I soon got into fish both grayling and trout, all small, wonderful and wild, caught with a variety of flies and methods. Around lunchtime the trout were rising nicely but I still broke off for 2 pit stops, aswell as taking a few fish off the top inbetween. I am trying really hard not to sound enthusiastic as its not a very good venue, so don't bother going - Keep Away Please.
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Tuesday, 24 June 2008
I set out early to Bentley Brook at around 7.00am as I had to come back for parents evening, yipee! I walked all the way down the stretch, peeking here and there, carefully trying not to spook the fish to give me a better chance when fishing my way back. The brook was running very clear although I guess it was a little low, but with a nice warm morning i decided to leave my fleece behind.