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ID:1003 

I. C. from Bristol

Wednesday 12 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Monnow Valley

Fishing:All Species (in season)

Just fished in afternoon caught 1 brown trout about 3/4 lb on prince goldhead nymph. Difficult access river most of time the bank is a real jungle. Not much surface activity on the day I was there.

ID:787 

M. & M. M. from Worcestershire

Tuesday 11 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Titley Beat, River Arrow (R26)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

Yet another day on this fantastic bit of water, I like it so much I decided to take the wife! We both had a great day. The weather was fantastic, maybe a bit too hot for good fishing but after all the recent rain we didn't complain. The fishing was a bit difficult on this visit, I only managed to land 6 fish all around the ten inch mark and one a good 14in. Lost about 4, one felt like a good un! The wife blanked, but she said she enjoyed herself. Not a lot of surface activity with only the odd fish showing. No noticable fly hatch. All fish taken on beaded nymph fished NZ style.

ID:789 

R. H. from Monmouth

Tuesday 11 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Ty-Newydd (upper Wye)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

Excellent days guiding with Frank Williams. Learned a tremendous amount, and had the best day of the summer so far - really beautiful.

1 brown trout, 2 grayling caught on nymph. All around 8", none taken. Several salmon parr, all returned.

ID:805 

D. M. from Gloucestershire

Tuesday 11 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Middle Hill Court (R Wye)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

Despite bright sunshine and a clear river, we all had a very enjoyable day. William, aged 15 years caught his first barbel 7lbs 3oz on only his second cast of the day and then one 7lbs 10ozs shortly afterwards.

Total catch for the day was 5 barbel and 4 chub to 4lbs 8oz.
The only disappointment was the amount of litter and discarded line left in one or two swims which we duly collected.

To whom it may concern next time take your own litter home, we don't want to risk losing the fishing on this beautiful stretch of the Wye.

ID:784 

A. C. from Bristol

Monday 10 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Skenfrith (River Monnow)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

Absolutely nothing, didn't see a fish rise all day!

ID:785 

M. H. from Wiltshire

Monday 10 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Cilwych (Usk)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

A trout, slightly larger than my spinner.

A beautiful stretch of river and, for my money, your best fly water, but untroubled by the presence of Salmon.

ID:788 

S. K. from Cheshire

Monday 10 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Backney (River Wye)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

A good days fishing with the river back to normal levels,7 barbel to 7lb 13oz and plenty of chub. No one else on the fishery.

ID:792 

J. T. from Bath

Monday 10 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Fenni Fach (River Usk)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

No fish seen or caught. Some fly life. Had to finish at 6.00pm so could not fish the evening. Water low but still some good fishable stretches.

ID:794 

G. W. from South Wales

Monday 10 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Middle Hill Court (R Wye)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

Another top days barbel fishing! 11 fish, 4 doubles biggest to 11 3/4. Only angler on the water. Try unused swims, you will need to cut your way through bankside vegetation but well worth it!!!!

ID:777 

T. A. from Bristol

Sunday 9 August 2009 (11 years ago)

Beat:Whitehouse (River Wye)

Fishing:All Species (in season)

Very pleasant day with 5 barbel between 3lbs and 8lbs 2oz all caught between 11.00 and 16.00hrs in bright sunshine.

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