Kielder Weekly Fishing Reports

17th November 2019

Share this report:

Kielder reservoir:

Size:

2,700

acres(1,093h)
Max Depth:

178ft

(55 meters)
No. of Anglers:

6

This Week.
Best Trout:

3lb 2oz

This Week.
Total Caught:

21

This Week.
Newsflash!

 

Season review; The season ended 15 November with a rod average at Kielder for 2019 season of 3.7 fish per angler. Some of the highlights of this season included the Kielder Pair’s boat competitions. The first heat was won by David Neilson and Eamon Loony with 16 fish for 24lb 2oz, the heaviest fish of the match was caught by Ray Fothergill, a fabulous looking rainbow which tipped the scales at 5lb 4oz.

The Second heat was won by Matty Darroch and Martin Bone who caught a great net of 16 fish in 90 minutes. The pair also landed the biggest fish of the competition at 3lb 13oz with the rod average for that competition an impressive 10 fish per boat.

The Third heat was won by Richard Wood and Ian Coats with 13 fish, narrowly beating David Mordue and Peter Jones.

The Grand Final was won by Andrew Scott and Simon lee with 16 fish for 26lb 6oz. Second place went to David Neilson and Eamon Loony with Third going to Ian Fairgrieve and Steve Bowden. We also held the Scierra Pairs competition with overall winners Peter Pattinson and Ray Fothergill.

We saw the return of the Jack Charlton Trout Cup competition which has been held at Kielder for over 30 years and is a competition for anglers of all abilities. The overall winner was Paul Scott with eight fish for 18lb 11oz. He also landed the heaviest fish of the competition 8lb 4oz.

The Algood Trophy for the best wheelchair catch was won by James Crombie with four fish for 7lb 3oz.

Kielder Water in partnership with Northumbria Police had a great day with children from the Grace Darling Academy in NewbiggIn and the William Leech Campus in Lynemouth. The group were on an educational visit and enjoyed some fishing with all children landing a fish.

We also saw the return of Hoy & Hope Angling Club who recorded 29 fish caught by 12 boat anglers Sunday 9 June.

A big thank you to all the anglers this season, we hope to see you again next season and we are already planning for the start of 2020. Also a big thank you to Simon Duffin and his team at Invicta Trout for the quality of fish supplied to Kielder from his farms in Scotland.

 

Please note: Season is now CLOSED

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

Catch of the week:

Simon Preen braved the weather conditions taking the best catch of the week at Kielder Waterside which was returned to enjoy the winter!

Best area and flies:

Best areas & baits / lures

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.

Fishing Reports Visit Kielder

FIND YOUR LOCAL FISHING REPORT

AT WATERSIDE PARKS

Asset 2arrow_downarrow_leftright_arrowcar category_paint_long category_paintAsset 1Asset 2circle_outlinecircleAsset 1crossdownloadgroup-2Asset 4mailfill-1paw people phoneAsset 3playAsset 1social_facebooksocial_googleplussocial_instagramsocial_linkedinsocial_pinterestlogo-twitter-glyph-32social_youtubeticktoggle-horizontaltoggle-verticalAsset 3treeswheelchair