We cannot stress enough the importance of making quick and accurate returns of salmon catches, even if nothing has been caught. Recording catch data is one (perhaps the best, certainly the most cost effective) way of determining the success of our river restoration works. Although affected by short term variations in weather and water conditions, the longer term data set will build an accurate picture of our salmon runs. Catch returns can be made quickly via our online form for both Passport and non-Passport waters. Most of our reporting is from the Wye. Where a salmon has come from another river we will state accordingly.

View the Salmon Catches

Last Update: 10:36 am, 27th November 2019

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The data for this calculation is provided by Natural Resources Wales and based on lengths and weights from the Welsh Dee over ten years.

Thursday 26 March 2020

10:20 am

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR ANGLERS: Following yesterday evening's clarity from the Government on what constitutes non-essential travel, we are closing the Passport to bookings with immediate effect. Please note that the booking system will allow you to place tickets into your basket but will not allow you to proceed to the checkout.

Full refunds will be available to anybody who has made a booking while the current restrictions are in place.

We will review the situation when the latest rules on movement change. In the meantime, thank you for your support and we hope that you stay safe. 

Friday 20 March 2020

5:55 pm

There is a suspicion that the monsoon season is over, hopefully allowing rivers to get back to more seasonable flows and finally allow fishing to take place....

Thursday 5 March 2020

12:20 pm

Our network of river webcams and gauges has sustained some damage from the winter storms. We know which sites need attention so please bear with us while we try to have them repaired as soon as possible. 

Tuesday 3 March 2020

4:37 pm

Please look after your salmon! We have produced a new digital Catch & Release guide for salmon with Natural Resources Wales, Environment Agency and the Angling Trust, availabe in English and Welsh.

4:33 pm

The high water lies of the Upper Wye and upper/middle Usk will just about fishable this week, although more rain is forecast tomorrow which could put the rivers back into spate. In the meantime, the season start salmon fishing report is available to view here.

Sunday 9 February 2020

1:03 pm

Huge flood arising from Storm Ciara. This could determine which end of the river is likely to fish in the opening week. There's more to come so 25 days before the start it looks that the upper half will be more likely to fish that below Hereford....that is if anywhere is fishable

Tuesday 4 February 2020

3:10 pm

Season rods available for 2020 : Please call 01874 712074 for more information.

Friday 31 January 2020

12:56 pm

A new Fishing in Wales website will be launched by the Angling Trust in the spring. Read more.

12:51 pm

New fishing byelaws are in place for the 2020 season. Please see here for details.

Monday 20 January 2020

3:39 pm

Has anyone lost a boat during the autumn flooding that was moored on the river Wye? One found just downstream of Hoarwithy. How far it’s come is anyone’s guess but if you suspect this is yours (there is a serial number), please email admin@fishingpassport.co.uk

Friday 17 January 2020

11:57 am

New Natural Resources Wales fishing byelaws have come into effect as of January 1st. The Wye and Dee will have their new byelaws announced in a few weeks' time. NRW's full press release is here while the byelaws are here.

Sunday 29 December 2019

5:15 pm

Despite gloomy reports about no fish spawning, today was the first chance to walk along the bank and see what the floods have brought down. We were suprised to see how many dead kelts, probably all male were on the bank at Gromain and how big they were. Where were these big fish in the fishing season?

Monday 18 November 2019

3:51 pm

The Wye & Usk Foundation's annual fundraising auction is now live, with some incredble Salmon fishing opportunities (including days at Wyesham on the Wye, on the Upper Oykel in Scotland and the Taw in Devon). You can browse and bid on all lots here: https://www.32auctions.com/WUFauction2019 

Thursday 31 October 2019

1:08 pm

We are now in the process of opening up fisheries for 2020. Please check each beat page for availability as this process is on-going. 

Friday 25 October 2019

3:45 pm

Dolgau: 24lb cock fish yesterday for Paul Mason.

Tuesday 22 October 2019

8:54 pm

Glaslyn: A first salmon for Chee Lio on the 16th. The 17lb cock fish took a fly under Glaslyn bridge. 

8:53 pm

Bigsweir: Finished on 31 for the season

Sunday 20 October 2019

4:43 pm

Cadora Backs: late report of a fish for Maurice Hudson

Thursday 17 October 2019

9:15 pm

Rectory: est 20 - 25lbs fish for Gary Price on a Cascade tube between Island and Rock Pool

6:08 pm

Whitney Court: 10lb Hen, surprisingly fresh, off Beat 3 around 3pm this afternoon - Cascade tube fly for Tony Perrin

5:46 pm

Glanwye: fish of 7,712,7 the 12lbs in good condition details tf

4:51 pm

The Rocks: Richard Thomas had 2 fish today, both hen fish, one at 8 lb and one at 9 lb, both on a Junction Shrimp. 

4:20 pm

Gromain: Roger Kempshall had a 14 lb hen fish from Leaning Willow Pool on a 1.5 inch tube fly.

1:34 pm

Gromain: a grilse for Clive Roberts from the Bachawy Pool; details to follow

Wednesday 16 October 2019

11:32 am

The Rocks: Richard Thomas had a 9 lb hen fish on Monday afternoon. He was then lucky enough to land another yesterday, a 12 lb cock fish, before losing another fish shortly after.