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ID:34101 

T. H. from Brecon

Sunday 20 August 2017 (1 day ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Gromain & Upper Llanstephan

Fishing:Season Rod

No. of Anglers:1

Fished the very top of gromain water at the bachawy pool, was falling but still holding a bit of colour looking good for the next few days.

ID:34115 

H. M. from Rotterdam

Sunday 20 August 2017 (1 day ago)

Area:Irfon & Ithon

Beat:Llanddewi

No. of Anglers:2

Nice looking river, slightly coloured. We caught 3 tiny trout 5 inch each. Still hoping for warmer weather and a good hatch...

3 Trout

ID:34116 

D. W. from Cheltenham

Sunday 20 August 2017 (1 day ago)

Area:Lower Wye

Beat:Wyesham

Fishing:Salmon

No. of Anglers:2

Good conditions in the morning, several fish seen and covered to no effect. River rose and coloured up a lot during the afternoon forcing us to abandon fishing at 4 pm. A great beat and a very enjoyable day.

ID:34118 

P. A. from Ross-on-Wye

Sunday 20 August 2017 (1 day ago)

Beat:The Nyth

Fishing:Salmon

No. of Anglers:2

Coloured cock fish of c.13 lbs, taken on a conehead tube in high and somewhat coloured water.
A second fish lost, on briefly.

1 Salmon

ID:34125 

R. W. from Brecon

Sunday 20 August 2017 (1 day ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:The Rectory

Fishing:Season Rod

No. of Anglers:1

An excellent finale today after an infuriating start. The height at around 1ft 9ins was perfect but the water peaty and coloured though the clarity was an improvement on last Friday.

Fished down Bridge Pool at 11am with 3/4ins Willie Gunn tube. Nothing showing until a large fish jettisoned itself at the fly between the visible mid-stream rock and the submerged one closer to the bank. I felt the pull, the rod bent and line was taken followed quickly by nil contact. On pulling the line in I discovered that my leader had developed an unhelpful liaison with a wind knot which provided the unhappy explanation. Good to have James K following me down the pool to witness this ineptitude.

Fished Gravel and Rock pools with no takes or fish seen and then gave it a rest until 5.45pm when I fished the Bridge once again with a #8 Usk Grub. I had expected the water clarity to have improved but there was little change before the rain fell heavily once again. A very gentle take in almost slack water above and slightly on the inside of the submerged boulder turned out to be a massively strong 28lb (42ins head mid-tail) cock salmon eventually brought to the bank and returned very positively having never left the water. My largest salmon to date.

I fished down again to see if I could tempt a second fish that had shown whilst playing the first but nothing doing.

1 Salmon

ID:34079 

O. B. from Gloucestershire

Saturday 19 August 2017 (2 days ago)

Area:Severn

Beat:Cannop Brook

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

5 x trout 6-8 inches, Rusty Klinkhammer. Today could have been easier on my patience, one way and another. To begin with, I was washed off from a day with a client on the upper Wye after the river rose following heavy showers. Irfon and Usk alternatives were also in flood, so we rescheduled. Then I thought I would cheer myself up by fishing the Cannop Brook near home. However, after catching a few at the bottom end I got less than halfway before running into a series of dog-swimming parties. To be fair, it is a Saturday morning in summer and a new path has been opened alongside the stream. Everybody wants to enjoy themselves. "Caught anything?"they ask, hefting another stick into the water for the dog. Smile back, because it's all a test of character.

5 Trout

ID:34081 

J. M. from Bristol

Saturday 19 August 2017 (2 days ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Llangoed & Lower Llanstephan

Fishing:Season Rod

No. of Anglers:1

After water levels were dropping yesterday and the river clearing, I was hoping to be in for a good day today. Alas, more rain came in and the river up at 3' this morning - If yesterday we were somewhere around the colour of the inner workings of a Mars Bar - today we had drifted firmly into the arena of a Yorkie. With great regret, I did not fish, already back home. Poked my head in on the upper Usk, much the same story. I imagine quite a lot of fish will be picked up next week when this settles down, wish I could be there! I did see an Egret knocking about, hard to get the scale of it - could it be a Great White?

ID:34083 

H. M. from Rotterdam

Saturday 19 August 2017 (2 days ago)

Area:Irfon & Ithon

Beat:Cefnllysgwynne

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Our first day on the Irfon. An interesting river but today coloured.
We will be back soon

ID:34084 

S. E. from Abergavenny

Saturday 19 August 2017 (2 days ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:The Rectory

Fishing:Season Rod

No. of Anglers:1

Gave it an hour with 1 rod fishing and the other on the shoulder, but by 7am the river was up to 3ft and colouring fast so packed up and went downstream. Fish running through, saw fresh grilse when looking off bridge at the 6.10 start...persuaded us to give it a go, and 3 more in gravel catch when fishing it.

ID:34086 

B. P. from Pembridge

Saturday 19 August 2017 (2 days ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Pontithel - River Llynfi

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

First time out for a month the recent rain hasn't affected the Lynfi much.
Fished Duo with a Tenkara rod as the wind was strong and gusty making line control very difficult. 4 Trout around 8 inches with 3 to the dry fly. Changed to a small dry at the top of the beat as there were a few Grayling rising,hooked and lost 2.

4 Trout

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