November Fish Haul Limit Is Increased

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November Fish Haul Limit Is Increased


DURING November, permits at Derwent, Grassholme, Scaling and Fontburn will cost pounds 16 with the catch limit increased to 10 per permit.

A family permit with a 15-fish limit will cost pounds 23. Opening times are 9am to 3pm.

Extra stocking has produced late season sport at Derwent Reservoir, the rod average climbing to eight on some days and four overall for the week.

Thomas Bourne landed eight for 19lb near the south side feeder stream with Green PowerBait paste on a ledger rig.

Another six tiger trout will be introduced for a late season bonanza and the chance to win pounds 400.

Despite the blustery conditions, anglers enjoyed fine sport at Fontburn with ledgering tactics proving most effective.

Good numbers of fish of more than 4lb have been taken on a variety of PowerBait Eggs and worm.

Davy Vallance took a catch for 23lb 4oz including a 5lb 6oz fish.

J Coxford recorded the biggest fish of the week at 7lb 2oz along with five others for a total of 16lb 2oz and Shaun Little from Newcastle landed a fully finned 6lb 8oz rainbow along with four others for little more than 14lb.

Denny Clow from Sunderland had a cracking end to the week with five for 18lb 8oz, including fish of 5lb and 6lb.

Kielder Water remains in good form.

Eric Jeffries, fishing at The Belling landed the heaviest fish of the week a rainbow of 4lb. Colin Simpson, fishing south of the Wave Chamber on the north shore, landed the heaviest catch of the week with seven fish for 18lb.

Boat anglers have mainly been restricted to the bays over the week due to the high winds however M Thompson spinning in the Belling Inlet caught a fine brace of trout at 3lb 4oz and 3lb 2oz.

Kielder Water will remain open to anglers until Friday, November 11.

Tower Knowe Visitor Centre will be open from 10am until 4pm until October 31. …

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