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Wales Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 24th, 2015

Ynys y Fro Reservoirs, Gwent The return to some cooler weather saw both boat and bank anglers return good records of fish. Regular bank angler Ken Bowring made his first use of a boat to take a limit from the deeper water. Ken Pascoe landed a total of 14 fish from two boat sessions, while regular boat user Keith Higgins ...

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  • 24 July 2015

Scotland Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 24th, 2015

Forbes of Kingennie, TaysideThe changeable weather has required anglers to adapt to conditions in order to achieve the best results. Although the water has been discoloured there have still been some very good returns. The Boathouse Pool has responded well to various techniques from dry flies, through Buzzers to lures. Mr Watt took an excellent rainbow weighing 12lb. Catch and ...

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  • 24 July 2015

England Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 24th, 2015

Bewl Water, Kent Fishing has improved massively over the last week. Catch average for the week, based on returns, is an exceptional 4.21 fish per rod. Trout are showing on the surface early mornings and evenings and in cloudy weather, and much deeper in bright sunlight. They are spread across the north side of the reservoir from the dam to ...

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  • 24 July 2015

Wales Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 17th, 2015

Cwm Hedd Lakes, GwentAlthough anglers have been thin on the ground in the last few weeks, some have done surprisingly well for the time of year. Steve Wakeham catch the last tagged fish on Friday, also taking another and losing a couple more! The week before Steve had also caught two on a Damsel and a floating line. On his ...

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  • 16 July 2015

Scotland Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 17th, 2015

Forbes of Kingennie, TaysideLess than perfect summer weather made for very good trout fishing conditions. With the start of the summer holidays the Woodside pool has been very busy. This has limited space at times and people are really starting to take advantage of the bait fishing option we are running over the summer on the Bankside pool. Over the ...

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  • 16 July 2015

England Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 17th, 2015

Blackdyke Trout Fishery, NorfolkMixed fortunes for everyone again this week. Dick Gooch and Andrew Johnson had the best day on Thursday when they fished from the boat, catching and releasing 14 fish between them. Most fell to a Hare’s Ear fished on a floating line. PTNs, Daiwl Bachs, Damsel Nymphs and small dries are also catching a few fish. Lots ...

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  • 16 July 2015

Wales Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 10th, 2015

Llyn Brenig, FlintshireThe prevailing wind was generally from the south west which tended to push the fish towards the north end of the lake. Despite not having a heatwave as such it was a much warmer week, which led to a noticeable increase in the fly hatches. This in turn saw the fish frequenting the upper most layers of water ...

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  • 10 July 2015

Scotland Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 10th, 2015

Forbes of Kingennie. TaysideMore warm, muggy weather this week has resulted in some fussy feeding fish. The feeding spells have been quite sporadic but if you can get on the fish when they are feeding the sport has been very good. The dry fly fishing has been good when the conditions suit with Floating Fry, Sugar Cube Shipman’s, Sedges and ...

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  • 10 July 2015

England Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 10th, 2015

Blackdyke Trout Fishery, NorfolkThe fishing is still challenging but lots of fish are holding around the aerators and margins. Damsel Nymphs, Crunchers, Hare’s Ears and Blobs on floating lines are catching most fish. Graham Richards had his best brownie so far, a fish estimated at 7-8lb tempted off the top on a Black Gnat on Thursday evening. The fish was ...

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  • 10 July 2015

Scotland Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 3rd, 2015

Forbes of Kingennie, Tayside As temperatures continue to rise the evening fly hatches are becoming very prolific. Fish are very preoccupied on caenis at times, and there have also been some big sedges on the water bringing some exciting chases and swirls. When they haven’t been on the surface it has paid to go much deeper as the fish seek ...

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  • 03 July 2015

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