Latest news from Albury
Updated 27th June
151 fish taken last week which was good considering some of the poor weather we recieved. Weston was the top performer with 74 fish, then Vale End with 53 and Powdermills 24.
GRHE and BFDs are taking most fish, with also a good number of fish coming to the dry fly. Dropping down leader strength to between 3lb and 4lb will be effective.
On the river the Mayfly activity has almost come to an end but anglers wanting to continue catching off the surface should look to small olive and sedge patterns. A big bushy sedge will often draw a fish to the surface even in the absence of any hatch.
Vale End Fishery was very busy Sat 14th May with a Teach In day, which was fully subscribed. 21 new anglers introduced to our wonderful sport -27 fish caught, so things went very well!
Next Teach-In event is already fully subscribed, on Sat 16th July; now booking on the following available Teach-In date of Sat 15th October. In addition, 1:1 lessons at a mutually convenient time are always available.
Great news, the new 2016/17 tickets and season rods are now available to purchase online or on the bank. Visit Season Membership page.
Anglers please remember that the current pink 2015/16 tickets have now expired.
Early week Discount ……remember that reduced day rod membership of £8 is available on Mondays and Tuesdays.
More imitative patterns such as buzzers and small nymphs are accounting for good numbers of fish at the moment. With Weston and Powdermills being so clear at the moment a stealthy approach will be needed. Also with a warm spell of weather forecast expect more prolonged spells of surface activity.
Read the latest from the four Albury Lakes via the links below.
The fishing details for Powder Mills, Vale End, Weston and Park have been moved to the report page allowing you to see all the latest news on a single page whilst freeing up space on the home page.