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    Hi all,
    Any one have any upto date info on Lower Itchen fishery? Or recomned a good place for day ticket Grayling...other than timbsbury.
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    LI is usually very good, not cheap but worth the trip. Don’t get there too early, usually gets open at 9am. Haven’t been this year yet but will do a trip before xmas
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    The kennet has some lovey Grayling. I had a CSAS ticket when I worked for BT, the bottom end of their stretch, behind Newbury racecourse, from memory? Held loads, trotting a few maggots mid stream produced a fish almost every run down.
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    LI is the one you want. Had a club outing there last year. The first swim I dropped into I caught 14 of 'em. I got a bit fed up with them so had a go for the roach.
    BTW,it's just done a 16.10 barbel.

    Barton Court on the Kennet is worth a punt. They've made a bit of a comeback, though not as big or prolific as LI.

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    Would like to see a few catch reports added to this thread if possible chaps, pics would be nice .
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    Anyone fished Barton Court Hungerford for them? Any good?
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    I fished Barton court years ago. Lots of graying but all small. Plagued by bream and perch
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    Cheers
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    Fished LI today, had prob 30 ladies and half a dozen trout. Best Lady was just over a lb. track still terrible, river keeper still miserable, also seemed more snags in the water than previous years. Don’t think I will be going back again bearing in mind the increased cost ��
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