The wild North Country trout streams of the UK hold a magnetic allure for anglers who love the challenge of these exhilarating places. Lancashire, Yorkshire and Cumbria all posses lovely watercourses that each new season bring fishermen, both expert and tyro, back time and time again. Pat Regan the author of: Fly fishing on wild becks, has spent decades perfecting the mysterious craft of the fly-fisher in pursuit of wild brown trout and grayling. In this book the author shares an intimate, rural knowledge of watercraft and riverside wisdom that is quite unique. This information has been hard-won from years of fishing on the banks of wild rivers like the Twiss, Doe, Greta, Hodder, Lune, Yarrow, Wenning and others. Pat Regan imparts his knowledge though a series of honest, and sometimes amusing, accounts of riverside experiences. Flies are discussed in detail and patterns are included so that the angler can try out Pat’s original dressings. Pat Regan has taught the art of fly tying at adult education classes and demonstrated at game and country events, Pat also previously won a round of the Partridge of Redditch, Advanced Fly Dressing Competition. Fly fishing on wild becks takes the fly-fisher to the next level and beyond.