Blackdyke offering up free tuition
Blackdyke trout fishery 07525 730447. Blackdyke will be offering half an hour's free tuition with top instructor Tim Gaunt Baker on Saturday, September 17 for individuals to tune up their casting ability. This is to celebrate two years at Blackdyke. The fishing has improved with the settled weather towards the end of the week, cats whiskers, damsel nymphs, buzzers and late evening drys all doing well.
Willow trout fishery 01986 785392. The cooler more settled weather has improved the fishing, both lakes are well stocked with fish. Daddies and dries have been the two best flies accounting for nearly all the fish taken, fished either on the surface or just under the surface. It looks like the prospects are going to be good for the next few weeks.
Narborough trout lakes 01760 338005. With improvements and restocking Willow lake will be back on form for the Autumn fishing, traditionally the best time to catch the bigger fish stocked in Willow. The cooler weather and recent rain has improved the fishing no end, with mostly limit bags being taken. The fish are a few feet down and taking buzzers, small dries, damsels, montanas, and cats whiskers.
South Elmham lakes 07500 703389. Nearly all anglers have taken limit bags this week with brown trout up to 5lb. Both Frog hall lake and Old hall lake are both clear.
Nar Valley Fisheries 01553 636507. The sport at Nar Valley Fisheries has slowed down a little over the past week.
Although two more 30 pound plus carp from Lake Geneva have pleased their captors. The first carp was banked by Sean Fendick, a common of 31lb, in a bag of fish shared with Ben Barham which included four other twenties to 26lb.
The 13th 30 of the season so far was landed by Phil Lee, again another common carp of 30lb 12oz.
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