Foremark Fishing Report Week Ending 17/08/2014

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Foremark’s weekly report week ending 18/08/2014

Telephone Number: 01283 703202


Despite the strong winds being an hindrance to the boat fishing last week, the wind has helped to drop the water temperature down to a fish friendly 180c  which has helped the fish average to bounce back. The successful rods last week were the ones that have been changing lines and flys in order to locate feeding fish. Buzzers worked well on Wednesday which saw Mr S. Wilson take advantage of by netting 6 fish to his boat using buzzers. Dries worked best on Thursday and saw bank anglers off verdond point taking fish on daddies.  Friday it was back to sinking lines with big black leeches fished deep. The best areas have also been changeable off Verdons point and 8 buoy has held fish as has the area in front of the lodge and between 3 buoy and the tower. With the water temperature now starting to drop even further, and with the weather forecast for the next week giving cooler temperatures the prospects are look good for the week ahead. The water levels are dropping giving plenty of room on the banks.

On my arrival at 7.00am this morning fish could be seen moving in the surface in front of the lodge. Buzzers are now starting to show again now the water is cooling down.


Weekly Stats:

Number Rods:84           Number Trout Taken:  65        Number Trout Released:48

Total Catch:  113                  Weekly Rod Average:1.3

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 7.30 till 8.45

Boat All Day: 8.30am till 8.45pm

Boat Part Day: 8.30am to 2.00pm /2.00pm to 8.45pm

Last 4 Hours from: 4.45pm to 8.45pm

All Anglers to be off site by: 9.00pm

In order to maintain the accuracy of our records could all anglers please ensure that they fill in the catch return sheet before departure.  If not in the lodge it will be found on the windowsill by the entrance  door.

Tight lines,

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