Game On! Yorkshire Game Fishing’s Philip Ellis, right, with sponsor Stephen Outhwaite from Outhwaite Associates
Game On! Yorkshire Game Fishing’s Philip Ellis, right, with sponsor Stephen Outhwaite from Outhwaite Associates

Harrogate tax specialist “leaps” to sponsor fledgling Yorkshire fishing guide business

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A tax specialist has “leaped” at the chance to help a fledgling North Yorkshire fishing guide business reel in the clients.

Ahead of the start of this Thursday’s Yorkshire Salmon Season (6 April 2017), -based Outhwaite Associates has sponsored Yorkshire Game Fishing, which will “guide” fly-fishers to the best spots the River Ure has to offer.

Yorkshire Game Fishing has been launched by Philip Ellis, who has given up his Northallerton landscaping firm to make a career from his life-long passion for fly-fishing.

Thanks to the Outhwaite Associates sponsorship, Mr Ellis has able to purchase a boat, which will be moored on the River Ure at Newby Hall, and used by anglers hoping to catch salmon and sea trout.

 

Mr Ellis said: Thanks to significant environmental improvements along the course of the waterways, The Ure is once again becoming one of the superior salmon fishing rivers in England.

Many fly-fishers are abandoning the famed Scottish rivers and making the journey instead to North Yorkshire, where they are taking advantage of the opportunities that lie below the Ure’s surface.

I’m extremely grateful to Outhwaite Associates in helping to support my business by sponsoring the boat. I’m very much looking forward to Thursday and the new prospects that lie ahead.

 

Mr Outhwaite said: Fishing has been a passion of mine for longer than I care to remember, and, over the last two years fishing The Ure, I have got to know Phil well.

When he told me he was giving up his landscape business to become a full-time fishing guide, I asked if I could help in any way, hence this sponsorship.

With his connections, knowledge, and new boat, I’m confident Phil will be reeling in the clients from day one. I’m certainly looking forward to spending a few afternoons in his company.

Further information about Yorkshire Game Fishing can be found on its Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/UreSalmonForum/

 

 

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  1. leaving scotland to fish yorkshire hey yorskshire is a nice place but leaveing scotland to fish yorkshire haha i think not,a few yrs back a days fishing was around £5 now its lept up to £100+ soon as the salmon are back greedy landowners jump onto it,they no different to a poacher and they will be here on the river banks shortly

  2. so we pay our permit fee,expensive,then yer have to pay a guide up to 200 quid a day for “guiding” the river isn’t even policed as far as the environment agency is concerned,lot of pool and swims if you like are well over grown,if you were to ask in any one of the villages in the yore valley i am sure they are exact the same as anywhere else in Yorkshire, after your money and with no help what so ever,treating outsides with major suspicion.but apart form all that yeah its a nice river and nice place minus the inbred desire to hate any one from anywhere other than Yorkshire……..and im part yorkshire my self !

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