The exploits of a group of local fishermen and women exploring the art of river fishing on the River Wye, Herefordshire.
Despite staying way too late at the Point to Point we were on the river by 7am, fishing per usual. It was tranquil. Panda caught a Shad and lost several. Sandy has been joining us regularly to fly fish. Doreen then comes along. Plus Arthur. It was quite a social morning.
New favourite hobby is fishing on the River Wye. Caught 10 species in my first fishing season; ranging from barbel, chub, dace, eel, gudgeon, grayling, salmon, trout on the River Wye and extending to common carp and mirror carp on Oakchurch ponds. We three Kingfishers go fishing every Sunday morning, starting at 6am in the summer and now 7am in the winter. The weather has been dry, sunny and calm except for one rainy Sunday in September and then the snow on December 10th 2017, which was very challenging with 10" of snow on the ground at 5am and still coming down. We persevered to get to the river and then fished for our normal five hours before retiring to the Red Lion Pub to everyone's amazement that we braved the elements. I managed to catch two lovely graylings which made it all worth while. We do have fun!