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ID:49566 

J. R. from Innsworth

Sunday 22 March 2020 (1 week ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Clear, bright and cold day (6C when I arrived at 11am), feeling much more pleasant on the sun by early afternoon. Water was very clear. A reasonable olive hatch started from about 1pm but no trout rising at any point in the river. One decent trout of 17" taken and killed directly above the falls on a heavily weighted cased caddis pattern.
Beautiful beat with plenty of variety.

1 Trout

ID:49509 

L. E. from Usk

Saturday 14 March 2020 (2 weeks ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

3 Trout

ID:48582 

J. M. from Bristol

Friday 4 October 2019 (5 months ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Salmon

No. of Anglers:1

First time on this fine water, very little idea of whether I was barking up the wrong trees, but gave it my best shot for lies that looked likely. 1'6" on Brecon gauge and water Gin clear.
No salmon seen or caught but a really pleasant time in a truly beautiful setting - quite a bit of variety, amazing to see the Usk squeezed through a channel just 4 or five feet across at one point!
Some pool notes and tips would be really helpful for this beat, which water heights are best, salmon lies etc.

1 Trout

ID:48567 

C. P. from Woodhall Spa

Thursday 3 October 2019 (5 months ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Salmon

No. of Anglers:1

10ft wt 7 fly only. Fished from the Usk/Crai junction to half way to the lower Limit. No fish caught or seen. Spinning anglers on the left hand bank just upstream of the waterfall. A truly beautiful river easily fished with a 10ft rod even under the tree canopy. Waded all the way other than under the bridge. Very clear water but lots of leaves in it.
My only concern is that access to the water has to be made over locked gates carrying new signs ‘Private Property please stay out’ and over electrified and barbed wired fences and past river signs placed at frequent intervals saying ‘ No fishing, no bathing, no picnicking, no canoeing’. I got the impression my access was not welcome. Could put the more timid off.

ID:48422 

M. H. from Orpington

Thursday 26 September 2019 (6 months ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:2

We were due to fish Penpont which was unfishable due to all the rain this week. Thanks to that W & U office for putting us unto this beat which is a few miles upstream of Penpont. It’s was just about fishable on the Usk but all fish were caught on the Crai tributary which is included on the beat. The Crai had much less colour in it. All fish were caught on the French leader from the margins as you’d expect with the rivers in flood.

9 Trout

ID:48106 

J. E. from TROWBRIDGE

Saturday 14 September 2019 (6 months ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:2

Very clear water, very few rising fish and none seen despite the aquarium like conditions. Lost one decent trout as the light faded.

ID:47557 

T. J. from Carterton

Wednesday 28 August 2019 (7 months ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Fished for 2 hours from 17:30 What a beautiful place to fish 1x brownie about 10 inches

1 Trout

ID:47356 

A. P. from Dudley

Saturday 24 August 2019 (7 months ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

With the bright sun and 28 degree heat forecast I expected a difficult day nymphing the bedrock gullies downstream to get a few fish. After a fruitless morning working the pocket water up to the confluence of the two rivers, I switched over to a small dry and decided to sit and wait it out in some of the dry fly flats now that olives and sedges were hatching off and midge clouds hung above the water.

This turned out to be the right choice when a few fish dimpled underneath tight overhanging trees in shallow water. After taking a small fish to a splashy rise I sent the fly further underneath the trees and after spotting the tiniest of rises I set the hook into a nice fish of about a pound. Using the same method of attack I hit into another fish where the water began to pick up pace, a fish that stripped a fair bit of line off!

Happy days for me as the fish beat my previous Usk best. The photo really doesn't show just how plump both of the bigger fish were. I love fishing this beat as it has such a massive variation of water to tackle. It is the kind of beat you could fish 100 times over and still not know the best way to tap into the stunning population of specimen trout it holds!

3 Trout

ID:47965 

M. N. from Bristol

Wednesday 14 August 2019 (7 months ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

The River started rising after rain and was coloured and pushing through by midday. It was a gamble that did'nt pay off.

4 Trout

ID:46967 

D. R. from Bristol

Thursday 8 August 2019 (7 months ago)

Area:Retired Beats (this group is to be removed)

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

A great day on this beautiful stretch of river. Managed two 14" fish and a fine 18" specimen, could well have been 2lb 1/2. All to nymphs as little was rising, although I did spot a few good fish during the day - usually after they had seen me. Also had a brief foray up the Crai, which is hard going initially but there are some more promising pools further upstream. Not that I could get anything out of them today!

3 Trout

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