9th Mar 2020 - Fishing Report W/E 8.3.20

A huge improvement in the weather this week, has provided anglers with pleasant fishing conditions and some excellent bag numbers. A few frosty mornings, kept the fish fairly deep early on, however are the temperature began to rise throughout the day, fish have been getting caught in the top few inches of water. Two double figured Rainbows have been caught on Coe Crag this week, along with some other overwintered fish around the 4-8lb mark.

  • Ant Meadows used Blobs and Damsels to return 10 fish over both lakes, including a 15.2lb Rainbow from Coe Crag
  • Alec Harvey from Cramlington netted 11 fish from Coe Crag using Bloodworms and Buzzers
  • Brain Scrowther released his bag limit of 12 fish in 4 hours, using an Olive Hares Ear Nymph. Brain also returned a 12lb Rainbow to Coe Crag
  • J. Taylor used Apps Bloodworms to release 6 fish over both lakes
  • Guy Nicholson netted his 12 fish bag limit in 4 hours, caught using Cormorants, Bloodworms and Cut Throat Cats
  • Brad Mackie returned 6 fish to Long Crag using Cormorants
  • Trevor Wadds from Longframlington released 15 fish to Long Crag on his first visit this week and another 8 on a second visit using Blobs, Bloodworms and Lures and Diawl Bachs.
  • Matty Devine from Hadston had a 'Mint Day' returning his limit of 20 fish in 8 hours, caught using Lures and Diawl Bach's
  • Billy King safely returned 8 fish over both lakes, using Various Lures
  • Ian Callow from Dunbar used a Yellow Dancer and Blobs to release 8 fish over both lakes
  • Richard Collingwood used Apps Bloodworms and Damsels to release 6 fish to Long Crag
  • Michael Richards netted 6 fish over both lakes using Zonker's and Buzzers
  • Stephen Paget netted 7 fish over botha lakes using Buzzers and Damsels
  • Jim Sarginson released 6 fish to Long Crag using a Squirmy Worm
  • John Williams from Morpeth returned 12 fish over both lakes during a productive 4 hours using Bloodworms and Damsels.
  • Ken Glenton from Ashington returned 4 to Long Crag and 10 to Coe Crag using Diawl Bach and shammies.
  • S.Wilkinson returned 7 to Long Crag using Buzzers.
  • Mick Kelley from Swarland returned 15 over both lakes using olive Diawl Bach.

Fly Box: Buzzers, Diawl Bach's, Bloodworms, Cormorants, Zonkers, Damsels and Various Nymphs

Open Daily - 8.30am to 5.00pm

please note heat 2 of our spring comp is on sunday 15th long crag will be fully booked for this day Coe Crag open as usual Apologies for any inconvenience

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