Well that's it for a few month, the end of another grayling season. It actually ended at the end of October with the onset of some of the worse floods ever. The Dee, my home river for grayling, was in flood almost constantly for several months and when the floods receded many rivers had suffered substantial damage. However I'm confident the rivers will bounce back quite quickly. I was out a couple of times this week on different rivers and it was good to see a few fish rising and fry in the margins.
Looking to the rest of the year I'm hoping it will be a good brown trout and sea trout season and that the grayling are on form come the summer.