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Northumbrian Water launch their Learn to Fish programme

Northumbrian Water have announced details of their fantastic Learn to Fish programme with events running throughout 2018. The programme includes a variety of free to attend open days giving anyone the chance to try fishing and more structured ‘try it lesson’ coaching sessions at very reasonable prices.

 

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The Learn to Fish programme offers you the chance to try two different types of fishing. You can choose whether to try the graceful art of fly fishing or give multi bait fishing for trout a go. Available for both adults and young people, the courses are professionally run with friendly angling coaches taking you through each stage, teaching you everything you need to know to be able to have an enjoyable days fishing.

Olivia McArdle who attended one of the sessions in April 2017 had this to say: “I thoroughly enjoyed my experience fishing with Northumbrian Water because it was something new, different and really interesting. The staff were great and helped me along the way by teaching me everything to know about fishing. I met some new friends, which is good because I can go again and meet up with people who I’ve had fun with. Altogether I caught 4 fish and brought some home for tea.”

For full details of pricing, locations, times and dates of all events visit www.nwwatersideparks.com/learn-to-fish or call 01207 255250. Events start on Tuesday 3rd April and with events taking place at a variety of venues across the North East there is sure to be something suitable for everyone.

To find out more about the events on at Northumbrian Water, visit our events page. Events will take place at Derwent Reservoir, Fontburn Reservoir and Scaling Dam.

Want to get into fishing or find out where to go fishing? Get Fishing from the Angling Trust has all the angling information you and your family need. Find out about angling events, fisheries and venues so you can start fishing for the first time, get back into angling or go family fishing after school or in the holidays.