With the days at their longest and sun at its most intense there is no surprise that members have had more success during the early mornings or last light. The May Fly hatches have almost deserted us now but many anglers have taken advantage of the rich pickings with some fantastic wild fish caught over the last couple of weeks.
Currently fish are turning their attention to sedge patterns and members will do well with both wet and dry imitations of the caddis fly. A further sign of a healthy river is a population of grayling and one of these lovely fish was caught last night on a grey duster parachute pattern:
The club has arranged its annual open day which will be on Sunday 17th July at Rowlands Gill Caravan Park. The event will commence at 10am with a range of activities and instruction available free of charge from ADB qualified coaches. Please come along and have a go!