Letton Court Salmon Fishing River Wye, Herefordshire

Beautifully situated within the Letton Court Estate this 1.5 mile stretch of glorious middle Wye offers pool after pool of likely salmon water. The pools are well defined and varied with fast necks and steady tails and the wading is extremely easy. Vehicular access is good too (especially 4 x 4). From green-grass banks and carpet slipper wading – you’ll fish with no hint of our time: no pylons; no road-drone and no on-site tackle shop...

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Fishing the Deveron

The Deveron is a hidden gem of a river flowing north east off the Grampian Mountains into the sea at Banff. It’s medium size makes it easily covered and perfect for beginners and improvers yet varied and challenging for the experts too. Even though the Deveron can be prolific in its own right, it is over shadowed by its famous neighbouring rivers Spey and Dee which of course means, being less well known, it is very good value! The...

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Kharlovka – River of Dreams. Salmon Fishing Kola Russia.

Kharlovka – River of Dreams. Salmon Fishing Kola Russia.

Magnificent Atlantic salmon fishing in the Kola Peninsula of Russia Salmon Fishing at its best! The Kharlovka and its sister river the Eastern Litza are two of the world’s most prolific rivers for big Atlantic salmon. Wild and demanding, they provide the biggest challenges along with the biggest silver rewards to be found anywhere. Farlows Travel is delighted to offer through the Kharlovka Company Ltd the rare opportunity to fish these rivers...

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Rynda and Zolotaya Rivers – Prolific Atlantic salmon fishing in the Kola of Russia

Rynda and Zolotaya Rivers  – Prolific Atlantic salmon fishing in the Kola of Russia

  Varied, challenging and glorious! The Rynda and Zolotaya Rivers fall through more gentle gradients than the Kharlovka and Litza Rivers. There are some 75 interesting named salmon pools that require the angler to read the water and consider each cast. The successful angler approaches the fishing carefully in intellectual contemplation and, however experienced, listens to the guide. Some say the rivers are reminiscent of Iceland. They, and...

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Llanthomas Beat River Wye

Llanthomas Beat River Wye

The Llanthomas Fishery is located on the lower end of the Upper Wye approximately 5.6 km (3.5 miles) up river from Hay-on-Wye and approximately 3 km (2 miles) down river from Glasbury on Wye. The Llanthomas Fishery is approximately 1,000m (1,094 yds) of double bank fishing. The fishery historically was renowned as an early spring fishery. Currently however salmon are more regularly caught later in the season with trout, chub, barbel, grayling,...

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