Posts Categorized: Fishery News

Martins Early August Report

July ended up as a typical hot month with warm day and night temperatures, the water temperatures shot up at the beginning of the month and then held at around 23 degrees for most of the month, this obviously slowed the fishing up with the fish sinking into the depths and going off the feed…. Read more »

July Report

We are now well into the Summer – hot weather with Wednesday being the hottest July day on record, as you can imagine the water temperatures are now shooting up, this sort of weather with hot nights gives no respite for the lakes with resulting high water temperatures, this means that we are now running… Read more »

March Report

February turned out to be quite a nasty month weather wise with lots of cold windy wet days – the sort of days that you prove you are either a very keen angler or slightly mad… Despite the poor weather, it was a great month for fishing, with all the lakes fishing well, interestingly the… Read more »

February Report

It has been a very successful Winters fishing with excellent sport on all the lakes, the weather hasn’t been too bad, with a number of beautiful crisp sunny days in between the usual wet, cold, damp days. It has been a busy Winter with anglers enjoying hard fighting fish, the Arctic Char have proved a… Read more »

First Artic Charr Caught!

Mr Derek Sansom caught our first Arctic Charr from Birch Lake on 15th October. It went like a torpedo apparently. Duncton Mill Fishery will be stocking these great fish right through the winter.

Trout Masters

James Foulcher won the junior troutmasters title. Here he is with his Dad and Grandad, which was fitting as we all know as parents how much running around all these things take!

Fishing for Heroes 2014

It’s a long time away, but thought we would let you know the date for the popular event, so that you can put the it in your diary! This year our heat will be held on Saturday 8th November 2014. This has proved a fun event in the past – with a morning’s fishing followed… Read more »