111 rods caught 414 fish returning 227 fish for a rod average of 3.7.
Sun, Snow, Rain & Wind we had it all this past week, but on the better weather days we enjoyed some good sport and a couple of stunning fish caught, one an overwintered brown and another a stocked rainbow.
Not surprising therefore with the colder weather that a large number of trout were taken on DI5 & DI7 lines with boobies & blobs, however if you found a sheltered area out of the wind a floating line and buzzers still worked with the damsel fly working particularly well for a couple of rods.
For the bank anglers you need to find the sheltered bays and points along the Ticknall bank, while the boats have found good numbers of trout around bramble Bay and Gorse Bay and the Cascade Heron point and Bay, fishing about fifty yards out but fishing towards the bank.
A few Brown trout have been landed this week along with another golden rainbow.
As mentioned at the beginning of the report best fish this week was caught by Mr D. Sanderson 9lbs 4oz Brown trout, on a sinking line with a damsel from the far bank in Flamingo bay, with Mr B. Pakes also banked an 8Lbs rainbow on a gold Humungus.
Date for the diary
Lexus Individual Heat Sunday 17th June 2012 Foremark is hosting a round of the Lexus Individual heat at Foremark Reservoir, booking forms available from the Lexus Competition web site Lexus Fly Fishing Championships The UK’s No.1 Friendly Fly Fishing Event.
The lodge opens 7.30am
All day boats 8.30am to 7.30pm
Morning boats 8.30 to 2.00pm
Afternoon boats 2.00pm to 7.30pm
Last four hour boats 3.30am to 7.30pm
All anglers Off Site by 8.00pm
For more information telephone the lodge on 01283 703202.