Foremark week ending report 24/03/2013
56 rods caught 331 fish returning 258 for a rod average of 5.9
The very cold weather continues to dictate tactics again this week with the fish still holding down in the water column but the fish are still very willing to attack those deep fished lures. Fish have moved out slightly in Flamingo bay and the east-north east winds have not helped the bank anglers but those rods that have put out a good line have favoured best. The boats have been having some excellent sport around Flamingo bay and sunblest bay on sinking lines.
The top fish this week was caught by Mr G Mann from hut point on a damsel a superb over wintered rainbow which tipped the scales a little over 6LBS (well done Gary). Also the pundits go to Mr Alan Topping for braving the icy wind on Friday and fishing from the banks of Flamingo bay for four hours and landing 4 trout.(it was very cold).
The wintery weather at the weekend forced us to close the fishery and we remain closed today as the driveway from the gate to the lodge is a sheet of ice in places, we hope to be open Tuesday weather permitting.
For more up to date information call the lodge on Tel: 01283 703202 with a rod average of 5.9 and blistering sport to be had the sooner we can get rods out fishing again the better.
Fishery opens from 7.30am for bank fishing
Boats from 8.30am
UP coming events
7th April Foremark heat of the Airflow world- bank masters for you can get your entry form