The Haddon Estate, through its Peacock Fly Fishing Club, has kindly offered access to its fisheries again as a fundraising and social event for WTT, on 20th and 21st July 2019. This is an excellent opportunity to fish for wild brown, wild rainbow and grayling across four rivers including areas usually only available to club members. The Estate ceased stocking its waters on the Wye, Lathkill and Bradford in 2004 and since then, has operated a thriving, catch & release wild fishery. The Lathkill, Wye and Bradford are strictly bankside fishing and dry-fly only, but on the River Derwent, nymph fishing and wading are permitted. Local advice will be available to help you get the best out of your day. To find out more about the Peacock Fly Fishing Club, how the Estate’s fisheries are managed and what they offer, you are invited to meet the river keepers for a chat and BBQ (at no extra cost).
A limited number of rods are available to WTT members at a cost of £50 per rod per day, so do book soon. Contact Christina in the WTT office via: firstname.lastname@example.org / 023 9257 0985.
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