Lynher

The Lynher, which rises on Bodmin Moor and enters the English Channel via the Tamar estuary, is the earliest of the Cornish rivers to open for salmon fishing. Spring fish begin to move in late March or April though the main run is usually in late spring and summer. Despite this, the Lynher is reckoned to offer a reasonable chance of salmon at any time of season. Sea trout also run up the Lynher, the larger fish in May. There are brown trout, too, but these tend to be on the small side. As with all Cornish rivers, the best trouting is reckoned to be in the upper reaches. In the case of the Lynher, that usually means above Kerney Bridge near Golberdon. Rod Licence: SWWA Callington, CornwallTSTS?-(one section only) 11 sections in area all as detailed on Liskeard AC map (obtainable with ticket)AB DT (not after Oct 15): ATS (P. Gardner, Southgate Street, Launceston; W. S. Buckingham, 40, Fore Street, Callington; Botterell’s, 6, Fore Street, Liskeard)PO (Rilla Mill, Callington) or AAA(Liskeard &Dist.AC)e Marden. See R. Avon (Bristol) Manifold. See R. Trent Maun. See R. Trent Mease. See R. Trent Meavy. See R. Plym Mehen. See R. Trent

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