Fish come back to the surface

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BLACKDYKE Trout Fishery remains on form with top of the water action. Klinkhammers, cdc buzzers, black gnats and daddie patterns all doing well.

This Sunday, anglers are welcome to come along and have a go at float tubing.

Tim Gaunt Baker will be on hand in the morning for all your tuition needs - a quick refresher on technique can do wonders for your casting.

Eyebrook Tackle Shop will also attend – for those in the market for a new rod, it is a good chance to try before you buy.

Fly tying tuition in the afternoon, refreshments available.

n THE fresher weather has brought the fish to the surface again at Larkwood, with the best method being to retrieve a damsel nymph quickly just under the surface.

Another successful fly using the same method has been a small cats whisker. The fish are happy to chase due to the well-oxygenated water.

Both West Stow and Glebe Lakes are very clear and the fish well distributed in both lakes.

The best rainbow this week was taken by visiting angler, George Webster, at 11lbs 4oz.

Three fish in the 7-8lb range were all returned.

n The fishery is hosting Fishing for Heroes, on Sunday, June, 10, with any donations to the fishery welcome.