15th Oct 2017 - Fishing Report w/e 15th October 2017

There has been some good bags this week at Thrunton with more double figure rainbows and browns coming to the net. Windy conditions at the beginning of the week challenged anglers but most adapted well and enjoyed their sport. Buzzers and bloodworms are fishing well at the moment but nymphs and lures have also been productive with anglers having to go deeper on the cooler days. During the calmer spells there has been plenty of fish moving near the surface and the dry fly has worked well. John Williams from Morpeth had one of his best days landing 14 including 2 estimated at over 20lb.

- T. Edwards and D Soulsby from Gloucestershire had and enjoyable day releasing 12 between them on zonkers

- Davy Kay from Morpeth found various lures productive landing 8 and 12 over 2 sessions

- Morpeth angler Rob Hall also enjoyed his 2 visits returning 5 & 10 with 2 over 10lb on buzzers, hoppers and lures

- Alan Robinson from Lynemouth released 10 to 8lb on hoppers and buzzers

- Terry Jobling from Berwick returned 7 to Long Crag all on dries

- Hadston angler Matty Devine landed 15 from both lakes on buzzers and various lures

- Trevor Brown from Nisbit netted 6 from Coe Crag keeping 2 for 12lb 10oz on a dawsons olive

- Brian Lavery from Bedlington released 6 from both lakes on para buzzers

- ‘Spike’ Millican from Blyth returned 6 from Coe Crag on Hares ear, montana, and buzzers

- Mick Brown from Bedlington landed 20 to 10lb on buzzers

- Trevor Wadds from Longframlington used apps bloodworms to release 14 from Long Crag

- John Williams from Morpeth netted 14 including 2 estimated over 20lb on buzzers

- Michael Dodds from Gosforth had ‘an excellent day’ on buzzers releasing 6 from both lakes

- Matty Darroch had ‘a great day’ returning 8 from Long Crag on buzzers, dries and chamois worms

- Mick Thompson from Newcastle returned a rainbow to Long Crag over 12lb

Fly Box:- buzzers, bloodworms, dries, hares ear, nymphs, hoppers, chamois worms, zonkers and various lures

Fishery Hours:- Open daily 8.30am – 6.00pm. Saturday close at 5.00pm

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