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Temple Trout Fishery

March / April 2016 Fishing Report

Well respected and liked, my father Royston, sadly passed away in February.
The funeral was well attended by friends and family. Thank you to all those who sent condolences and attended the funeral.
Money raised in donations amounted to £532.60 for Children's Hospice South West and the British Lung Foundation.
He will certainly be missed by all those that frequent the fishery.

March and now into April has seen much improved water quality at the fishery with plenty of trout surface feeding on the hatching spring fly life.
John Twine, of Liskeard, landed a good five fish bag for 11lb 6oz on a Dawson's Olive.
Tony Edwards, of Callington, landed a good seven fish bag for 15lb fishing a lime booby.
Jeremy Goodrum, of Falmouth, landed a superb 6lb 5oz rainbow fishing a Cat's Whisker.

Help4Heroes fly fishing match will be held on 8th May.
Anyone wishing to fish please contact the fishery for information. 01208 821730 / 07787 704966

February / March 2016 Fishing Report

Clearer water conditions at the fishery has led to improved fishing conditions.

Brian Parrott, of Oxford, landed a good 2lb tagged brown netting Brian a £100 cash prize.
Brian's three fish bag weighed 6 lb 8 oz and was taken on an Orange and Lime Stinger.

Terry Cooper, of St. Austell, landed the largest rainbow so far this month at 5 lb 10 oz.
Terry landed a three fish bag for 10 lb 3 oz fishing a a Dawson's Olive and gold head orange lure.

Other good rainbows were taken by Tony Edwards, of Callington, who landed a 5 lb 6 oz fish on a broad winged dry fly and
Neil Barnett, of Bodmin, who landed a 5 lb 5 oz rainbow on a Red Spider.

January / February 2016 Fishing Report

Some coloured water coming from the A30 development has at last been addressed and hopefully the issues have been resolved.

The lakes became coloured with the water runoff which created difficult fishing conditions.
Although at the present the lakes are still somewhat coloured it is hoped that they will soon begin to clear and things will return to normal.

Tony Edwards, of Callington, landed a good 3lb 8oz rainbow fishing a White Nomad.

December 2015 / January 2016 Fishing Report

Poor weather has created somewhat unfavourable fishing conditions.

Those braving the conditions have had some good sport.

Kevin Piper, of Wadebridge, landed a good 3 fish bag for 8lb 3oz fishing a red and black Cat's Whisker.
Kevin's largest rainbow weighed in at 4lb 2oz

November / December 2015 Fishing Report

November and now into December has seen constant bad weather at the Fishery which has caused the water to colour leading to difficult fishing conditions.
A spell of better weather now in December has allowed the lakes to clear giving better fishing conditions. In coloured conditions the use of bright flies, such as nymphs, lures and boobies, have been most productive.

With clearer water conditions the use of standard patterns has again been successful.
Dave Richardson, of North Hill, landed 4 good rainbows for 8lb 14oz fishing a yellow tailed Damsel Nymph.
Matthew Hodges, of St. Mabyn, landed the largest rainbow of the month so far at 4lb 5oz. Matthew landed another rainbow to give him a good brace of 6lb 8oz.
Both of Matthew's fish were taken on a mini Cat's Whisker.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

October / November 2015 Fishing Report

Temple Fishery has fished very well of late.

Most days have been overcast with fish feeding close to the surface.
In poor conditions such as bright or windy rainy conditions fish have been caught deeper in the Lake.

Dave Richardson, of Launceston, landed a good 4 lb 1 oz rainbow fishing a G.H. Cat's Whisker. Dave's 5 fish bag weighed in at 11 lb 5 oz.
David Snell, of Bovey Tracey, landed a good 3 lb 12 oz brown trout fishing a red and black Terminator. David's 6 fish bag weighed 14 lb.
John Twine, of Liskeard, landed a 3 lb 8 oz brown trout fishing a black and lime Minky. John's 2 fish bag weighed 5 lb 8 oz.

September / October 2015 Fishing Report

Warm overcast days have had some good hatches of insect with plenty of trout surface feeding.

On these days dry flies and buzzers have been most productive.
In cooler brighter conditions fish have been caught deeper in the lake with sinking and intermediate lines being most effective.

The largest trout of the month was caught by Andy Dexter, of Pensilva, at 4 lb 4 oz.
Andy caught a 2 fish bag for 6 lb 4 oz which was taken on a Bibio and and Blue Flash Damsel.

Paul Neild, of Newquay, also landed a good 4 lb 3 oz rainbow fishing a Damsel Nymph.

Chris Short, of Illminster, landed 8 fish for 15 lb 12 oz fishing a Humungus.

August / September 2015 Fishing Report

August month and now into September has seen the fishing improve in the cooler conditions.

Floating, sink tip and intermediate lines fished with small nymphs, buzzers and dries have been most effective with trout feeding closer to the surface.

Roger Rance,of Oxford, landed the largest rainbow at 3lb 12oz. Rogers 5lb 6oz brace was taken on red emergers.
John Twine, of Liskeard, Landed 4 rainbows for 7lb fishing a dry sedge and buzzers. Sport was good for John as he also lost 6 trout one of which was estimated at 5lb plus in weight.

July / August 2015 Fishing Report

July month and now into August the fishing has been productive at Temple.

Wet and cooler conditions have brought fish closer to the surface where they have been actively feeding.
In these conditions anglers have been catching well mainly with floating and intermediate lines fished with mini lures and nymphs.

In a recent fishery match thirteen anglers landed 47 trout.
Chris Bolt, of Exeter, landed the largest rainbow of the month at 4lb 2oz fishing a Damsel Nymph. Chris's 3 fish bag weighed 7lb 10oz.
Christine Harris, of Penryn, landed a good 7 fish bag for 12lb 12oz fishing a Damsel Nymph.

June / July 2015 Fishing Report

Dry and hot conditions in June month and now into July have produced some challenging days at the fishery.

Overcast days have been much more productive than the bright hot days.
Plenty of 2lb plus bags have been caught, however, the larger trout that have been stocked have proved rather more elusive.

Graham Johns, of St. Dennis, landed the largest rainbow so far this month at 3lb 12oz. Graham's 3 fish bag weighed in at 8lb 1oz and was taken on an Olive Buzzer.
John Twine, of Liskeard, landed 4 rainbows for 8lb 8oz fishing a Cat's Whisker and Black Buzzer.
Austin King, of St. Neot, landed 4 rainbows for 8lb 4oz fishing a Hot Head Damsel.
Ashley Vallence, of Holsworthy, landed 5 rainbows for 9lb 8oz also fishing a Damsel Nymph.

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