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Bewl Water Fishing Lodge
 Lamberhurst, Kent TN3 8JH
     tel 01892 890352





 For two weeks only buy one get one free. On the Rutland gillies fly floatant.

Starting on Monday the 18th April. Go onto Ebay and look for Rutland gillies fly floatant.

Get stocked up for the new season. When it’s gone its gone.



We here at Rutland Gillies have been very busy bringing you the very best in fly floatant. For a 30ml bottle the price is £5 plus p&p. This bottle has a small brush so that when you take the fly out of the water just brush a little of the dust into the fly and it will float again with no hesitation. This dust works on nymphs, and all dry flies on the market today and it will not harm the fly in any way. To order your fly floatant please ring me on 07973954552 or go onto Ebay then pay pal gift please. Many thanks Ziggy. Rutland Gillies


Bewl Fishery Report 29th October 2015
Fishing has proved unusually challenging for the time of year. The trout have remained high in the water but are proving hard to catch.  Rod average for the week, based on returns is 1.44.
Best areas for boat fishing have been across the Main Bowl and Ferry Point while best areas to try for bank fishing are The Dam Wall, Chingley and Bramble Point.  Successful flies have again been Hoppers, Daddies and fry patterns such as Minkies and Boobies.
The popular charity fly fishing competition "Boss's Day" organised by Vince Brooks took place on Saturday 24 October. Fishing was difficult and 53 anglers caught 86 fish giving a rod ave. of 1.62.
Last year's winner Bernard Wautelet triumphed again with 7 fish. Brian Beeney was 2nd with 5 and Mr Dillon was 3rd with 4.  £1000 was raised for the Ante Natal ICU at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford.
Winners of the final monthly draw for 2015 are 1st Jim Mc Gonigle, 2nd S Farrell and 3rd N King. They will be notified by letter.
Water temp 13degC - water level 59%


Biggest fish of the week and the season so far is a superb rainbow weighing 11lb 8oz which was caught by Steve Nowland of dorking Fly fishers from a boat at Canoe Club Corner . Steve was fishing a washing line set up on an intermediate line and the trout was taken on a black tadpole. 2015






Last Updated on Sunday, 17 April 2016 14:25