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Old 19-05-2017, 09:41 AM
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Hello Everyone,

I have been doing a lot of saltwater fly fishing around north wales in effort to learn where is good to fish for what species. But this week I was on the east of Anglesey and the water was peat coloured brown and very cloudy with lots of cone jellies. I thought with this limited visibility the fish would not see the fly. Is this right? I fished for an hour or so unsuccessfully Should I stop fishing until the water clears a bit???

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When it dies off the mullet will start to feed on it
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Well that's something to look forward too

I imagine there will be some massive jelly fish later on as well, not that I want to fish for them
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