How's it fishing? Latest fishing reports

Some great fish caught at the weekend. 

Ian Nadin from Cullompton had a total bag of 4 fish for 20lb 8oz which included a 9lb 2oz and 6-10 from Ironmill - see piccies below.

(Photos at the bottom) The weather was kind to the competitors again with a nice calm day and not too much sun. Plenty of fish were caught and most of these were in the top 2 feet of water with slow sinking wet flies.

The Mayfly are well and truly here – but the hatches seem quite brief and unpredictable. The weather has been quite changeable and there has been some tricky wind but get your timing right and there are some classic conditions to be enjoyedJ

(Photos at the bottom of the report) Again there was a good turnout and this time the weather was slightly more challenging with a bright sunny day and some occasional breezy spells.

It’s been a glorious start to April and the Easter break has found the fishery busy with many anglers out for the season’s first fish.

(Scroll down for photos)  Heat One 15th March 2015

We have enjoyed some lovely spring days for the past few weeks and some of the afternoons are positively balmy!

The weather has finally broken and while it isn’t warm the sharp cold snap seems to have released us from its grip. The fishing conditions have been variable with some coloured water after heavy rain but mostly fairly clear.

Winter is definitely here with two or three good hard frosts taking the water temperature down to more normal levels for this time of year. Consequently the fishing is cold on the fingers but red hot when it comes to the sport.

Nearly all the leaves have fallen but the last few are still very colourful and combined with the leaf litter the autumn colours are still breath taking. We’ve been fortunate with the weather his past week with less rain and very mild bright days