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tilly
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Postby tilly » Sun 02 Sep, 2012 8:06 pm

Caught in France not has big as the ones in this post
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Postby book » Sun 02 Sep, 2012 8:49 pm

Tyke wrote: Been spinning for a couple of hours today on the free stretch from the Armories down to Gibraltar Island. Didnt catch owt but the Brownies down there were taking the [edited for content], no matter what I used they wouldnt have it just kept supping the surface right in front of me. Still too warm for trout fishing, there is an abundance of fly life now and they keep nipping off the top all day long. Dog days, normally July and Aug but extends into early Sept. try very small fly patterns.
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Postby stutterdog » Sun 02 Sep, 2012 9:05 pm

book wrote: Tyke wrote: Been spinning for a couple of hours today on the free stretch from the Armories down to Gibraltar Island. Didnt catch owt but the Brownies down there were taking the [edited for content], no matter what I used they wouldnt have it just kept supping the surface right in front of me. Still too warm for trout fishing, there is an abundance of fly life now and they keep nipping off the top all day long. Dog days, normally July and Aug but extends into early Sept. try very small fly patterns. They say there are lots of jack pike nr the swing bridge at Rodley.Leeds side, weed beds about 100mts.
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Postby Tyke » Sun 02 Sep, 2012 9:08 pm

book wrote: Tyke wrote: Been spinning for a couple of hours today on the free stretch from the Armories down to Gibraltar Island. Didnt catch owt but the Brownies down there were taking the [edited for content], no matter what I used they wouldnt have it just kept supping the surface right in front of me. Still too warm for trout fishing, there is an abundance of fly life now and they keep nipping off the top all day long. Dog days, normally July and Aug but extends into early Sept. try very small fly patterns. I may take a fly rod down next time.
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Postby hicklingmick » Mon 03 Sep, 2012 6:43 pm

[quotenick="Tyke"]Been spinning for a couple of hours today on the free stretch from the Armories down to Gibraltar Island. Didnt catch owt but the Brownies down there were taking the [edited for content], no matter what I used they wouldnt have it just kept supping the surface right in front of me. [/quotetry maggots trout love them. thats why some fisheries say fly only.just fish shallow.I remember years ago fishing the ure at middleham for barbel and chub and spending all day upping the size of baits to stop catching trout every cast.
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Postby tilly » Mon 03 Sep, 2012 7:51 pm

Caught in france but not has big as the ones on this post i was going to post a photograph of a sturgeon i caught in France but cant find the file sorry.    
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Postby book » Mon 03 Sep, 2012 9:36 pm

Hi Tiily, was it the one that got away?
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Postby stutterdog » Mon 03 Sep, 2012 10:03 pm

[quotenick="hicklingmick"] Tyke wrote: Been spinning for a couple of hours today on the free stretch from the Armories down to Gibraltar Island. Didnt catch owt but the Brownies down there were taking the [edited for content], no matter what I used they wouldnt have it just kept supping the surface right in front of me. [/quotetry maggots trout love them. thats why some fisheries say fly only.just fish shallow.I remember years ago fishing the ure at middleham for barbel and chub and spending all day upping the size of baits to stop catching trout every cast. Not having caught a fish from the Aire yet.Would it be advisable NOT to eat Trout from this river?As there seems to be quite a few anglers on S.L would it be feasable to form an angling club? S.L. Pisscatorials would seem to be a good title as most of you like a pint or three! Have I put in too many S's?LOL    
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Postby Tyke » Tue 04 Sep, 2012 9:26 am

[quotenick="stutterdog"] hicklingmick wrote: Tyke wrote: Been spinning for a couple of hours today on the free stretch from the Armories down to Gibraltar Island. Didnt catch owt but the Brownies down there were taking the [edited for content], no matter what I used they wouldnt have it just kept supping the surface right in front of me. [/quotetry maggots trout love them. thats why some fisheries say fly only.just fish shallow.I remember years ago fishing the ure at middleham for barbel and chub and spending all day upping the size of baits to stop catching trout every cast. Not having caught a fish from the Aire yet.Would it be advisable NOT to eat Trout from this river?As there seems to be quite a few anglers on S.L would it be feasable to form an angling club? S.L. Pisscatorials would seem to be a good title as most of you like a pint or three! Have I put in too many S's?LOL     I would be happy to eat a fish from the river especially as the mills and heavy industry up stream have gone and the wild life has returned, I was watching a King fisher darting up and down the river as well. If you do get the pisscatorials going Im allways up for a pisscatorial up so keep me in mind.
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Postby stutterdog » Tue 04 Sep, 2012 10:30 pm

[quotenick="Tyke"] stutterdog wrote: hicklingmick wrote: Tyke wrote: Been spinning for a couple of hours today on the free stretch from the Armories down to Gibraltar Island. Didnt catch owt but the Brownies down there were taking the [edited for content], no matter what I used they wouldnt have it just kept supping the surface right in front of me. [/quotetry maggots trout love them. thats why some fisheries say fly only.just fish shallow.I remember years ago fishing the ure at middleham for barbel and chub and spending all day upping the size of baits to stop catching trout every cast. Not having caught a fish from the Aire yet.Would it be advisable NOT to eat Trout from this river?As there seems to be quite a few anglers on S.L would it be feasable to form an angling club? S.L. Pisscatorials would seem to be a good title as most of you like a pint or three! Have I put in too many S's?LOL     I would be happy to eat a fish from the river especially as the mills and heavy industry up stream have gone and the wild life has returned, I was watching a King fisher darting up and down the river as well. If you do get the pisscatorials going Im allways up for a pisscatorial up so keep me in mind. I'd be more than happy to meet up with you for a few hours fishing. I'm not that keen on fishing on my own. It would have to be midweek though as my weekends are usually taken up with my Family.Fly or course would be fine but somewhere not too expensive? I did go down on the Aire nr CalverleyBridge and found a nice spot. I tried a swimfeeder and lost my hook and feeder after the first cast! I had some good bites but I lost another feeder ,my last one, so went home after 2 hrs. But, I did enjoy the time down there ,it was so nice, quiet and peacefull
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