Gone Fishing

Farewell Dave, lovely service today, very poignant ending to the service with the Bing Crosby/ Louise Armstrong song gone fishing. Now in fishing heaven, enjoy and RIP. A big thanks from the committee to the members who could attend today.

Still coming to the net

On a more upbeat note members are still finding the odd sea trout on our river Till beats using various methods. Seek and you shall find, tight lines all.

Just to pay

Our Condolences

Our thoughts go out today to our president, Stephen Garrett, and his family following the death of his father George who was funeral it was today. RIP George.

Starting to come

To the Net

Several salmon to 9lb and several sea trout to 5lb have been caught on our River Till beats. All the fish were as fresh as could be and all safely returned to the river. Nice to see members starting to get into the fish following a slow start on our rivers.

Latest Updates April 19

Dave Wilson

Just a reminder that Dave,s funeral is next Monday at Sunderland crem at 2.00 pm and we hope that some of our local members will join the family and committee in saying our farewell to Dave

The Start beat

With the rivers very low at present this beat presents members with their best chance of catching a fish or two. One member had some success over the weekend catching three sea trout up to 2llb on the fly. Members are reminded that any catches are to be reported at the end of your days fishing to committee member Dave Charlton. If you notice the croy has diminished slightly then please feel free to place the stones back in position, any assistance greatly appreciated.

Crag Lough

The boats have been placed on the Lough in preperation for the start of the season on 1st May. Members are reminded that boats have to be booked in advance prior to fishing. Thanks to members assistance in placing the boats on the Lough.


Time to say Farewell

To our Friend and secretary.

Following the sudden and sad death of Dave Wilson we are now able to supply his funeral arrangements. The arrangements are Monday 29th April, 2.00pm at Sunderland crematorium. The committe are sure that members close by will attend to pay their last respects to a friend, fisheman but more importantly a true gentleman.

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