After much debate and discussion it has been agreed that our club should open up our river Tamar beats for Grayling fishing throughout the winter. That is , from the end of the trout season until the 15 Th. of
Members are reminded that our right of access is restricted to a route alongside the river and that we should respect the privacy of the private landowners over whose land we walk. When fishing beat 11 from Trekelland bridge upstream
This lovely 11″ Brown Trout was caught by Richard Loy on the Boyton beat.
Food for thought (when fishing more than one river) Signal Crayfish are of particular concern on LAA waters. Please click here for more information.
This critter was recently discovered for the first time by bug crazy members of the club in an Inny side stream. We believe it to be ‘Ecdyonurus forcipula’ and according to the author of this post it is often found
The WRT , through their RIVER BUFFS initiatives, have given us 100 native trees. Volunteers are now about to plant them out on our fishing beats.