BEWL WATER FISHING REPORTS AND NEWS
For 2014 Ticket and Boat prices and Season Ticket information please go to Information and Prices
CHILDREN'S FLYFISHING COURSES
For children aged 8-15 years wanting to try Flyfishing, Bewl Ranger and top fisherman Bob Barden will be running two courses from 0900hrs to 1200hrs on 8th and 20th August. Cost per person is £25. Please call the Bewl Fishing Lodge for booking and info on 01892 890352.
17 July: Water temperature 20.5degC - water level 94%
Boat anglers are reminded that, for their own safety and that of others, they MUST wear the 'Kill Cord' whenever they are underway in a boat.
If you are not familiar with this please go to: USE OF KILL CORDS IN FISHING BOATS
ALL BEWL LIFEJACKETS MUST BE RETURNED IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE PLEASE
Despite the hot, bright weather, this week's rod average based on returns, is an outstanding 5.17. The fish are still in the Main Bowl which has been the best area for boat anglers but ANGLERS ARE REMINDED NOT TO TIE UP TO THE TOWERS.
The Blues are still very deep but the Rainbows have come up high in the water where flyfishers have been taking them on floating lines. Successful flies have been Boobies, Buzzers, Minkies and Muddlers. Bank fishing is still not easy due to the high water temperature and the deep water at the Dam and Chingley are the best places.
1341 blue trout from the cages weighing up to 4lb have been stocked this week.
With high water temperatures Catch and Release is still suspended until further notice.
Water temperature 20.5degC - Water level 94%
Fishermen's breakfast are available daily from 0730hrs Monday to Friday in the Waterside Restaurant (main car park) and Saturday and Sunday in the Sailing Clubhouse.
Download 2014 Weekly Fishing Reports
Fishing Report week ending 17 July 2014
Opening Day Overwintered Blue over 5lbs for Keith Nicholson
Arthur Lucas and George Brown with 13 fish from Corner of Dam 20th June
Nine year old Eloise Perry with two of the three Blues she caught on a silver spinner on her second visit to Bewl.
From 1 May 2014 Fishermen's Breakfast will be available Monday to Friday from 0730hrs in the Waterside Restaurant which is in Bewl's main car park. Follow road straight down from the main gate to the Visitor centre. On Saturdays and Sundays breakfasts are available from 0730hrs in the Sailing Clubhouse.
Further info 01892 890170
BEWL BRIDGE FLYFISHERS' CLUB
The Bewl Bridge Flyfishers' Club was started in the mid 1970s, during the construction of Bewl Bridge Reservoir and before it opened to the public. In the 1990s the reservoir was renamed Bewl Water, however the club chose to retain the full name of Bewl Bridge in its title and it has since grown to become the largest fly fishing club in the country boasting a membership that exceeds 500 and has done for over 10 years. The club is run by a committee of nine volunteers, and liaises closely with Bewl Water's management on all matters related to fishing for trout at Bewl Water, with Bewl Bridge Flyfishers' Club also represented on two specialist separate committees, one for fishing and the other for all Bewl Water users.
The club offers full annual membership and members receive six copies of the much loved and looked forward to club magazine, the Bewl Angle. This is packed full of articles about how, when and where to fish at Bewl, including tactics for both boat and bank fishing, plus dates and information about events throughout the season. Some of these events will be fishing days organised by and exclusively for the membership, offering opportunities to fish with Bewl experts, to meet other members and learn more about both Bewl and our sport generally.
Being a member of Bewl Bridge Flyfishers' Club entitles you to a number of benefits including third party insurance whilst fishing, exclusive access to club car parks in various locations around Bewl's banks and discounts in local tackle shops and the Bewl fishing lodge.
For more information go to www.bewlbridgeflyfishers.com
A Great Catch
Andy Lush with 8lbs 10ozs Rainbow
Mr Dutton with 8lbs 11ozs Rainbow on muddler minnow