Month: May 2011

Monster Cuda

The last couple of days has been great fun with a party of four anglers from Rodney’s home town, as you saw a huge Grouper and then we went on to catch several Sharks including a 180lb Lemon Shark from in the bay. Today we sped off down to Bahia Honda bridges in search of …

From one extreme to the other

Earlier this week I was on the banks of the river Frome, the Mayfly hatches were stunning including the great falls of spinner in the evenings, stunning fishing despite the desperately low water levels! But I have to say the icing on the cake has to be our new Dairy House Fishery, totally 100% wild …

Riverworks HQ

According to lots of experts, moving house is one of the most stressful experiences of all…. So we decided to move house, riverworks HQ, workshops, take on a mile and a half of chalkstream fishing and carry on working all during Mayfly time, oh and not forgetting some Tarpon guiding in the Keys for Fish the Dream later …

Fish Rescues

Fish rescues fall into two main categories, firstly planned rescues as part of in-stream construction works and dewatering operations and unplanned fish rescues where fish are rescued as a result of natural events such as drought conditions or the impacts of abstraction or flow augmentation failures. Casterbridge Fisheries are set up to deal with all …

Stillwater Weed Cutting

Its that time of year again, excessive weed growth on stillwaters due to all the fine weather we are having. We are getting calls, particulary from angling clubs, because of the boom in invasives such as Fringe Lilly, canadian pond weed, Azolla…and the dreaded blanket weed. We are able come in with our team, even at fairly …

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