Grayling fly fishing lessons
Your grayling fly fishing lesson will take place on a small private section of the beautiful river derwent near Darley Dale in Derbyshire with one of our expert instructors. We cater for complete beginners right up to more advanced anglers. We will be covering the common techniques to catch the charming game fish.
Your grayling fly fishing lessons will be tailored to suit your experience and objectives. Common areas we cover are:
- River casting
- Nymph & Czech Nymph
- Wet Fly fishing
- Grayling watercraft & fly selection
- Understanding tacke set up
- The Grayling Habits and Habitats
- Wading Safety
WHO ARE WE
Peaks Fly Fishing are one of the leading fly fishing schools in the UK. We provide high quality fly fishing lessons that are exhilarating and fun underpinned with the technical learning required to help people learn the art of fly fishing.
Our game angling coaches, headed by David Johnson are all highly experienced, qualified & insured. We are committed to excellence and continued professional development and strive to deliver the most fun, engaging and educational fly fishing lessons in some of the most beautiful & exclusive locations in the UK.
We are a UK Limited Company with years of experience delivering game angling coaching, as well as the manufacture and retail of fishing tackle and flies.
WHERE & WHEN
You fly fishing lesson can take place at any of our locations in and around the Peak District:
Private River – Darley Dale, Derbyshire, DE4 2EQ
Nestling on the edge of the Peak District in Derbyshire, just a few miles downstream of the Chatsworth House, our private beat of river Derwent near Darley Dale is available for all our clients to learn the art of river fly fishing.
Wild Fly Fishing – The Upper Derwent Valley, Derbyshire, S33 0AX
Get away from it all learning the art of wild fishing in the truly spectacular surroundings of the Upper Derwent Valley on Howden & Derwent reservoirs (approx 600 acres). We have exclusive access to coach on these waters. With no roads, shops or sometimes even people nearby the silence can be deafening, only interrupted by the occasional bird of prey whistling overhead or the distinctive call of the grouse on the moorland edges.
Ladybower Fisheries – Nr. Bamford, Derbyshire, S33 0AX
Learn the art of fly fishing at one of the finest waters in the UK. Ladybower is set in the heart of breathtaking scenery of the Peak District near the villages of Hope and Hathersage.
You will learn the techniques for catching the Rainbows and Wild Brown Trout that frequent this water. You can even take a rainbow trout for your tea if you catch one!
Barlow Trout Fishery – Nr. Dronfield, Derbyshire, S18 7TJ
The beautiful village of Barlow lies in a valley skirting the edge of the Peak District National park. The fishery has four beautiful trout lakes stocked with Rainbow and Brown Trout wildlife is abundant especially the grass snakes which are a common sight in the hotter months
Standard Lessons (take place with 1 other angler)
Half day For 1 Person –
Full day for 1 person –
Half day for two people –
Full day for two people –
For larger groups please contact us for a price. Our prices include your fishing permit and all the tackle hire for the day including waders.
- Access to private river where you can learn without distraction (river tuition)
- All the tackle and equipment you need
- The fishing permit for the day
- A discount on further lessons to advance your skills
- Unlimited phone and email advice
The Grayling is a wild fish that can provide fantastic fly fishing through the winter months. Fly fishing for Grayling evokes images of crisp frosty mornings with tantalising mists lying on the river as beams of sunlight streak through the trees.
Our Grayling fishing courses take place on our private beat of river Derwent near Darley Dale in Derbyshire and we only have 2 anglers per course which provides an intimate learning environment. Wading is required on the river and all your waders and equipment are provided.
It will be cold through the winter so please bring plenty of layers of clothes and thermal leggings! We also recommend neoprene gloves to keep you hands warm.