River was 2-3 ft high today but with a cracking colour managed 1 brownie at 1.5 Ib which took a"C"(returned) no signs of the silver tourist.
Yes, three totally different looking fish, I wonder what the parentage was. The top one looks a bit like a trout from an Irish lough (or maybe Leven), the middle one like one from a small stream and the bottom is a typical river brownie.It's funny how Taff Brownies vary so much in appearance.
You are right DAZ, they do vary quite a bit, but they are always in great condition the top one put up a hell of a fight.It's funny how Taff Brownies vary so much in appearance.
They are all nice fish but,the top one is a stunner! - Well done mate.
It's a great river innit!.Not been down for a while now,looking forward to a trip when the water comes tidy
My fault lads when I arrived at the Taff it was pushing through quite a bit, with 2-3ft of extra water the flow was very fast,so it was a last minute thought to put the spinning rod in the car.you are probably right POp ,I have heard of the flying condom spinner but i dont fish the spinner.New names of Fly patterns seem to come on the market every day,it seems as though the condoms will be getting used in all this water we are getting in the N-East of England. Thanks <lochbois>