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Derwent Reservoir Jan Update

06 Jan 2019

by Trout Fishing UK
Fishery: Derwent Reservoir Size: 1,000 acres (405h), Max Depth 100 feet (31m)

Sat Nav: DH8 9TT

Weekending: 6 Jan 2019

Number of anglers - week 63
Number of trout taken - week 101
Number of trout returned - week 0
Total number of trout caught - week 101
Rod average - week 1.6
Best trout - week 2lb
Number of fish re-stocked this week 0
Total number of anglers to date 6,713
Total number of fish caught to date 18,278
Number of tagged fish caught to date 21
Largest trout of the season so far 10lb 3oz
Seasonal rod average 2.7
Catch of the week:
Mr S Y Hui and Mr K Hui,, fishing ledgering methods both managed to net eight fish limits for weights of 14lb and 13lb respectively

Memorable Moment of the week:
Shaz Khan claimed the first tagged fish of the new year and £60. Shaz, from Newcastle, caught the fish at the meadow spinning with a Silver Toby.
  • Best areas and methods: The spillway west to the wire fence, the meadow, Hunter house and the oak tree have all produced fish recently. Ledgered Powerbait is the standard winter method, whilst Black Fritz, Olive Zonkers and viva coloured flies have been popular.
  • Please note: Stocking again this week!
  • Special message for the new week: Great time to land a tagged fish from the winter pool as the lower amounts have been claimed leaving the higher value tags just waiting for you!
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