With the temperatures dropping and some heavy rain the fishing at Innis is beginning to improve again. Innis and Carbis lakes have been fishing fairly well but Sterrick our catch & release has proved difficult through recent weeks with low water levels. Sterrick Lake has now had an additive to combat the weed growth similar to other fisheries. This does have no harm to the resident wildlife or fish and is soley added to reduce the light to the weed to inhibit growth. The only tell tale sign is a kind of Carribean blue tinge to the water, clarity, fish and natural food are all there...just little weed so ideal for fishing.
One of the official qualifiying heats for the National Flyfishing Bank Championships will take place at Innis early November 2018. The actual date has been decided and willtake place on Sunday 4th November..to enter click on the link below;
A very proud Dave Daniels landed his personal best a year ago, a 6lb 2oz rainbow on an olive damsel from Innis lake, doesn't time fly.
Don't forget Innis Flyfishery offers the use of a boat hire facility upon two of the lakes, Sterrick and Carbis. For a low cost half day £10 or full day £15 you could probably reach the parts that other bankside anglers cant reach. For more information check our Boat Hire page.
The fishery would like to recommend Knightor Winery & Restaurant which is just up the hill from the fishery for anyone wishing to stay close by. With fine wine and dining at hand, excellent accommodation and the fishery just a short trip away, what more do you need for an excuse to have a break.