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Trout Fisherman (UK) - - Be Inspires -

We’ve all heard the say­ing ‘show me don’t tell me’. Book an hour’s les­son with a qual­i­fied cast­ing in­struc­tor, who will teach you the ba­sics. It’ll cost around £25 to £30 but it’s money well spent. Many fish­eries have on­site in­struc­tors who can be prior booked. Be bold. Call a fish­ery and say you’re a be­gin­ner. You might be sur­prised at how much they’re will­ing to help! Some­times they might of­fer to teach you to cast etc and even ad­vise on what gear to buy as part of your wel­come to the fish­ery. Browse through the many videos on the Trout Fish­er­man YouTube chan­nel. We’re con­stantly ad­ding to these videos which are very help­ful to those new to our sport. Join a club and after a while maybe take part in a friendly com­pe­ti­tion. Don’t be fear­ful of matches be­cause very of­ten it’s the quick­est way to learn. By and large ex­pe­ri­enced an­glers are only too keen to help. Many small wa­ter trout fish­eries have a be­gin­ner’s pool, where new­com­ers can feel what it’s like to hook a trout. That’s all it takes! If you’re a reg­u­lar reader of TF, share this mag­a­zine with your pals and of­fer to take them fish­ing.

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