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ID:21336

S. W. from Brentwood, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Middle & Lower Wye
Beat: Caradoc (Booking Office), Fishing Type: Coarse, No. Anglers: 1

Had a few nice fish near the bridge this beat now has a new club on the opposite bank BAA and must of had ten anglers fishing and it is expensive for a days fishing.

2 Trout, 5 Barbel, 3 Chub


ID:21348

S. T. from Porth, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Stillwaters
Beat: Llwyn On Reservoir (Booking Office), Fishing Type: 6 Fish Permit, No. Anglers: 1

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1 Trout


ID:21350

N. H. from Worcester, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Wye - Arrow
Beat: Hergest Court (Booking Office), Fishing Type: Trout, No. Anglers: 1

Only 2 weeks ago this little river was alive with Mayfly. With their departure it has become surprisingly quiet; very few hatching insects and hence few rising fish. What fishing could be done was sight fished with upstream nymphs.

3 Trout


ID:21352

R. G. from Blaydon, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Middle & Lower Wye
Beat: Lower Carrots & Luggsmouth (Booking Office), Fishing Type: Coarse, No. Anglers: 1

First time on this beat for me and it really is a picture. I fished mainly the bottom end and picked up fish throughout the day finishing with 6 barbel up to about 8.5lb and 10 chub to 3.5lb all caught on either halibut or Robin Red pellets making for a great start to the season. Now a word about exiting the field! It is iffy but I found if you get as close to the road as possible and wind your window down you can hear the approach of any car to your right because you certainly can't see them get out quick and park up a few yds to the left and then shut the gate. Thanks once again W.U.F for another lovely day on the best river in the country.

6 Barbel, 10 Chub


ID:21362

L. R. from Newport, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Stillwaters
Beat: Usk Reservoir (Booking Office), Fishing Type: OAP 6 fish permit, No. Anglers: 1

No fish caught in 12hrs not even a bite. Plenty of ducks but no fish.


ID:21373

L. S. from Suffolk, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Middle & Lower Wye
Beat: Sugwas Court (Booking Office), Fishing Type: Coarse, No. Anglers: 2

Fishing difficult on a low clear river but what a wonderful stretch with everything you need fast gravel runs deep sections and deep gulleys under trees. Tried touch legering and feeder fishing on both upper and lower sections but only a couple of Barbel to show late afternoon. Day was very hot and bright which did not help but still really enjoyable. My fellow angler had a kingfisher land on his rod tip which made his day. Lower section is very snaggy so lost and couple of feeders. Thanks again to WU for a wonderful stretch.

2 Barbel, 6 Chub


ID:21386

P. S. from Cheltenham, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Middle & Lower Wye
Beat: Backney Upper (Booking Office), Fishing Type: Coarse, No. Anglers: 1

Arrived at dawn and fished the oak tree swim. Had two chub at between 2 and 3 pounds followed by the barbel at around mid-day. Very slow going. All on feeder and pellet. Moved down to the fishing hut swim and had another chub on ledgered pellet wrapped in paste. All very slow. Tried every swim downstream of the oak tree. Every swim upstream of the oak tree was inaccessible which was a shame.

1 Barbel, 3 Chub


ID:21396

I. F. from MALVERN, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Middle & Lower Wye
Beat: Whitney Court (Booking Office), Fishing Type: Coarse, No. Anglers: 1

Typical Wye chub early on a pleasant day by river, then uninterrupted by any further action. Lowish water, bright conditions and beat confines with limited and occupied hotspots made for a disappointing day. Large number of salmon moving all day long didn't help!

1 Chub


ID:21401

A. S. from Newent, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Wye - Lugg
Beat: Luggsbridge (Booking Office), Fishing Type: Coarse, No. Anglers: 1

struggled to locate chub in the short time was there. 3 chublets, 3 dace and a clonker between 6-7lbs, a proper fish. Fought very hard, caught on luncheon meat.

4 Chub, 3 Other


ID:21402

D. H. from Blandford, Dorset, Friday 19 June, 2015

Area: Middle & Lower Wye
Beat: Kerne Bridge (Booking Office), Fishing Type: Coarse, No. Anglers: 2

2nd time we have fished here and as ever the scenery was stunning. We caught only 1 barbel and lost 2 and lost count of the amount of chub.

Sadly we won't be back to this particular stretch unless the landlord changes the rule of the amount of bookings in one day. It used to be better in the old days as back then 2 anglers from the same party could book the whole stretch and have it to themselves. Now you can get 4 anglers on a very short stretch which only leaves 2 swims in high water.

Sorry to moan a bit but that's just the way we feel...

Landlord was polite and friendly as we discussed this etc.

Thanks to WUF for all they do.

1 Barbel, 20 Chub, 2 Other

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