A retired Training and Development manager for 3 major blue chip companies and director of his own training company, 'Harry' has spent many years in people development. As a fisherman, he won the L.T.A.A., and the all England match angling championships on 3 separate occasions. Having represented his country in both France and Denmark, he has wide experience in fishing rivers, lakes and reservoirs. Harry is responsible for the daily organisation of the Teifi River Guides and all enquiries.
Alan 'H' Jackson
Harry with a nice 13lb Salmon
Mike is a Welsh World Championship team member and a Welsh Rivers team member He is an exceptional Fly Tyer and his patterns are much sought after, both locally and further afield. With his knowledge and experience of the Teifi, being second to none and his catch returns each season speaking for themselves, Mike is a top rod on the river and a top man to be with.
Mike Evans - Head Guide
Mike's 14lb Sea Trout caught last season
Before moving to Wales from Lancashire 15 years ago, Dave spent much of his time fishing the Lune, Ribble and Hodder. Now, living literally on the banks of the Teifi, he is passionate about conserving fish stocks in the river, and has done sterling work in the past with the Teifi Rivers Trust and their re-stocking programme He also fought successfully to overturn the open access bid that canoeists took to the Welsh Assembly. Dave is a senior coach for Angling Wales and holds the UK Coaching Certificate.
Typical Teifi Brown Trout
Steve has fly fished throughout the U.K. for salmon and sea trout for over 40 years and since retiring to the Teifi valley 12 years ago he has gained a more in depth knowledge of the Teifi which he started fishing in the 80's.
As well as being an accomplished custom rod builder of both single and double handed rods, Steve also ties quality salmon and sea trout flies that have proved their worth not only on the Teifi but also in Russia, Patagonia and British Columbia.
Steve Reeves; Fly dresser & Rod builder
Steve Ties a 'Teifi' pattern
Steve 'Eyes' up a Rod