Blog, news and reviews from Snowdonia Fly Fishing Guides
The small amount of rain we had a couple of days ago has passed through the system and the water levels have dropped back. Not great for the sea trout fishing but good for the wild brownies.
Tides are low with the neap in a couple of days time.
Today's forecast is for a dry but cool, breezy day. Personally I think we could see a little rain on the mountains.
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Slack Lines is a new blog to keep readers updated on fly fishing in and around North Wales.
News, views and reviews, weather, tides and river reports and my informal take on what's going on in and around the region.
I hope you'll find something of interest in the coming posts but please let me know what you think too.
The fishing up in North Wales is responding well to warmer weather. The wild brownies are doing well with plenty of fly life and frequent hatches enticing them to rise to a dry. Some early sea trout have been in the river for a couple of weeks. It's raining today and more forecast for tomorrow, a good steady soaking will see more sea trout making their way into the system. So prospects are good for the weekend with dry weather and light winds.
A well know fly fishing guide and instructor John can often be found fishing or guiding on the Welsh Dee or passing his knowledge to others at game fairs and country shows.
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