Fly fishing Venues
Fly fishing – Ynysyfro Reservoir
At a age of 90 years, Geoff Harrhy is stepping down from a cabinet of Newport Reservoirs Fly Fishing Association and dull off his duties during a AGM when he announced his retirement after many years of use to a Association and also his goal to lift on fishing during a fountainhead when a new deteriorate opens in March.
His position on a cabinet has been taken by Terry O’Connor.
All other cabinet positions sojourn a same; though Dave Boyatt was inaugurated to offer as Recording Officer and Ann Kean takes over as General Secretary.
The assembly concluded that membership and fasten fees should sojourn a same during £25 and £10 and also reliable appearance in a 2015 Troutmaster competition.
The new cabinet will accommodate in Dec with a priority being to confirm stocking process and member’s assent and vessel prices for a new season. All existent and new members will accept full sum of a Association’s skeleton in January’s annual newsletter; membership can be renewed from Jan 1 and a Annual Social Evening is on Friday, Feb 27 during 7.30pm during Risca Rugby Club. Fly fishing in Basseleg
Fly fishing – Ravensnest Fishery
A bloodworm sprite was obliged for a week’s biggest fish, a 10lb rainbow held and returned by Tintern teen Jasper VanDalen who also tortuous 8 some-more fish to 3lb on their fly fishing visit.
Brecon brothers Dave and Ken Edwards also used bloodworm nymphs for a sum of 29 fish held and returned as did Richard Greenhough as he surfaced a locate and recover scores with 21 rainbows to 2.5lb. Roger Jones, from Cwmbran, connected with 19 fish when he switched between a buzzer and a brief handle sprite and Rogiet fly fisherman Dave Carren held his 10 fish on several colour buzzers.
Rob Hall and Bob Dalgleish came from Crickhowell to locate and recover 10 and 13 fish and Chris Dobbs tempted 7 to arise to take a dry fly.
Father and son Wayne and Lee Evans returned 8 rainbows; Tony Hancock netted 5 and Nigel Johnson four.
Hywel Phillips went divided with a 4 fish 9lb bag; brothers Peter and Ian Jones common a 5 fish 11lb bag and Dave Conran, Paul O’Connor and Keith Davies all left with a 5lb prop of rainbows in their bags. Fly fishing widespread uniformly ! Fly fishing in Tintern
Fly fishing – Cwm Hedd Lakes
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Cardiff Reservoirs Fly Fishing Club picked a one day when a lake was prosaic ease for a Ken Sharman Shield foe and it was tough work to captivate a trout.
Keith Higgins carried off a prize with 3 rainbows weighing 10lb; Dave Pocket also had 3 for 9lb and second place and Dave Bond was third with dual weighing 4lb.
The prior day a sputter on a H2O had kept a rods tortuous and several anglers done use of a new order that allows 10 fish to be expelled after a initial one held has left in a bag.
Ken Pascoe strike a extent regulating a bloodworm sprite as did Colin Poole while Jason Williams did it with a tadpole settlement fly.
Bernie Davies will remember his initial revisit to a Bassaleg fishery after he landed dual rainbows over 8lb and a smaller fish done Darren Evans’s day when it was his initial ever on a fly.
Ken Bowring, from Ely, fished on by torrential sleet for 9 fish averaging 2lb and Bob Cook used a cat’s hair with a floating line to get 10 on a hook.
Roger Martin, from Taffs Well, defended one rainbow and expelled 7 and a 4lb fish was a best of 8 netted by Kieron Jenkins.
Poppy Fish leader Matthew Russell was behind on a lake and into fish as 7 came to an orange butt and his 11-year-old son Callum combined one some-more held on a same fly.
Ladies International Sally-Ann Iles defended one fish and put behind 4 as did Paul Elsworthy who was regulating a Montana nymph.
A yellow blob fly worked for Adrian Porter as he kept dual fish and returned 4 while an orange chronicle gave Daniel Townsend one for a list and dual to go behind into a lake. Graham Davies tied on a lady sprite and went on to offshoot 8 rainbows; a good sized rainbow John Belcher banked fell for an Apps bloodworm and it was a customary bloodworm restraining for Mark Porteous and Craig Bowles with 5 fish any and David Smith with three.
Entries are now being taken for a Boxing Day foe and a £20 entrance includes a bacon roll, coffee, tea and cake and a captors of a 4 heaviest fish will win day tickets.
Fly fishing – Sevenoaks Fishery
Catch and recover fly fishing has started and Paul Watkins, from Beddau, put behind 4 rainbows between 2lb and 6lb when he fished with tiny lures.
Bernard Davies, from Pontyclun, returned rainbows weighing 2lb, 3lb and 4lb; James Rosier tortuous 4 to 4lb on a tiny dry fly and Sussex caller John Baines tortuous 5 to 4.5lb on buzzers.
Fly fishing – Bigwell Fly Fishery
The 8lb rainbow David Llewellyn held regulating a cat’s hair captivate was fish of a week during a Redbrook pools.
Scott Harvey and Lloyd Isgrove both reached a 10 fish locate and recover extent regulating fritz flies while 8 rainbows to 2.5lb came to a daddy longlegs settlement expel by John Evans. Alex Harvey, Keith Forton and Paul Brown all held their 6 fish on lady nymphs and that settlement fly was used by Jack Drew for his 5 fish 11lb bag.
Ian Parry netted 5 rainbows over 2lb after he lonesome their aspect feeding with a tiny black dry fly and Peter Hughes found a black buzzer worked as he put together a 5 fish 12lb bag. The Bowers family-Owen, Stuart and Graham-left with 5 rainbows weighing 12lb.
Fly fishing – Canada Lakes
JASON Williams, from Pontypridd, had dual good visits when he held good on a black captivate and floating line pulled fast by a water.
The initial fly fishing event constructed 6 brownish-red fish and 4 rainbows and 10 rainbows on a second visit.
Bernie Davies also used a captivate for his locate of 11 rainbows and it was a same process for Ken Roberts and Kevin Davies with 8 fish any and Dave Thomas who bagged dual good fish.
Fly fishing – Brookfield Fishery
The Ynysybwl lake is fishing good and with no locate and recover authorised many visitors are going divided with possibly dual or 4 fish bags and many of a rainbows are over 4.5lb. Jason Williams used a buzzer underneath a strike indicator for his 4 fish 14lb bag while a same technique though with a bloodworm brought Ken Roberts 4 weighing 11lb.