Clay Lane Farm Trout Fishery in Cheshire offers fly fishing enthusiasts the chance to experience a private lake with excellent facilities in a beautiful part of the north west of England.
There are few business people in life as honest as the owner’s of the hundred’s of fly fisheries in the UK. The summer of 2006 has been scorching, with the hottest July on record, causing many trout fisherman to desperately try new fisheries in expectation of bucking the trend and experiencing an in form fishery for the first time.
The summer months offer a welcome seasonal challenge to the trout angler. Throughout June, July and August it can be difficult to catch Rainbow Trout due to the warmer water temperatures and the reduced oxygen levels. Sustained heat over a number of weeks will usually result in the fish comfortable swimming in deep, colder water forcing those fly fishing for Rainbow Trout to adopt a sinking line. On large waters the depth at which trout can be found is often surprising. A longer leader, slow retrieve and the discipline to regularly change flies in a bid to find the fishing fly to attract attention.
Tavistock Trout Fishery in Devon is one of the most consistent waters in the area. Dry fly patterns like Daddies and Mayfly often lead to success partly due to the abundance of natural insect life.
In warmer conditions the Damsel and Montana can prove invaluable for those Fly fishing in Devon at Tavistock Trout Fishery.
Blakewell Fishery in Devon is renowned for the regular catches of Rainbow Trout in excess of ten pounds. Hawthorn and Alder fly are abundant and rarely leave anglers waiting too long for a hatch, especially on summer evenings.
Fly fishing in Devon at Blakewell Fishery is a must if you want to land a specimen catch. This is just one of the reasons why this water is so popular.