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ID:67426 

T. R. from Derby

Wednesday 18 May 2022 (1 week ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Just fished in the morning, all caught on the nymph under a klink. One trout just a few inches, other and the grayling around 1/2 lb

3 Trout, 1 Grayling

ID:62651 

T. R. from Derby

Wednesday 15 September 2021 (8 months ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Bottom of the beat again for the afternoon, 2 small grayling and one around a pound. Trout around 3/4 pound on the klink.

1 Trout, 4 Grayling

ID:62650 

T. R. from Derby

Tuesday 14 September 2021 (8 months ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Only fished for a couple of hours late afternoon, grayling all 6-8 inches on nymphs

3 Grayling, 2 Other

ID:62649 

T. R. from Derby

Monday 13 September 2021 (8 months ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Fished the bottom of the beat, all on dink nymphs, 3 salmon parr. Working my way to the fallen tree faster water searching for trout when a canoe came down. Nice. They claimed that the guide book said this was a good stretch to use. Nothing after that...
FP Note: This canoeist is like the poacher who claims the farmer gave him permission to fish. We are sorry to hear of this transgression of the upper Wye access arrangements. These were established to minimise the number of trespass incidents. By and large they do but there will always be a small percentage of canoeists who either don't read the large print, believe they can go where they like when they like, or quite enjoy a dust-up with a few anglers. Fortunately though, this is a small minority of paddlers. More information for anglers on canoeing can be found here: https://www.fishingpassport.co.uk/canoeing-advice-for-anglers

3 Grayling, 3 Other

ID:62228 

J. A. from CRAVEN ARMS

Tuesday 7 September 2021 (8 months ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:2

Hot day today - reaching over 30 deg. so not a bad haul in the circumstances. Many of the fish were quite small but 5 trout and 1 grayling a 1/2lb or over and 2 of those (trout) about 1lb - so lovely fish. All caught on tight line nymphing techniques. We fished exclusively beside or just above the island at the bottom of the beat. We could not work out how to access the upper part as the pool in between on the right bank became quite deep even in these low water conditions. It would be a good idea to have a pathway through (the brush and undergrowth made the bank area impassable for access to the upper part of the beat). And some clearer instructions on access to the beat as a whole would be really helpful. As with much of the river Wye in that area its a brilliant place to spend the day fishing. Just need a bit more access to this particular beat.

15 Trout, 2 Grayling

ID:57702 

T. R. from Derby

Monday 31 May 2021 (11 months ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Fished the bottom section for a few hours first thing, trout all the same size, about 6 ozs but fun to catch as missed several and a tiny grayling, all on nymphs.

4 Trout, 1 Grayling

ID:56781 

T. W. from Stafforshire

Thursday 29 April 2021 (1 year ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:2

2 out of season grayling, very healthy and of just under 1lb (ish). Taking the dry fly. Also lost another 2 on the dry.

Great beat, although it is difficult underfoot while wading, it's manageable if you're without physical restrictions. You definitely need studs/felt and a Wading stick for stability and checking depth in front of you.

More challenging is the access to the water. If you're not able to climb down difficult banks, or willing to plough through overgrown trees and bushes this one might not be for you. There is no obvious path and quite a lot of river that doesn't have bankside access. Pools are accessible via the water, but as mentioned be prepared to go steady and slow with water getting past your waist quite quickly if you get a bit too confident!

One of those beats that could be fabulous if someone tackled the access to the water.

Hopefully that helps others. I'd go back as the pools are great and plenty of fish activity.. I'm sure they weren't all Greyling!

2 Grayling

ID:56983 

A. A. from Crickhowell

Tuesday 5 January 2021 (1 year ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Winter Grayling

No. of Anglers:2

6 Grayling

ID:55651 

A. A. from Crickhowell

Thursday 3 December 2020 (1 year ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Winter Grayling

No. of Anglers:2

Disaster. Freezing cold, snowing. The river was rising, and colouring up. A couple of salmon showing. Access to the river is unmaintained and very slippery where no bankside vegetation exists.

ID:55941 

A. V. from Cardiff

Tuesday 1 December 2020 (1 year ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Lower Glanwye

Fishing:Winter Grayling

No. of Anglers:1

1 Trout

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