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ID:54188 

D. M. from WREXHAM

Saturday 19 September 2020 (5 days ago)

Area:Hidden Lakes

Beat:Trelough Pool

Fishing:Coarse

No. of Anglers:3

We had a great day. My friend caught 16 roach and a large eel, whereas I only managed one small roach. It's a beautiful location and we will definitely be heading back!

17 Other

ID:54196 

C. H. from Crediton

Saturday 19 September 2020 (5 days ago)

Area:Upland Llyns

Beat:Llyn Teifi

Fishing:Trout (Stillwater)

No. of Anglers:2

Lake Berwyn, apart from some activity start of day, fierce east wind and cloudless sky put down the fish.

ID:54203 

S. M. from Westcliff On Sea

Saturday 19 September 2020 (5 days ago)

Area:Middle Wye

Beat:Lower Canon Bridge

Fishing:Coarse

No. of Anglers:3

A great venue but very low clear water and bright sunshine did not make the fishing easy to say the least...!! On a positive note plenty of good Dace were caught on the float which saved the day from a fishing perspective and formations of Geese flying south in the evening sun was an enjoyable sight....Thanks to the WUF and fishery owners for making this cracking spot available to fish and will return again soon with the rain hopefully....!!

50 Other

ID:54209 

R. L. from SOUTH MOLTON

Saturday 19 September 2020 (5 days ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Doldowlod

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:2

Beautiful stretch and nice conditions, only downside was the incessant roaring of motorbikes blighting so much of the peace in mid Wales.

One very large grayling hooked and lost on NZ style deep nymph. Disappointingly this was the only sign of fishy life seen by either of us, very little fly life and no rises. Plenty of kingfishers, wagtails and otter prints seen.

ID:54237 

J. A. from Cheshunt

Saturday 19 September 2020 (5 days ago)

Area:Middle Wye

Beat:Strangford

Fishing:Coarse

No. of Anglers:2

Lovely stretch, very well maintained. River was low and the sunny days made it difficult but swim 11 produced 2 barbel both between 5 - 6lb and a nice chub - also another 2 barbel were lost, one very powerful fish managing to straighten my hook!!

There is a large snag ( a sunken tree I believe) that runs through the middle of the swim, so fishing off the inside line of that produced the bites. It is hit and hold fishing when you hook them but alot of fun. Stout tackle needed.

2 Barbel, 2 Chub

ID:54261 

S. J. from LLANELLI

Saturday 19 September 2020 (5 days ago)

Area:Reservoirs

Beat:Usk Reservoir

Fishing:Trout (Stillwater)

No. of Anglers:1

Fl y fished all day no takes conditions windy and bright

ID:54268 

L. W. from NEATH

Saturday 19 September 2020 (5 days ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Dolgau

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:2

1 Grayling

ID:54026 

J. P. from Wembley

Friday 18 September 2020 (6 days ago)

Area:Upper Wye

Beat:Edw Hundred House

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

1 Trout

ID:54028 

J. M. from CROWBOROUGH

Friday 18 September 2020 (6 days ago)

Area:Middle Wye

Beat:Fownhope 5

Fishing:Coarse

No. of Anglers:2

River very low and with bright sunshine and easterly wind it was going to make fishing challenging. Caught for first 2 hours 8 till 10am then again from 5 to 7pm. Blackcap feeders with 4mm pellet and a single 8mm halibut pellet and 16 hook to 0.20 line managed to winkle out a few with no losses. Variety of swims tried but majority of fish caught in bottom field.

14 Barbel, 22 Chub

ID:54047 

N. R. from SOLIHULL

Friday 18 September 2020 (6 days ago)

Area:Usk

Beat:Pantysgallog

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

A last blast for the trout before the season ends on the very upper Usk and the river was looking as stunning as always and the water a good height and crystal clear . No fly or surface activity today at all , was hoping the the willow/needle flies might be up but not today . A dry terrestrial pattern flopped tight to the banks and eddies went unoticed but was great fun anyhows with the anticipation of a good splosh from a fish always present
A cool quite gusty wind and quite a fair number of leaves in all the food lanes maybe didnt help today ?
Last light saw a few fish dimpling (on midge?? A few in the air ) in the first long glide down from the bridge (which is usually can be productive run I find) but the fish where very shy tonight . Move on.
Some more obliging fish moving just below the bridge , an truly amazing spot to fish with the view of the waterfall framed by the considerable arch of the bridge and it was under the bridge itself that a very large fish indeed came out to play then, sploshing around a bit. Alas by the time I had fumbled around like a fool all gibberish like in the now rapidly disappearing light (the bats where out now) beefing up the tippet and larger fly he had gone to bed it seems ! Damn , would have been a very fine way to wrap up the short season we've had this year!!
Whatever, very happy to have had the two there today all things considered (on size 19 para adams) so bid it goodbye till next year . Am sure we all hope for a much longer one next year!
Now for the grayling.....

2 Trout

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