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And I have it on good authority that there is a misprint in his earlier catch return for Cefnllysgwynne on 28th October, which should read not 7 grayling but 70, no less! BP from Pembridge fished at Court of Noke on the 6th and got half a dozen grayling including one of 16 inches, which by any standards is a nice Arrow fish.
The following day PB of Cheltenham was fishing in the next valley, the Lugg at Lyepole, and had 17 on nymphs.
JL from Hereford was fishing the Lugg at Eyton and had 7 grayling to pounds.
I was interested to read that they were taking a Killer Bug nymph well.
AG of Harleston was still in action and fished the upper Wye at Doldowlod for 8 grayling to 15 inches.
A relatively warm autumn inevitably changed to some sharper weather bringing frosts later in November and the first snow fell on the Welsh hills.
Poaching seems to be the curse of the Irfon once late salmon get into it.
On the 18th AS from Newent caught 17 grayling to 16 inches at Eyton, while KD from Swansea had 11 from the Irfon at Cefnllysgwynne, all of these on nymphs.
JD from Hereford was fishing the main river at Abernant and had half a dozen on a Stewart's Black Spider.
MW from London also had 6 at Craig Llyn while ME from Towcester fished at Lyepole for 25 grayling. AC from Nailsea was fishing with trotted maggots at Cefnllysgwynne on the Irfon and got 18 up to 16 inches before a rising river killed sport.