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Weekly Fishing Report 27thOctober to 3rd November 2013

 

Trout Taken19 (17631) Rod Returns11 (5610) Fish per rod1.72 (3.14)

Season’s totals in brackets

 Season ticket holder Rodney Buxton fished the bank from the Bell recently and took a nice brace of rainbows on Ethafoam Floating Fry; Rodney included a well conditioned 3lb fish in his bag. Ian Jobe of Melton Mowbray has been on a little bit of a roll recently and took six rainbows from Dogwood Bay on fry imitations. Bill Whittle of Grantham fished at the Bell and took six fine rainbows on a White lure; Bills fish weighed in at 11lb. Malcolm Broughton also of Grantham fished the corner at Dogwood Bay and took four rainbows; all of which fell to differing fly patterns. Nodda Bennett of Uppingham took a nice brace on a Goldhead Damsel.

The Eyebrook Fur and Feather Boat Competition was held on Sunday 27th October 2013 and heralded the last day of the boat fishing season at Eyebrook for 2013, all proceeds from the day will be donated to The English Disabled Fly Fishers Association. The fun competition was held in good spirit and forty anglers participated, it was not too long before the first fish of the day were being netted.

As the weather forecaster had predicted the weather would begin to play its part as the incoming winds strengthened, later on in the afternoon one or two boat anglers did succumb to the adverse weather conditions and many fished on till 4pm.

Following a swift weigh-in at the fishing lodge it was not to long until the function room was amass with anglers and visitors alike who had ventured out to support our worthy charity. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all who donated prizes for the raffle and supported this prestigious event.

The prize giving took place with The inaugural presentation of the Wednesday Night Boat League Trophy which was won by Dave Etty of Kettering, runner up was Dave Chadwick of Ashley and in third position was Steve Lawrence of Little Bowden, congratulations to you all from the Eyebrook team. And many thanks go to Jamie Moore of Eyebrook for all his efforts in organizing the Wednesday Night Boat League 2013

The presentation of prizes for the best bag of the day, runner up and best fish then followed. Mark Hunt of Market Harborough was the eventual winner with 8 rainbows for 14lb 6oz; runner up was Fred Kettle of Leicester with 6 fish for 9lb 15oz, and the biggest fish, which weighed 3lb fell to Uppingham rod Stuart Bilsdon, Very Well Done to All..... 

Winter Bank Permits

The fishery will remain open until Sunday 24th November 2013 for restricted bank fishing and a Winter Bank Permit will be available daily from 7am. A Winter Permit with 4 fish limit and optional catch and release will cost £15, please note that fishery opening times will be displayed in the fishing lodge booking office. For more information regarding Winter Bank Fishing go to www.eyebrook.com

 

Boat bookings are now being taken for 2014,to book call the fishing lodge on 01536 772930 or book online at www.eyebrook.com

And please catch up with the All New Eyebrook Website at www.eyebrook.com and for those of you who tweet, you can now follow us on @theEyebrook, if you’re on Facebook like our page at www.facebook.com/eyebrook

Andy Miller


 

  

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  


  

  

 

 

 

 

Opening Day
 
Mac with a 9lb 8 oz Rainbow, Mac was fishing at Pollards on Green & White

  

  

 
 
 

Last Updated on Friday, 04 April 2014 08:49