The end of the road works and much improved weather is resulting in more fishermen and more catches. Both lakes are performing well and many anglers are bringing ten or more fish to the net regularly. Angus Slack fishing on the small lake brought 19 rainbows and 10 blues to the net on Thursday with a Blue Flash Damsel and Ken Glenton managed to bring 24 rainbows and3 blues to the net the same day, fishing with buzzers and klinkhammer.
On Sunday we hosted a competition for the “Hoy and Hope” which was most successful. Just about everyone managed to make their 3 fish bag but the competition was won by 12 year old Jack Metcalf who bagged a total weight of 7lb 6oz and the heaviest fish, a blue trout, weighing 2lb 14oz. Second was Steve Cochrane with a bag of 6lb 13oz and third Tony Rowley with a bag of 7lb 1oz. 13 members of the club participated in total.
Number of fish taken: 75
Number of fish returned:230
Number of visiting anglers: 84
Successful fly patterns: Cormorant, diawl bach, G.R.H.E., black emerger, damsel, bloodworm, hopper, cdc, snatcher, cruncher, butcher.