RIVER USK – CLYTHA
Location; from Aberffrwd down to Chainbridge
Sat Nat: NP7 9BW
Owner Permit; national Trust
Availability; Day Tickets
Fish Species; Brown trout, Salmon, Sea trout
At just over 470 yards (400m), Old Clytha is an attractive section of left bank fishing suited to a few hours trout/salmon fishing. The croy pool is a noted salmon catch and lovely fly water, whilst the rest of the beat is perfectly suited to trout fishing.
You can fish the whole of Croy from the bank, but the section above is a long shallow-ish glide suited to wading up the middle of the river picking off rising trout.
Right at the top of the beat there is a deeper pool that holds some big trout but is only fishable for salmon with a spinner.
Parking is around 300m from the river.
- National bye-laws must be observed and it is up to anglers to familiarise themselves with these.
- Fly Fishing only for Trout
- Fly-fishing and spinning (when by-laws allow) for salmon only. No bait fishing.
- 2 Trout bag limit. All Trout over 2lb to be returned
- Catch & Release for salmon at all times
- Dogs allowed but must be kept under control at all times
Coaching Available email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://fishing-coach.co.uk/
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