Thursday, 15 April 2021

RESTOCKED AGAIN WITH HARD FIGHTING AND EXCELLENT CONDITION RAINBOWS AND BLUES

Pant y Bedw fishery has just had a new stock of  cracking, hard fighting and excellent condition rainbows and blues from Exmoor fishery. 
Fishing is going well with the net average up since stocking. 
I am still limiting the amount of anglers on the lake to 10 anglers at any time due to the threat of covid 19 virus so its important to ring first if you want to reserve your place.
Pant y Bedw is probably the most beautiful family friendly trout fishery in Wales and is peaceful with lots of wildlife around and plenty of spare pegs so there is no need to wait for a peg. 
Free tea and coffee in the fisherman's lodge.
Please see the rules for the fishery before booking your slot.

Friday, 12 March 2021

PANTYBEDW FISHERY WILL BE OPEN FROM 13TH MARCH 2021

 Good news at last. The fishery will open from 0800hrs on the 13th March 2021. Please see the Fishing Wales or NRW websites for restrictions.

Please call me first as pegs will be limited and please note that my rules and prices have not changed from the opening up from the last shutdown. All of these can be read below.


Sunday, 20 December 2020

FISHERY CLOSED FROM MIDNIGHT 19 DECEMBER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

I HAVE DECIDED TO CLOSE THE FISHERY FROM MIDNIGHT 19TH. DECEMBER DUE TO THE RECENT COVID-19 RESTRICIONS.

Thank you all for your support over the past few months, it was much appreciated. Hopefully it will not be long and the fishery will open again but until then Stay safe. 

Monday, 14 December 2020

STOCKED AGAIN WITH CRACKING RAINBOWS AND BLUES FROM EXMOOR FISHERY


Really good fishing at the weekend at Pant Y Bedw fishery after being stocked with cracking hard fighting rainbows and blues from Exmoor fishery last week. Blue flash damsel, nymphs, buzzers and damsel nymphs were flies most commonly used.

If you want to ring to book your spot over the holiday period feel free and you will be guaranteed a peg straight away. No hanging around or waiting at the gate. Free tea and coffee in the summer house and plenty of friendly advice.

Open every day over the holidays except for Christmas day but keep an eye open on the website.

Covid rules apply at all  times so keep safe and enjoy yourselves.



3 crackers landed by Wynne Jones a couple of weeks ago.

Sunday, 18 October 2020

Young Rhys and Owen at it again.

 My 2 local lads had some good fights on their hands. Rhys and Owen (9 and 13 years old) landed a few fish including this stonking blue with help from Owen on the net.



These lads are the future of angling in Wales and always get help from other anglers at Pant Y Bedw fishery. Local angler Gary, 9 to the net, always gives them flies to add to the ones they tie themselves.

Saturday, 10 October 2020

CRACKING TROUT AGAIN AT PANT Y BEDW FISHERY

 Excellent week at Pant Y Bedw with stonking rises every day and loads of hard fighting cracking rainbows and blues coming out in good numbers. ( No I have not recently stocked) 14 to the net for local angler Gary both last Saturday and today on 4 hour ticket and missed a few more. Crunchers, dries, and tiny black nymphs are the order of the day. On Thursday 2 young anglers from the south of England had a cracking day with 15 each to the net on every type of fly from snakes to tiny nymphs.

These 2 are just a small sample of the quality of fish being caught.




 

Sunday, 4 October 2020

BLUE TROUT

 People often ask what is a Blue Trout. It is a genetic mutation of either a brown or rainbow trout. Take a look at the colour of this beauty caught yesterday by local angler Gary. This is just one of the 14 fish landed on a 4 hour ticket. Such is the quality of all fish at Pant Y Bedw.


Thursday, 17 September 2020

EVENING TICKETS AVAILABLE AT HALF PRICE

There has been some really good evening fishing at the lake recently with excellent rises. This recent hot weather has put the fish down but they have been responding well to cats whiskers and blue flash damsels. Stocked on Monday with "stonking" rainbows and blues from Exmoor fishery.