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Grayling Fishing Tackle

Although grayling is a salmonid, it’s actually classified as a coarse fish, so grayling season follows the coarse fishing season from June 16th through to March 17th. Inevitably with the river trout season now open, you may hook a few, so be sure to carefully unhook and let them fully recover before release. Here’s our recommended essential tackle items you’ll need to chase the Lady of the Stream.

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Catching Grayling

When it comes to grayling fishing, selecting the right fly fishing tackle will enhance your experience. A light to medium-action rod matched with a smooth reel capable of handling light lines and delicate presentations is recommended. Opt for a floating fly line to navigate the surface currents where grayling often feed. Stock your tackle bags with an assortment of small nymphs, dry flies, and emergers to mimic their preferred prey. Focus on presenting your fly with precision, drifting it naturally along seams and currents to entice strikes. Keep an eye out for rising fish, as grayling are notorious for their surface feeding behavior. Exercise patience and enjoy the tranquility of the waters while you await the subtle take of these prized gamefish. There's more advice over on our YouTube Channel.

Watch our video with fly fishing guide, Chris Flay, who talks all things grayling fishing on the River Wye in Derbyshire.