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Paul Brown

Member since: Tuesday, 21 June 2016
Last Visit: Monday, 20 January 2020
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Contact paul_brown18@sky.com

Address

77 Manor Drive, Upton

City/Town
Wirral
Post Code
CH49 6NT
Country
United Kingdom
UK Country
England
Region/Area
Merseyside
Proximity to
77 Manor Dr, Birkenhead, Wirral CH49 6NT, UK
map_lat
53.3904715
map_lng
-3.0944926
Certification
First Aid
Yes
First Aid Renewal Date
19 January 2021
DBS
Yes
DBS Renewal Date
5 May 2020
Child Protection
Yes
Child Protection Renewal Date
6 May 2021
GAIC Fly Dressing
No
GAIC Single Handed
Yes
GAIC Double Handed
Yes
APGAI Fly Dressing
No
APGAI Single Handed
Yes
APGAI Double Handed
Yes
Other Accreditation
GAIA Qualified Assessor and Mentor, Angling Trust Level 2, Fly Fishers International Master Casting Instructor (MCI), Fly Fishers International Master Two Handed Casting Instructor (THCI), Fly Fishers International Master Level 1 Examiner
Services
Guided Fishing Days
No
Hosted Fishing Trips UK
No
Hosted Fishing Trips Abroad
No
Fishing Breaks
No
Articles

Fly Fishing Expertise The Game Angling Instructors’ Association (GAIA) is one of the oldest and most respected fly casting and instructing organisations. With more than 350 members throughout the UK, Europe and the USA, there is a vast wealth of experience in all aspects of game angling. Whether...

Casting Efficiently There are many ways to cast a fly, and there is no right way or wrong way, or even one way that suits everyone. I’m not talking about the vast array of casts available to use in different situations (that’s a big subject for another time), but the actual physical way in which...

The Roll-Cast Pick-UP When visiting stillwaters, I quite often see beginners retrieving far too much fly line through the rod tip. This invariably results in far too many false casts to try and get a sufficient amount of fly line back out through the rod tip rod to load and deliver the fly. Too...

Traumatised By Tailing Loops? Often wrongly referred to as wind knots in the leader, tailing loops are a common problem that affect many anglers as they progress from beginner to intermediate.  A tailing loop is where the top of the fly line crosses the bottom of it twice when casting, resulting in an...

Develop your fly fishing skills. Whether you are a total beginner or an expert we can help.

GAIA Instructor Paul Brown identifies the causes of the dreaded tailing loop and highlights the tactics you can employ to eliminate those casting knots and tangles.

GAIA instructor Paul Brown demonstrates a combination cast that reduces the need for too much false casting. .

There are many ways to cast a fly, and there is no right way or wrong way, or even one way that suits everyone.

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