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Date: Saturday 13th April
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Sunday's Weather

Max: 13°C (56°F)
Min: 4°C (39°F)
Wind: North Westerly
Wind Speed: 10mph
Pressure: 1030mb
Sunrise: 05:53 GMT
Sunset: 18:18 GMT

BBC Weather Forecast

Fishing Report for Week Ending Friday 18th January


Another week of milder weather has seen some good catches, a lot of action around the playground area, Duncan Collins bagging 15 Rainbows on a catch and Release Flyfishing permit from the playground bank. Any Method boats also catching from outside the buoys in front of the Lodge

As the boat season draws to its close on 31st January, weekend boats have again been busy with a waiting list operating last Sunday, luckily all managed to get boats eventually. Bookings can now be made for Opening Day boats for the new season which commences on 21st March

As the boat season approaches the end it would seem the weather is starting to turn to more seasonal temperatures. With forecasts of ice and frost great care should be taken when boarding and exiting boats and suitable clothing should be worn

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Totals From 15 Returns


Fish Rainbows Blues Browns
78 78 0 0

Weekly Averages


Rod Average Fish Weight
5.2 2lbs 1ozs

Best Rainbow Trout


Weight Caught By
2lbs 8ozs  N. Maynard

Water Temperature & Level


Temperature Level
5°C 93%
* The content of the fishing report is provided by Bewl Water Fishery Lamberhurst

Safety Reminders


Please remember that if fishing in the Main Bowl boats are to keep 100 metres clear of the draw-off tower, the overflow tower and the Dam Wall. Tying boats to the towers is dangerous and may cause damage both to boats and Southern Water's operational equipment

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