23/09/2015 at 8:44 am #59282
September 14th – 20th
124 anglers caught 397 fish of which 287 were returned.
4lb 14oz Jim Mason, Bicester, daddy, boat
4lb 11oz D. Evans, black shipmans
4lb 8oz Roly Stanford, Finedon, black/white buzzer, boat
Bank – coarse bank, east arm, boat bay
Boat – east arm, pylon point, down middle
Wet or dry daddy, red cruncher/diawl bach, small black buzzer, black or brown shipmans, claret hopper, candy blob/fab, white/green or black/green lures.
Most fish continue to be caught on or near the surface with 2015 being the best dry fly season for a number of years.
There are huge numbers of daddies hatching now although on many days there has not been enough breeze to get them on the water.
During the daytime over the next couple of weeks the fish are likely to be feeding on small buzzers, Corixa and daddies.
The evenings are seeing fish switching to small sedges and emerging buzzers.
Fish are well spread. The weed is starting to die back making bank fishing easier.
Half price boats continue for the rest of September.
The Dave Hughes Memorial Fur & Feather will take place on Sunday November 8th.
Bookings are now being taken for boat and bank entries.
Cost is £25 which includes fishing fees. (£5 for season ticket holders)
Proceeds from the raffle will be split between Air Ambulance and The British Heart Foundation.
September 23rd, October 2nd
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