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Long trotting for Grayling on the Wye

 

 

 

 

Really looking forward to some long trotting for Grayling next week on the River Wye

 

The River just south of Builth Wells is spectacular with many long fast flowing gravely pools with deep rocky holes 

 

The most recent report  from the Usk and Wye foundation shows the river is perfect .

 

The most recent report from the Glanwye beat reads as follows

 

"What a great day. One of the three rods caught 6 very large grayling two of which were close to if not above three pounds. All three rods caught grayling on trotted maggot. Special mention must be made about Gerry, the perfect knowledgable host. This is our second visit to Glanwye and it will definitely not be our last. Recommended highly. “


 

 

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"Had a great day at Glanwye, river fining down , but water very cold. Gerry put us on the best areas and we fished back from the stream taking fish in every glide we fished. All on maggot trotted under chiggers. In total we had 15 grayling, 5 chub and half a dozen wbt. Chub to 4lb and grayling to 1 1/2 lb.
All in all a very enjoyable day, will be back"

 

 

 

There is nothing like watching a float going down a wild secction of river not knowing what might happen,trout,grayling and large chub are all there

 

I have been sent from Italiafishing a best selling hookbait used for mullet and bream fishing in the sea.

 

 

A best selling product in Italy Its amazing stuff, very chessy smelling .

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You make it up the night before and it seems to stay on the hook for ever through being very sticky when properly wetted out.although it maintains a soft doughy feel.

 

Lets see how it works next week

 

 

The Wye below Builth Wells

 

The cost of the fishing is often £15-00 or less for the day on some of the classiest water you will ever see so go and give it a go.

 

  A Grayling laying in inches of water on the Wye