The fishing at Larkwood is remaining consistent, with more large fish taken this week — a double-figure fish being taken every day.
The three best fish were all in the 12-13lb weight, being caught by Chris Cullen, Fred Freeman and Graham Limer.
Cullen’s fish was the best of an 11-fish bag and his biggest ever.
All the large fish were taken on small imitative patterns such as buzzers or diawl bach. The fish have been deeper down in the mornings and coming up in the afternoon.
Both West Stow and Glebe Lakes are very clear.
Looking forward, anglers should start to see hatches of damsels and hawthorns, both of which are late this year due to the cooler weather.
Please note, all places are taken on the Fishing For Heroes Competition.
n Blackdyke Trout Fishery will be holding an open competition on Sunday, May 19.
The competition costs £10 to enter with the heaviest four fish bagging the winner and a cash prize for the first three places.
Anyone interested should contact the lodge on 07525 730447 to book a place.
This week with the warmer weather, the fish have been seen moving well in the top two feet and rising all over the lake.