River Wye

(For coarse fishing only)

PLEASE NOTE THAT FISHING ON THE DUKE’S WATER (DOWNSTREAM OF THE WYE BRIDGE) IS ONLY PERMITTED IN THE WINTER MONTHS (OUTSIDE OF THE SALMON SEASON). It is not allowed during the Salmon season (3rd March to 17th October).

*The Upper section of the Wye is now only fishable on the single (eastern side) bank

Fishing on the western bank (the side closest to the A40 dual carriageway) is now controlled by the Wye and Usk Foundation.

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Coarse Fishing Only in Season – 16th June to 14th March.

 

4 miles of coarse fishing only on the River Wye. Winter Fishing for Barbel, Chub and Grayling.

When fishing, members must carry their membership cards and EA Licence at all times and authorised Bailiffs will patrol the river on a regular basis.

Both banks downstream from Wye Bridge to mouth of Trothy. (1200 yds.)

Single bank only Eastern bank upstream from the inflow of the Malley Brook to ‘Gwent Angling’ sign in 2nd (arable) field above Hadnock House.