Good news wm+ that you are able to get out fishing once again, enjoy your season.Very much looking forward to this season.
After a few years absence due to losing my fishing and the limitations imposed by the advance of time, I had the wonderful news that I will be allowed to fish under supervision for sea trout again! Of course, visits will be limited, but at least I will be wetting a line and have been building a new 9 1/2' rod, just for the new water.
Renewed my licence online today and will have to give the fly wallet a good sort out.
I haven't heard of anything being landed yet but a friend has made a couple of exploratory night trips and says that some fresh sea trout were crashing around in the lower reaches of the river so that is encouraging.
The earliest sea trout I personally have landed was on St.Patrick's Day (17th March) 1975 when the season started on the 3rd, but other club members have caught them almost from the off. It largely depends on water levels early on and so far it's looking good!
Tight Lines to everyone for this season!