guiding on rivers

Fishing on sliding water offers a fascinating challenge to the flyfisher, with so many more paramenters to consider to conquer your quarry.

Lake fishing is relatively easy in comparison!


Tony offers a Full or Half Day's guiding service, on a wide choice of river and stream venues, covering all the necessary aspects to get you going in this branch of the sport, and visiting some truly magical locations.


Enhance your day by taking in some archaeology or geological wonders, venturing several miles off the beaten track.


To construct a guiding experience Click to email with your requirements.


To help you choose, take a look at the following categories......

dartmoor rivers

Five major rivers fall off Dartmoor  - the Taw, Torridge, Dart, Teign and Tavy - plus a number of additional excellent streams, combining to provide a fabulous wealth of wild flyfishing opportunities

devon - lowland rivers for brownies

Slower flowing than the Dartmoor gradients, but some lovely pools to fish through Devon's fertile farming country

devon - seatrouting at night

Exhilarating sport awaits as the sun goes down, targeting the shiest of  migratory trout, whilst your casting skills have to be super-precise!

devon - tidal estuaries

As rivers flow into the sea, a number of marine species come into the flyfisher's spectrum including mullet, bass, mackerel, flounder, plaice and gurnard.

hampshire chalkstreams

The rivers Test and Itchen offer the finest chalkstream fishing in the world, and it was in this location that the defining values and styles of flyfishing evolved during the late 1800s.

surrey chalk and sandstreams

Beats available on headwaters of the Thames including the Wey and Tillingbourne. These charming rivers are modest in size and offer the best riversport within touching distance of London.

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