Friday, 20 September 2019

Conditions look grim on all counts at present for all aspects of the sport.  Enjoy the sun -winter comes soon enough and who knows there may yet be a chance of some backender bashing if that's what grabs you.

Thursday, 19 September 2019

Bright, warm and very sunny but nevertheless the Rectory keeps on giving.  10lb fish reported yesterday for Gary Price on fly..   Never say never.

Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Dry sunny and fairly warm. Water low and clear.  Not very encouraging

Came across this old photo today.  A days catch at Wyesham!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Good old days -or does it affect your current politically correct sensibilities?


Salmon Farm S++t
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Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Looks like being a dry settled week with temperatures on the rise so present conditions will persist.

Fish reported from the Dog Hole Goodrich to |Matt Cooper, 9lbs  one more from the Nyth to Alfred Pope and one from Builth to Oliver Burch while trout fishing.

Monday, 16 September 2019

Been a few fish caught while I was away it seems, notably from the Nyth.   Pretty much stale coloured fish by the look of it with seemingly nothing new coming in from the estuary which iss a big dissapointment.  Most fish caught from now on look likely to be pretty stale and not muuch of a challenge other than to try and make this seasons total look just a little better.

Did see a fish while I was away.  However it was on the wall of the Loch Awe hotel.  A superb fish of 55lbs caught in the Awe in 1901.     A stunning fish and a superb cast.  See below;


Sunday, 8 September 2019


Couple of odd fish reported.

One 4lb grilse from Wyesham to Tim Howard. a day or so ago
9lb colourerd fish from glanwye to Ben savage,


All quiet otherwise.

Away next week so no reports probably.  doesn't look like bein g much in the way of salmon anyway.!!
















Saturday, 7 September 2019



A fish.  7lb reported from Clifford on the 5th Sept by Ricky Reno on a cascade.  Hope springs eternal.