Pheasant Tail Fly Fishers – New Recruits Wanted
Pheasant Tail Fly-Fisher
The Pheasant Tail Fly-Fishers was formed in the 1950’s. The club has several miles of fishing on the rivers Clun and Lugg on the Welsh, Shropshire and Herefordshire boarder.The river Clun is in S.S.I and has verity of wild life that is protected. Which means the river is in pristine conation. It holds a good head of Trout and Grayling. The average size of the Trout is 6”-8” with some good specimens a round 12”-14” range. The Grayling are slightly bigger with some going over 1 ½ lb. The Clun isn’t the easiest of rivers to fish as it gets very over grown in the summer but it’s worth the effort. There is good fly life in the river including a good mayfly hatch in the late May early June. There is lots of Olives and stone fly as well.
” A fisherman in his natural habitat.”
“A Trout and from the Clun.”
“A Fine Weather Fisherman”
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