Trout & Salmon (UK) - - Fishing Reports - DNC.

FISH COUNTS through the Tees Bar­rage amounted to 46 in July, giv­ing a to­tal of 145 for the sea­son to the end of July. Catch in­for­ma­tion for sal­mon has been non-ex­is­tent so far this sea­son. Some good trout fish­ing sport has been had es­pe­cially in the evenings or after a rise in flow. Dry-fly tac­tics have been suc­cess­ful, as has up­stream nymph­ing, of­ten with diminu­tive pat­terns. The Northum­brian Wa­ter Reser­voirs Grassholme and Hury have been pop­u­lar dur­ing Au­gust. An­glers have av­er­aged over three fish per visit with lures pop­u­lar. Daddy Lon­glegs is now the go-to fly. An­glers av­er­aged 3.6 fish per visit to Hury Reser­voir. Tra­di­tional wet flies such as Bibio, Black Pen­nell, Zulu, Kate Mclaren and Black and Pea­cock Spi­der have fig­ured in catches. I would like to in­vite Tees rods to re­port some of their catches, es­pe­cially brown trout and sea-trout as well as sal­mon on 07590 411015 or email dav­e­car­rick­ry­ton@hot­mail.com -

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