Lost floating net – Taits Tomb and downstream

One of our anglers, Cailean Moore, has lost their floating net used to release fish (Leeda scoop net with grey foam insulation he had fitted to it’s frame)  downstream from Tates Tomb where he had parked

If you come across it contact the DAA directly or see Cailean’s comments on the home page.

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2 Responses to Lost floating net – Taits Tomb and downstream

  1. Cailean Moore says:

    The River has really come into it’s own now. I had 12 cracking fish while fishing the duo last night and they really switched on at 8.30pm to 9.00pm as the light started to fade. Photos and video on my Facebook group Upstream Nymph. My friends are also doing well on other stretches fishing French nymphs. These have been good for me this season too.
    Some fantastic fly hatches recorded with multiple species including Epherema Danica, the true Mayfly. Already the sedges have started to put in an appearance so late evening sport is looking good for late June and July.
    If anyone wants help with learning French nymphing, say hi on the river and I’ll be happy to help. I’ve taught hundreds of people over the years for free and it’s great to see them taking what they’ve learned and catch fish.
    Long may this season continue to be a good one.

  2. Cailean Moore says:

    Cheers pal

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