For those who fish for Salmon and Sea Trout May often brings an uplift of fish in the river. At the side of the page you will find links to the daily and monthly upstream figures. The links are repeated below.
So if you’re looking for quick access to useful information we do our best to provide it on here.
Many anglers will be eager to monitor river levels as we move into the summer months, maybe for an indication of running fish or perhaps to save a journey to the river only to find water too high or too low.
We are pleased to provide useful links at the side of this page to the EA River Levels site where water levels can be seen for Witton Park and Sunderland Bridge gauging stations, plus if you are planning to fish further afield the country is covered on this site.
So before you plan that trip, remember river level information is available right here.
We just thought you would like to know: Anglers Lodge at Jubilee Lakes have a sale happening right now on clothing.
Just to mention that it’s a 33% off on the website but actually 50% off in the shop if you are able to go through. The link below will take you to the web-site to have a look at what’s available but as you can see you’ll save more in shop.
Anglers have been reporting some good Trout fishing when conditions have been decent but it seems that no one explained the concept of “close-season” to the Grayling.
The Brown Trout Season is open
The Lady is waiting
Anglers are reporting numbers of Grayling being caught. of course at this time of year flies and tactics are not massively dissimilar but if you do seem to find a shoal of Grayling you may want to try something different or leave that spot.
Please enjoy your fishing but spare a thought for the Grayling which may be shoaling and spawning.
Easter has arrived and traditionally by now the fishing is starting to warm up.
A number of anglers have reported good sessions during the warm weather, unfortunately the forecast is much cooler over Easter but don’t let that put you off.
Anglers don’t need to be reminded that there will be lots of visitors to the river bank over the weekend so please take care with anything which could cause harm. In particular please be sure not to leave waste nylon lying around which apart from being a problem for wild life cause be dangerous to children and dogs. Best option is to take it home or at least cut it into small pieces.
Remember, if you wish to take a non-member along permits are available from Sheldon’s news agents.
Have a great Easter, enjoy your fishing and please leave something for me to catch.
If you’ve not had chance to get out yet, the trout season is open and the Trout are aware.
One angler today had half a dozen nice trout between 8 and 12 inches.
The warmer conditions have brought some fly life out and the fish are responding. With the river in good nick you might want to take advantage.
Now you’re expecting to find that the Open Day at Jubilee Lakes is a big April Fool’s Joke. Well it’s not, it is happening today. The forecast looks decent so go on, treat yourself, pop along to Jubilee Lakes for all the fun starting at 11.