Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Sharpley Springs Fishing Report

How's it fishing
Cooler this week and a full moon changed fishing patterns this week. Double retreated to the deep spots, however plenty of good fish caught in the 2 to 8 pound  range. 
Tony Rowley  from North Shields returned 15, Glen  Appleby with a huge bag returned of 23 and Micheal Bollands with 10 fish.
Don't hang up your rods yet!! As we are starting an Indian Summer.
Rod average 

Things turned decidedly cooler at the start of the week so a smattering of black buzzers came onto the scene, supplementing the ever-present olives. No surprise then that daiwl bachs fished.
As the weekend approached a ridge of high pressure warmed things up during the day but ensured evening and early morning anglers were met with cold temperatures and limited surface activity. Lessening breeze though had plenty of emerging midge bringing trout to the surface during the day.Their capture though was by no means a given and provided for captivating dry fly fishing with small f flies imitating the adults,and suspenders.

Fly box:
Black/olive buzzer
Daiwl bach
Hares ear suspenders
Dawson's olive 
Damsel nymph
G and h sedge
GRHE nymph
Brown f fly

Best wishes

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