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ID:75198 

A. D. from Much Wenlock

Monday 8 May 2023 (9 months ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Difficult access to most of stretch, barbed wire, fallen trees, livestock water gates etc. Shame

ID:67485 

K. R. from Aylesbury

Friday 20 May 2022 (1 year ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Very low and clear! Had a couple of hours but no fish seen. Lovely location but shame to see what looked like rubbish from farm dumped and and what looked like signs of vegetation treated with herbicide nearby

ID:67288 

J. A. from Leominster

Saturday 14 May 2022 (1 year ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Well , with some good rain last night and right up to half eight in Herefordshire thought I'd venture back up to the Lugg at Litton and also fish some of the club water ..... fish happy to come up and take a dry.... started with a Para Adams in the shallower streamer water ... good success and also a tiny f fly scored well..... still low here,but very pleasant ... did perhaps half the beat ... a few missed this morning but managed to bring to the net half a dozen, ranging from six to eleven inches in size . A pleasant couple of hours .... I did see two mayflies too !!! Bonus !! There is a few additions across the Stream but its always been a wild one this ....

On the way back , couldn't resist another hour through the town stretch so waders back on six foot two weight in tow and back in the river at quarter to one ..... lots rising and some big big grayling seen too !!! Saw a dozen or so mayflies here ... what a difference a few miles makes........Anyway three savage splashy rises to my Parachute Adams and three to hand here and a few missed !!!! Great fun ...... could have done with another six hours of the wet stuff but still had some fun in a dry quite sunny morning on and off!! Back up to the Lugg again very soon ... spot on !!!

8 Trout

ID:67388 

A. J. from BIRMINGHAM

Tuesday 15 March 2022 (1 year ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Fish seen swimming away, a few splashing rises but no fish taken very low and clear

ID:58870 

N. G. from Cambridge, Uk

Tuesday 22 June 2021 (2 years ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:2

Access very difficult either side and with several livestock fences across the river making movement upstream from the parking space bridge unrealistically difficult. Not worth fishing - and that's not because we didn't catch.

ID:56513 

D. G. from Hereford

Tuesday 20 April 2021 (2 years ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

A pleasant few hours in p.m. on bottom half of beat. River low and clear with slight grey tinge. Very quiet till about 6 p.m. when a few fish seen moving, but no surface activity. Just one silvery trout of about 8oz came to a nymph in a deep pool, but escaped the net.

ID:47341 

A. T.

Friday 23 August 2019 (4 years ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Tried the Pilleth beat for a few hours this afternoon - far too hot and bright really, but still had a lovely time. This is a REALLY wild stream and can only be described as 'very challenging'. Lots of really promising runs and stretches but all so overgrown that getting a fly on the water in vaguely the right place is quite an achievement. Tried a small tan clink for a while but no takers so swapped over to a small DHE and then started getting a bit of interest. Managed to get a couple to the net - gorgeous fish, one jumping a couple of feet out of the water!

2 Trout

ID:47155 

D. G. from Hereford

Saturday 17 August 2019 (4 years ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

Fished short section in middle of beat late p.m. & evening. Water clear and good flow after yesterday's rain. One 8" brownie to a gold head hare's ear, otherwise quiet. Kingfisher flashing past periodically.

1 Trout

ID:44830 

J. A. from Leominster

Wednesday 22 May 2019 (4 years ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

No. of Anglers:1

Decided to give the lovely Pilleth beat a bash this morning , turned up perhaps a tad too early for any trout to be looking up , as it was only half ten when I walked down to the start of the beat , having parked my truck in the field , with some very inquisitive sheep and lambs !!!!!

Initially no action on the dries , so opted for a eighteen tungsten nymph , and had my first Lugg brownie of the day , about nine inches , lovely colour s, and slipped in the deep pool from where he came . . . .

I did see a rise at eleven , so seeing as I prefer dry fly sport , I put on a CDC and elk , also noticed the first mayfly of the day about then too , excellent !!!! Second fish on the CDC and elk , cracking , great take too , third ditto , about ten inches , again on the CDC and elk , I did change the fly to Parachute Adams as plenty of upwings about by midday !!!!

Last two fish of the morning where on the ever reliable Adams , did the business , nice splashy take s , one of eight inches , another of eleven inches maybe , so fish honing in on the flying insects by then ! spot on . Was a really fun four hours , five gorgeous Lugg fish caught and released , and plenty of wildlife down in this secretive valley , a weasel put in an appearance , as did the resident kingfisher and two lovely dippers following me upstream , a fun few hours in Pilleth , back soon . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5 Trout

ID:40613 

O. B. from Gloucestershire

Wednesday 22 August 2018 (5 years ago)

Area:Lugg & Arrow

Beat:Lugg Pilleth

Fishing:Trout (River)

No. of Anglers:1

3 x trout 7-11 inches, Parachute Adams, very low water. This beat really is in a state at the moment. I remember I pruned it with Tony Norman back in 2012, but I'm sure it must have been done since then. Today, I'm afraid the thick growth of branches blocking nearly all the pools defeated me. I managed to do some of the top section, or at least where I could get in, but I gave it up as a bad job before lunchtime. However, I was able to see enough to realise that it has a good head of fish in it, some of them good ones. The good news is that Pilleth has been adopted now I see, so with a thorough pruning this winter and hopefully some attention to the stiles and gates, we should have some fishing next season.

3 Trout

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