Great news everyone, the reservoirs have now fully re-opened to both season ticket and day ticket holders. Unfortunately, to encourage social distancing there will be no fishing permitted on the West banks of 4 & 5 as priority has been given to walkers within the Wetlands. We understand that this means that fishing can be difficult, particularly as the prevailing wind comes from this direction and hope that fishing can resume in due course.
For those that have made it out to the reservoirs the fishing has been intermittent. Classic 'Stow', its feast or famine with high numbers recorded one day and and anglers struggling the next. Keep at it though, particularly to the end of the day as fish have been showing on the surface late on and the views have been epic. red & black buzzers on a floating line or boobies fished deep on a DI 7 have been the successful methods lately.
Now that Lockdown is easing we are pleased to announce that the postponed Final Fling competition has now been confirmed for Saturday 08 May.
We have slightly changed the format this year and it will now be a floating line only competition. The angler that catches the largest 2 fish bag wins.
Meet at hut for draw / walk off: 9.30am.
Meet for lunch: 1pm
Reverse Walk Off: 2pm
Weigh In: 5.30pm
Its also time to renew your WFFC membership for a very reasonable £12.50. Unfortunately you are unable to pay on the website at the moment so please bear with us while we sort this out, Instead, Please transfer direct and email email@example.com Details on link below:
Please contact Andy directly for more information
Either call him:: 07949 590 788
or visit the link below:
Andy is an excellent instructor and will teach you the delicacies of floating line fishing using various techniques through to the dark arts of sinking lines and boobies. All methods that will increase your chances of catching at this great reservoir.
Its a great investment