WEEKLY FISHING REPORTS

 

 

Weekly Fishing Reports - 15/10/2017

Trout Fisheries Number of anglers - week Number of trout taken - week Number of trout returned - week Total number of trout caught - week Rod average - week Best trout - week Number of fish re-stocked - week Total number of anglers to date Total number of fish caught to date Largest trout of the season so far Seasonal rod average
NORTHUMBERLAND
Kielder Water 37 66 5 71 1.9 3lb 6oz  0 2,617 6,717 10lb 3oz 2.5
Fontburn Reservoir 95 173 0 173 1.82 4lb 250 3,607 10,076 6lb 8oz 2.79
Whittle Dene Reservoir  0  0  0  0  0 0  0  0  0  0  0
DURHAM
Derwent Reservoir 89 297 5 302 3.4 3lb 300 6,540 19,830 10lb 3oz  3.0
TEESDALE
Grassholme Reservoir 72 228 3 231 3.1 4lb 3oz 300 4,362 13,603 12lb 8oz 3.1
Hury Reservoir 12 30 11 41 3.4 3lb 100 1.246 4,509 10lb 4oz 3.6
CLEVELAND
Scaling Dam Reservoir 41 156 3 159 3.88 3lb 250 2,235 5,464 7lb 13oz 2.44

Weekly Fishing Reports - 15/10/2017

NORTHUMBERLAND
TROUT FISHERIES
KIELDER WATER
FONTBURN RESERVOIR
WHITTLE DENE RESERVOIR
Number of anglers - week
37 95 0
Number of trout taken - week
66 173 0
Number of trout returned - week
5 0 0
Total number of trout caught - week 71 173 0
Rod average - week 1.9 1.82 0
Best trout - week 3lb 6oz 4lb 0
Number of fish re-stocked - week  0 250 0
Total number of anglers to date 2,617 3,607 0
Total number of fish caught to date 6,717 10,076 0
Largest trout of the season so far 10lb 3oz 6lb 8oz 0
Seasonal rod average 2.5 2.79 0
DURHAM
TROUT FISHERY DERWENT RESERVOIR
 
Number of anglers - week 89
Number of trout taken - week 297
Number of trout returned - week 5
Total number of trout caught - week 302
Rod average - week 3.4
Best trout - week 3lb
Number of fish re-stocked - week 300
Total number of anglers to date 6,540
Total number of fish caught to date 19,830
Largest trout of the season so far 10lb 3oz 
Seasonal rod average 3
TEESDALE
TROUT FISHERIES GRASSHOLME RESERVOIR
HURY RESERVOIR

 
Number of anglers - week 72 12
Number of trout taken - week 228 30
Number of trout returned - week 3 11
Total number of trout caught - week 231 41
Rod average - week 3.1 3.4
Best trout - week 4lb 3oz 3lb 
Number of fish re-stocked - week 300 100
Total number of anglers to date 4,362 1.246
Total number of fish caught to date 13,603 4,509
Largest trout of the season so far 12lb 8oz 10lb 4oz
Seasonal rod average 3.1 3.6
CLEVELAND
TROUT FISHERY
SCALING DAM RESERVOIR



Number of anglers - week 41
Number of trout taken - week 156
Number of trout returned - week 3
Total number of trout caught - week 159
Rod average - week 3.88
Best trout - week 3lb
Number of fish re-stocked - week 250
Total number of anglers to date 2,235
Total number of fish caught to date 5,464
Largest trout of the season so far 7lb 13oz
Seasonal rod average 2.44

 Read each reservoirs weekly fishing report below.

 

 

Kielder Water: Rising water!

 

 

 

The heavy rain over the last few days has seen water levels quickly rise by nearly one metre in a week! Bank fishing has proven the best method with Hawkhope and Tower Knowe proving productive spots. Spinning next to stream inlets has seen some surprisingly good sport and Barry Fenton from Galashiels took four fish for 8lb 2oz on a small Toby lure whilst fishing in Little Whickhope Bay. The lure was cast into the streams flow and allowed to come around in the current. Fish were taken as the lure came off the bottom. Mr Fenton hooked a few other fish with this method also. Boat anglers have caught some quality fish from Gowanburn and Plashetts Bay and Di 2 to 6 fly lines have found most of the fish with lure patterns.

 

 

 

Please note: Boats are due back to the jetty at 5pm

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Cats Whisker, Blobs and fritz lures

 

 

 

Best baits: Floating PowerBait and worm, Toby lures

 

 

 

Best boat areas:  Plashetts and Gowanburn

 

 

 

Best bank areas: Tower Knowe, Hawkhope and Whickhope

 

 

 

Ranger office and Boat bookings: 01434 251000

 

 

 

Ranger: Lee Hollings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fontburn Reservoir Geordie Clark steals the show

 

 

 

Excellent autumn conditions prevailed this week interspersed with occasional blustery showers. Water levels remain around 10 feet below top water with water temperatures hovering around the 12 degree mark. Fish for the most part have followed any prevailing breezes and anglers fishing into the wind have seen the most productive sessions. Best areas could change rapidly as wind directions varied day by day with the south shore bay productive as north westerly breezes pushed down the reservoir whilst the north bank benefitted in the more frequent southerly and south westerly winds. Off the bottom was the optimal tactic with a feeder rig assisting to keep active fish within range. Fish of the week was a 4lb beauty landed by Mr M Ross, the best of his limit catch of rainbows, totalling 14lb 8oz. Geordie Clark fished a feeder set up with PowerBait egg hook-bait in the north shore bay to claim honours for the heaviest catch of the week with eight rainbows totalling 15lb 12oz. Mr R Lansbury and Mr P Sloan also read the conditions and got tactics spot on to each record limit catches rainbows weighing in at 14lb 1oz and 12lb respectively.

 

 

 

NEWS FLASH: The next two tagged fish caught at Fontburn will earn a £400 prize each, provided the lucky angler has entered the sweep and paid their £1 stake.

 

 

 

Please note: Parking for all anglers is free

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Claret Hopper, Grey Mini Wulff, Hare’s Ear Depth Charge, Silver Invicta

 

 

 

Best Baits: Chartreuse PowerBait eggs, swim feeder with Magic Dust

 

 

 

Best areas: North shore bay, South shore bay

 

 

 

Ranger office: 01669 621368

 

 

 

Ranger: Steve Catlin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Derwent Reservoir: Fish appear close to bank!

 

 

 

Another excellent week as fish continue to feed well in most areas around the reservoir. As water temperatures continue to fall fish can again be found following shoreline contours, taking bait and fly only meters from the waters’ edge. The popular marks along the south shore continue producing good catches with several limit catches taken around the stream and the Dam Wall. Mr D Wilson and son bought a second permit after a quick limit on Sunday morning whilst Ray Whaley netted another double limit catch west of the sailing club. Ledgering tactics have reigned supreme with the majority of fish caught on various PowerBait eggs and Mice-tails. The secret to success being a short trace length in shallow water and lengthening it as cast are made into deeper water. A well filled feeder is always a great addition for attracting fish and should never be overlooked. Fly anglers have had a varied week as wind strength often impairs casting. However this week has seen a return to lures as fish have tended to be deeper in the water, although Mr P Robinson took a couple of nice rainbows on buzzers. Spinning silver Mepps or Toby lures should start to come into its own as day length shortens and fish become more predatory.

 

 

 

Safety notice: Pow Hill to Hunter House is closed due to low water levels. All the reservoir is ‘any method’ whilst we endure low water conditions.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

Best flies: Black Fritz, orange Blob, Natural Zonker, Silver Invicta

 

 

 

Best baits: Ledgered PowerBait half white or chartreuse eggs or chartreuse/orange Mice-tails, silver Toby

 

 

 

Best areas: Millshield point, west of the sailing club, Dam to first fence

 

 

 

Ranger office:

 

01207 255250

 

 

 

Ranger:  Steven Bisset

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grassholme Reservoir: Location, Location, Location

 

 

 

With the reservoir at full capacity and with strong winds driving through the Lune valley, it was like fishing in the North Sea at times this week. Although wet and windy the temperatures have remained mild which has kept the fish feeding with a lot of the sheltered bays producing good numbers of fish. Easter Bay and Pebble Beach have been good locations to fish, as the freshly stocked trout seek out calmer waters to feed. Mr D McKay had some brilliant sport float fishing in Easter Bay using white Mice-tails with a short trace, as did Mr A Emere who took his eight fish limit in super quick time, ledgering green/orange Power Bait eggs in a three hour Sunday morning spell. The brighter the better with baits this week as the water is very peaty and fish, although not far from the margins, seem to be slightly deeper in channels and bays. When winds have allowed drifting baits deep with a bubble float has produced some excellent fishing with most anglers getting rewards with this method. Jake Beadle from Stockton caught the best fish of the week; a nice 4lb 3oz rainbow along with three others close to the white post taken on a black and olive Blob pattern fished deep. The week ahead looks promising after Monday so we should see some excellent days for fishing, with near perfect conditions.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Olive Fritz, Booby patterns, Orange Blob

 

 

 

Best baits: Orange and white Mice-tails, white Mice-tails, pink sparkle Power Bait eggs

 

 

 

Best areas: Easter Bay, north shore

 

 

 

Rangers office: 01833 641121

 

 

 

Ranger: Simon Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hury: Fraser’s Fantastic Fourteen

 

 

 

Regular visitor to Hury, Malcolm Fraser got the week off to a flyer Monday taking his eight fish limit and returning another six from the north bank. As the week progressed the weather put a bit of a dampener on proceedings with strong winds spoiling the show and making it very difficult to get a line out at times. Anglers who did brave the elements generally caught a few as the water temperatures are still fairly warm for this time of year, keeping fish on the lookout for food. Large lure patterns have caught well this week accompanied with palmer style patterns on a dropper with a slow to medium retrieve on a slow sink line. Next week hopefully we will receive some milder weather, giving visiting anglers a bit more of a relaxing days fishing.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Cat’s Whisker, Humungus, Kate McLaren, Soldier Palmer.

 

 

 

Best areas: Disabled platform, Reedy Point,

 

 

 

Rangers office 01833 641121

 

           

 

Ranger: Simon Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scaling Dam:Rod average hits season highs!

 

 

 

Most of this week was governed by strong gusting winds throughout. However, this did not interrupt the fish feeding and has been another superb week with anglers enjoying some excellent times at both ends of the reservoir. On Monday the rod average hit five fish per angler which was a great start to the week! Combinations of either worm or Mice-tail tipped with PowerBait paste were by far the most effective baits with a variety of colours being successful such as green, orange, rainbow and white. Amongst those catching eight fish limits at the east end were; Dave Ward and Alan Nelson both from Billingham fishing on the Dam Wall preferring to use a ledgered worm with PowerBait cocktail. Harry Noble from Whitby and Jake Dale from Stokesley fished among the rocks using a white Mice-tail tipped with spring green PowerBait. Peter Lightfoot from Redcar also fished the rocks with a ledgered orange Mice-tail and green PowerBait cocktail. At the west end anglers Mr. D & J Veasey both from Loftus caught their eight fish limits and Ian Grand from Hartlepool visited twice this week catching eight fish both times on the jetty using combinations of rainbow PowerBait paste, chartreuse PowerBait egg and Garlic Dip.

 

 

 

Please note: Parking for all anglers is free    

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Ace of Spades, Bibio, Daddy, Coch-y-Bhundi, Kate McLaren

 

 

 

Best bait: White/orange Mice-tail, worm, rainbow and spring green PowerBait

 

 

 

Best area Jetty, moor side, Dam Wall

 

 

 

Rangers office: 01287 644 032

 

 

 

Ranger: David Bateman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEEKLY FISHING REPORTS

 

 

Weekly Fishing Reports - 15/10/2017

Trout Fisheries Number of anglers - week Number of trout taken - week Number of trout returned - week Total number of trout caught - week Rod average - week Best trout - week Number of fish re-stocked - week Total number of anglers to date Total number of fish caught to date Largest trout of the season so far Seasonal rod average
NORTHUMBERLAND
Kielder Water 37 66 5 71 1.9 3lb 6oz  0 2,617 6,717 10lb 3oz 2.5
Fontburn Reservoir 95 173 0 173 1.82 4lb 250 3,607 10,076 6lb 8oz 2.79
Whittle Dene Reservoir  0  0  0  0  0 0  0  0  0  0  0
DURHAM
Derwent Reservoir 89 297 5 302 3.4 3lb 300 6,540 19,830 10lb 3oz  3.0
TEESDALE
Grassholme Reservoir 72 228 3 231 3.1 4lb 3oz 300 4,362 13,603 12lb 8oz 3.1
Hury Reservoir 12 30 11 41 3.4 3lb 100 1.246 4,509 10lb 4oz 3.6
CLEVELAND
Scaling Dam Reservoir 41 156 3 159 3.88 3lb 250 2,235 5,464 7lb 13oz 2.44

Weekly Fishing Reports - 15/10/2017

NORTHUMBERLAND
TROUT FISHERIES
KIELDER WATER
FONTBURN RESERVOIR
WHITTLE DENE RESERVOIR
Number of anglers - week
37 95 0
Number of trout taken - week
66 173 0
Number of trout returned - week
5 0 0
Total number of trout caught - week 71 173 0
Rod average - week 1.9 1.82 0
Best trout - week 3lb 6oz 4lb 0
Number of fish re-stocked - week  0 250 0
Total number of anglers to date 2,617 3,607 0
Total number of fish caught to date 6,717 10,076 0
Largest trout of the season so far 10lb 3oz 6lb 8oz 0
Seasonal rod average 2.5 2.79 0
DURHAM
TROUT FISHERY DERWENT RESERVOIR
 
Number of anglers - week 89
Number of trout taken - week 297
Number of trout returned - week 5
Total number of trout caught - week 302
Rod average - week 3.4
Best trout - week 3lb
Number of fish re-stocked - week 300
Total number of anglers to date 6,540
Total number of fish caught to date 19,830
Largest trout of the season so far 10lb 3oz 
Seasonal rod average 3
TEESDALE
TROUT FISHERIES GRASSHOLME RESERVOIR
HURY RESERVOIR

 
Number of anglers - week 72 12
Number of trout taken - week 228 30
Number of trout returned - week 3 11
Total number of trout caught - week 231 41
Rod average - week 3.1 3.4
Best trout - week 4lb 3oz 3lb 
Number of fish re-stocked - week 300 100
Total number of anglers to date 4,362 1.246
Total number of fish caught to date 13,603 4,509
Largest trout of the season so far 12lb 8oz 10lb 4oz
Seasonal rod average 3.1 3.6
CLEVELAND
TROUT FISHERY
SCALING DAM RESERVOIR



Number of anglers - week 41
Number of trout taken - week 156
Number of trout returned - week 3
Total number of trout caught - week 159
Rod average - week 3.88
Best trout - week 3lb
Number of fish re-stocked - week 250
Total number of anglers to date 2,235
Total number of fish caught to date 5,464
Largest trout of the season so far 7lb 13oz
Seasonal rod average 2.44

 Read each reservoirs weekly fishing report below.

 

 

Kielder Water: Rising water!

 

 

 

The heavy rain over the last few days has seen water levels quickly rise by nearly one metre in a week! Bank fishing has proven the best method with Hawkhope and Tower Knowe proving productive spots. Spinning next to stream inlets has seen some surprisingly good sport and Barry Fenton from Galashiels took four fish for 8lb 2oz on a small Toby lure whilst fishing in Little Whickhope Bay. The lure was cast into the streams flow and allowed to come around in the current. Fish were taken as the lure came off the bottom. Mr Fenton hooked a few other fish with this method also. Boat anglers have caught some quality fish from Gowanburn and Plashetts Bay and Di 2 to 6 fly lines have found most of the fish with lure patterns.

 

 

 

Please note: Boats are due back to the jetty at 5pm

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Cats Whisker, Blobs and fritz lures

 

 

 

Best baits: Floating PowerBait and worm, Toby lures

 

 

 

Best boat areas:  Plashetts and Gowanburn

 

 

 

Best bank areas: Tower Knowe, Hawkhope and Whickhope

 

 

 

Ranger office and Boat bookings: 01434 251000

 

 

 

Ranger: Lee Hollings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fontburn Reservoir Geordie Clark steals the show

 

 

 

Excellent autumn conditions prevailed this week interspersed with occasional blustery showers. Water levels remain around 10 feet below top water with water temperatures hovering around the 12 degree mark. Fish for the most part have followed any prevailing breezes and anglers fishing into the wind have seen the most productive sessions. Best areas could change rapidly as wind directions varied day by day with the south shore bay productive as north westerly breezes pushed down the reservoir whilst the north bank benefitted in the more frequent southerly and south westerly winds. Off the bottom was the optimal tactic with a feeder rig assisting to keep active fish within range. Fish of the week was a 4lb beauty landed by Mr M Ross, the best of his limit catch of rainbows, totalling 14lb 8oz. Geordie Clark fished a feeder set up with PowerBait egg hook-bait in the north shore bay to claim honours for the heaviest catch of the week with eight rainbows totalling 15lb 12oz. Mr R Lansbury and Mr P Sloan also read the conditions and got tactics spot on to each record limit catches rainbows weighing in at 14lb 1oz and 12lb respectively.

 

 

 

NEWS FLASH: The next two tagged fish caught at Fontburn will earn a £400 prize each, provided the lucky angler has entered the sweep and paid their £1 stake.

 

 

 

Please note: Parking for all anglers is free

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Claret Hopper, Grey Mini Wulff, Hare’s Ear Depth Charge, Silver Invicta

 

 

 

Best Baits: Chartreuse PowerBait eggs, swim feeder with Magic Dust

 

 

 

Best areas: North shore bay, South shore bay

 

 

 

Ranger office: 01669 621368

 

 

 

Ranger: Steve Catlin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Derwent Reservoir: Fish appear close to bank!

 

 

 

Another excellent week as fish continue to feed well in most areas around the reservoir. As water temperatures continue to fall fish can again be found following shoreline contours, taking bait and fly only meters from the waters’ edge. The popular marks along the south shore continue producing good catches with several limit catches taken around the stream and the Dam Wall. Mr D Wilson and son bought a second permit after a quick limit on Sunday morning whilst Ray Whaley netted another double limit catch west of the sailing club. Ledgering tactics have reigned supreme with the majority of fish caught on various PowerBait eggs and Mice-tails. The secret to success being a short trace length in shallow water and lengthening it as cast are made into deeper water. A well filled feeder is always a great addition for attracting fish and should never be overlooked. Fly anglers have had a varied week as wind strength often impairs casting. However this week has seen a return to lures as fish have tended to be deeper in the water, although Mr P Robinson took a couple of nice rainbows on buzzers. Spinning silver Mepps or Toby lures should start to come into its own as day length shortens and fish become more predatory.

 

 

 

Safety notice: Pow Hill to Hunter House is closed due to low water levels. All the reservoir is ‘any method’ whilst we endure low water conditions.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

Best flies: Black Fritz, orange Blob, Natural Zonker, Silver Invicta

 

 

 

Best baits: Ledgered PowerBait half white or chartreuse eggs or chartreuse/orange Mice-tails, silver Toby

 

 

 

Best areas: Millshield point, west of the sailing club, Dam to first fence

 

 

 

Ranger office:

 

01207 255250

 

 

 

Ranger:  Steven Bisset

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grassholme Reservoir: Location, Location, Location

 

 

 

With the reservoir at full capacity and with strong winds driving through the Lune valley, it was like fishing in the North Sea at times this week. Although wet and windy the temperatures have remained mild which has kept the fish feeding with a lot of the sheltered bays producing good numbers of fish. Easter Bay and Pebble Beach have been good locations to fish, as the freshly stocked trout seek out calmer waters to feed. Mr D McKay had some brilliant sport float fishing in Easter Bay using white Mice-tails with a short trace, as did Mr A Emere who took his eight fish limit in super quick time, ledgering green/orange Power Bait eggs in a three hour Sunday morning spell. The brighter the better with baits this week as the water is very peaty and fish, although not far from the margins, seem to be slightly deeper in channels and bays. When winds have allowed drifting baits deep with a bubble float has produced some excellent fishing with most anglers getting rewards with this method. Jake Beadle from Stockton caught the best fish of the week; a nice 4lb 3oz rainbow along with three others close to the white post taken on a black and olive Blob pattern fished deep. The week ahead looks promising after Monday so we should see some excellent days for fishing, with near perfect conditions.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Olive Fritz, Booby patterns, Orange Blob

 

 

 

Best baits: Orange and white Mice-tails, white Mice-tails, pink sparkle Power Bait eggs

 

 

 

Best areas: Easter Bay, north shore

 

 

 

Rangers office: 01833 641121

 

 

 

Ranger: Simon Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hury: Fraser’s Fantastic Fourteen

 

 

 

Regular visitor to Hury, Malcolm Fraser got the week off to a flyer Monday taking his eight fish limit and returning another six from the north bank. As the week progressed the weather put a bit of a dampener on proceedings with strong winds spoiling the show and making it very difficult to get a line out at times. Anglers who did brave the elements generally caught a few as the water temperatures are still fairly warm for this time of year, keeping fish on the lookout for food. Large lure patterns have caught well this week accompanied with palmer style patterns on a dropper with a slow to medium retrieve on a slow sink line. Next week hopefully we will receive some milder weather, giving visiting anglers a bit more of a relaxing days fishing.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Cat’s Whisker, Humungus, Kate McLaren, Soldier Palmer.

 

 

 

Best areas: Disabled platform, Reedy Point,

 

 

 

Rangers office 01833 641121

 

           

 

Ranger: Simon Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scaling Dam:Rod average hits season highs!

 

 

 

Most of this week was governed by strong gusting winds throughout. However, this did not interrupt the fish feeding and has been another superb week with anglers enjoying some excellent times at both ends of the reservoir. On Monday the rod average hit five fish per angler which was a great start to the week! Combinations of either worm or Mice-tail tipped with PowerBait paste were by far the most effective baits with a variety of colours being successful such as green, orange, rainbow and white. Amongst those catching eight fish limits at the east end were; Dave Ward and Alan Nelson both from Billingham fishing on the Dam Wall preferring to use a ledgered worm with PowerBait cocktail. Harry Noble from Whitby and Jake Dale from Stokesley fished among the rocks using a white Mice-tail tipped with spring green PowerBait. Peter Lightfoot from Redcar also fished the rocks with a ledgered orange Mice-tail and green PowerBait cocktail. At the west end anglers Mr. D & J Veasey both from Loftus caught their eight fish limits and Ian Grand from Hartlepool visited twice this week catching eight fish both times on the jetty using combinations of rainbow PowerBait paste, chartreuse PowerBait egg and Garlic Dip.

 

 

 

Please note: Parking for all anglers is free    

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Best flies: Ace of Spades, Bibio, Daddy, Coch-y-Bhundi, Kate McLaren

 

 

 

Best bait: White/orange Mice-tail, worm, rainbow and spring green PowerBait

 

 

 

Best area Jetty, moor side, Dam Wall

 

 

 

Rangers office: 01287 644 032

 

 

 

Ranger: David Bateman