The river Frome is one of Englands most beautiful rivers that’s winds its way through the south and provides some magnificent fishing for both game and coarse anglers alike. The river rises in the Dorset Downs at Evershot, passes through Maiden Newton, Dorchester, West Stafford and Woodsford. At Wareham it and the River Piddle, also known as the River Trent, flow into Poole Harbour via the Wareham Channel.
On arrival the river looked in pristine condition and perfect for catching a grayling on the fly. The set up was fairly simple and I fished with a imitation daddy long legs dry fly as a visual indicator with a weighted Czech Nympth underneath. The style of fishing adopted for these grayling in the fast flowing clear water is to find the fish and then draw a fly past them in the hope of a take. This was easier said then done and after walking the river most of the day I didn't managed to spot my quarry. I did see some magnificent sea trout of up to 10lb patrolling the margins heading upstream.