Driffield Beck is a chalk stream which flows from Elmswell through to Emmotland. Famous for it's Trout & Grayling fishing and northern chalk stream habitat. Flies for Driffield Beck can be quite small and contain the usual mix of Olives, Caddis & Terrestrials. It's noted that there is't a Mayfly hatch of significance on Driffield Beck. Significant size Grayling are also be found on the beck can be caught using upstream and Czech style nymphs.
Local anglers flies for Driffield Beck tend to be on the smaller side with very fine presentation required during the summer months, when selecting your flies for Driffield Beck it's worth choosing a few small flies in 18's and 20's. Our selection of flies will cover all the required bases for your fishing at Driffield Beck.