Peaks Fly Fishing Competition Announced

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The popular fly fishing school, Peaks Fly Fishing, has announced that they will award one lucky person a free fly fishing course in the second most visited national park, The Peak District. The competition is now open.

“It is the geography of these unique landscapes, the gritstone and limestone bedrock that splits the Peak District in half which creates such fantastic fly fishing opportunities,”

The second most visited national park in the world, The Peak District, is the home of Peaks Fly Fishing, a company that has just announced that they will offer a completely free fly fishing course to the lucky winner of their competition that opens today.

The competition allows anyone the chance to have free fly fishing lessons in one of the most beautiful areas of Britain. A spokesman said, “It is the geography of these unique landscapes, the gritstone and limestone bedrock that splits the Peak District in half which creates such fantastic fly fishing opportunities,” He continued, “You could be catching perfectly spotted, wild brown trout in peat stained upland reservoirs or wild rainbow trout in the limestone rivers and bubbling streams that meander through the lowland meadows. We want to give more people a chance to experience this!”

Peaks Fly Fishing provides a number of different courses, including one-to-one tuition and is run by David Johnson, a fully qualified game angling coach and member of the Salmon & Trout association. He said, “The great thing about The Peak District is that after a good days fishing, there are plenty of country pubs, wonderful walks and perfectly preserved stately homes to enjoy. This is a real break from normal life.”

The Peak District offers an unrivalled choice of fishing for the discerning angler and attracts thousands of visitors each year all eager to wet their lines. Peaks Fly Fishing has been running for over five years to become one of the busiest fly fishing schools in the UK. Adrian, a previous participant in one of the courses at Peaks Fly Fishing said about the course, "Thanks for yesterday, what a day! My first Grayling on the fly and to get three of them - I'm still grinning from ear to ear, my wife thinks I've become slightly unhinged. I really enjoyed myself and found all the advice incredibly valuable"

Peaks Fly Fishing have courses throughout the year in a variety of stunning locations, all of which cater for a number of different experience levels. There is even the option to purchase tuition gift vouchers for the perfect present for any fishing enthusiast.

If you fancy learning the art of fly fishing then Derbyshire based fly fishing school Peaks Fly Fishing are giving away the chance to win a free introduction to fly fishing course. You can enter via their website

Peaks fly fishing is a vibrant fly fishing school, running fly fishing lessons and courses in and around the Peak District. Over the last 5 years it has grown in to one of the busiest fly fishing schools in the UK and welcomes anglers all year round.

The competition is now open and is free to enter. Winners will be drawn on 1st April 2012. 1st prize is a place on an introduction to fly fishing course and there are two runners up prizes of a Hywel Morgan Fly Casting DVD. David Johnson from Peaks Fly Fishing said, “I can’t wait to present the prize to the lucky winner and show them how much our course and location has to offer!”. Don’t miss your chance! Hurry and get your entry in now for your chance to win at

Notes For Editors
Peaks Fly Fishing :

  • Peaks Fly Fishing is run by David Johnson
  • Peaks Fly Fishing is a trading name of Pure Fly Fishing Ltd. a registered company in England and Wales No. 07300167
  • They have a variety of courses on different dates throughout the year starting at just £75
  • Their locations available include the River Derwent, Barlow Trout Fishery, Ladybower Reservoir and Howden & Derwent Reservoir
  • They have been running for over five years

Research Links
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Peaks Fly Fishing Blog        :


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