Hence dries, buzzers
and emergers did very well - of course there were the exceptions with damsel nymphs and bunny leeches also catching.
Robin Vale reached the 10 fish catch and release limit using buzzers
and egg flies and Phil Lowe also recorded a limit when he used buzzers
and cat's whiskers while it was a damsel nymph that was responsible for the 10 returned by John Burton.
Evening rises proved interesting with dries taking fish as well as buzzers
. M Proudfoot caught 19 and 13 on his two visits.
Derwent Reservoir: Bibio, Black Buzzer
, Olive Nymph, Daddy, Black Fritz, Hoppers, Muddlers Fontburn: Cat's Whisker, Dawson's Olive (Hot Tail), White Muddler.
She said: "The buzzer
was being pressed between 4.30am and 5.30am last Wednesday.
The opposite problem is also encountered: students who are so engaged in the game that they get "trigger happy" with the buzzer
, activating it whether or not they knew the answer.
The normal thing to do with Shipman's buzzers
is to fish them on a floating line, the buzzers
No response on any buzzer
until an old woman in black came and looked balefully over the plastic flowers on her balcony.
Steve Prince used the treble combination of buzzers
, drys and diawl bachs to net his haul and J Abel used the intriguingly-named spam fly for his session.
Ken Bowring reached the limit on two visits using a black buzzer
and a buzzer
worked for Shaun Cotterell with eight and six rainbows on his two visits.
D Hopper took 14 on Buzzers
while C Stoddart brought 12 to the boat on Green Pea, Hare's Ear and Black Spider.
FLY BOX Chatton: Buzzers
, nymphs, diawl bachs, bloodworms, black and green lures.
However anglers fishing Buzzers
have discovered that sometimes fish will take Black and sometimes Olive, so the advice is to switch colour if you are not catching.
Rugby's Rob Appleton of Rugby went all the way with rainbows, landing the day's best limit for 20lb 2oz, all taken on floating line and black epoxy buzzers
from the south end of the dam.
That includes the first major hatches of chironomids, more commonly known as midges, or buzzers