Wednesday, December 11, 2013

A Tad Blustery!

A tad blustery at times! Quieter moments though had anglers taking to the usual lakes. These were zonkers, nomads and Minkies, with black, whites and occasionally olives working. A slightly more 'natural approach' payed dividends at times with bloodworms scoring well. Pinkies remain number one, either slow drifted or suspended. Milder weather at the weekend saw fish looking up and dry. Bushy offerings were again worth a try as where Black Buzzers.
Fly Box:
Black Buzzer
Pinky Bloodworm
Olive worm
Sedge hog
Black/white Zonkers
Black and green nomad

Well done to David Todd from Gateshead for his 15lb catch using Bloodworm.

Although no double numbers in weight Alec Harvey had a good morning on the Doxford catching double numbers on the Doxford.
David Milborn also had a good morning catching double numbers over the Doxford, Hangmans and Noose using Bonnyleech.

The weather has got markedly cooler, so it will be interesting to see what the next week will bring!
We still have a couple of Tagged fish yet to be caught! I 'Brucie Bonus' before Christmas perhaps? 

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