Thursday 21st April 2016 Lenches Lakes Fishing Update
The Cuckoo has arrived – Swallows are swooping and scooping up the hatches – a wonderful time of year to fly fish alongside our Spring time glory
A great weeks fishing – Flies used throughout the day are pretty variable, the trout seem to change by the hour, one minute it is all Buzzers, next Red hot heads pale shanks. Bring your armoury with a mix of Black/green/olive nymphs and lures, Buzzers, Dries, Daddies,Bloodworm, Damsels.
The biggest fish out this week went to Andy Campbell on Tuesday 7lb 8oz (incidently a friend gave birth on Tuesday , the babys weight was 7lb 8oz !!! Spooky eh?).
Tight lines to all –
Our little jewel in Worcestershire offers the Fly Fisher a peacefull and tranqil venue. Conservation plays a crucial role; benefits include increasing the entomology of the lakes, hence encouraging and establishing flourishing flora and fauna which inturn attract a diverse and fascinating range of birds and mammals.
We are a small privately owned Trout Fishery: the lakes were first developed in 1971. In 1992/3 the two lakes were drained and deepened opening for fishing in 1994. They are well established and naturalised set amongst forty acres of unspoilt beautiful Worcestershire countryside.
The Lenches Lakes offer a unnique picturesque venue for functions such as Corporate Entertainment, Dinners,Lunches,Parties and Weddings
We are a certified Caravan Club Site offering five quiet pitches with electric hook ups, water and elsan point.
We welcome Tents and Motorhomes on another area of the estate also with electric hook ups, water and elsan point.