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April 11, 2007
On the 5th April the Environment Agency carried out an electrofishing survey of 150 yards of the river downstream of the ornamental weir.
64 fish were caught , measured and samples of scales taken. The majority were native wild brownies of between 5-9″. About 15 of the Grayling introduced last September were caught. They have doubled in size and are growing fast.
If you have fished, blanked and think the reason is lack of fish think again we have a very productive fishery.
All fish were returned unharmed.

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