Easter Sunday evening, on the Wellow:
Vince makes a cast into some deeper water.
Eventually, a fish fooled by the size 18 tungsten PTN, comes to hand:
A fighting fit, wild brown trout:
Fishing the River Chew this morning for just an hour or so, it was a slightly different story. Although there were only a few fish willing to rise, they were clearly feeding well and the duo worked its magic again, finding fish in all the likely looking haunts.
A good, solid lump that was eager to take me into all the roots ~ a healthy bend in a #1 rod...
Another beatifully marked fish, this time falling for the dry fly:
The tungsten PTN was working well, getting down the to fish quickly:
Another fish on the dry fly, this time an example with a paddle like tail: