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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Damocles, 20 Apr 2018.
Do you fly fish for the grayling mate?
Fly fishing is pretty much the only form of fishing which I have never done.
I trot for them with a centre pin.
Deep nymphing is really good fun mate. There is some great fishing on the Annan in winter for some big grayling....
It get get a might nippy when wading mind!
And you can't swim.
You go in some bits of a big river in waders in winter without a lifejacket and I don't think it matters much mate.
River Wye salmon return:
1988 season 6000 +
2019 season 350
That's frightening. Any reason ?
I think @snorky should be made to clarify what 'deep nymphing' is. I'm assuming it's a method of trapping mentally unhinged whales?
Told me he's loved up at the mo mate with a new whale. Minke I think.
Reasons beyond our control: Over fishing at sea, diminishing bait fish etc
Reasons we could help, (but don't for the main part): Sea lice from salmon farms, predation by cormorants goosanders etc, poaching, and the refusal by the powers that be to allow us to operate our SNR project to enhance the dismal levels of juvenile fish that are in the Wye currently.