This week has been warm and humid with light winds mostly from an easterly direction, the water temperature has been warm and trout have only been feeding on the surface early and late.
There have been insects hatching out but most fishing has been blind. There have been some impressive catches on dries: sedges and daddies proving to be deadly on the bottom lake.
Most anglers have returned home after a successful session and though the going may sometimes be hard fish are being caught in all conditions.
Number of fish taken: 70
Number of fish returned: 190
Number of visiting anglers: 108
Rod average: 2.4
Successful fly patterns: Dawson’s Olive, damsel, daddy, sedge, cat’s whisker, Invicta, Black Pennel, buzzer, CDC, hare’s ear.