161 anglers caught 545 fish of which 356 were returned
8lb 10oz Monty Kilpatrick, boat (photo below)
8lb 4oz Darren Oram, pitsford pea, bank
8lb 2oz Craig Hopkins, black diawl, bank
7lb 8oz Craig Hopkins, tequila fab, bank
7lb 6oz Clive Trundle, black snake, bank
6lb 3oz Gary Pointer, yellow blob, bank
6lb 2oz Lazloe Boden, green/white lure, bank
6lb 2oz Darren Oram, diawl bach, bank
6lb 1oz Alan Calver, white/orange lure, boat
6lb 0oz Joel Stradling, bank
Most areas producing fish
black or black/green lures, white/green lures, black diawl, cruncher, black buzzer, olive buzzer, tequila or candy fab/blob.
At last there are some decent hatches of black or olive buzzers now the cold wind has dropped.
On frosty mornings the fishing has generally improved in the afternoon.
Best method from the bank has been a fab on the point with buzzers or diawl bach on the dropper.
Boat anglers are catching on straight lined buzzers as well as washing line. Intermediate line with black/green or white/green lures continues to work.
Water temperature is a cool 8C so there are only a few fish surface feeding. However the evening rises should start before the end of the month.