Gold lures best fish
LARKWOOD: The cold strong wind this week has pushed the fish deeper, so the best method is a slow retrieve with a small lure on an intermediate line.
The most productive flies have been Marabou Damsel and, strangely, Gold Head May Fly Nymph – which took the biggest fish this week of 9lb 3oz.
Glebe Lake has fished the best this week, with the fish being in the down-wind corners. Both lakes are still very clear.
The response to our December tuition days has been excellent – there are a few places left so ring soon to avoid disappointment, on 07776 370348.
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BLACKDYKE: The trout fishery had another good week, with lots of anglers on the bank.
Regular restocking is keeping plenty of fresh stockys eager to take a fly – cats whiskers, damsels and apps bloodworm being most successful.
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Pat Curtis caught his personal best brown, a beautifully-marked fish of around 4lb. There are still places available for the Saturday morning workshops contact the lodge on 07525 730447 to book your place.
NAR VALLEY FISHERIES: The fishery will be opening a new trout lake in March, 2012.
Hobbs Lake is over 15 acres in size with depths averaging 12 to 15 feet, and will be stocked with a mixture of sized rainbow and brown trout.
This will be a season ticket venue, and has received positive reviews from those who have attended the open day and other viewings.
If you are interested in gaining more information and organising a look round, or for permit enquires for the coarse fisheries, contact Chris on 01553 636507.