Fished my first session on the Dee today near Crogen. Managed 10 Grayling; a few pictires below. It was very windy and bright. Does the water always flow that fierce or is the river still showing the effects of the wet Winter.
Thanks for the info.
I have fished the Dove and I agree the wading is not too hazardous. However I now live on Anglesey and the Dee looked the best bet at only 50 miles away.
Are the spikes different to studs?
I'm thinking of applying to join Corwen and District Angling Club (Browns and Grayling).
After having a bad experience on the glass rocks of the Irfon a year or so ago I'm a bit wary of wading. Could someone please advise me on the quality if the wading on the Corwen stretch of the Dee...
I am intending to try SWFF. I'm living in Bull Bay and there looks to be a few spots worth trying of the rocks which seem to be popular with the plug and spin guys. I'ts the freshwater locations where I'm struggling to get info.
I've just moved to Anglesey and I'm looking for information about trout fisheries on the Island. There seems to be little in the way of river fishing but there are a some still waters identified on the web but the info seems a bit out of date. If anybody has any recent info or reports...
I have a Danica Innovation Vice (Danvise) available if you are interested. It is used but in good condition. They currently retail at £59.99. They are a very good vice and are well recommended. I also have a pedestal to go with it for which I paid £17. I am happy to let the two go...
Although fish were a bit hard to come by it was very enjoyable day in good company and with a top guide. Although I went for an unexpected dip in the river I can still recommend a day out with Gary.