Big flood for this time of the year.

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We don’t often see floods of this magnitude in May. This photo was taken when I took the dog for a walk in the Riverside Park at Ross on Saturday 22nd May. The water level at 1130 when I took … Continued

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Combined Sewerage Overflows.

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I make no excuses when I tell you that I lifted much of this information off the website of our friends down the A40 at Monmouth and District Angling Society. The more our Members and other interested caring individuals in … Continued

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TV cameras visit Ross to report on River Wye phosphate pollution.

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TV cameras from ITV Central visited Ross this week (Thursday 25 March) to report on the dramatic findings of Ross-on-Wye Angling Club’s water quality monitoring project. Charlotte Cross, the station’s Environment correspondent, interviewed Rob Leather and Trevor Hyde from Ross … Continued

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Salmon season off to a terrible start.

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Despite heroic efforts on the part of local members of Ross Angling Club as yet not a single salmon has been caught by Club members in the 3 weeks since the season started. In 2019 the last year where normality … Continued

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Ross AC phosphate campaign on local radio.

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As part of Ross AC’s campaign to bring the sad state of the Glorious River Wye to the attention of the public and to put pressure on the Environment Agency and Natural Resources Wales the Club Chairman Rob Leather and … Continued

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Shocking results for River Wye phosphate pollution.

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How Ross on Wye Angling Club is working to save your River. Months of water quality monitoring carried out by Trevor Hyde have revealed shocking levels of damaging phosphates in the river Wye around Ross. The club is supporting an … Continued

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Ross AC action on phosphate pollution steps up a gear.

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Since the post dated 21st December last year the Committee of the Club wanted another update on phosphate pollution in the River Wye. The update is long and rather detailed but it is important that Club Members appreciate the seriousness … Continued

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WHAT A NOVEMBER!

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A November to remember… PB Wye barbel then a PB River Wye carp and now another PB. After struggling the last few times out for the odd fish and with the cooler air and water temperatures, Paul Dowgill decided it … Continued

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11lb 12oz PB barbel for Paul.

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After a handful of 2-3lb chub on the feeder and not a barbel in sight, a switch of swims paid off with short drop back of the tip resulting in a 10 minute fight and a PB Wye barbel of … Continued

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New stiles are in..

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The new stiles are installed on Benhall so no more dodgy moments getting your leg over! We’ve erected a plank bridge over the ditch at one location as the sides of the ditch gets very slippery as we move into … Continued

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