Sunday, 28 April 2013

BEWL WATER FISHERY, WEEKLY REPORT week ending: 25th April 13

Lots of boats ready to take us out!
Bewl continues to fish extremely well. This week's rod average is a very high 7.08. It could possibly be much higher as a large group of Belgian anglers had a great day's fishing on Saturday and only a very conservative estimate has been made as to how many they caught and released. The water is at last starting to warm up and the fly life is starting to "move" with good hatches of various types of buzzer. The fish are in the top few feet of the water and in some areas are showing on the surface. The banks are still fishing very well, but boat anglers having better access to the top spots are doing excellently. Best areas for boats and bank have been Canoe Club Corner, Seven Pound Creek and Rosemary Lane. Other places such as Hook Straight, Hatherell's and Ferry Point are starting to pick up.
Best flies are Black and Green Tadpoles, cormorants, Boobies and Buzzers.
1499 bulldog rainbows weighing between 2lb and 2lbs 12ozs were stocked this week.
The fishery are currently compiling a list of anglers who would like to receive the fishing report by email every week.  If you would like to be added to the list either carefully write your email address on the bottom part of your next permit, with dots and capitals in the correct place or send an email to janet.beeney@bewl.co.uk. Water temperature is currently 8.5 deg C  Water level 99.7%

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