Whitney Bridge

Whitney Bridge

Location; Whitney Bridge

Post Code: HR3 6EW

Google: https://tinyurl.com/Whitney-Bridge

Owner Permit; Whitney Bridge Glamping, Camping and Canoeing

Availability; Day Tickets

Fish Species; Salmon, Trout, Grayling, Chub, Dace, Pike, Babel

Additional information

Whitney Bridge is just a few miles downstream of Hay-on-Wye, with fishing rights approximately 700 yards either side of the River Wye.  Typical fish seen and caught here are salmon, trout, grayling, chub, pike, barbel, twaite shad, dace and roach.

Coarse Fishing

The statutory coarse fish closed season applies between 15 March and 15 June (inclusive).

Fly and Spin Fishing

The open season for fly and spin fishing for Salmon is from the 3rd March – 17th October

The open season for fly and spin fishing for Trout is from the 3rd March – 30th September

Anyone fishing will need to have their own valid licence and equipment suitable to the season. Anglers booking through us have use of our toilet facilities and there are refreshments available on site such as tea, coffee and bacon sandwiches etc…

*Please note that Whitney Bridge is also a canoe landing and launch site and canoe traffic may be heavy during the peak times. Most paddlers are on the water between 10am and 4pm so fishing outside these periods is recommended during busy periods.

Coaching Available email: clive@angling-news.co.uk

Website: https://fishing-coach.co.uk/


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