Coracle Catch – Feature for Morning Calm Magazine

All this month, as you may have seen if you have been flying with Korean Air recently (!) my feature on the unusual tradition of fishing by ancient coracle in Western Wales is gracing the pages of the in-flight magazine and (hopefully) making bellies rumble. There are only three rivers in Wales or indeed Britain where fishing via this strange vessel, itself dating back to Celtic Britain, still goes on. But coracle fishing is not about netting any old sprat. The fishermen continuing this practice also pride themselves on the size and quality of the salmon and sewin (trout). So this is a story that takes you by the hand and leads you the stunning waterways of western Pembrokeshire and to the mouthwatering coracle-caught fish its restaurants cook up… 

Here’s the link to the article below…

Coracle Catch

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