Saturday 30th January

The fishing has been mixed over the last couple of weeks- a bit like the weather! Overall most fishers have caught their limit and it seems you can catch on any fly at the moment, as long as itís white and green and called a Catís Whisker!! Other flies that have had a look in are Damsel, Montana, Bloodworm and Zonker. There have been some great trout caught over the last couple of weeks too. Two notable catches were David Sutor's 4lb 12oz fish on a (you  guessed it) Cats Whisker, and John Davis who caught a 5lb 10oz trout on a Snake fly.

Both lakes are well stocked at the moment, the fish are active and fighting hard, loving it in the cold water. Most are in the top 3ft so floating and intermediate has been the line of choice. If you havenít already, come and enjoy some wonderful late winter fly fishing- if you catch the weather right it is simply stunning out there right now. Just donít forget that white and green flyÖÖ.

Saturday 30th January

The fishing has been mixed over the last couple of weeks- a bit like the weather! Overall most fishers have caught their limit and it seems you can catch on any fly at the moment, as long as itís white and green and called a Catís Whisker!! Other flies that have had a look in are Damsel, Montana, Bloodworm and Zonker. There have been some great trout caught over the last couple of weeks too. Two notable catches were David Sutor's 4lb 12oz fish on a (you  guessed it) Cats Whisker, and John Davis who caught a 5lb 10oz trout on a Snake fly.

Both lakes are well stocked at the moment, the fish are active and fighting hard, loving it in the cold water. Most are in the top 3ft so floating and intermediate has been the line of choice. If you havenít already, come and enjoy some wonderful late winter fly fishing- if you catch the weather right it is simply stunning out there right now. Just donít forget that white and green flyÖÖ.

 

 

Saturday 30th January

The fishing has been mixed over the last couple of weeks- a bit like the weather! Overall most fishers have caught their limit and it seems you can catch on any fly at the moment, as long as itís white and green and called a Catís Whisker!! Other flies that have had a look in are Damsel, Montana, Bloodworm and Zonker. There have been some great trout caught over the last couple of weeks too. Two notable catches were David Sutor's 4lb 12oz fish on a (you  guessed it) Cats Whisker, and John Davis who caught a 5lb 10oz trout on a Snake fly.

Both lakes are well stocked at the moment, the fish are active and fighting hard, loving it in the cold water. Most are in the top 3ft so floating and intermediate has been the line of choice. If you havenít already, come and enjoy some wonderful late winter fly fishing- if you catch the weather right it is simply stunning out there right now. Just donít forget that white and green flyÖÖ.

Saturday 30th January

The fishing has been mixed over the last couple of weeks- a bit like the weather! Overall most fishers have caught their limit and it seems you can catch on any fly at the moment, as long as itís white and green and called a Catís Whisker!! Other flies that have had a look in are Damsel, Montana, Bloodworm and Zonker. There have been some great trout caught over the last couple of weeks too. Two notable catches were David Sutor's 4lb 12oz fish on a (you  guessed it) Cats Whisker, and John Davis who caught a 5lb 10oz trout on a Snake fly.

Both lakes are well stocked at the moment, the fish are active and fighting hard, loving it in the cold water. Most are in the top 3ft so floating and intermediate has been the line of choice. If you havenít already, come and enjoy some wonderful late winter fly fishing- if you catch the weather right it is simply stunning out there right now. Just donít forget that white and green flyÖÖ.

 

Our little jewel in Worcestershire offers the Fly Fisher a peacefull and tranqil venue. Conservation plays a crucial role; benefits include increasing the entomology of the lakes, hence encouraging and establishing flourishing flora and fauna which inturn attract a diverse and fascinating range of birds and mammals.

We are a small privately owned Trout Fishery: the lakes  were first developed in 1971.  In 1992/3 the two lakes were drained and deepened opening for fishing in 1994.  They are well established and naturalised set amongst forty acres of unspoilt beautiful Worcestershire countryside.

The Lenches Lakes  offer a unnique picturesque  venue for functions such as Corporate Entertainment, Dinners,Lunches,Parties and Weddings

 

We are a certified Caravan Club Site offering five quiet pitches with electric hook ups, water and elsan point.

We welcome Tents and Motorhomes on another area of the estate also with electric hook ups, water and elsan point.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.troutfisheries.co.uk/

 

http://www.caravanclub.co.uk/ 

 

 

 

 



Design by WTGI Find us on PershoreTown.co.uk