Packages & Equipment
PACKAGES & EQUIPMENT
A choice of packages is available tailored specifically to your requirements. Everything from a 3 and a half hour session to a full day (7 hours) or several days can easily be arranged on the Tweed or it’s tributaries. Anglers of all abilities are catered for. You can have as much or as little help from your guide as you want.
For full days a packed lunch and refreshments can be provided so there will be minimal disruption to the fishing.
Local transport to and from fishing can be arranged if required and will also be included in the price.
All equipment is provided but if the angler desires, he or she can use as much or little of their own equipment as they want. All tackle supplied is of good quality from top manufacturers and is perfect for the job in hand. Tackle includes everything from rods and reels to flies, waders, waterproof wading jackets, fly vests and safety equipment.
Life vests, wading staffs and eye protection can all be supplied if required at no extra cost.
For most situations some wading will be necessary, however if anyone is not confident wading, fishing can be done from the bank or with very little wading being needed. Some fishing requires a bit of walking, but there is plenty readily available with minimum walking required.This will all be discussed prior to your booking.
Remember this is YOUR day. Everything from start time and duration to methods will be tailored to your requirements.
Prices start from £80 for a half day (three and a half hours) for 1 person and £140 for a whole day (7 hours). Prices include all equipment and a packed lunch (if required) is included in the 7 hour session. All permits are also included so you won’t find any hidden extras.
WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING
As stated above all equipment is supplied but you are perfectly welcome to use your own if you wish. I can advise you of it’s suitability prior to your arrival.
You should dress for the conditions and bear in mind that it can be colder when you are up to your waist in water than it is standing on the bank. If you are too warm you can always take something off.
Winter grayling fishing can be a bit of a test of endurance on some days, so layering up is always best. Thermal undersuits or similar are highly recommended. In Winter hot drinks and soup will be supplied.
Hopefully you will be so engrossed in fishing that you won’t notice the cold!