We had a great time once again at Tweedswood for our Spey casting weekend with Hardy & Greys and instructor Ken Muter. We had a good turn out although we were also affected by the Icelandic volcano we were a pupil down as they were stranded abroad. Weather conditions were perfect a high over the UK which no doubt was the main reason that a volcanic ash cloud sat above our airports.
The format also worked well of using the Sunday for casting coaching and the Monday for fishing and more coaching. It was a great way also to try Hardy & Greys rods and lines which certainly impressed
The next course is June 20th and 21st we do have a few places so book early if you want to be sure to be there.
This is what one of our pupils said about us;
“A personal thank you for an excellent weekend of casting in good company. I can only say that this was the best two days of learning I have experienced, and appreciate all the additional notes and handout hints, plus numerous other mini conversations about fish and fishing which threw up nuggets of information.
A great venue and of course the every helpful ghillie who manages to dot the T’s and keep us in order. I look forward to joining you on another session sometime this year.”