Name: Latchford Fly Fishers.
Total Membership: 40 full rods. (10 on River)
Methods: SINGLE Fly Only.
Fish in lake: Mainly Rainbow Trout + a few Brown Trout.
Fish in River: Brown Trout & Grayling
Season: All year round
Stockings: Regularly through the season.
Tackle: Most people use a 7-9' rod, AFTM 5-7, with a floating line, In the early season an interemediate or slow sinking with a buoyant fly can also be used. A
good long handled net is essential and makes the releasing of fish that much easier. The River is tiny and here brook rods in the 5-6' class are best (AFTM 2-4) and of course full
Flies: They all work ! Buzzers as it warms up, Lures when it is cold and nymphs all the time. We are not fishing for stockies, we only stock 4 or 5 times a year
and we have a good head of resident fish in the lake and they can be clever ! As the water warms action will move to the surface and a variety of small dry flies will be useful.