A grand tour of the Club’s waters for the new Members today. A cold wind blew, so no rising fish were seen, but in one sheltered spot we did see a few hatching olives…
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Cracking weather for New Members Day and eight enjoyed the tour of the Club’s waters, thanks to the helpers and Martin for these great photographs…..
New Members Day is part of the build up to the season, we walk sections of the river showing new Members parking spots and access. This year is without doubt the coldest New Members Day yet, not a fly or a rising fish was seen. There has to be a dramatic turn in the weather by the time we reach the opening day (April 1st) if we are to catch any fish – brrrrrrrrr….!
There was a great turn out for New Members Day and they say plenty of hatching grannom with lots of rising fish….!
Rising fish to hatching grannom greeted the 2011 new members as they were shown round the Club’s waters today.
What a fantastic turn out for the new members day. The weather was kind, but no rising fish were seen, although a grannom has been spotted – high hopes for some fly for the start of the season next week…
Just back from a grand tour of our fishing – we saw no rising fish, just plenty of water and lots of fishing talk….
Today was chance for the new members to be shown round the Club’s water. We started up at Gascoyne Bridge and the river is looking in great condition, with plenty of water and great flow.
Everyone should be aware of the new parking restrictions in Loders layby – I think it means you can’t park there between 10:00 & 11:00 or between 14:00 & 15:00 – which rather spoils its use for fishing!
By the time we had reached Lower Bockhampton the threated rain started and it was time to head for a warming cup of coffee…