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Re: Stacklands new Wye fishery

When we went to view the water prior to purchase back in late March, from what we could see the upstream end of the fishery looked shallow, it's also on the inside of a gentle curve with the result that the water around the bank also looked shallow. So I would recommend the upstream end furthest away from the footbridge.

There are also some old salmon fishing concrete platforms that extend well out into the river in the downstream meadow close to the fishing hut/car park, these may be good for a bit of trotting.

Take care when wading and let us know how the fishing goes and what you catch, pictures would also be appreciated.

Posted on June 05, 2015 at 4:20 PM

Re: Stacklands new Wye fishery

I've also added an additional route to the Stacklands Where To Fish webpage (Approaches) that gets you within about 5 miles of the fishery before you have to leave the motorway/main roads.

Posted on June 04, 2015 at 6:47 PM

Stacklands new Wye fishery

The Fisheries team was at Stacklands (Kings Caple) today doing prep for the 16th June.

We've put up signs, there's one on the gate to help you find it.

We've created a car park alongside the fishing hut, all signed and fenced, please use it, don't park on the bank and don't block the gate to the next meadow as it's in use daily by the farmer.

We've created additional pegs especially in meadows 2 & 3 which was a bit challenging as the river was well up.

The walk from the car park area to the bank is very short.

When you enter the gate from the road into the field (please close the gate), drive on the track alongside the fence to you right, which will take you direct to the parking area and hut.

Be careful around the hut as bees are nesting in it!

Please enjoy it as it's a very beautiful location, and post pictures of what you catch on the forum.

Posted on June 03, 2015 at 7:50 PM

Forum pages

I've just added a new forum page 'Juniors' for our younger members to post in.

Any suggestions for additional forum pages?

How about 'Have a moan' where you can raise any issues you have with the BAA or anything else, promise I won't delete any moans about the BAA as long as they stick to the Rules & Regs!

Posted on June 02, 2015 at 11:53 AM

Bite alarm found

Paul Evans called BAA HQ at Hagley to report a bite alarm he found at Mythe on the 28th May. If it's yours, call Paul on 07838 935435.

Paul, thanks for reporting your find.

Posted on May 31, 2015 at 3:55 PM

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