You don't need a Rod Licence to fish at Chatton or in the Till.
The Till is not a great Brown Trout River. Sea Trout yes.
If you are looking for a Stillwater then Coldingham Loch for Boat Fishing and wading or Chatton from the Bank.
For Brown Trout the Tweed has some good fishing...
I would say it is a good idea a well as an unwritten convention to fish out the Port Side.
The Port Side is on the left when looking to the Bow from the Stern.
The Bow is the Pointy End and the Stern is the less Pointy End. :-)
I would say it is also common for the more...
You could try a four hour session on a boat on a small loch with an electric engine.
Get them to drive they will love it.
A bug hunting session to start as suggested is a great idea.
Motor out, anchor up and cast out for them and get them to retrieve and hopefully catch.
Helps a lot.
I have used this for a few years now and it is great with CDC.
I use an elastic band secured to my waistcoat to ping off the water after I have washed the fly.
drying off flies with a rubber band – the limp cobra
Then I brush it with this stuff and it comes up new...
Flouroflex Plus is not as thin as it says on the label. (I have measured it with a checked micrometer and trained as an engineer in another life. :-)
Therefore it may not be as strong as it also says on the label. It is however expensive so that number is correct!
I am heading out to the BRNO area so will avoid the crowds.
I have fished the Valtava area a few times now so I am trying somewhere new. My friend Lubos lives there and assures me the fishing is great.
Just giving this a bump up. :-)
I would be happy to give some free informal tuition during this trip and could probably arrange a days coaching from a World Champion if required.