Foremark weekly report week ending 07/05/2017
Telephone Number: 01283 703202
Despite the breezy East North Eastly wind during the last week the fishing has remained good with Damsels and buzzers still producing the most fish. During the sunny parts of the day lots of Hawthorne flies have been dancing and flying around. The odd angler has had a go with dry flies and had some results, however this has been a little patchy.
Our blue trout are still showing themselves with catches reported from most areas. The fresh stocking as kept the sport in Flamingo bay going.
When the wind has allowed the banks from the sailing club bay all the way round to the wires in carver’s arm have produced fish while the boats have had the better sport around gorse bay the wires and bramble bay.
Derby County Angling Club Members C Wilkins and K Smith took to an afternoon boat on Monday and netted 20 fish between them on FABs around Verdun’s point Mr D Hudson took 12 fish from the bank.
Season permit holder S Wilson used black buzzers from his boat on Tuesday and took over20 trout. Mr P Walker bank fished with booby and buzzers and recorded 11 fish.
The wind started to kick in on Wednesday but Mr P Ravencroft fished from a boat down carver’s arm and tempted 9 fish on buzzer. David Nimmo fished Damsel and orange fritz from his boat on Thursday and took 8 fish. During a last four-hour session, Mr A. Kearns used black dry fly to tempt 5 trout including three blues from in front of the trees in Flamingo.
On Friday with the stong wind boat was by far the better option Mr S. Hawley and his boat partner Mr B.Trussel boated 26 fish on beaded nymphs and buzzers.
Strong winds again on Saturday, so again a boat was the best option J Noble 21 fish M Carrig 18 fish, N Cozens 10 fish P Ward 17 fish D Allen 10 fish
Sunday a drop-in wind speed if not direction, and most anglers opting for a boat buzzers and damsels still topped the list of successful flies. Top rod was mr Bristow with 20 trout Mr K Lomas took 6 including a 5lb blue and Mr Dobrzycki caught 11 on damsel.
Foremark Fly Fishers held a match with11 rods catching a total of 88 fish for a match average of 8 the overall winner was Mr Chris Shreeve with 16lbs 4oz (the only bank angler in the match). Second was Mr D Baxter with 15lbs 12oz, third was Mr L Whitehead with 14lbs 4oz the best fish was caught by Mr B Lord a 3lbs 12oz brown.
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Foremark has joined the Troutmasters competition, entry forms to be found next to the booking out sheet you will need a member of staff to countersign your entry, good luck.
We are now offering fly only pike fishing. All pike fishing must be PRE- BOOKED you must also have a suitable unhooking mat, the correct size landing net, long Forceps, all fly’s must be attached to a wire trace. All fly’s to be 4 inch or longer in length. All pike to be returned.
Dates for your diary
Beginners courses 27th May book early to safe disappointment 9.30 to 3.30 £65.00 call the lodge for details and to book your place. Graham Tagg Memorial boat pairs match September 17th.
Don’t forget to pick up your loyalty card from the lodge, once you have purchased 10 of the same permit, your next visit of that permit option is FREE valid at all three fisheries, Thornton-Foremark-Draycote-Eyebrook
Try before you buy we currently have a range of Rio Fly Lines available for you to try, take them out for a day’s fishing and try them.
We also stock a wide selection of fly’s and a range of any fishing tackle you might need in our onsite shop.
Number Rods: 144 Number Trout Taken: 274 Number Trout Released: 594
Total Catch: 868 Weekly Rod Average: 6
Current Fishing Time:
Bank: 07:30am till 9.00pm
Boat All Day: 08:30 to 9.00pm
Morning Boats: 08.30 until 2.30pm
Afternoon Boats: 2.30pm until 9.00pm
Last 4 Hours from: 5.00pm until 9.00pm (Tickets on sale from 4.45pm)
All anglers to be off site by: 9.15
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.
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