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    wyvern trout fishery, brongest near newcastle emlyn,west wales, well worth a visit its an old trout hatchery thats been turned into a fishery, its stocked with exotic trout, tigers blues golden spartics and rainbows the rainbows are stocked from 2 pound, there is a small pool on the entrance called the worming pool for children learning to fly fish or for novices which can be fly or worm fished and is catch and kill, the pools and fish are in excellent condition and loads of fly hatchings catch numbers of late are up to 30 fish it really is worth a visit

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    30 plus on a new fishery with fresh stocked fish never been pricked before is quite normal.Never heard of golden spartics before????What are they.


    sounds good for the must catch brigade.

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    golden trout and spartic trout , they have a nice web site opening times and prices are on there, wyvernpools.com

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    Good luck with your new venture its a tuf old game these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveog View Post
    wyvern trout fishery, brongest near newcastle emlyn,west wales, well worth a visit its an old trout hatchery thats been turned into a fishery, its stocked with exotic trout, tigers blues golden spartics and rainbows the rainbows are stocked from 2 pound, there is a small pool on the entrance called the worming pool for children learning to fly fish or for novices which can be fly or worm fished and is catch and kill, the pools and fish are in excellent condition and loads of fly hatchings catch numbers of late are up to 30 fish it really is worth a visit
    Thanks for posting, I heard about this fishery in April and wrongly assumed it was another incarnation of the pools at Rhydlewis. I know that old hatchery, it gave locals a chance to fish the Ceri early in the season for the escapees. My mate has a stretch of the Ceri downstream of the pools, the next big flood could make it interesting.

    Pleased to see there's a new place to fish in the area, haven't been to a put and take around there since Tony closed Alltrodyn which was quite a while ago, good fun on a cold January afternoon.
    Musha rig um du rum da

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