The Pinsley Brook is a small tributary of the River Lugg, flowing through the rolling countryside of north Herefordshire. The Pinsley has many characteristics of a southern chalk stream, and although very small in places has a very healthy population of trout. Early in the season is the best time to fish the brook, before the bank side vegetation is at its most dense. As the season progresses however, fishing the Pinsley will be a real challenge for the more accurate casters, when the channel width reduces to less than a metre through much of its length. The beat is fenced along its entire length without stiles so anglers will need to wade up the stream, testing their stealth abilities. Please pay attention to the map and do not wander from the river channel unless to access the public footpath that runs along the whole length of the beat.

Ideally fished with a 6-7ft, 1 to 3wt rod.

Rules and Regulations
  • National bye-laws must be observed and it is up to anglers to familiarise themselves with these.
  • Catch & release for all species
  • No Dogs Allowed
  • Flyfishing only

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Full Day £11.00