Albury Estate Fisheries team
Cameron Craigs with Tony Hern and Marc O’Regan – Albury
Cameron joined us in January 2013. He studied at Sparsholt College for two years gaining a Foundation Degree in Sports Fisheries Management and Aquaculture. Cameron went on to work as Fish Farm Manager at Avington Trout Fishery for five and half years. He also holds a Degree in Horticulture. Cameron has a wealth of fly fishing experience and is a Level 1 Angling Coach.
Tony learned to fish on the rivers and lakes of his native Devon. After river keeping on the River Test he graduated from Sparsholt College with distinction in Fisheries Management before running Rockbourne Fishery in Hampshire for ten years. He is a professional fly tyer as well as a fly casting and fly tying instructor (L2CCA, STANIC & NAC Grade 1). He is responsible for the day to day running of Albury’s four waters, Weston, Powder Mills, Vale End and Park Syndicate.
Marc started fly fishing in the early 1980s and has fished for trophy species around the world. His experience at Albury Estate Fisheries goes back over 20 years, his son having caught his first trout at Weston. Marc gained game angling coaching qualifications at Loughborough University and Grafham Water. Now a licensed professional coach, he leads coaching at Albury Estate Fisheries and Frensham Trout Fishery. Marc heads the weflyfish.co.uk coaching team across Southern England, and is a Coach Educator for the Angling Trust.
Mackenzie Cotterill – Syon Park
Born in Australia and a qualified chef, Mackenzie worked in hospitality for many years. He moved to England and managed a sports pub before starting work at Syon park as an Estate worker, progressing to become an Arboriculturist. Mackenzie has been a keen angler from a young age enjoying all methods of fishing.
Mick Flaherty who provides holiday and weekend cover throughout the year.
Richard King – Albury Estate Fish Farms
Richard managed a trout fishery before reading Fish Farming and Fisheries Management at Sparsholt. His wide experience of fish farming includes producing carp and tilapia in Israel and running Portugal’s largest ornamental fish farm before returning to England. He has since increased production from the estate’s two trout farms to in excess of 40 tonnes of fish per year.