17th Nov 2019 - Fishing Report w/e 17th November 2019

Following another week of wet and cold weather the few undeterred anglers, have been rewarded with some great catchreturns, and some lucky enough to land some double figured fish. The bad weather mid week gave a rest for both of our lakes, which certainly provided some excellent sport for the anglerswho visited later in the week. Despite only some of the keenest anglers fishing through the wintryconditions, it payed off for those that did, as the weather didn'tput the fish off at all. The fish have still been taken in the top few feet of water, some anglers even finding Dries to still be very productive this week. Howeverothershave found fishing sinking lines and Lures more productive, with somemore cooler weather forecastover the coming weeks, the fish will probablybegin to move deeper as the water temperature continuesto drop.
  • John Tait from Belford had a 'Very good' day returning 6 fish between both lakes during his 4hr session using Black Diawl Bach's.
  • Cramlington angler, Ken Ward had a 'Cracking day' netting 7 fish from Long Crag using Dries and Lures.
  • Trevor Wadds from Longfamlington used Diawl Bach's and Lures also to 7 fish to Long Crag.
  • Morpeth angler, Davy Kay used Various Lures to return his limit of 16 fish between both lakes during 6hrs.
  • Eric Caisley also from Morpeth used Lures and Foam Beetles to net 9 fish from Coe Crag over a 3hr session.
  • Regular angler, Mick Brown from Bedlington released 17 fish over both lakes using Various Lures, having a 'Good Day'.
  • Kevin Dinning from Newcastle had a 'Fantastic' 5 hours returning 12 fish to Coe Crag using Lures and Spiders. Kevin also landed a Thrunton Tiger.
  • David Middlemass used Diawl Bach's and a Beamish Killer to release 18 fish to Long Crag, including a fish at 16lb
  • Colin Smith had a 'Great Day' netting 8 fish from Long Crag using Cats Whiskers and Apps Bloodworms, Colin also landed a Magnificent 10lber.
  • John Durkan used Various Lures to land 7 fish from Long Crag.
  • Rob Hall from Morpeth used Buzzers and Bunny Leaches to return 8 fish between both lakes, having a 'Good Day'
Fly Box: Diawl Bach's, Cats Whiskers, Foam Beetles, Apps Bloodworms, Chamois, Eggstacy worms and Spiders
Open Daily - 8.30am to 4.00pm
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