Back on the Wye

Isn’t it nice to be back on the rivers? I tend to leave the Wye alone for the opening week or two, just to let things settle down a bit. My first session of the new season was spent on a stunning part of the river, fishing a short evening session for barbel and chub. It took a while for them to switch on, but on dusk they duly arrived. Great fun. Rod tips 2 web 6lbs 8oz barbel web 4lbs 8oz chub 2 web


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4 thoughts on “Back on the Wye”

    1. Almost, Mark… I really lost interest in fishing at all through the summer. But by chance I found a shoal of rudd in a canal just recently that have stirred a bit of interest again. How’s your season been mate?

  1. Blimey, I was joking, really surprised to read that, come on now Ben we all really enjoy you words and adventures, just right now to search out that river twenty, or a place we know has very recently produced a near six pound stripey, (I have seen the photos)
    My own three pound target had me chewing the rod butt, with one an ounce short, got to be honest with yourself, not much up the river really, very patchy, and West Wales bass very much winning?
    Though the next couple of months really going to get on the perch and river pike, can’t wait,
    Dust down the rods Ben and have a go and will look forward to reading your newest stories

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