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Lockwood Beck Flies?

Discussion in 'North East Fresh Water Fishing' started by ryanfish, Jul 13, 2008.

  1. ryanfish

    ryanfish Ry Vasey

    hi guys,

    going to lockwood beck next saturday and was wondering which flies are best to use,
    just started fly fishing a few months ago and now want a decent trout on the fly.


    thanks Ryan
     
  2. SALMO

    SALMO Blenny

    Hi there ryan,Good flies for lockwood would be :-
    DRY - black emergers with cdc,black or dark brown hoppers,adams,or small shipmans.
    LURES - cats whiskers,zonkers,damsels.
    I would also go with black buzzers,bloodworm and diawl backs fished with the floating line / inter' line.Just keep changing the time you let them sink down and a very slowly retreival untill you start getting fish.
    You can ask at the lodge at lockwood what flies have been catching,and i think they sell flies there,just purchase a few there.
    Good luck m8.
     
  3. go go gadget

    go go gadget New Member

    They sell a wide range of flies up lockwood.

    2salmo has already pointed out the best flies for lockwood and its just a matter of changing flies until you find the fly/ depth that the fish are feeding at.

    I was up a few weeks ago and i did well on a black nomad although all the nomads work very well. I will be up again tommorow so ill report back on that.

    The flies that i have done best on are

    1.Klinkhamers in grey and brown ( size 12 - 16)Left static or slowly figured of 8 back
    2.Nomads, Black and dawsons (size 10) Fish them quite fast
    3.cats whisker and dawsons olive, fished fast or fished 3 feet under an indicator and left static
    4. Small cdc shipmans in olive, red or black. Slowly figure of 8 back
    5.Hoppers in size 10 - 16, black or red. Leave static or cast at rising trout
    6. Montana's, ptns and daiwl bachs. Fished slowly
    7. buzzers, various colours. Fish slowly or use an indicator and just let them drift in the breeze, keeping intouch with the line.

    All the people up there are happy to help and will suggest more flies for you to use

    Good luck ryan and i hope this helps you

    cheers

    Dan
     
  4. mww

    mww Rockling

    Not fished Lockwood for a couple of years, but would agree with the above - only thing I'd add would be something in case there are some sedge's coming off - deer hair sedges/ stimulators worked for me stripped across the surface in the late evenings, but I think it was maybe a bit later in the year than this....

    Cheers

    Mart
     
  5. go go gadget

    go go gadget New Member

    Sedges work well up there mart, but like you said its still a bit early for them. Nothing better than a warm October night when some sedges are coming off and fish are chasing them :happy:

    good stuff
     
  6. bucko

    bucko Guest

    Daddy Long Legs could be worth having as well- especially with all the damp weather we've had.
     
  7. Davo

    Davo Rockling

    Ant flies work well at Lockwood
     
  8. mww

    mww Rockling

    Aye GGG, think it was August the year I fished it a few times, I could call in on my way home from Teesside to Scarborough - was the really hot summer (remember those!! :happy:) probably 2006? - was really only worth fishing the last hour before dark unless you were in a boat. Great sport for "the" hour, though, like turning a switch on!! Loads of chases & follows, probably half a dozen of those for every actual hook-up....

    Mart
     
  9. SALMO

    SALMO Blenny

    How did you get on ryan,Do any good m8.
     
  10. ryanfish

    ryanfish Ry Vasey

    i actully went to scailing dam because ma m8s didnt want to go to lockwood so no i didnt catch anything but we caught ten rainbows on two permits and my m8 lost a 3 - 4 pound Brownie.

    thanks Ryan
     
  11. go go gadget

    go go gadget New Member

    Cheers for the report ry. Were off up scaling tommorow.
     
  12. go go gadget

    go go gadget New Member

    had 8 up scaling today, my first limit up there. mate had 5 and lost a biggie. I lost a couple of small ones
     
  13. ryanfish

    ryanfish Ry Vasey

    were you fishing at the whitby end or near the shop .
    im going again on saturday for the day.

    thanks Ry
     
  14. Davo

    Davo Rockling

    Well done Dan, your'e having a decent year so far-keep it up.
     
  15. go go gadget

    go go gadget New Member

    we went up near the shop, just before the first bin. Most of the fish were on powerbait lifted around 2 feet off the bottom with a polyball.

    cheers dave, Just hope it runs into the winter sea fishing :yes:
     

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