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Experience the Natural Outdoor Activity 

Fly fishing can be a complex sport but "FlyZone" deliver it in a friendly, enjoyable and professional manner and will make your experience a memorable moment in your Life.

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If you wish to obtain additional information on activities and courses available please Call Now on: 07795 432976

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-  Just a quick email to show my appreciation for the great tuition on Friday .

-  Following on from the morning I continued to fish and managed to get one in the net. My casting technique, although still not smooth did improve and I will continue to work on it. I still have a great deal to learn about fly fishing so don't be surprised if you meet me on another one of your courses.

-  In particular I was appreciative of the fishing tips that were handed down. The one in particular that helped me the most was about marking the line, a great tip that has allowed me to gain distance.

-  Firstly a great big thank you for your input into last Friday’s improver session at Kilnsey. I will take away the learning and apply it next time out. 

-  I really enjoyed the personal instruction style that you use. I noticed you having fun teaching the youngsters, you must find that very fulfilling. My wife was delighted that the Christmas present she’d bought me was so well received – better than socks any way.

-  Very professional and easy going trainer.  I felt well supervised and able to practice, very constructive feedback.  I would highly recommend this course.  Thank you.



FlyZone Coaches hold a 1st 4Sport, Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Angling (QCF Fly fishing), which is issued by the Angling Trust.

Angling Trust CAST Award Trainer

To operate as an Angling Trust Coach we are obligated to hold:

a. A current Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Certificate.

b. Safeguarding & Protecting Children Certificate.

c. Emergency Response First Aid Certificate.

d. Holds comprehensive insurance cover of £10m Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance.

e. All equipment provided unless you prefer to use your own

f. Environment Agency Rod Licence is not required while you are under instruction with Fly Zone. If however you intend to fish on after the course has finished you will require one.

The Angling Trust is the new, single organisation to represent all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England.

If you would like anymore information please send us a message, identify the town in which you live and we'll respond to you as soon as possible.

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Recreational angling can have positive benefits for individuals and communities, particularly the people who take part in it and the communities in which it takes place.   They are divided into six main sections: 

1. Sports Participation
• Gets millions of people involved in sport in the UK
• Provides opportunities for many different levels of physical activity for people of all abilities, including the less able
• Provides a national infrastructure of clubs and governing bodies
• Is a gateway for a wide range of positive social and environmental activities
• Provides opportunities for structured contests as well as distinctive informal competition
• Differs as a competitive sport in a number of respects, particularly in enabling accessible, integrated competition
• Has some barriers to participation that still need to be overcome.

2. Health and Well-Being
• Contributes to preventative and restorative measures by increasing physical activity and providing programmes that assist
in recovery from physical illness
• Makes both a preventative and restorative contribution to mental health
• Introduces protective factors that promote good mental health
• Provides programmes that assist in the treatment and recovery from mental illness
• Helps build young people’s relationships and confidence
• Provides opportunities for ‘active ageing’.

3. The Natural Environment
• Angling helps improve aquatic habitats
• Angling organisations assist habitat conservation that has wider community benefits
• Anglers can be the eyes and ears of the natural environment because they spend so much time in and around aquatic habitats
• Angling contributes to public knowledge about freshwater and marine environments, both formally and informally.
• Angling is a gateway activity for people to make connections with nature.

4. Community Development
• Can be a means to empower people to become active citizens and bring people from different backgrounds together
• Organisations have been instrumental in developing, improving and maintaining community water assets that are accessible
to a range of people from different backgrounds
• Can build positive partnerships with local authorities and deliver local services that help local authorities and agencies meet
their community obligations
• Can assist in sustaining integrated and cohesive communities and embrace wider community needs and involve local people

5. Rural Communities and Angling Tourism
• Angling tourism can be extremely important in terms of the economic contribution that visiting anglers make to rural areas
• Angling tourism can:
• Lengthen the tourist season
• Offset declines in other forms of tourism
• Contribute to ‘portfolio employment’
• Assist in sustaining the cultural heritage of rural communities
• Angling tourism can be developed through: provision and presentation of information using state of the art technology;
increased public access to angling; development of a broader outdoor tourism portfolio; the clustering of businesses and
co-operative competition; and community land ownership
• Angling tourism needs to be developed sustainably, maintaining a balance between ‘development’ and environmental and
social management factors.

6. Angling and Socially Young People
• The UK is a leader in the field of delivering personal and social development outcomes for young people through angling
• Angling has some distinctive attributes that make it a particularly useful tool for young people’s personal and social
• The best angling programmes take a holistic approach to tackling young people’s exclusion
• The most effective angling diversionary programmes establish exit routes into clubs and wider angling opportunities
• Angling programmes are particularly effective at addressing the need for young people to attain in education and training
• Angling is particularly suited to helping young people with additional welfare needs and behavioural or learning difficulties,
especially ADHD.