Arundell Arms Fly Fishing School
Recently voted No1 Best Fishing School in the UK by The Field Magazine, The Arundell Arms Hotel has been one of England’s premier fishing hotels for more than half a century and has 20 miles of its own water on the Tamar and six of its tributaries.
These are spate rivers that rise on the moors and come down to our valleys through woods and farmland, becoming larger, deepening, providing an infinite variety of water, long slow pools, gravelly runs and stickles, fast shallows and open glides.
Here you are alone all day, fishing a mile of river for wild brown trout - shy fish that rise savagely to a fly. In the late spring, the first salmon arrive and by mid-summer, shoals of sea trout bring out the night fishers. We teach fishing. We run courses for beginners. We sell tackle, give advice and provide maps of our fishing. It is all this and more which makes The Arundell Arms a real fisherman’s hotel.
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