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Mike Barrio

Haddo Trout Fishery ( to May 21st )
« on: May 19, 2007, 22:36:13 PM »
Hi folks  :cool:

Diawl Bachs, Bibios, spiders, hoppers, buzzers and sedge continue to produce great sport at Haddo this week, dressed best in black for overcast conditions when the trout have been keen to feed on the surface. Fly life has been prolific, especially Hawthorns and Olives. During brighter spells, the Yellow Dancer, damsels, Cormorants and Fritz have also been good choices when fishing a little deeper.
From the boats, Kevin Neri tempted 30 fish up to approx 8 lb for his session and all five species, Alistair Davidson netted 21 up to 11 lb, Dave Batty 20 up to 14 lb, Scott Sim 17 up to 5 lb, Neil Garden 16 up to 3 lb, Peter Black 12 up to 5 lb, Bob Nicol 12 up to 4 lb, Bill Simpson 10 up to 9 lb, John Lucas 8 up to 14 lb, Peter McLean 10 up to 5 lb, Andrew Mott 10 up to 3 lb, Kevin Reid 11 up to 3 lb, Scott Carle 11 up to 3 lb, Hugh Baxter 11 up to 3 lb, John Baxter 11 up to 3 lb, Norrie Hart 6 up to 10 lb, John Rench 6 up to 10 lb, Chris Daniels released a nice fish of approx 12 lb and Steve Rankin had 8 up to 13 lb.
From the float tubes, Kipps Kerr caught 12 fish up to approx 11 lb for his evening, Damien Bruce had 10 up to 7 lb, Gary Jenkins 12 up to 10 lb and Stuart Macrae also netted a nice fish of approx 10 lb.

Best wishes
Mike Barrio

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