28th Jul 2019 - Fishing Report w/e 28th July 2019

Following another week with a huge variety of weather including strong winds, temperatures up to 25 degrees, thundery showers and varied atmospheric pressures, the fishing has been challenging. Early mornings and later evenings has been the most successful time for catching fish, and fishing lures on sinking lines have taken the majority of fish. Over the next week cooler weather and rain is forcast, which will hopefully provide a cooler water temperature and some better fishing conditions, the aerators have been oxygenating the water over the past few days, to help the fish during the warmer weather.

  • Jed Armstrong landed 10 fish between both lakes using Blobs, Buzzers and Bloodworms. Jed landed 5 fish over 5lb and 1fish at 8lb.
  • Keith Mortimer had a 'Nice Day' returning 5 fish to Coe Crag using a Yellow Dancer
  • D. Cromarty and D, Rylatt both useda Buzzer to return 4 fish eachto Coe Crag having a 'Good Day'
  • Duncan Passmore from Ponteland safely released 3 fish between both lakes using Buzzers
  • John Seed landed 4 fish between both lakes using a Blob and Pink Bloodworm. John also landed his new PB, a 9lb Rainbow.
  • Mick Brown from Bedlington returned 9 fish to Long Crag including a 12lb Rainbow using Damsel Nymphs
  • Farther and Son, Gavin and Joel Ellis had a 'nice morning' landing 4 fish between them on Daddies and Yellow Owl's.

Fly Box: Blobs, Buzzers, Bloodworms, Daddies, Yellow Dancer and Nymphs.

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