I have received another report saying that salmon are attempting the leap over Loud’s Mill weir. If you have chance I recommend that you go and watch this annual spectacular for yourself…
Thanks for the report Rob………..
You should have been there yesterday to see the salmon! The blur on the left is one having an unsuccessful attempt ( sorry about the quality of the photo – only had my mobile phone camera with me ! ). There were quite a few there with some sea trout, surprisingly most were pretty silver. None made it over the weir when I was there – surprise surprise – it really is criminal that it’s so difficult for them.
Fishing might be off for a day or two as the river is still rising.
Went down to Loud’s Mill to see if any salmon were coming over – none seen – John Grindle
River looked very fishable this afternoon and if we only have “some” overnight rain, I will be out tomorrow…
23:35 More than “some” rain is falling – fishing is off tomorrow!
Looks like another front is coming in to spoil the weekend. I will post a report Friday evening on the state of the river.
Unfortunately we have had substantial rain today and the river is up and coloured…
12:30 Just checked out conditions down at Wool Bridge and if we don’t have anymore substantial rain the river will be fine for a weekends grayling trip.
16:30 Checked the River at Lower Bockhampton and it looks perfect for fishing…..
www.grhe.co.uk is now back online 🙂
There is a great article on the Lower Water improvements in this weeks edition, many thanks Nick..