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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    Please be aware Olive members that today is the last day you can fish the Wye, Derwent and Lathkill. Tomorrow sees the start of the High season, and only the Bradford is available to you through high season. Please get in contact with me should you wish to fish the Bradford. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    The Derwent Section have the big river to themselves for a few weeks. I'm hoping they do a job on the stockies before it opens again. The Peacock tell me there are two places left. 595 if you are interested.
    Last edited by warrenslaney; 09-05-2014 at 07:24 AM.

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    Well today the Wye is high and brown and it will be a couple of days before it is fishing nicely again. Yesterday was wet and windy off and on but for those who decided to have a go there was good Sport to be had...

    Dry Fly 'Expert': "80 percent of success is just showing up..."


    richard
    Who resides on the right bank of the Derbyshire Wye and is lulled to sleep each night by the mutterings of the river, dreaming that "When the rivers and their inhabitants come first, we ALL win."

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    Nice to have the 'expert' back and blogging.

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    Need to make an appointment to see the doctor as i am suffering really bad Wye withdrawal symptoms, my right arm keeps jerking to a vertical position,every time i close my eyes i see trout looking at me, i think i hear the river rushing by only to find one of the grandchildren have left the tap running,and its only been 72 hours 35 minutes and 29 seconds since i last fished there
    Paul.
    Better to have found fly fishing late in life,than never to have found it at all !

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    Aaahhh, you have a bad case of Oliverus Memberatum.

    Pfizer and Astrazeneca will have a cure for it by the 23rd June and leaked reports say it will be called Danica Mortum. Side effects are as yet unknown.

    Del

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    Quote Originally Posted by delray View Post
    Aaahhh, you have a bad case of Oliverus Memberatum.

    Pfizer and Astrazeneca will have a cure for it by the 23rd June and leaked reports say it will be called Danica Mortum. Side effects are as yet unknown.

    Del

    The doctor as prescribed 3 days in Snowdonia searching for wild brownies
    I travel on sunday
    Paul.
    Better to have found fly fishing late in life,than never to have found it at all !

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    Blimey, you have as tough a life as me....

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    River Wye is fishing very well again, as it usually does after a bit of high and brown water...

    http://www.flyfishing.co.uk/1808823-post3507.html

    richard
    Who resides on the right bank of the Derbyshire Wye and is lulled to sleep each night by the mutterings of the river, dreaming that "When the rivers and their inhabitants come first, we ALL win."

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    Default Re: Peacock Fly Fishing Club- Wye, Derwent, Bradford and Lathkill

    Quote Originally Posted by richardw View Post
    River Wye is fishing very well again, as it usually does after a bit of high and brown water...

    http://www.flyfishing.co.uk/1808823-post3507.html

    richard

    You extracting the proverbial Richard ?
    Paul.
    Better to have found fly fishing late in life,than never to have found it at all !

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