Grayling at Willington … it’s not all over after all.

Caught earlier this year, no doubt grown on considerably since then.

Caught earlier this year, no doubt grown on considerably since then.

We have not tended to put a lot of effort into Grayling Fishing on our waters, why not? Walking the bank during October you will have seen the tell tell signs of Grayling sipping at the surface. If you’re anything like me I forget to label my flies “trout only” and catch Grayling when I least expect, I’ve even had them fishing at night for Sea Trout.

We know that there are plenty of Grayling in our waters and we have heard of 2lb and 3lb fish being taken by trout anglers. I’ve had a few in the 12 inch range this year without looking for them, it’s got to be worth a cast.

So, if you want to avoid being boxed up for the winter or just can’t bear to put the rods away why not give it a go. Let us know how you get on.

Tight Lines

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