After Llanstephan Bridge the river begins to slow down until it reaches Boughrood where it begins its meandering path down to Hay-on-Wye.
The river Wye at Boughrood
One of the best known fisheries on this part of the upper Wye are the Rectory and Spreadeagle where a modest number of Salmon are caught consistently every year.
The Wye looking from the road bridge at Glasbury
Between Glasbury and Hay-on-Wye the river runs deeply and slowly passing through the fisheries of Maesllwych and Sheephouse before arriving at Hay Castle and the famous town of books.