River reports – San River Poland

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fly fishing in Poland

Paul Procter

September 19th, 2008 at 23:45

Paul Procter’s report: Despite a sudden drop in air temperature the hatches of fly were still quite incredible, resulting in swallows and martins hawking over the water in huge numbers. Of course, the fish fed hard too when during the early afternoon the rise intensified. Modest brown trout kept us busy, however, quality grayling could also be had by those prepared to search. They were usually found holding close to deeper water and responded to small spiders or dries presented dead-drift, with fish to 46cm and 30-40cm grayling common.