Ferocious takes on Lake.
FISHING conditions at Jubilee Lakes were a bit more variable with the weather unsettled and towards thundery.
However the Lakes are still fishing really well.
The damsel on a floating line on the top lake or and intermediate on the lower lake has done exceptionally well and the takes ferocious, even to the point when one of the most experienced anglers decided to use finger guards!
Buzzers, klinkhammers, tadpoles, black nymphs and montana's (black & green) have all done very well.
It's the time of year when the Lakes have millions of tadpoles in the water and montanas and black nymphs, black dognobblers or black zonkers all seem to tempt the trout.
They have been good on fishing either on the surface or deeper down.
Eleven-year-old Daniel Skelton from Darlington had his very first trout, weighing in at 4lb 8oz caught on a Montana.
Mark Rylatt from Blyth had a lovely 5lb 4oz caught on a buzzer and veteran of the Lakes im Sullivan took a 6lb 5oz on an orange-tailed damsel nymph.
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Jun 21, 2017|
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