With that elite of freshwater species - the trout - proving more elusive in the vast complex of rivers throughout the United Kingdom, the stocked lake and reservoir proves to be the final bastion and primary source of superbly clear water for this most royal of fish. The top instructor for fly fishing and casting in the British Isles must surely be Simon Gawesworth. As an England International, and consultant for Thomas and Thomas he, is a highly skilled angler with superb communication skills and his approach to fly fishing is an exemplary example from which all anglers can benefit. His chosen venue on this occasion is Chew Valley Lake, venue for the 2000 world championships, a superb 1200 acre water, thirty miles south of Bristol in the heart of the west country. With a quality of this this vast water is a setting that is hard to beat anywhere in the United Kingdom. Join Simon and learn the tips, tricks and skills that can make you a winner at boat fishing for reservoir trout.