Approximately half a mile of left bank fishing on the lower Lugg, a few miles from the confluence with the Wye and just outside of Hereford. This is a secluded section of the river that meanders through the historic “Lugg Flats”, a protected Site of Special Scientific Interest. The opposite bank is largely overgrown and unfished, while the Tidnor side is more open and accessible through open meadow.

There is a mix of swims to suit a variety of water levels and through its proximity to the main Wye, there is the full range of coarse species present, including barbel, chub, dace, grayling, perch and pike. The beat will suit especially those who like to stalk barbel and chub in smaller rivers or those looking for a change from the larger main Wye.

Rules and Regulations
  • No Dogs Allowed
  • An online catch return MUST be completed after fishing
  • Coarse Fishing Regulations
  • Trotting for Grayling allowed 1st Oct to 2nd March

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Full Day £20.00