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The Chinese Pool

 
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Chinese Pool

Chinese is a scenic pool and is sheltered from the winds. Fish pass underneath the left hand arch and will often rest on the boulders tucked into bank. Just below the bridge are a set of rapids which tend to hold the fish up. 

 

 

There is ample space for a back cast, so even a single hander can be effective. The Chinese fishes best at medium water, but is one of the pools where there is sufficient slack water in the tail to entice a fish to stop around.

 

 

And when you get tired, why not relax on the seat. A more beautiful spot cannot be imagined. At the top of the pool is a large boulder in the centre of the flow. In the summer months this often attracts grilse which can be seen flapping about from the seat.

In 1998 a lot of work was done repairing the banks. Over 100 tons of top soil and gravel was brought in to repair erosion and the pool is now back to its full glory.

 

Graham, a local angler takes a rest. Graham is one of the few anglers who have caught a grayling on this stretch. He is an excellent angler who is prepared to hunt out the better fish in the more inaccessible spots.

 

 

 

 
 
 

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