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Ian Powell3:28pm Apr 20th
I thought this might be of interest to you especially as here in Ireland our salmon fishing season starts on February 1st. We have 14 miles of private exclusive fishing on the Cork Blackwater. The first eleven spring salmon have already been caught in 2011, three in February, six in March and two already for April. The Blackwater is having one of the best rums of spring salmon for many years!
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Wales Trout Master catch reports for week ending 8.4.11
Here's a round-up of recent trout catches made at Trout Master waters in Wales...
Cwm Hedd, Newport
Mike Dummer took one fish and released eight on a Black Daddy. Rob Jones took one and also released eight, his successful flies being Buzzers. Richard Groves, one taken and seven released on Diawl Bachs. Roy Davies caught three fish for a bag weight of 9lb 4oz, all taken on a black and green Montana.
Great sport has been had through March with climbing temperatures and fish taking dries, Buzzers and lures. Notable catches saw Sion Williams (Ruthin) landing an 11lb 10oz brown from the middle pool on a Green Montana. Junior angler, Thomas Mayers (Denbigh), stalked a rainbow over two fishing sessions and finally tempted the 11lb 6oz fish with a Black and Green Fritz. Patrick Blake (Warrington) hooked an 8lb brown with his last cast of a six hour session after previously landing 10 fish, totalling 40lb from both lakes.
Diawl Bach, Buzzers, PTN and Bibio are giving great sport. Klinkhamer, CdC and White Moth on the dry. Lures such as Montana, Tadpole and Fritz will always produce. Last week of March saw a rod average of 6.4 with several anglers having double-figure bags of blues and rainbows.
Llyn Brenig, Cerrigydrudion
Biggest bag this week goes to Mr Williams, of Llanrwst, with six rainbows at 12lb 2oz. The biggest fish of the week was a 6lb 4oz Booby taken by an unknown angler from Nantwich. Norman Davies caught a beautiful overwintered brown trout at 2lb right up in the north arm from a boat.
Water temperature has risen to 7C which has encouraged surface sport. Rod average now stands at 4.37 fish per angler.
Bank hotspots included Tower Bay and the Nantglyn Bank, while boat spots included the shale beach to the right of the arm entrance, as well as the shaded patch of water to the left of the arm entrance. Tower bay is also popular, as well as sailing club and Watersports bays.
Top flies include Boobies, Montana, some Buzzers, Vivas, Damsel and Cat’s Whiskers. Anglers using Di-7s found switching to floating or light intermediates working a treat.
Llyngwyn and Elan Valley Reservoirs, Rhayader
During March, the fishing at Llyngwyn was excellent. 140 anglers caught a total of 532 fish during the month. Once again, the favourite flies were Damsels, Buzzers, Cat’s Whiskers and Montanas on intermediate lines.
Pat Sharman, of Talgarth, had six fish for 16lb on a Damsel; Mr P. Coppers, from Llandinum, had six fish for 14lb on a Montana and David Hyams, of Shobdon, had six fish for 13lb on a Cat’s Whisker. The heaviest fish of the month was a 7lb rainbow caught by Ray Brooks on a nymph fly. Mr G. Gray, of Symonds Yat, had a 4lb 8oz rainbow on a Buzzer and Cliff Lloyd, of Rhayader, had a 3lb 12oz rainbow on a Damsel.
March has also seen the start of the new fishing season for the Elan Valley Reservoirs. The lakes are now open for brown trout fishing and permits are available at Powell's Newsagents in Rhayader and at the Elan Valley Visitor Centre.
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It is understood that the farmer responsible for the pollution has been cautioned.
An eye witness 2 miles downstream of where the pollution went in described the water level rising by around 18 inches as a result of the spill. With very little rain in the area recently to dilute its potency in the river early indications are of environmental damage on a massive scale.
John Holt, local resident and member of the Teifi Trout Association, said:
“We were working upstream from Environment Agency officers and over a 400yard stretch we pulled out hundreds of dead fish. We had buckets full of a mix of large sea trout and brown trout up to 10 inches long. That’s broodstock. We didn’t even begin to collect up all the tiny fry and fingerlings that littered the river bed. Many of them would have hatched out this year”.
He added: “I would say at least 25,000 fish must have been killed overall.”
Following the outcome of the Environment Agency’s investigation, Fish Legal will look to take legal action against the farmer on behalf of the Association to fully compensate the club for the impact to its fishing.
NOTES TO EDITORS
1. Fish Legal is the new name for the Anglers’ Conservation Association, which was founded in 1948 to use the law to fight to protect the aquatic environment and fisheries. Since then, the organisation has won in excess of two thousand cases and recovered many millions of pounds in damages, which has been returned to the members represented to plough back into angling and the protection of the aquatic environment. Only four cases have ever been lost in Court. Fish Legal employs its own in-house legal team covering the whole of the UK.
2. Fish Legal operates throughout the UK and is backed by thousands of individual anglers. In England only, Fish Legal is the legal arm of the Angling Trust.
3. Angling clubs or fishery owners wishing to join Fish Legal and Angling Trust and individuals wishing to become supporters of Fish Legal and Angling Trust should phone 01568 620447 during office hours, write to the address below, or download a subscription form from the website: www.fishlegal.net or www.anglingtrust.net
4. The Teifi Trout Association controls over twenty four miles of prime fishing on the Teifi from the upper tidal limit near the bridge at Llechryd to Cenarth. Their waters are described as “probably the best mixed game fishery in Wales” and are renowned in particular for the three species of game fish: salmon, sewin and brown trout.
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Fishing this week has been at various depths, around 4 to 8 feet down from the float on worm.
On fly, an intermediate line and green montana did ok.
John Morris from Clydach had the best bag of the week with one fish weighing in at 10lb 3oz,
with one fish at 4lb 2oz.Best areas have been the disabled and the bay under the pump house.
Best bags, John Morris 10lb 3oz (4 fish), Peter Jones 8lb 12oz (6 fish), T Evans 8lb 7oz (6 fish),
K Peters 7lb 4oz (6 fish).
RHAYADER & ELAN VALLEY ANGLING ASSOCIATION
FISHING REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER 2008
JOHN NEWBURY, EVESHAM 6 BROWNS 6 LB
BARRY THOMAS, RHAYADER 6 BROWNS 5 LB 8 OZ ZULU
DAVID DAVIES, ELAN VALLEY 6 BROWNS 5 LB MONTANA
JOHN NEWBURY, EVESHAM BROWN 1 LB
ROGER LEWIS, RHAYADER BROWN 1 LB MONTANA
BRYN JONES, RHAYADER BROWN 15 OZ BLACK GNAT
BLACK AND PEACOCK, ZULU, MONTANA
Best Lines INTERMEDIATE
** ELAN VALLEY LAKES CLOSED FROM 17TH OCTOBER 2008 – 20TH MARCH 2009**
RICHARD BULL, KNIGHTON 6 RAINBOWS 16 LB 8 OZ BOOBY
PAT SHARMAN, TALGARTH 6 RAINBOWS 15 LB 8 OZ BUZZER
ELLIS RUSSEL, WORCESTER 6 RAINBOWS 15 LB DAMSEL
PAUL DAVIES, RHAYADER RAINBOW 10 LB MONTANA
GERRY WOOD, BUILTH WELLS RAINBOW 8 LB 8 OZ HARES EAR
KEARTON JONES, KINVER RAINBOW 8 LB BUZZER
BOOBY, MONTANA, BUZZER, CATS WHISKER
** LLYNGWYN LAKE OPEN ALL YEAR. WINTER SEASON TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE **
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