Nice one Nigel, the first Malham Tarn perch of the course Paul's first brown trout
Three in one cast - Paul again!
Paul with his second brownie
Malham Tarn looking east
The Field Studies Centre at Malham The evening sedge hatch
Waiting for the evening rise A Malham Tarn Cased Caddis
West Boat House East Boat House
Patrick and Dennis get to grips with the boat Upstream dry at Bolton Abbey
Dennis waiting for the bite Keith at Bolton Abbey on Klinkhamers
Patrick waiting for the grayling Rory still reaching
Matthew at Bolton Abbey Everything crossed for Matthew at Kilnsey
Into a rainbow at Kilnsey Park Kilnsey Park
Nice little Rainbow
Harvey and Keith Patrick and Rory
It's in front of you Dennis For the chef at the Centre
A great time was had by all.
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Fishing with Style
Partners: Stephen Cheetham & Christine Cheetham
40 Aire Grove, Yeadon, LEEDS, West Yorkshire, LS19 7TY
Tel/Fax: 0113 2507244
Malham Tarn holds a stock of genuinely wild brown trout, and this course gives you the opportunity to enjoy the experience of fly fishing for them and at the same time learn some of the techniques involved and something of the life of the trout in the Tarn and in the surrounding waters. In general terms, the course is aimed at newcomers to fly fishing who wish to try the sport and other anglers who wish to extend their skills and knowledge. It will give you a broad view of the whole fishing scene so that you may pursue any facet later - however, there is no guarantee that you will catch any trout. It is hoped that the course will enable you to fish more successfully, but above all to offer you the chance to pursue a satisfying sport amidst a unique environment and provide you with an enjoyable relaxing yet instructive holiday. The days will largely be spent fishing with a high degree of individual instruction and help for those new to fly fishing who need to acquire the basic skill and techniques.
Visitors to the Malham Tarn Centre can expect to find a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and although not luxurious, the accommodation is warm and comfortable, situated in Tarn House itself and the converted stable blocks. There are four well equipped study rooms, drying rooms, libraries, a bar, TV lounge and facilities for making drinks at all times. In addition to a cooked breakfast and wholesome evening meal, fillings are provided for you to make a picnic lunch to enjoy wherever your course may take you.
Couples are most welcome, even if only one is on the course, for your partner there are some superb country walks in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales or perhaps the other partner may wish to join one of the other courses being run at the same time as the fly fishing course. Contact Elizabeth on 01729 830331 for details of all courses.