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Hook, line and sinker

Several different tactics worked well last week at Blackdyke Trout Fishery.

Olive buzzers and olive crunchers worked well at the start of the week, with the week ending on black tadpoles catching well.

Darren Lee caught 12 fish on Saturday.

A half-hour free tuition is still available to beginners throughout January. Ring the lodge to book a time on 07525 730447.

Entries are being taken for the Airflo Bank Masters competition, which will be held on Sunday, February 24, and Sunday, March 17.

Entry costs £26, which includes a goody bag with a line and flies worth more than £50. Enter at www.iain
barrflyfishing.co.uk or pick up an entry from the lodge.

n The average weight of fish caught at Larkwood last week has risen due to a stocking of larger fish, these fully-finned rainbows are giving excellent sport.

Two methods have been successful – small marabou tails, pulled fast just under the surface or blood worm set 18 inches under an indicator.

Fish have also been taken on CDCs left static in the surface film. Several rainbows were caught around the 4-5lb-mark, with the best fish of 6lb 12oz being taken by visiting angler Trevor Taylor.

 

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