Kielder Weekly Fishing Reports

14th July 2019

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Kielder reservoir:

Size:

2,700

acres(1,093h)
Max Depth:

178ft

(55 meters)
No. of Anglers:

73

This Week.
Best Trout:

4lb 7oz

This Week.
Total Caught:

242

This Week.
Newsflash!

Please note: All boats back on the jetty at Kielder Waterside for 8pm. Next fish stocking at Kielder 18 July. Look out for a number of larger rainbow trout being stocked this week.

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Catch of the week:

Heaviest catch was from the bank close to the Mounces Burn at Kielder Waterside with eight rainbows for a total of 19lb 2oz by Richard Gough, spinning with a Black and Red Mepps lure. Heaviest fish of the week was landed at the South Abutment, also from the bank and weighing in at 4lb 7oz caught using worm and sweet corn. Water levels have dropped over the course of the week anglers have been recording numerous limit catches helped by lower temperatures than average for mid July. Mark Edgar had a great day catching 11 fish with many more dropped off whilst fishing around the Mathew’s Linn. Mark used a Cut Throat Cat’s Whisker to take the majority of the fish which were all in great condition.

Memorable moment of the week:

Twelve year old Connor Henderson landed a rainbow of 2lb 3oz fishing ledgered worm from the bank at Tower Knowe Visitor. He and Dad Ian had a total catch weight of 17lb for eight fish.

Best area and flies:

Gordon’s Walls, Whickhope Inlet, Needs Hill and Lewis Burn using intermediate lines with Orange Fritz, black snakes, Cat’s Whisker and traditional wet fly patterns.

Best areas & baits / lures

Stockie Bay, Tower Knowe, Whickhope Inlet and Lewis Burn with ledgered Powerbait in various colours or ledgered worm.

Fishing with Waterside Parks is the perfect way to enjoy a great sport, whether you like fly fishing, bank fishing, coarse fishing or wild brown trout fishing.

With so many different locations to choose from, and styles of fishing, every experience will feel new and exciting.

The fishing we offer across our parks and reservoirs is aimed at all abilities. We can teach you everything from setting up your rod to casting off, or we can just direct you to the best spots and leave you to enjoy the wonderful outdoors and to practice your skill. Our rangers are always happy to have a chat and give any tips or advice to help you have the best chance of catching one of the many thousands of fish stocked across our reservoirs. And now you can bring the family! Either get them involved or learn more of what they can do at Kielder while you enjoy your days fishing.

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