Day two and with the help of Trev & Tony we have finished all the trimming above Whitfield Hatches.. If you bump into any of these characters during the coming season, please give them a big thank you for all their hard work…
Thanks to Trev, Rob and Jim for turning up and helping out with todays tree clearing at Whitfield Hatches. If you are free tomorrow please come along and help because we need as much help as possible to get the river ready for the 2013 season. before after
Thursday 24th January tree work at Whitfield Hatches 9.00am start. Friday 25th January tree work at Whitfield Hatches 9.00am start. Saturday 9th February 2013 – Grayling fishing workshop Friday 22st February improving access Gasgoyne bridge 9.00am start. Saturday 23rd February improving access Withy beds 9.00am start. Friday 8th March River Piddle 9.00am start
The next meeting is on Friday 1st February 7.00pm in West Stafford village hall. A very informal gathering of like minded people, an evening of fishing, fly tying, second hand tackle and chalk stream chat….. Slide show “There and back Again” by Glyn Williams & John Grindle – fly fishing adventures in Ireland, Slovenia, Bosnia, …
Friday 18th January finishing of a few trees on the River Cerne 9.00am start. Thursday 24th January tree work at Whitfield Hatches 9.00am start. Friday 25th January tree work at Whitfield Hatches 9.00am start. Saturday 9th February 2013 – Grayling fishing workshop Friday 22st February improving access Gasgoyne bridge 9.00am start. Saturday 23rd February improving …
The Club is a private one, founded in 1877, of approximately sixty-four members and six Town Rod subscribers. The Club’s waters consist of about 12 miles of wild brown trout & grayling fishing in the main River Frome, River Cerne and River Piddle, together with attendant carriers and side streams. The waters extend both above and below the town of Dorchester and the Club employs a part-time keeper.
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