Yeah right the trout season ends on Sunday, what was I thinkin!! Maybe I was thinking rainbow trout waters??? Well in any case, I love being on the kayak with snow falling on the water, and if I don't keep fishing through winter my life will cave in all around me, because of all the other crap going on I need to get out there (okay a bit dramatic - please don't ask questions!!) Anyway, meadowbank, great lake, burbery etc, all places that I don't spend much time at. All nice places to go on a clear winters day no matter if the fish are on or not. And the car heater works fine. I intend fishing just as much over winter than I have done during the season. To Robb, winter bream is a good option, not that I have done much of that. I don't bother fishing in the Derwent, as I like to eat what I catch. Having said that, I think alot of enjoyment can be had bream fishing the Derwent, so I reckon I might have to get into that a bit more.
I made a post recently about a trip to Lake Skinner last weekend. I took some fantastic photo's and I have them on the kodak gallery. If you would like to view them, send me a PM with your email address and I would be happy to share them with you. Believe it or not I took 300 photographs that day, and I have 46 of them in this gallery. It was such a magnificant place. Three of us went there, two fly fishing and me spinning. Only two fish landed, the water was crystal and the fish were spooky - you could see them feeding and cruising. Awesome.
I maybe still keen to fish meadowbank this sunday if anybody takes the lead and makes a decision that there is a trip planned, please let me know.