Eyebrook Report W/E 12th August 2018

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 12th August 2018

Tel: 01536 770264        Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 83   Number Trout Taken: 119 Number Trout Released: 328  Total Catch: 447

Rod Average: 5.4

 

Eyebrook is on ‘top form’, and doing what is renowned for, world class top of the water sport. Cooler air temperatures, particularly at night combined with windier days and heavy showers has lowered water temperature by a degree a day and is currently a much more fish friendly 18.5 degrees. The fish reacted to this pretty much over night and from mid-week there were plenty of fish moving in the surface across much of the reservoir.

Boat anglers have enjoyed fantastic sport. Long drifts across the basin proving to be most successful. Starting from the lodge corner and drifting on a steady south westerly breeze to the netted bank. The majority of fish have come to dry flies or a washing line set up. Size 14 red holographic Diawl Bachs are a common mention on the returns page. Certainly, the smaller nymphs proving to be more successful, most probably due to how clear the water currently is. With cloud cover dries have worked well. Orange bodied daddies are always a favourite fly here at Eyebrook. Fished static or on other occasions move them through the surface causing a wake will induce a take. Other anglers have fished with hoppers, on, in or under the surface. What appear to be rising fish can often be miss leading to some anglers. Sometimes movement on the surface can indicated a fish feeding just benefit the surface film. Often a hopper that has slightly sunk will tempt these fish, so don’t be afraid to let your hoppers sink slightly, often this is deadly way of catching fish.

Bank anglers have been catching fish from the Stones, Dogwood bay and of an evening The Belle to Hawthorns. Weed beds have grown fast over the past months with the amount of sunlight, but still aren’t causing to many problems for bank anglers. A washing line keeps your flies just above any weed or dry flies are the best tactics.

The week started warm, water temperature was over 20 degrees and the bright sun didnt help at all. Wednesday saw the first signs of change. A stronger south westerly put oxygen into the water bringing feeding fish into the surface. The English Disabled Fly Fishers held their annual Presidents Cup friendly match. Trevor Ashby had the best return of the day catching 5 fish all on dry flies drifting from Dog wood Bay. Stuart Hume had the best bag of 4 fish for 7lb 4oz. Father and son duo Steve and Dave Lawrence had an evening boat. (Evening boats are currently from 16.45pm to 20.45 pm) The pair caught 10 fish for their 4 hour season on blobs and cats whiskers whilst anchored in dogwood bay.

Fridays rod average rose to 5.8 fish a rod, pretty healthy for the middle of August! Lots of fish were caught of dry flies. Tony Gill took his 14 fish o black hoppers and candy split blob. Mr and Mr Fox had a red letter day constantly catching fish on dries whilst drifting the basin.

Water temperature had fallen to 20 degrees come Saturday morning and the reservoir was boiling with fish first thing when wardens arrived on site. Brothers Chris and Lindsay Bates caught 11 fish between the during their morning session. They found more fish along the woodside bank and drifted the basin into Robbos Cabin. Bob Margery fished his favourite set up. Cats whisker on the point with a pair of Diawl Bachs as droppers caught him 14 fish whilst anchored 100 yards out from the Three Trees. Andrew Farmer caught over twenty fish and a perch for luck on very skinny Diawl Bachs fished high in the water.

A good down poor cooled the water further during Saturday night and once the rain had stopped on Sunday morning conditions looked perfect. Eyebrook held a boat tuition day hosted by assistant fishery manager Jobe Burnham and with the assistance of top guide Lee Henfrey. The day was a great success with lots of new comers landing their very first fish and others landing their first from a boat! Well done to all participants.

This concludes our boat courses for the season but we do have bank courses running in September and October across our sites. Please visit our website http://www.flyfishtuition.co.uk/

Tom Gamble fished from his float tube and caught over 10 fish from the Belle and Dogwood Bay. (there is no launch fee for float tubes at Eyebrook) Mr Lucas and his boat partner caught over 20 fished between them on dries and snakes making short drifts from the tower. Bret Hart had a very successful evening session on his float tube catching 11 fish on Diawl Bachs and a small olive nymph.

Temperatures are forecast to remain cooler particularly at night for the week a head so the good sport should continue.

 

 

Guiding & Tuition.

New for the 2018 season the Guiding & Tuition team will running a blog. The idea of this blog is to provide hints and tips from your guides to help keep you catching depending on the conditions, tackle reviews and write up of guiding sessions. To have a look at the blog please visit http://www.flyfishtuition.co.uk/latest-report/

 

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

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Photographs on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/FlyFishStore

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

We will be operating the same pricing structure that we use at our other water with the permit loyalty card & boat loyalty card valid at all our waters.

Please be aware with our upper fish limit been reduced from 8 fish to a 6 fish limit in future all 8 Fish stamps will be eligible for a free 6 fish permit once you reach the required number of stamps

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 20.45pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 20.45pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 14.45 pm Afternoon Boats: 14.45pm until 20.45 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 16.45pm until pm (Tickets on sale from 16.30pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 21.00pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

 

Eyebrook weekly report 5th August

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 29th July 2018

Tel: 01536 770264         Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 99   Total Catch: 373

Rod Average: 3.8

Currently we are experiencing problems with the Eyebrook broadband, we are unable at this time to access our email or any websites.

Bookings & fishing updates contact the lodge 01536 770264

This will be a shortened fishing report as its been put together at one of our other fishery lodges

Much better returns this week after a break in the weather over the weekend. The fish returned to the surface and most anglers had good success on dry flies or nymphs in the surface.

 

Returns have steadied up over the weekend with the return of hot bright weather, the forecast for the end of the week and weekend are for cooler weather so the good sport will hopefully return.

 

Members Lindsay Bates and Roy Swinfield started the week well. Fishing in dog wood bay they anchored to achieve the best presentation of their flies. They fished size 14 red holo diawl Bach’s with a small FAB on the point that sunk just sub surface. They caught well on both the FAB and diawl Bach’s and retuned 16 fish to the boat for a morning session. Mr Turner and Mr cousins had a very successful afternoon session. Conditions were perfect for dry fly. Cloud cover with a steady south westerly the pair drifted the basin to achieve 8 fish each.

Bank angling has been varied with most fish holding over the deep water. Mr Child’s caught 7 fish for an evening from the dam wall on black deer hair hoppers.

Conditions were brighter from Wednesday onwards but surprisingly the fish remained in the surface. Garry Own fished for most of the afternoon. Starting on a midge tip with blobs and diawl Bach’s he caught fish steadily for the first few hours and was surprised to  see so many fish moving on the surface he felt he was fishing under than majority of fish. He changed tactics to a dry fly approach and was very happy to net a dozen fish from the basin. Lindsay Bates was back on the water and caught the best fish of the week. A 4lb 10 oz rainbow that took a dry fly in the middle of the reservoir.

Conditions were back to ‘challenging’ for Friday into the weekend. Sawing temperatures put the fish back down and little was activity was seen on the surface.

For all the latest news call the lodge on 01536 770 264 or visit our Facebook page flyfishstore

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Fly fishing for pike is currently suspended due to the high water temperatures.

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 21.00pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 21.00 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 21.00 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 17.00pm until 21.00pm (Tickets on sale from 16.45pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 21.15pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

Eyebrook Fishing report 29th July 2018

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 29th July 2018

Tel: 01536 770264         Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 34  Total Catch: 181

Rod Average: 5.3

Currently we are experiencing problems with the Eyebrook broadband, we are unable at this time to access our email or any websites.

Bookings & fishing updates contact the lodge 01536 770264

This will be a shortened fishing report as its been put together at one of our other fishery lodges

Finally it has rained at the brook! And what a difference it has made ! Rod average for Monday to Friday was 1.4, rod average for the weekend 9.1!

It seems every fish in the reservoir is now feeding in the top few inches. Most anglers have fished close to the dam or the Leicester bank to try and find shelter from the strong winds we have experienced over the weekend. Dry fly is everyone’s favourite method, hoppers, big reds or CDCs are all doing the business ! Other anglers have chosen to fish nymphs high in the water, red holographic diawl Bach’s tied on a size 14 hook are well worth a try.

As the hot spell continued for the start of the week it was unfortunately a continuation of what seemed to be a never ending take. Not many anglers catching not many fish. The majority of fish caught were on fast sinking lines. Olli Mills took 6 fish on a di8 and tube fly whilst drifting the main basin. Steve Lawrence caught the best fish of the week. A 5lb rainbow that took a damsel pattern fished on an intermediate line. The fish was quickly returned to the water to fight another day.

Saturday saw change, very strong winds and extremely heavy thunder storms, but it was just what the reservoir needed. Pete Line and Brendan Mcmullan surprised everyone, having found a lot of fish very close in at the Belle, they fished hoppers or traditional wet flies to catch 50 fish to the boat!

Sunday saw similar conditions, a strong south westerly and heavy showers. Mark Hunt had possibly his best morning of the season so far. Fishing in front of the dam wall he caught 29 fish on various methods, it seemed the fish would eat anything after being starved for the past few weeks ! Big reds, CDCs, diawl Bach’s and dry patterns all caught fish! Eyebrook warden and guide Toff Crowther fished for an evening session with his friend Graham Hayward. The pair fished dries from a drifting boat and caught over 30 fish  between them. Toff is available for guiding, to book call the lodge on 01536 770 264.

Shaun Higgins also fished for the evening session catching 10 fish in front of the dam on red holographic diawl Bach’s and dry flies.

We are forecast cooler weather for the next few days so we expect the fishing to remain excellent ! We currently have boats available every day this week. Call the lodge on 01536 770 264. Also like our Facebook page – flyfishstore for all the latest news on all of our four fisheries.

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Fly fishing for pike is currently suspended due to the high water temperatures.

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 21.30pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 21.30 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 21.30 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 17.30pm until 21.30pm (Tickets on sale from 17.15pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 21.45pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

Eyebrook weekly report 15th July

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 15th July 2018

Tel: 01536 770264         Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 30   Total Catch: 28

Rod Average: 0.9

Currently we are experiencing problems with the Eyebrook broadband, we are unable at this time to access our email or any websites.

Bookings & fishing updates contact the lodge 01536 770264

This will be a shortened fishing report as its been put together at one of our other fishery lodges

Another challenging character building week. Water temperature rarely dropping below 20 degrees.

Early in the week Mr N Cheetham fished skinny buzzers on a floating line with a long cast to catch 3 fish whilst over deep water. Ian Jobe also caught 3 fish on a fast sinking line and a black and green tadpole. Mark hunt caught two fish on an intermediate and kinkier booby

Thursdays and Friday both started much cooler and overcast , fish could be seen rising across the reservoir until the sun broke through around 10 am. Members Roy Swinfield and Lindsay Bates caught two each on dries. Ian Jobe was back this time on his float tube, he used his knowledge he had learnt from Wednesday to catch 6 fish again on a black and green lure fished deep.

A tough weekend with most anglers choosing to watch the football. Members Dave Chadwick and Steve Lawrence had a morning boat and caught 2 fish each on washing line buzzers or a blob both fished on a floating line.

The cooler mornings water temperature is bringing the trout to the surface. General consensus.. choose a cooler morning to fish dries or persevere with fast sinking lines throughout the day

Clarity of the Eyebrook remains excellent with little weed growth which bodes well for the bank fishing later on in the year once normal water temperatures resume.

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Fly fishing for pike is currently suspended due to the high water temperatures.

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 21.45pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 21.45 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 21.45 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 17.45pm until 21.45pm (Tickets on sale from 17.30pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 22.00pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

Weekly report week ending 8th July

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 8th July 2018

Tel: 01536 770264         Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 109   Number Trout Taken: 57   Number Trout Released: 61 Total Catch: 118

Rod Average: 1.1

Currently we are experiencing problems with the Eyebrook broadband, we are unable at this time to access our email or any websites.

Bookings & fishing updates contact the lodge 01536 770264

This will be a shortened fishing report as its been put together at one of our other fishery lodges

Eyebrook did not offer the best fishing conditions for the two heats of the John Horsey Anglers World competition

The first day was fished to competition rules but they could use any fly line. Its not surprising therefore that anglers reached for their fastest sinking lines with the heat winner Craig Barr fishing a DI8 & booby patterns 30ft down to catch his winning 6 fish catch. Overall the 21 competitors caught 28 trout for a rod av 1.3

Day 2 of the Anglers World heat was floating line only, not ideal in the current heatwave, however from experience a floating line only heat always produces a better rod average as it takes away the option of continually changing lines & doubt of should I be on a floater, hover, intermediate or one of the many variants of sinking lines. 21 rods took to the water with Tony Curtis winning the heat with 5 trout, using the mandatory floating line with a leader 25ft deep with nymph & buzzers, excellent fishing in challenging conditions the rod average 1.5 was a slight improvement on the day before.

On Sunday mid Northants Fly Fishing club visited Eyebrook with 22 rods fishing their club competition to fishery rules, again the fastest sinking lines ruled the day with Snakes been the most successful pattern. Special mention must go to Frazer Duffy jnr who caught 10 fish on the day, again excellent angling in those difficult conditions.

Clarity of the Eyebrook remains excellent with little weed growth which bodes well for the bank fishing later on in the year once normal water temperatures resume.

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Saturday 14th July (boat course). Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Fly fishing for pike is currently suspended due to the high water temperatures.

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 22.00pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 22.00 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 22.00 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 18.00pm until 22.00pm (Tickets on sale from 17.45pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 22.00pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

Eyebrook Report W.e 1st July 2018

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 1st July 2018

Tel: 01536 770264        Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 301   Number Trout Taken: 56 Number Trout Released: 304 Total Catch: 360

Rod Average: 1.19

It’s certainly been a busy week this week at Eyebrook. Unfortunately, however the trout haven’t been busy, with water temperatures at 20 degrees plus come mid-day every day this week, it has made things rather ‘challenging’. The north wind has helped to cool the water over night and water temperature at 7.00 am, 18 inches down has been 15.5 to 17 degrees to start the day. First thing in the morning is certainly your best chance of tempted a trout at the moment.

Eyebrook held two major competitions this week. Firstly, the Disabled international. England Ireland, Scotland and wales all fished over two days to international rules to be crowned champions. Certain teams had praised hard for this match, but every day is different.

Day one dawned, anglers were met with extremely bright, flat calm conditions, everyone knew it was going to be a hard day! 28 anglers managed 30 fish for day one average of 1.07. Top rod on the day was England’s Steve Cranston with 4 fish for 7lb 2oz, good angling Steve! The forecast for day two was similar bright conditions but with more breeze, we were optimistic things would be better. However, the previous day’s high temperatures had done its damage. On day two 30 anglers stuck it out for a total of 12 fish. With the stronger winds it also made presenting flies at depth extremely difficult.

The final results were first Scotland with 22 fish for 40lb 12 oz, second were England with 10 fish for 19lb 4oz, Third to Wales with 7 fish for 11lb 4oz and Ireland forth with 3 fish for 4lb 14oz.

Well done to all anglers who took part, its just a shame we can’t control the weather! Also, a very big thank you to all the boatmen who volunteered their time and to Mark Goodge, Shaun Higgins and Ian Bradfield for all your help and hard work to ensure this event runs smoothly, it is very much appreciated by the anglers and the staff here at Eyebrook. Thank you also to all the sponsors,

Robin Tuffley, Closomat/Total Hygiene

Brian & Kay Potter, Bruce and Walker

Robbie Winram Rutland Water

Martin Caircross Engineering

Guide Fly fishing LTD,

Vision Tackle

Trout fisherman Magazine

Fly fishing and Fly tying Magazine

Glasglow Angling Centre

Greys of Alnwick

Fulling Mill

Leeda

Cortland

Snowbee

St George Sporting

Charles Jardine

Rutland Photographic

Pure Fishing

Airflo

Thank you all very much. Your kind donations go a long way to supporting the disabled international. Thank you all very much for supporting the raffle, the total raised was £912.00.

We had very few day permit anglers this week with most boats being booked for competition days or practise days. A handful of hardy bank anglers fished mainly into the evenings and caught the occasional fish mainly to dries in the last half an hour of fishing. Boat anglers have been fishing as deep as possible with fast sinking lines. Damsels, boobies and blobs have caught fish but all 20 feet plus below the surface.

Saturday and Sunday saw a first for everyone involved, the all new Loch style team championship organised by the Angling Trust and sponsored by scientific anglers. The competition would be running over two days with 6 men per team. The fishing format was different to most major competitions with three, three-hour sessions per day and only 4 of the 6-man team fishing each session with the other two anglers acting as controllers for another team. Also, this competition is different in the fact it was 100% catch and release, controllers would measure fish caught before safely returning it. 11 teams fished the match to full international rules. Things were extremely close after day one with only 4 cms between first and second, which made for a very competitive second day! All the boats could be seen drifting the middle of basin, trying to fish in the deep water with most anglers using what appeared to be fast sinking lines.

Congratulations to FNF Nymphommaniacs, they won the competition with an overall length of 1488 cms and took home the first-place prize of £4000! Second were flash attack Reservoir dogs with an overall length of 1241 and third place fell to The Fish Hawks with 1175 cms. Results and pictures can be found on our Facebook page, flyfishstore.

Coverage of the match will be broadcast on BT sport on 16th July, view the preview on our facebook page flyfishstore!

Bt sport view fly fish store Eyebrook 16th July

This competition will be held at Eyebrook again next year, a date will be confirmed soon!

Here at Eyebrook we look forward to hosting the New for the 2018, boat tuition days. These days are run to a similar format as the popular bank tuition days, with the difference being that the fishing is taught from a boat. In this section instructors will show participants the correct way to start & drive the boat, anchoring, drifting and boat etiquette.  This is a perfect chance to learn to boat fish just in time for the warmer temperatures pushing the fish towards the middle. To book a place for the upcoming date at Eyebrook on Saturday 14th July please visit www.flyfishtuition.co.uk/prices

Guiding & Tuition.

New for the 2018 season the Guiding & Tuition team will running a blog. The idea of this blog is to provide hints and tips from your guides to help keep you catching depending on the conditions, tackle reviews and write up of guiding sessions. To have a look at the blog please visit http://www.flyfishtuition.co.uk/latest-report/

 

 

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Saturday 14th July (boat course). Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

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Photographs on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/FlyFishStore

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

We will be operating the same pricing structure that we use at our other water with the permit loyalty card & boat loyalty card valid at all our waters.

Please be aware with our upper fish limit been reduced from 8 fish to a 6 fish limit in future all 8 Fish stamps will be eligible for a free 6 fish permit once you reach the required number of stamps

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 22.00pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 22.00 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 22.00 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 18.00pm until 22.00pm (Tickets on sale from 17.45pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 22.00pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

 

Eyebrook Report W.e 24th June 2018

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 24th June 2018

Tel: 01536 770264        Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 178   Number Trout Taken: 118 Number Trout Released: 392Total Catch: 558

Rod Average: 3.13

There has been some good sport to be had at Eyebrook this week. Water temperatures dropped with the strong winds we had and plenty of fish were caught on floating lines in or on the surface. Bank anglers have enjoyed some cracking sport in to he evenings with a prolific sedge hatch resulting in fish rising freely right into the margins once the light levels drop. Various patterns and methods have worked this with most anglers changing tactics throughout the day to suit conditions. During bright periods sinking lines with buzzers fished static or blobs and damsels working well. On the more favourable overcast days fish have been caught of red holographic Diawl Bachs on a floating line or small skinny buzzers, tied on a size 14 or 16 hook. Most boats drifted from the Leicester bank into deeper water for the start of the week and then found more concentrated numbers of fish in front of the dam wall at depth as the brighter calmer days returned.

Mr P Owens bank fished for an evening session. He arrived at the Fishery for 5.30 and was fishing on the bank soon after 6. He had great evenings sport fishing nymphs to start with then opting for dries as more fish started to show on the surface. He caught 9 fish for his short session. (Evening permits are £10 and anglers are intitled to kill one fish with unrestricted C&R, evening permits currently start at 6.00 and fishing finished at10.00pm)

Members Ian Jobe and Clive Moore boat fished mid-week in a strong north wind making the for rough water across the main basin. The deadly duo had a great day returning 20 fish to the boat. They caught on several methods but found foam daddies moved through the surface to be the most entertained as the fish bow waved behind the fly before rolling over it. The bank fished well into the evening once again. Kieth Johnson bank fished at the hawthorns and retuned 7 fish for his evening session. Kieth fished a washing line set up with small olive or brown nymphs tied similarly to a pheasant tail to tempt his fish.

Pike fishing started this week and proved to be the most productive start to the season we have seen at Eyebrook. (it might be because of all the trout we keep putting in) Several anglers reported capturing large fish. Fishery warden Jobe Burnham and pike guide had his first outing of the season on Wednesday. It was a slow start with only one Jack before 10 o’clock. With a change of location Jobe found the feeding fish and had an exceptional two hours sport. Jobe netted a fish of 28lb 10oz, which was a personal best for him and the Eyebrook record only to hook into a 31lb monster a few casts later. After that, like a light switch the fish turned off and the afternoon was a long 8 hours. Jobe is available for guiding please call him at the lodge for further information. Please be aware that will not allow pike fishing with water temperatures above 17 degrees. We advise all anglers to contact the lodge before making their trip.

Thursday fished exceptionally well for the time of year. Wednesday strong winds certainly got the fish more active. Mr Haken and MR Smith returned over a dozen fish that ll came to a foam daddy. Mr Thompson bank fished and caught 6 fish on a small damsel pattern fished on a dloating line. MR David Hay fished the veening from a boat and returned 4 fish that came to a size 12 dry sedge pattern.

Conditions became more challenging into the weekend with extremely bright conditions and temperatures rising. Most anglers opted for sinking lines or a long midge tip to fish nymphs. Jamie Scott netted 7 fish that took damsel and blobs fished on a fast sinking line. Mr Ware fished for a short evening session off the Island. At first he could see rising fish just beyond his cast but at as the evening progressed the fish moved in the shallow water and he was delighted to catch 5 fish well grown on rainbows the biggest of whish was close to 4lbs. All his fish took a size 12 black CDC.

Eyebrook is extremely busy this week with the Disabled International and the Angling Trust 6 man team loch style competition, therefore there will be limited boat availability.

Here at Eyebrook we look forward to hosting the New for the 2018, boat tuition days. These days are run to a similar format as the popular bank tuition days, with the difference being that the fishing is taught from a boat. In this section instructors will show participants the correct way to start & drive the boat, anchoring , drifting and boat etiquette.  This is a perfect chance to learn to boat fish just in time for the warmer temperatures pushing the fish towards the middle. To book a place for the upcoming date at Eyebrook on Saturday 14th July please visit www.flyfishtuition.co.uk/prices

 

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Saturday 14th July (boat course). Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

Eyebrook is the venue for this years Disabled international. The two-day event will take place on 26th and 27th June. We are currently looking for boat men to help on the day and monitor anglers whilst fishing. IF you can offer your help for one or two days please speak to a member for the Eyebrook staff or get in touch with the English Disabled Fly fishers.

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Photographs on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/FlyFishStore

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

We will be operating the same pricing structure that we use at our other water with the permit loyalty card & boat loyalty card valid at all our waters.

Please be aware with our upper fish limit been reduced from 8 fish to a 6 fish limit in future all 8 Fish stamps will be eligible for a free 6 fish permit once you reach the required number of stamps

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 22.00pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 22.00 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 22.00 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 18.00pm until 22.00pm (Tickets on sale from 17.45pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 22.00pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

 

Eyebrook Report W.e 17th June 2018

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 17th June 2018

Tel: 01536 770264        Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 181    Number Trout Taken: 266 Number Trout Released: 422 Total Catch: 682

Rod Average: 3.77

Eyebrook is back on form with a weekly rod average of 3.77 ! Strong winds on Thursday and cooler air temperatures freshened the surface water bringing the fish back on the feed. Most fish have been caught whilst drifting the main basin fishing with floating or slow intermediate lines. There are also fish showing in Mucky bay and Stoke Dry. These fish are tricky to tempt but anglers can be rewarded with fully finned hard fighting fish that prove to be great sport when hooked in just a few feet of water. Most of these fish are hard on the damsel nymphs and pin fry. A single dry fly or olive nymphs are the likeliest way to get an offer. Lots of anglers have fished with blobs and damsel patterns whilst drifting the basin, others have had success drifting from the hawthorns on dry flies. Bank anglers have seen better sport this week. There is still a productive evening rise with good hatches of various sized sedge. Most bank anglers are fishing the Belle, Hawthorns or Island and fish dries or washing line nymphs.

The week began ‘challenging’. Water temperature was still 20 degrees and the bright conditions were far from perfect. Bill Woods and Jim Kay targeted the better fish at Stoke Dry there were a good number of fish showing but were extremely difficult to catch. The pair caught 5 fish between them and had many other offers. Member Keith Johnson bank fished in the evening at Stoke Dry road. He couldn’t manage to connect with a fish whilst fishing dry flies even though there were plenty of fish showing. He found a olive nymph to work and was pleased to have netted 6 fish for his short session.

Wednesday saw the first day of noticeable improvement. Lots of boats anchored or drifted in and around Dogwood bay. C Hendrey fished a washing line with small olive or black nymphs and a FAB (foam arsed blob) on the point to keep his nymphs close to the surface. He was very satisfied having netted 16 fish throughout the day. Mr Firth and Mr Whale enjoyed day 3 of their 4-day package at Eyebrook. (we offer discounted rates for 2, 3 and 4-day breaks which can be split between any of our waters). The pair stuck to what they do best, fishing with Yellow Owl CDC which is always a favourite at Eyebrook. Again, they commented on how many fish came to the dries with out taking. Presentation is most certainly key at the moment. Roy Swinfield bank fished at the hawthorn hedge and had great success on size 16 buzzers fished washing line.

There was a good blow from the west on Thursday, this did put several anglers off fishing. The few that did fish had good sport with the rod average for the day a respectable 5.7 fish a rod. Most boats had to take shelter along the Leicester bank, luckily that’s where the fish were. Various methods worked. Nymphs and dries were hard to present correctly in the rougher water, so most anglers had success on lures or blobs. Member Bill Whittle caught 7 fish for his morning session. (half day boats currently run too or from 3.00 pm.) Henryk Pycz fished a midge tip and washing line to successfully net over a dozen fish whilst drifting from the Belle.

There were a lot of boats out on the Friday practising for the AMFC match on the Saturday. Plenty of rods were bending with most boats drifting through the main basin from the Belle to the three trees. D Davies found an unusual Montana pattern worked well on a intermediate line. Mr Firth and Mr Whale had their most successful day of their visit. The pair caught over 20 fish all on that deadly yellow Owl.

Saturday was match day with 30 anglers fishing from drifting boats.. The 30 anglers caught 173 fish giving a match average of 5.76 fish per rod. Most fish fell to blobs on slow intermediate lines. Saturday was also the first day on pike fly fishing at Eyebrook. Please ensure you have the correct tackle to target the pike at Eyebrook. Minimum 9 weight rod with a large reel, a large net is a must (we recommend 42”) and an unhooking mat. If you are unsure on what is needed to pike fly fish or would like to book a guided days pike fly fishing please speak to Jobe Burnham at the Eyebrook fishing lodge. 01536 770 264.

 

Sunday saw the first ever ‘unfinished fly competition’ at Eyebrook. A charity match to remember past anglers. The limit on the day was 6 fish to the boat, 4 pairs managed to catch their limits. Mark Goodge and Fred Kettle found the better fish whilst fishing dries they weighed in 6 fish for a weight of 12lb 3oz and took first place. Mark also had the best fish of the day a 3lb 10z rainbow.

Here at Eyebrook we look forward to hosting the New for the 2018, boat tuition days. These days are run to a similar format as the popular bank tuition days, with the difference being that the fishing is taught from a boat. In this section instructors will show participants the correct way to start & drive the boat, anchoring , drifting and boat etiquette.  This is a perfect chance to learn to boat fish just in time for the warmer temperatures pushing the fish towards the middle. To book a place for the upcoming date at Eyebrook on Saturday 14th July please visit www.flyfishtuition.co.uk/prices

 

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Saturday 14th July (boat course). Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

Eyebrook is the venue for this years Disabled international. The two-day event will take place on 26th and 27th June. We are currently looking for boat men to help on the day and monitor anglers whilst fishing. IF you can offer your help for one or two days please speak to a member for the Eyebrook staff or get in touch with the English Disabled Fly fishers.

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Photographs on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/FlyFishStore

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

We will be operating the same pricing structure that we use at our other water with the permit loyalty card & boat loyalty card valid at all our waters.

Please be aware with our upper fish limit been reduced from 8 fish to a 6 fish limit in future all 8 Fish stamps will be eligible for a free 6 fish permit once you reach the required number of stamps

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 21.45pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 21.45 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 21.45 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 17.45 pm until 21.45pm (Tickets on sale from 17.30pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 22.00pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

 

Eyebrook Report W.e 10th June 2018

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 10th June 2018

Tel: 01536 770264        Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 216    Number Trout Taken: 66 Number Trout Released: 130 Total Catch: 196

Rod Average: 0.9

River Gwash stocked twice this week with another 1000 fish bringing this seasons stocking too 10,978.

 

A very ‘Challenging’ week at Eyebrook. Water temperature rose to 20 degrees making the fish lethargic and reluctant to feed. Water temperatures are falling with the steady north breeze and with somewhat cooler air temperatures. Water temperature is currently 17.5 degrees and anglers have seen an increased amount of fish feeding in the surface. The abundance of pin fry and damsel nymphs also hasn’t helped. The fish that are feeding have become very preoccupied and difficult to tempt. There has been a good evening rise most evenings this week with a productive sedge hatch once the sun has dropped behind the hill.

Bank anglers have certainly enjoyed most of the sport this week fishing into the evenings. Boats have had very mixed success on a variety of methods. There have been a few fish come to dry flies. With water clarity ‘gin clear’ a single dry fished on light leader material is a must and presentation is most important. Size 14 or even smaller dries working best. CDC’s, Middas or small hoppers taking most fish. There appear to be fish at various depths in the water column. Many boat anglers have caught on sinking lines from a slow to a fast sink with damsel or blob patterns.

Mr Sholhowski targeted pin fry feeders a long the weed beds at the willows. He was happy with his day after catching 3 fish one of whish was a brown trout of 6lbs. Member Mark Hunt bank fished in the evening. He had a great last hours sport with lots of fish rising to take sedge off the surface. Mark caught 8 fish in little over an hour.

Wednesday saw the English disabled fly fishers fish their annual floating line competition. Floating lines in bright conditions made things even more challenging! Most anglers found fish hard to tempt and the day was won with only two fish caught by Mr Mick Hill.

Dave Shaer fished on Thursday and caught 4 fish on a Di 3 sinking line and blobs whilst fishing along the netted bank. Mr Wharton fished a little deeper on a Di7 line and caught 6 fish again using blobs.

The weekend showed signs of improvement and averaged 1.8. most anglers found first and last thing the best time to catch particularly whilst fishing in the shallows at the northern end of the reservoir. Best returns were from anglers who persisted on the dry flies. Al anglers reported a lot of fish swirling at their fishing without taking it. Some boats also had success whilst fishing deep in front of the dam wall. Keith Johnson had the best return of the week, 10 fish in 5 hours with most coming to the dry sedge patterns in the last hour whilst fishing at Stoke Dry road. Mr Nataly also caught 10 fish on orange daddies, red diawl bachs whilst fishing in open water off the island. Warden Jobe Burnham fished at stoked dry road for a few hours on Saturday. He could see fish moving in very shallow water at Stoke dry round. After trying many different damsel patterns, he finally found a fly that worked. A size 14 olive nymph that the fish mistook for a damsel nymph. This shows fly size is extremely important at the moment and small patterns are a must.

Pike fishing starts at Eyebrook on June 16th and is strictly fly only. We advise anglers to call the lodge prior to making their trip to pike fish as we will not allow pike fishing when water temperatures are over 17 degrees in the interest of the fish. All anglers must also be in possession of a suitable net and an unhooking mat. Guided pike fly fishing is available with head warden Jobe Burnham. He has a very good knock ledge of the Eyebrook and pike feeding patterns. To book call the lodge on 01536 770 264

Here at Eyebrook we look forward to hosting the New for the 2018, boat tuition days. These days are run to a similar format as the popular bank tuition days, with the difference being that the fishing is taught from a boat. In this section instructors will show participants the correct way to start & drive the boat, anchoring , drifting and boat etiquette.  This is a perfect chance to learn to boat fish just in time for the warmer temperatures pushing the fish towards the middle. To book a place for the upcoming date at Eyebrook on Saturday 14th July please visit www.flyfishtuition.co.uk/prices

 

Eyebrook reservoir is the venue for the new Loch Style Team championships. The two-day event held on the 30th June and 1st July has the .biggest pay out in team fishing with a price pot of £6500!! Teams of 6, to enter please follow the link below,

https://www.anglingtrustevents.net/e/183/loch-style-team-championship

 

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Saturday 14th July (boat course). Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

Eyebrook is the venue for this years Disabled international. The two-day event will take place on 26th and 27th June. We are currently looking for boat men to help on the day and monitor anglers whilst fishing. IF you can offer your help for one or two days please speak to a member for the Eyebrook staff or get in touch with the English Disabled Fly fishers.

.

Photographs on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/FlyFishStore

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

We will be operating the same pricing structure that we use at our other water with the permit loyalty card & boat loyalty card valid at all our waters.

Please be aware with our upper fish limit been reduced from 8 fish to a 6 fish limit in future all 8 Fish stamps will be eligible for a free 6 fish permit once you reach the required number of stamps

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 21.45pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 21.45 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 21.45 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 17.45 pm until 21.45pm (Tickets on sale from 17.30pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 22.00pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk

 

Eyebrook Report W.e 3rd June 2018

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Eyebrook Reservoir

Weekly report ending 3rd June 2018

Tel: 01536 770264        Fishery Mobile: 07738 490667                      

Weekly Stats:

Number Rods: 251    Number Trout Taken: 102 Number Trout Released: 274 Total Catch: 376

Rod Average: 1.5

Not an easy week at Eyebrook for an array of reasons. North winds, bright flat calm days, gin clear water, an abundance of damsel nymphs and pin fry made things what we refer too as ‘challenging’ ! For most of the week, before water temperatures hit nearly 20 degrees there were a lot of fish feeding in the surface, chasing damsel nymphs or ploughing through the giant shoals of pin fry. Most anglers found fishing frustrating, lots of offers too dry fly but very few connecting with the hook. Damsel nymphs and Pin fry are two of the hardest patterns to replicate with a fly, the fish become very preoccupied. Most anglers found that a single dry fly was the only option, a hares ear CDC or small black hopper fished static producing the best results. Bank anglers have had good success into the evenings with an abundance of large sedge on the water, best areas have been stoke dry or the Island.

Monday was a day of two halves. Perfect conditions to start, Overcast and a steady breeze with fish slowing in various areas of the reservoir. Member Mark Hunt fished Stoke Dry to the cowshed and found the fishing frustrating to start. Lots of offers but the fish were just ‘coming short’ and swirling at the fly. Mark tried nearly every method he had confidence in but too no avail. As the day progressed the cloud broke away leaving the sun high and bright in the sky, surprisingly the fish continued to rise. Mark fished into the afternoon with a single Hares Ear CDC pattern and eventually managed to connect with 11 fish. John Witehead also fished dry flies at Stoke Dry. He found a single or CDC or a black shipmans buzzer worked best. John netted 7 fish for an afternoon session.

Tuesday conditions were better, a stronger north Easterly wasn’t perfect but at least there was cloud cover. Most boats were drifting the north end of the reservoir. John Smith and boat partner John had a great day. Fishing with orange daddies, Olive buzzers and black hoppers the pair caught 16 fish to the boat whilst drifting Stoke Dry and the Willows. Member and regular bank angler Malcolm Thompson fished along the willows tress and The Hawthorn hedge. Fishing with a Frazer nymph variant and a large bushing dry fly into the evening he caught 9 fish.

Wednesday fished well with most anglers finding a fish or two. Members Clive and Ian caught a dozen fish at Robbos cabin and damsel nymphs and blobs. Draycote Member Ed Douglas fished the dries at the North end of the Reservoir and caught 14 fish including 5 lb 8oz brown trout. James Besson bank fished into the evening and caught 7 fish on a washing line and crunchers. James also had a surprise when he netted a brown trout of over 5lbs. (we ask that all brown trout to be returned to preserve the wide stocks)

Many anglers found the fishing tough for Friday into the weekend. Lots of fish pushing water and moving in the surface but were extremely hard to tempt. Andy Smith caught 7 fish from a boat on Dry flies. Darren Blackshaw had a great evening and caught 7 fish in the last hour whilst bank fishing in Sams Dyke. All Darrens fish came to large sedge patterns.

Its not always big flies that catch big fish. Mr Spooer was delighted to net to net a 9lb 2 brown trout that took his size 12 CDC at Stoke Dry. The fish was safely returned and swam away strongly. Into the weekend there were more fish being caught at depth in the deeper water. Mr Wilson caught 11 fish on a di5 and orange booby drifting and Mr Haye fished size 10 buzzers with a long leader and had a successful day.

Sunday was an extremely tough day. Flat clam and extremely bright left anglers struggling to find the fish. Most fished over deeper water and found no consistency to what method worked best. Fishing should improve with cooler conditions forecast for the week ahead.

After another successful bank tuition day on Saturday, here at Eyebrook we look forward to hosting the New for the 2018, boat tuition days. These days are run to a similar format as the popular bank tuition days, with the difference being that the fishing is taught from a boat. In this section instructors will show participants the correct way to start & drive the boat, anchoring , drifting and boat etiquette.  This is a perfect chance to learn to boat fish just in time for the warmer temperatures pushing the fish towards the middle. To book a place for the upcoming date at Eyebrook on Saturday 14th July please visit www.flyfishtuition.co.uk/prices

 

Eyebrook reservoir is the venue for the new Loch Style Team championships. The two-day event held on the 30th June and 1st July has the .biggest pay out in team fishing with a price pot of £6500!! Teams of 6, to enter please follow the link below,

https://www.anglingtrustevents.net/e/183/loch-style-team-championship

 

6th & 7 July we welcome back John Horsey Anglers World Holidays competition, booking for this competition is via John website www.anglersworld.flyfishingchampionships.uk/

 

Eyebrook Tuition dates 2018

Sunday 3rd June, Saturday 14th July (boat course). Sunday 12th August (Boat Course) Saturday 8th September, Sunday 7th October.

Eyebrook is the venue for this years Disabled international. The two-day event will take place on 26th and 27th June. We are currently looking for boat men to help on the day and monitor anglers whilst fishing. IF you can offer your help for one or two days please speak to a member for the Eyebrook staff or get in touch with the English Disabled Fly fishers.

Notice to all anglers.

We ask that all anglers respect each other whilst fishing or motoring in a boat. No anglers boat or bank should be less than 50 meters apart. If a boat is anchored less than 50 meters from a bank, a bank angler can ask the boat to move out to 50 meters.

Photographs on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/FlyFishStore

We are allowing rudders & float tubers welcome. We will also have float tube available for you to hire at the Eyebrook this season.

Guiding available with England International Lee Henfrey, Fishery Ranger Toff Crowther & assistant Eyebrook manager Jobe Burnham. Jobe also specialises in Pike Fly Fishing tuition

Lodge will be open from 7.30am for bank anglers to book in with boats available from 8.30am

We will be operating the same pricing structure that we use at our other water with the permit loyalty card & boat loyalty card valid at all our waters.

Please be aware with our upper fish limit been reduced from 8 fish to a 6 fish limit in future all 8 Fish stamps will be eligible for a free 6 fish permit once you reach the required number of stamps

Access

‘Alec Lane ‘ gate now has a combination lock on. Please remember to check the code with the wardens as it will change regularly

Current Fishing Time:

Bank: 07:30am until 21.45pm

Boat All Day: 08:30am until 21.45 pm

Morning Boats: 08:30am until 15.00 pm Afternoon Boats: 15.00pm until 21.45 pm

Last 4 Hours from: 17.45 pm until 21.45pm (Tickets on sale from 17.30pm)

All anglers booked out at the lodge & off site by: 22.00pm

Visit our new Eyebrook fishery website www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk