15th Jul 2018 - Fishing Report w/e 15th July 2018

The continuing hot weather has resulted in very challenging fishing conditions. However those anglers that adapted to the hot, bright conditions were rewarded with some ‘great dry fly sport’ and some ‘nice fish’. CDC’s, Griffith’s Gnat’s and Shipman’s have all worked remarkably well this week with the majority of the fish landed this week been on various small Dries. Some larger fish have been landed this week, with two anglers landing fish at 10lb+. Thrunton also welcomed this week students from The Glendale Middle school, who all took part in various different activities including Casting Instruction, Entomology and Fly Tying. A good day was had by all and they left with a better casting technique and full of knowledge. Well done!!

· Lol Seddon used Buzzers and Dries to land 5 fish between both lakes

· Gateshead angler, David Todd had some ‘great dry fly sport’ using a CDC safely releasing 10 fish to Coe Crag

· Derek Todd from Morpeth also used a CDC to return 5 fish to Coe Crag

· David Wilson from Morpeth landed 5 fish from Coe Crag using a Griffith’s Gnat

· S. Narbrough used a Foam Beetle and Blobs to safely return 8 fish between both lakes, he caught 4 fish from the Boat

· Cramlington angler, Les Dinsmore safely released 5 fish to Long Crag using a Daddy Long Legs

· Anthony Dinsmore also from Cramlington used Various Dries to land 4 fish from Long Crag

· Mick Brown from Bedlington returned 7 fish from Long Crag using Various Dries

· Blyth angler C. Tait used Buzzers to return 5 fish to Coe Crag

· Stu Ward from Newcastle landed 6 fish from Long Crag using Flappers

Fly Box: Sedges, Daddies, Buzzers, Hares Ears, Shipman’s, CDC’s and Blobs

Open Daily – 8.30am to 9.00pm. Saturday and Monday 5.00pm close

We are hosting the UK Junior Troutmaster final this weekend July 21st /22nd all welcome to come along and support these talented young anglers.

PLEASE NOTE – Due to the adverse weather conditions Coe Crag lake will be closed from Saturday 14th July in preparation work for the Trout Masters UK Junior final held on the 21st - 22nd July. We apologise to our regular anglers for any inconvenience caused.

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