An afternoon and evening for 1 rod fishing for wild brown trout on the River Calder, Lancashire.
An afternoon and evening for 1 rod fishing for wild brown trout on the River Calder with Tom Myerscough of the Wyre Rivers Trust. The Calder is a tributary of the river Wyre and it offers an as-yet-untapped source of excellent fishing for small wild brown trout. A small river so bring a 3- or 4-wt rod, along with chest waders. You need to be a confident wader and adept at casting to reach the tricky places where the bigger fish can be found. A light repast will be included along with a short talk on the works which have been completed on the river Calder to date. To be taken by June 2019, ideally a weekday but not Sundays due to cricket commitments!