Both rivers begin life in the heart of the Radnorshire Forest, flowing in an easterly direction to begin with. The Lugg is joined by the Arrow just south of Leominster, before continuing south to the confluence with the main Wye, a few miles downstream of Hereford.

There are twelve Wild Strem beats to try on these two wonderful rivers. Amongst them is a tributary named the Pinsley Brook, which has been described as ‘the nearest thing to a chalk stream in Herefordshire’. All the stretches provide exciting brown trout fishing while the Court of Noke, Arrow Mill and Monkland beats on the Arrow and the Middlemoor beat of the Lugg also have populations of grayling.

More Lugg and Arrow fishing is available here.

Fishing Type Key
Trout (River)
Sea Trout
Trout (Stillwater)
Winter Grayling
All Species (in season)
Boat up to 2 Anglers
Bank Only