A rainfront passed Wednesday and it poured cats and dogs all day.
I still went fishing and a tad too early as a lot of sediment was washed out so
visibility was almost zero in the stream.
I expect however that in a day or two I will be able to see the dumped goldfish
again in the water.

Conditions where tough and the bites came not easy but still the usual suspects
like dace, roach and the odd brown trout came to the surface.

The mill-bypass project in the village has finally been completed ... well at least the 
fish can move up the stream now without facing hurdles ... first time since 
hundreds of years I guess.

Now that the mill weir is fully raised as required for the functioning of the bypass the
formely drained parts above the mill their water back.
Hopefully the fishing will improve by this measure.