Tuesday, August 21, 2012

The Latest tactic for fishing at Sharpley

Plenty of fish stocked and some doubles up to 15 pounds.
Plenty in the mid range 5/8 lbs went in on fish stocking day.
The tagged fish is at £500 x 2
Rod average 4.1

Damsels and sedge have abounded in the warm weather,the former during the warmest part of the day and the sedges paticularly evident during the last hour of daylight.These evening sessions have provided excellent dry fly angling with emergent buzzers in their usual guises(shipmans and shuttlecocks) and the sedges in theirs.CDC dries,invictas sedge and halfhogs,g and h sedge and hare's ear emergers have all taken sedge-feeders.
Unusually for this time of year, black buzzers have fished well and size 14 pupae have seen nets wetted.
There were a few black gnats around last week as well so black spiders and knotted midge fished.
The odd daddy and beetle are still bringing up trout but bigger bags can be had by taking advantage of the pond olive hatch.Hare's ear shuttlecocks in small sizes and light olive f's are the way forward at this time.

Fly box;
hare's ear shuttlecock/shipman's
olive f
black buzzer
sedge patterns(see above)
black gnat
damsel nymph
black spider

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