- Aug 27, 2010
Hi has anyone Fished Wherwell lately in all this madness have a day off
One wanders if the rich dick..d can afford to keep coming back and wading in their no go area even if he is ejected cause he doesn't care and can afford it!
I'm sure his name will be on a "hit list" Certainly would if I were the keeper. The polite answer would always be, "Sorry, we're fully booked that day." I wonder how long it would take for our chummy to realise?
Derbyshire Wye is £150 per daythere are still some waters that you can fishing for £50/60 per day ( Grayling ) That are not on the radar
Wherwell was never one on my list to fish ( have fished it in the passed )
yes there are a lot what ever want to call them : but not every one should be tarred with the same brush
Re fishing rivers always think all the boys up North have a better deal on a days fishing then us down south
in the summer even though i can afford it I would never pay £150 + a day fishing : just wait till the Lady's come out to play after September and fish for a Better class of Fish
Hi bob thank for the advice., Avon springs river is 51, not sure if they charge extra ontop if u with a junior.
I had a look at the others on fishing breaks before and it's mostly aimed at corporate clients couldn't find any fishing there under 50. That's ideally what I am looking for semi decent fishing under 50 quid.
To be fair I am a member of a small club but it's always a compromise of over grown cheaper fishing or golf course type greens and more expensive fishing lol.
For me wherwell was a nice treat Yes in winter not easy fishing but at least its possible for a beginner to see fish cast to even if you don't catch them. At 40 quid was ok to justify the long drive for me at any rate.
Am sure theirs loads others up north that are not O T TDerbyshire Wye is £150 per day