14th Jul 2019 - Fishing Report w/e 14th July 2019

Low Atmospheric pressure has made fishing a bit of a challenge this week, anglers who regularly changed locations and tactics were having most success. Buzzers, Damsels and Various Lures have all been productive this week.We have been busy clearing weed from Coe Crag lake this week, in preparation for the UK Junior TroutMasters Final on the 20th & 21st July. If your interested in coming to watch some very talented juniors, then come along; refreshments will be available throughout the weekend in the fishing lodge. GAIA will also be at Thrunton over the weekend, providing casting tuition to parents and children who may be interested in starting to fly fish.We have also stared to see some of the Juniors getting in some practice, in preparation for the big weekend.


  • D. Stephenson from Crawcrook had a 'good day' returning 6 fish to Long Crag using a Yellow Chamois
  • Scott Batey returned 5 fish to Coe Crag using a Black Buzzer
  • Lawrence Taylor from Norham returned 3 fish to Long Crag using Daddies
  • Barry Nicholson used a Blob to safely return 3 fish to Long Crag
  • M. Robson used Various Lures to safely return 3 fish to Coe Crag
  • Brent Taylor used a PTN and Damsels to land 4 fish from Long Crag
  • Jimmy Richardson safely released 3 fish between both lakes using a Yellow Owl
  • Arnie Birchinal used Dries and a Montana to safely return 4 fish between both lakes.
  • Stu Ward safely released 3 fish to Long Crag using Chamois
Fly Box: Buzzers, Damsels, PTN's, Chamois, CDC's, Daddies and Various Lures
Open Daily - 8.30am to 9.00pm. Monday and Saturday 5.00pm Close
PLEASE NOTE: Coe Crag Lakewill be closed from Wednesday 17th Julyuntilafter the junior Trout MastersCompetition. We will alsobe closing at 6.00pm on Sunday 21stJuly
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