Archive for the 'Fly Fishing in Cheshire' Category

Danebridge Fishery

Thursday, August 3rd, 2006

Danebridge Fisheries, near the village of Wincle, close to Macclesfield is a popular fly fishery in Cheshire. Danebridge Fishery boasts a spring fed single 2.25 acre lake with a fisherman’s hut to provide shelter on rainy days that has good facilities. At weekends, even in the winter months, the fishery can get busy so call […]

Clay Lane Farm Trout Fishery

Saturday, July 29th, 2006

Clay Lane Farm Trout Fishery in Cheshire offers fly fishing enthusiasts the chance to experience a private lake with excellent facilities in a beautiful part of the north west of England.

Cheshire Fishing

Friday, June 9th, 2006

The Cheshire Fishing fishery in Cheshire is popular with anglers from across the North West. When looking to go Fly fishing in Cheshire the choice of venues is plentiful, but this is always respectable. Cheshire Fishing is well worth a visit. Popular flies include Black Gnat’s, Hare’s Ear Emergers and Damsels.

Westlow Mere Fishery

Tuesday, May 9th, 2006

Westlow Mere fishery in Cheshire is associated with good fly fishing in Cheshire. The average bag is rarely below five, especially in the summer months when a range of fishing flies can lead to angling bliss. Lures, Buzzers, Damsel’s and Montanas are strong favourites.

Meadow Fishery

Tuesday, May 9th, 2006

Meadow Fishery in Cheshire is renowned for consistent catch returns of hard fighting Rainbow Trout in the region of 5 to 6 lb. Popular patterns for fly fisherman include the Black Gnat and various Emergers. This water responds particularly well to Buzzer Fishing Fly tactics. To catch your first Rainbow Trout try fly fishing in […]