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FARM & COUNTRY: Busy week; tackleTALK.

AT Llyn Brenig there was a wet and miserable start to the week with the weather picking up towards the end. The water temperature was 15C while the rod average was 4.7 fish per angler.

It has been a busy week at the Brenig with the police international held in mid week. In first place was Scotland followed by England, Wales and Ireland.

Then on the weekend it was the WSTA trials. On Saturday the top anglers were Will Jenkins, of Llanilar, who caught six fish for 17lbs 14oz' second was Garry Preston, of Pontardawe, who caught six fish for 17lbs 4oz' third was Gerald Taylor who caught six fish for 16lbs 13oz.

On Sunday the top three were Tony Bevan, of Llanilar, who caught six fish for 18lbs 5oz' second was Andy Hoffrock, of Llandegfedd, with six fish for 18lbs 2oz and in third place was Russell Owen, of Llanidloes, with six fish for 17lbs 7oz. Over the two days there were 57 bag limits.

The hot spots this week have been all around the north end, along hafod lom woods and tower bay for boats. The best fishing method involved floating lines and dry fly patterns such as daddy long legs and heather fly patterns.

The hotspots for the bank are the north end, hafod lom woods, tower bay and around Brenig arm.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 14, 2006
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