I think that I'm correct in saying that if you have summer-fruiting Raspberries they should be pruned back in the Autumn, and if they're Autumn-fruiting they should be pruned in early Spring?
The problem that I have is that I have just taken over a plot that is rather shabby and overgrown, and appears to have an established bed of Raspberry canes. I think the plot has been un-tended for at least a year; possibly a little longer; but because I didn't plant them myself I don't know what variety they are. There seems to be a lot of either dead or woody canes, and they need a good tidy, but the question is when? They appear to have some fruit on them still, although it is completely tasteless (I'm guessing mullered by the first frosts?).
So to the question. Prune now, prune in late February or rip them up and start again with freshly planted canes or something completely different?
All advice greatly appreciated!