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Fishing Report

Our Fishing Reports.

30th November 2014

Posted on 11/30/2014 by host2 host2

Bloodworms are doing the business.....

This week has seen a great catch rates to bloodworm, not only red ones but yellow and olive ones, especially the northern spider type. You can either fish these on a floating line or the better option in my opinion is on a intermediate line, you don't need to go very deep but you need to make those long legs work! Other flies that have showed promise have been egg flies, black blobs and white buzzers near the cages and dawsons olive, black snakes and montanas on intermediate lines. As the cooler days approach the fish are starting to head into the bay area with big shoals of fish circling around the inlets looking for the warmer spring water, these fish can be tricky to catch as they are the more resident fish but if you work with your flies you will find one that works just as Mr Paul Croft did with the yellow bloodworm. He had 27 fish in a 4 hour spell all to the yellow northern spider, best weighing in at 12lb. Other notable catches were Mr Dave Manning with 20 plus fish to boobies fished from a intermediate line and Mr Alan Taylor with 15 fish to a yellow nomad that he found stuck in a tree! Fish of the week goes to Mr Graham Laycock from Wensleydale with a nice double caught on a red montana fished from a intermediate line.

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