Since September 2016 we are operating purely as an on-line shop. However you can contact us directly between 10:00hrs to 17:00hrs, Tuesday to Saturday by ringing us on 01788 817044.
Please note that the Store in Dunchurch will be closed from 13:00hrs on Wednesday 24th December 2014 re-opening at 10:00hrs on Tuesday 6th January 2015.
On-Line purchases via our website www.lyttlesofdunchurch.co.uk are still available, if in stock, and will be shipped normally whilst allowing for Royal Mail and Parcel Force services over the holiday period.
Heart of England Fly Fishing School - Update...
Last week saw both the Improver and Salmon Masterclass tying groups in action - it was great to see everyone getting stuck-in to the detail of both small CDC pattens (size 16 and smaller) and Frank and Paul had great fun with the Salmon Tyers. Last weeks pattern images are a CDC Looping Emerger, Tuft Emerger 01 and 02 along with Franks developed Atomic Apache.
Keep following our blog for more news of what HoEFFS is up to....
Last Wednesday evening saw the Heart of England Fly Fishing School (HoEFFS) in action with its first Demo Evening of the this years Fly Tying Programme. It was great to see both Improvers and Entry Level Beginners turn out to see Frank Moors turn on the charm with 3 great Trout and Grayling patterns - a Black Magic Spider, a CDC Floating Croxia and a Welsh Witch. The Step by Steps will shortly be Emailed out to those who attended.
Next week sees HoEFFS Fly Tying Programme in full swing with Entry Level, Improvers and Salmon Master Class sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening respectively.
Some places are available if you want to join in - just contact Paul on 01788-817044 or 0787-9056705 for details.
Last week Paul and I set off on a LoD road trip to Mitton Hall Hotel in Whalley, on the banks of the Ribble (near to Blackburn) as guests of Guide Fly Fishing.
We had the opportunity to see the complete range of products that they supply from Sage, Rio, Vision, Reddington and C&F, and to meet the representatives from each company who talked us through the whole of the current range.
There are, as ever, many new developments and some additions to the ranges, and inevitably a few of the products drop out of the range to make way for new improved versions. Over the next week or two Paul will be flicking through the glossy brochures trying to decide what we really ought to offer to you, and I will be entering the shiny new rods, reels, and trick bits of clothing and tackle on to the website for you to browse (and buy). Paul will be featuring a few of the products in particular for short reviews which will be publicised further on Facebook and Twitter.
Keep tuned in!