Develop your skills

The following are subject to any continuing Covid-19 regulations

IAC is dedicated to helping anglers of all ages to improve their skills. The club’s qualified coaches, checked through Disclosure Scotland, run annual casting clinics on the Little Isle Pool and the adjacent Bught Park. They are often accompanied by Speycasting champion Scott Mackenzie. Classes are held each Wednesday evening in June from 7 to 9 pm with Speycasting on the river and trout casting on the park’s grass. All are welcome, including non-members. International tackle manufacturers Loop have kindly donated sets of salmon and trout fly equipment to help the club develop the skills of local anglers, and these will be available to those attending the classes.If you prefer, bring your own rod.

During the close season, coaching turns to fly tying as volunteer coaches run weekly fly tying classes from October to February. Again, all are welcome.  Tools and materials can be provided. Novice tyers at previous classes have learned to tie attractive flies which have caught salmon, giving the tyers a great feeling of achievement. Covid-19 has forced the suspension of these classes over the autumn/winter of 2020/2021. They will be reinstated once the dangers posed by the virus clear.

 

 

Location

Inverness Angling Club

Ness Walk
Inverness
Highlands

Email Contact

contact@invernessanglingclub.co.uk

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