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4th May update:

Hi all - from an unseasonably chilly Dyfi Valley! The wood burning stove was lit for the second morning in a row. After the frostiest April here on record, the weather contnues to throw tantrums, with winds touching storm force yesterday, accompanied by driving, heavy rain. I did get out last week, early one morning to Aberdyfi on the lures, but one knock was all I could manage. Water was absolutely gin-clear and the day brightened up very fast - neither ideal. Good to know I could still cast though!

I have a feeling spring 2021 might be a bit like the mid 1980s, when I rarely bothered fishing until Whitsun. A few bass and the odd garfish have fallen to lures on some local marks - and a few mackerel offshore too, but a cold spring is a slow one for shore-angling. Never mind - I am a month into my first COVID jab and after the second one, plus any immune system adaptation time, I will restart the guiding. I'll be able to say more about that in a few weeks. In the meantime, once these winds peter out (whenever that is) I will commence fishing the local marks to see how everything is coming along. Evening low tides should help avoid sands chilled by these colder nights. Watch this space!


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