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2008 Top 10, 9. Rob Read 158lb.

This was a memorable initiation on the Ebro for 1st time visitor Rob Read. The fish was hooked within 15 minutes of starting on the first day of the holiday and went like a train! Caught on a known hotspot where the river drops off on the Amposta section.

Colin Turnbull’s 36lb Leer Fish, June 2007

This catch was memorable for the speed of the take which was unlike anything we’ve ever witnessed before, with the first run more reminiscent of a tarpon on the Florida Keys. The fight was the best witnessed from a Leer fish with some incredible runs and surface action. Colin Turnbull was the delighted angler and the fish weighed in at 36lb.

Tony Lockwood’s 35lb Leer Fish in June 2007

This was a strange session with 2 Leer Fish caught in the same day. The first was caught by Tony Lockwood and took a small carp which was fished close to the gunnel. The sea predator actually chased the bait to the surface before nailing it giving us a great visual indication, and tipped the scales to 35lb.

Martin Filer’s 50lb Leer Fish, July 2006

Perhaps one of the most shocking captures in all our time on the Ebro was when regular client Martin Filer latched into this impressive specimen during a session in the Delta section of the river. This 50lb Leer Fish, a member of the Jack family, took a live mullet intended for cats and produced one of the best fights ever witnessed by the guides. The fish ran over 100 yards… Read More »Martin Filer’s 50lb Leer Fish, July 2006

Latest Catch Report…. 30th January 2009

Winter time is great for the big cats here on the lower Ebro, and today’s session was no exception with Mick Riddell bagging this lump of 151lbs. The fish beats Mick’s previous best of 135lb which he caught with us back in March 2007. The winning formula was once again a decent sized mullet fished close to the edge, the fish was sitting in a known hotspot under an over… Read More »Latest Catch Report…. 30th January 2009

Latest Catch Report…. 29th January 2009

A superb opening session for the 2009 season with 2 100lb cats falling to the rod of regular customer Ricky Smith. The river is currently running high and coloured with cold water conditions (around 8.5 degrees celsius,) but the cats are still prepared to accept live baits fished tight in the margins out of the main current. Ricky’s first cat of the day was an outstanding 107 beast, but he… Read More »Latest Catch Report…. 29th January 2009