The grayling on our stretch about the last 2-3 years seemed to have disappeared and were not in the vast shoals that we use to catch,but late last year and early this year the grayling seemed to be back not in the larger sizes that we were use to but in greater numbers of small fish 8" plus.What are the stocks of Grayling like now in the Taff ?? When i first fished it we had some really good bags of grayling and browns up to not far short of a couple of pounds, and that was only a few years ago. I no longer see ANY reports from the Taff ?????
I couldn't agree more.I
Look I'm not against c+r, but this really does get to me. As far as the wider public are concerned here we have anglers effectively holding their hands up to being in a large part responsible for the poor state of migratory fish stocks in the Taff ( I can't speak for the Ely). I am sure that this is what Joe public will think and will wonder why anglers having admitted their responsiblity for the current situation, would want to drag around on a hook fish that are protected by law.