Bank Holiday visit proves to be a memorable one
Blackdyke Trout Fishery (07525 730447): The lake is fishing well, with the water being very clear. Blackdyke has seen some good catches, with fish being taken on buzzers, pheasant tails, nymphs, hares ears and damsels.
Blackdyke Trout Fishery (07525 730447): The lake is fishing well, with the water being very clear. Blackdyke has seen some good catches, with fish being taken on buzzers, pheasant tails, nymphs, hares ears and damsels. Beverly and Fred Bezuidenhout had a great Good Friday, catching eight fish, with Beverly catching the largest, a fine rainbow of 2lb 6ozs, her best to date. Blackdyke are now offering a range of offers, including float tube fishing.
Willow Trout Fishery (01986 785392): It has been a good week at Willow, with attendances up and just about everyone taking a limit bag. Small dark flies have worked well but fish have also been taken on static buzzers just left to drift. The standard set up from now on will be floating lines and long leaders. The lake is very clear and the prospects are looking good.
Rocklands Mere Trout Fishery (07900 004953): Josh Stephens, 10, took his first ever trout last week. Josh was fishing the far end using a black shipmans buzzer. There have been some good buzzer hatches over the past week, with fish rising to gorge on them. Last week, on the first evening rise, Ben Wyer took 15 fish from all over the lake on a home tied black buzzer. Simon Easthope took six fish, including one estimated close to 7lb.
Larkwood Trout Fishery (01284 728612). The rod average is standing at 5.8 fish per angler. Stuart Watson, down on holiday, took the biggest fish of the week, a cracking rainbow of 9 lb 7 oz. Small black buzzers and daddies have accounted for most of the fish taken over the past week. Both lakes are clear, with the fish close to or just under the surface.
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South Elmham Trout Fishery (07500 703389): It has been a busy couple of weeks, with nearly everyone taking their limit bag. The fish have started to rise to hatching buzzers. A Mr Johnson caught a cracking rainbow of over 7lb. Roy Goodwin took a 3lb and 4lb brown trout, both of which he released. Graham Turner took a 4lb plus rainbow which he also released. Hares Ears and montanas have been the favourite flies.
Narborough Trout Lakes (01760 338005): Has been fishing well, with most anglers taking a limit. All three lakes are producing good fish. Willow Lake saw a cracking fish of 8 lb plus coming out. The fish are now feeding and looking for flies, buzzers hatching around the lakes. Hares ear's, pheasant tails and damsels have take the most fish.
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