Water temperatures are dropping and the fishing is improving.
On the warmer days, there are still some good hatches of insects with plenty of trout surface feeding.
Access to the fishery is much improved with the Temple flyover now open.
Some of the larger trout stocked through the summer should be becoming easier to catch with the drop in water temperature and I am expecting some good bags to be weighed in.
Lorraine Flavell, of Wakefield, landed the largest trout so far this month which was a 3lb brown caught on a Cat's Whisker.
Stockies were coming out on a variety of flies and techniques.
Dave Truran, of St. Austell, landed three rainbows for 6lb fishing nymphs and an Orange Blob.
Mr. Edmond, of Falmouth, landed five rainbows for 8lb 8oz fishing a weighted nymph.