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The Bubbles

The new 'Bubble Line' is now fully working. Not only is it much longer, it also has more outlets. This should make a real difference to water quality and consequently an improvement in the fishing over the hot summer month to come!

Upcoming Event
BBFC Invitation Match - The Grand Max

Date: Wednesday 19th September

AMFC Team Dates
'A' & 'B' Teams · Round 5

Location: Draycote
Date: Wednesday 26th September
Organiser: Bewl 'A'

Wednesday's Weather

Min: 12°C (54°F)
Wind: South Westerly
Wind Speed: 6mph
Pressure: 1018mb
Sunset: 21:05 BST

BBC Weather Forecast

Fishing Report for Week Ending Thursday 28th June

The fishing at Bewl has been excellent this week. Many anglers have caught their 8 fish limits and fly anglers have reported catching and releasing over 20. Rod average for the week, based on returns, is an outstanding 7.92 - one of the highest averages recorded at Bewl

The fish, which are still high in the water, have spread out across the reservoir and are no longer just in the Main Bowl. The water is starting to show signs of colouring over in places

Best areas for boat fishing have been the Main Bowl, including but not exclusively the Bubble, Rosemary Lane and Hook Straight

Bank fishing has been better this week. Anglers have been catching at Bramble Point and the front of the playground

Successful flies have been Damsels, Boobies, Cormorants and Black Buzzers

Winner of the prize draw for June is Mick Crouch who wins a free boat for the day

Totals From 48 Returns

Fish Rainbows Blues Browns
380 380 0 0

Weekly Averages

Rod Average Fish Weight
7.92 2lbs 8ozs

Best Rainbow Trout

Weight Caught By
4lbs 5ozs Phil

Water Temperature & Level

Temperature Level
19°C 94%
* 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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