Jamie Hughes offers fishing tuition here at Partridge Lakes!

Jamie is a RECORD BREAKING 3 times Fish O Mania Champion, one of which times he qualified here at Partridge Lakes and is a frequent visitor on our open matches mid week.

He provides tuition for all anglers from beginners to experienced match anglers.

Weather you are looking to improve on specific methods. Target individual species or get a head start on the competition at your next match, I have something to offer. And can assure that your catches and match results will improve dramatically!

  • One to one coaching – all levels and abilities welcome
  • Small group coaching
  • Corporate days
  • Beginners welcome
  • Specialised coaching to open match standard

I specialize in coaching all methods that are used at commercial fisheries, and am happy to travel to any venue of your choice.

I have competed at the highest level in UK match fishing for many years.

My best results including qualification for both Fishomania and Match This finals and also winning the Kamasan match angler of the year.

Sessions can be tailored to your exact requirements, coaching sessions can go down routes such as:

  • Basic watercraft and understanding the correct areas to target
  • Tackle preparation both on and off the bank
  • Baits and the correct ways to present them
  • Making the most of your time on the bank
  • Targeting specific species
  • Using specific methods

Whatever the venue I can show you how to catch more fish and improve your match results. All sessions are friendly and relaxed and even after the session I am available to answer any questions you may have, it’s all part of the coaching experience. Coaching is available 7 days a week, extremely affordable and all bait is provided.
07921 857419 | jamie@fishingtuitionandcoaching.co.ukwww.fishingtuitionandcoaching.co.uk
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Hughes was presented with the 2017 winner’s trophy by last year’s champion Andy May while his latest victory takes his Fish ‘O’ Mania final winnings to a cool £110,000!

After the match, sponsored by Vanarama, Hughes said: “I really wanted to be a three times champion – I don’t think anyone has been as persistent trying to get back to the final.