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Tree down at knolwe sands

Fishing at knolwe sands last weekend, I noticed that a peg just before the wooded area starts. A tree that had fallen in making the peg unfishable, the tree isn't that big so should be easily removed.

Posted on September 04, 2020 at 11:04 AM

Re: Catching much?

With the number of barbel falling over a number of years on the Severn.I think it's not just one problem affecting barbel population but a number of problems.And what ever they are they won't be fixed easily all not at all.But let's see if fishing improves later in the year.

Posted on August 03, 2020 at 10:20 PM

Re: Catching much?

Your right about the chub getting more of a look in at the moment.I hope it changes with more barbel numbers in the Severn.I am worried because i to remember those days when the fishing was a lot better,the Severn is a pleasure to fish and I've seen anglers with the Trent on there doorstep and come and fish the Severn.Hopefully it will get back to somewhere near it use to be.

Posted on August 03, 2020 at 7:56 PM

Re: Catching much?

I've fished the Severn three times since the start of the season.Ive caught chub and only one barbel about 6lb on meat late in the day,So maybe if your after barbel give the pellets and boilies a miss and fish a decent piece of meat.

Posted on August 03, 2020 at 7:01 PM

Re: Catching much?

Yeah no doubt its more difficult than usual to catch barbel at the moment.l think the winter floods have a lot to do with it,just my opinion.We all know that barbel numbers have dropped over a good number of years.I hope it will improve with the days getting shorter and colder.

Posted on August 03, 2020 at 5:56 PM
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