Thursday, 3 July 2014

Last remaining river Wye barbel dates

 Last remaining River Wye Barbel dates.

Now that the river season has opened I have been constantly asked if I have any remaining dates left for my guided trips to the river Wye. Well the good news is yes, yet theirs not many left so if you are interested then you better call me soon.

The stretch that we will be fishing is on a private estate where Venetia Williams, the famous race horse trainer has her stables and this includes the famous swim called the whirlipool where catching a barbel is guaranteed. The stretch now includes the upper reaches that include the old railway stanchions at Aramstone, another popular and famous area so theirs plenty of river and countryside to explore and enjoy. Last year seven anglers, in four days landed no fewer than 100 barbel, well that’s not exactly true as I landed one on the float to make it 100, along with countless chub so its action all the way and with no other anglers in sight its should be music to every barbel anglers ears!

The dates that still are available are as follows and the price includes all bait, terminal tackle, permits for the venue, copulas amounts of tea and coffee all day plus supplying all photographs from your trip. Rods and reels can be supplied if needed at no extra charge but this needs to be arranged in advance.

Tuesday September 2nd – two places  
Wednesday September 3rd – one place
Thursday September 4th – three places
Tuesday 16th September – two places
Wednesday 17th September – two places
Thursday 18th September – three places
(If you are interested but these dates do not suit you, please let me know, as others can be arranged)

The cost per person is £125 per day and is based on a first come first served basis bookable by means of a £50 deposit.

Local accommodation is available and my recommendations are either The Falcon House 01989 740223 or Sink Green Farm 01432 870223 which are both just minutes away from where we will be fishing, however if you fancy a more rugged approach then you are allowed to camp right next to the river for a small charge.

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