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    Default The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    The Editor-in-Chief, Paul, said:
    "It's a shame this thread has denigrated into a slanging match and therefore it's time to close it.

    Someone please feel free to start a fresh Wye 2017 thread but let's keep it to talking about the fishing please."

    I'm delighted to restart the thread. Let's keep it polite chaps, please.
    Chairman: Groe Park and Irfon Angling Club.

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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    River looking in great condition lets hope it stays like it is for March 3rd, tight lines everyone

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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    River is dropping and no substantial rain on the horizon. Any guesses where the first fish will come from? Ross? Courtfield? Ingestone? Lower maybe?
    The word 'politics' is derived from the word 'poly', meaning 'many', and the word 'ticks', meaning 'blood sucking parasites'

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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by stealth_fox View Post
    River is dropping and no substantial rain on the horizon. Any guesses where the first fish will come from? Ross? Courtfield? Ingestone? Lower maybe?
    Lynn wont be far away from getting the first fish, spoke to him on Friday night he has only seen one kelt whilst he has been on the river cleaning up the banks

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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    I think this years fin-clipped fish will be of the multi sea winter variety, may enter the river in the spring, and therefore hang around their rearing pond location (especially below Monmouth) for perhaps 8 months. I wonder if anglers should be especially vigilant this year, to ensure every fin-clipped re-catch, is not recorded more than once, twice, thrice, or perhaps even four times.
    Ian

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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    Barby - let's keep it to talking about the fishing please.

    Why don't you delete your deliberately contentious post and tell us how and where you will be fishing in March.
    Last edited by stealth_fox; 20-02-2017 at 07:35 PM.
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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by stealth_fox View Post
    Barby - let's keep it to talking about the fishing please.

    Why don't you delete your deliberately contentious post and tell us how and where you will be fishing in March.
    My post is a current matter of fact affecting the most important ingredient, the fish. Yours is only a sudden change in tone that won't last long will it.
    Ian

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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by barby View Post
    I think this years fin-clipped fish will be of the multi sea winter variety, may enter the river in the spring, and therefore hang around their rearing pond location (especially below Monmouth) for perhaps 8 months. I wonder if anglers should be especially vigilant this year, to ensure every fin-clipped re-catch, is not recorded more than once, twice, thrice, or perhaps even four times.
    Ian
    Lets all be a little more vigilant in checking for fin clips, I know I have forgotten on occasion.

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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    Many people have Morse.
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    Default Re: The (new) River Wye 2017 thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by morse View Post
    Lets all be a little more vigilant in checking for fin clips, I know I have forgotten on occasion.
    Sounds like you catch loads Morse, what's your secret?
    Ian

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