Archive for the 'Fly Fishing in Cornwall' Category

Temple Trout Fishery

Saturday, June 17th, 2006

Temple Trout Fishery in Cornwall offers a great challenge for trout anglers wishing to pit their wits against the sizeable Rainbow Trout that are regularly stocked. Popular fly fishing patterns at this venue include different coloured buzzers and traditional dry flies. Fly fishing in Cornwall at Temple Trout Fishery is often popular so booking is […]

Orvis-Innis Trout Fishery

Saturday, June 17th, 2006

Orvis-Innis Trout Fishery in Cornwall is often best first thing in the morning or late in the evening when an abundant hatch can occur at anytime in the season.

Siblyback Reservoir

Wednesday, May 17th, 2006

Siblyback Reservoir in Cornwall offers almost 140 acres for trout fisherman to explore. Buzzer’s, Black Gnat’s, Dark Hopper’s and Diawl Bachs are favourites here.

Tree Meadow Trout Fishery

Friday, March 17th, 2006

Tree Meadow Trout Fishery in Cornwall has a reputation for fishing well all day long, with rises the norm in the early morning and late in to the evening. The popular fishing fly of choice by local Cornish anglers on this water is undoubtedly the Buzzer, which fishes well all year long. In the summer […]

Bake Fishing Lakes

Friday, February 17th, 2006

Bake Fishing Lakes was described by Trout Fisherman magazine as providing ’some entertaining fishing’ and the venue usually lives up to the tag. Dry flies like Sedge, or Daddies and Emerger patterns and Buzzers are often worthy of a try when fly fishing in Cornwall at Bake Fishing Lakes in Cornwall.