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Sunday was a cold, frosty, dull, misty day with not a breath of wind. Still, at least it wasn't raining, and the river had dropped.
I didn't fish for long, just a few hours but had a pretty good outing, 11 grayling, of a variety of sizes and 5 rose to a dry, all took a small Griffith's gnat.
It's good to see these smaller grayling, they are fit, muscular and good sport. Juvenile fish is an indication of active recruitment and a positive sign, I worry when all I catch is large fish as it suggests there are no youngsters to replace them.
That said I did catch a couple of lumps too, I've heard it said that big grayling don't take a dry fly, I completely disagree.
A well known 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.
guided fly fishing in North Wales
Guided fly fishing trips on rivers, streams and upland lakes in Snowdonia. and surrounding areas of North Wales.
Fishing for summer & winter grayling and wild brown trout.in the spectacular, tranquil countryside that is Snowdonia National Park.
Fly fishing lessons in North Wales
Fly fishing and casting lessons for beginners. Casting fault analysis, single handed spey, slack line and presentation casting tuition for more experienced fly fishers.
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