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Fish Counts

Fish Counts

The latest fish count figures have been added for the rivers Tyne and Wear. The figures remain lower than 2012 but it is believed that this has been down to the very cold water temperatures of the rivers and therefore the fish have not been inclined to take the rivers. The last week has seen the temperatures increase slightly and fish are starting to move upstream.


Thanks to members that assisted with the last two stockings at both Rothely lake and Crag Lough. As always your assistance is greatly appreciated. Several committee members visited Bellingham yesterday to see the owner regarding carrying out further bank clearing on the beats. The owners woodsman will make a start on the lower Carriteth beat in the next few days and this will be followed up by a working party from the club to further enhance members access to this beat.

Latest Newsletter

Members will receive a newsletter within the next few days. This has details of our new stretch of fishing on the river Tees which covers some 1.75 mile of single bank fishing for salmon, sea trout and wild brown trout.  A map is enclosed and details of the very good parking is within the newsletter. There are also details about our new website and hopefully you should be able to access it upon receipt of the letter if not before. There is a "contact section" on the new web site that is now in operation so please use the new details to contact the committee. Rothley  lake as well as Crag Lough have been stocked in time for the start of the season and members are reminded that they are requiredto book the boats for Crag Lough through Jerry Macbeth before fishing.

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