14th Jan 2018 - Fishing Report w/e 14th january 2018

Some anglers have landed good bags this week despite the variable weather conditions. Others, however, have found it more challenging with one day being completely different to the next. Cold winds with dark damp misty days and fluctuating temperatures have made anglers work hard to find the correct method. Pink bloodworms were successful at the beginning of the week with buzzers and black and green lures producing results later on. Some anglers are still tempting trout on dries and diawl bachs.

- Wayne Haddon from Pegswood used a blue streak to net 7 from both lakes

- Tony Lannon from Ashington landed 8 on bloodworm and buzzers

- Consett anglers A. Cook, I Fitzpatrick and T Bland enjoyed their day returning 17 between them from Coe Crag lake

- Matty Devine from Hadston achieved the hat trick releasing 11 on diawl bachs, lures and buzzers with an 8lb rainbow, a blue and a brown at 4lb

- Ashington kingfishers, Keith Row , Russell Punton and Steve Kelley had a good day on corixa, buzzers and diawl bachs netting 18 between them

- Jimmy Drew from Wallsend found success with eggstacy blobs releasing 12 from both lakes

- Mick Brown from Bedlington netted 11 on buzzers from Long Crag lake

- Rob Frame from Newcastle had ‘ a good day’ returning 15 from both lakes

Flies, Bloodworm, Diawl Bachs, eggstacy blobs, Black /green lures, Buzzers and various other lures

Fishery Hours:- Open daily 8.30am – 4.00pm

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