A Pleb and a Wild Brown Trout

A relative novice at fly-fishing – I took it up last year – I had, until this May, caught a mixture of stocked rainbow and brown trout, and one grayling. The grayling was caught from the London Angling Association’s stretch of the Avon just below Salisbury. It had taken some sort of gold-headed nymph bumped repeatedly against its snout until, rather resignedly, it decided to put me out of my misery and become my first wild fish caught on the fly.
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