Beat 25: St Leonard’s

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About Beat 25: St Leonard’s

St Leonard's is a gem when the water is right. 1 Km of RHB with Trout and grayling fishing with occasional sea trout. Trout season runs from 15 March to 30 September and Grayling 16 June to 31 October. This is a lovely small river, best fished with a short rod. If it is not too coloured, fish the faster runs where good fish lie deep and will move fast for any morsel. Consistently produces trout and grayling although is generally lightly fished. It has benefited from volunteer effort in 2018, clearing debris and habitat works. THIS BEAT PARTIALLY BORDERS A PAINTBALL AREA, PLEASE ASK AT THE EQUESTRIAN CENTER IF THERE IS ANYONE PLAYING AND USE COMMON SENSE ABOUT FISHING, AND WHERE, SHOULD THIS BE THE CASE.

Fish Species

Brown Trout
Sea Trout
Salmon
Grayling

Season Dates

Start Date
15th March
End Date
31st October

Information & restrictions

Fly and spinner only. All trout under 7” must be returned, no more than 2 trout and 1 sea trout to be retained per day. Please return all grayling. There is a café in the Equestrian Centre serving hot and cold food and drink which anglers are welcome to use – tel. 01566 775543.

Directions & access

From Launceston follow the A338 towards Polson. Opposite the rugby pitch turn left following signs to St. Leonards Equestrian Centre. The main car park is on the left and the box is in the courtyard on the fence close to the entrance into the stables.

Beat map

Lat 50.6393122
Long -4.3335579
Recent Catches

These are the very latest catch returns for this beat

1st July 2018

No catches

15th June 2018

No catches

29th May 2018

No catches

21st April 2018

1 × Grayling
5 × Brown Trout
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