As the weedbeds are starting to grow, it is clear to see that the fish are sitting just off the weedbeds away from the bank which is making life a little more difficult for our bank anglers. Another perfect example of Northamptonshire countryside, locked up by private land owners. Bright sunshine and little wind presented our anglers with very challenging conditions. Unfortunately, the Washing line method that has done so well for the past few weeks was of no real use today as the fish were sitting quite a bit deeper in the cooler water. Friday was a bit cooler day and although only 2 boats ventured out, they both found feeding fish. Another warm day here at Eyebrook, with the water temperature starting the day at 23 degrees, the outlook for the day was not great, as result we only had a few anglers out. Are the prices for this place or activity, Is this a must-do if you are traveling with a, Is this a romantic place or activity that you would suggest for, Is this a place or activity you would suggest for, Is this a place or activity you would go to on a. Tuesday began with a moderate wind from the south west with good cloud cover and lower temperatures. P Walker had a good day with up a dozen or so fish to the boat on buzzers and Diawl Bach patterns. Hotels near (BHX) Birmingham Intl Airport, Rutland Water Nature Reserve (Anglian Water Bird Watching Centre), East Carlton Country Park: Tickets & Tours, Rockingham Motor Speedway: Tickets & Tours, Historic Gretton Viaduct: Tickets & Tours, RAF Deenethorpe War Memorial: Tickets & Tours, Fermyn Woods Country Park: Tickets & Tours, International Swimming Pool: Tickets & Tours, Steelmen Memorial Statue: Tickets & Tours, St Mary the Virgin Weldon: Tickets & Tours. Mr D Priestly joined us again with a group of friends following on from a bumper day a few weeks ago. Fishery Report: Week Ending: 5th July 2020, A great weeks fishing at the Eyebrook for the time of year with a rod average 5.7. The conditions were going to be challenging for the day ahead, and possibly for the next few days as the weather reports were showing that the temperatures were due to keep rising this week. http://www.flyfisheyebrook.co.uk/about-us/, https://www.flyfishstore.co.uk/shop/eyebrook-daddy-selection/, https://www.flyfishstore.co.uk/shop/category/sale-items/, Eyebrook fishing report week ending 21 June 2020, Eyebrook weekly fishing report 18th Oct 2020, Eyebrook Fishery Report 11th October 2020, Eyebrook Weekly fishery report 13th Sept 2020, Eyebrook weekly report 6th September 2020. Top boat of the day was Eyebrook’s very own dynamic duo Clive Moore and Ian Jobe who managed well in to double figures each and even had time to pop in to sit under the big oak tree to have lunch. We were joined by the Bull Fly fishers for a group day out. More details However, it became very humid but around lunch time which made a few anglers decide to come in for their lunch and get a bit of respite from the humidity and try to cool down. Little wind & bright conditions for most of the day were not the best conditions. Roger Charles was our top trout rod of the day, getting into double figures fishing from the bank by the Chestnut tree with his fish falling to a traffic light cruncher. Then later using a Blakeston Buzzer fished on a washing line in the afternoon. Sunday welcomed back Mark Goodge and the All Abilities Fly Fishers who had an outstanding day with a rod average of 16.09 between the 11 anglers. Following on from a good week on Eyebrook, the week started off with bright sunshine and warm temperatures. Bob Margery caught three fish from the above areas but reported that due to the strong winds, the majority of the fish were just beyond reach from the bank.