River Clun

THE RIVER CLUN.
The River Clun is a wild trout and grayling river in South Shropshire.RIVER CLUN 1
The River rises near Anchor close to the Welsh-English border and is a tributary of the River Teme, joining the latter near Leintwardine. Surface geology of the catchment is dominated by Silurian sandstones.
A wild and natural trout and grayling river with the associated hazards of fishing in this environment.RIVER CLUN 2
We do not stock the river as it carries a good head of wild brown trout and Grayling.
A number of our members enjoy the remote and wild nature of this river and a visit each year is made to familiarise new members with the river.
RIVER CLUN GRAYLING
A fine River Clun Grayling July 2016

Our fisheries officer for the Clun is David Bradley and can be contacted via the contact sheet on this web site.

Dave Bradley issues some guidelines to members on fishing the river here >

Weather report for the clun river area is available here >

information on River Clun improvement programme >

the River Clun Information here >

Membership of the Salopian Fly Fishers.
If you would like further information on becoming a member of the Salopian Fly
Fishers please contact the club in the first instance through the email
contact form on this website. (E MAIL CONTACT HERE)
Membership applications are considered by the commitee and New members are recruited as places become available.
 
 

The River Clun rises near Anchor close to the Welsh-English border and is a tributary of the River Teme, joining the latter near Leintwardine. Surface geology of the catchment is dominated by Silurian sandstones.

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