Sunday, 14 October 2012

First Czech nymping session of the cold season

Things are slowly downhill now for winter and the temperatures are all ready starting to plummet, for me this usually signals the time when i start to think about grayling sessions with ice and snow on the ground and bloody cold legs!
Although not quite that extreme yet it was still cold overnight and was a good time to get out and have a go Czech Nymping for the first time since last winter. I met up with my mate Steve and between us we must have been pushing 40 fish, with Steve taking the higher majority, Most were of a good reasonable size and your soon reminded of how hard these fish fight for there size, even when you eventually get them in your hand there still fighting, they remind me of eels the way the squirm.

It was nice to be out in the river catching and trying a few flies out. Look forward to many more sessions into the colder seasons.

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