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Thursday, 19 May 2016 08:28

Unique opportunity to fish privately owned stretch of Upper Itchen

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The Yavington stretch of the Upper Itchen is a superb example of a classic chalkstream, offering about a mile of mainly double bank fishing for wild brown trout in totally unspoilt and glorious surroundings. 

Angling Trust Thames Fisheries Forum

One of the members of this privately owned stretch has generously offered Salmon and Trout Conservation UK four days this summer, with the money raised going to the S&TA auction fund.  

Two rods will have exclusive use of the beat.  There is some wading, it is dry fly only, and catch and release for the brownies. The price is £450.00 per day for two rods.  

The S&TA UK are delighted to offer, on a strictly first-come, first-served basis, the following dates:

22 June 2016
28 June 2016
3 July  2016
16 Sept 2016

Payment must be made at the time of booking.   Please contact Veronica Kruger at auction@salmon-trout.org / telephone 01722 415553 to avail yourself of this fantastic opportunity.


Source: Salmon and Trout Conservation UK



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