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M20 Kent - Queuing traffic on M20 westbound between J9, A20 Ashford and J8, Leeds Castle, because of all traffic being temporarily held and an accident involving lorry. There is plenty of wildlife activity at the reservoir and spring flowers and foliage will shortly be seen. The wood burning stove in the clubhouse is in good use with facilities for hot drinks available.

So plan on fishing on opening day and call the Bailiff to book a boat. A reminder to all shareholders that our AGM is on Sunday 4 March at Three Oaks Village Hall commencing at so put that in your diary as well and come and tell us that you were the angler that caught the first fish of the season! Our Bailiff insists that there are still plenty of trout in the reservoir but for some unknown reason they are not willing to currently feed on our flies.

He has researched some other fisheries in the southeast and they are experiencing the same difficulties in catching. However our members and visitors have had some success as some small trout averaging around one and a half pounds were caught as was a solitary brown trout which was of course returned to the water. All were caught on nymphs.

There was one larger fish caught by John Noble of two pounds four ounces on a Diawl Bach and so he is nominated as our Fisherman of the month.

The working party for 23 November had to be postponed due to bad weather and was reconvened the following week on 28 November when we experienced a sunny day. The cut outs and bank areas were trimmed with all dangerous branches removed as well as the scrub over the ground.

The result is cut outs back to original size at the water with no branches behind to catch your back cast and a wider angle at the water to cast from into deep water. Also thanks to Don Burt and Paul Strevens who made up their own working party! The Directors and Secretary would also like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Very Happy Christmas and New Year and look forward to seeing you at the lake for another great fishing year in ! As well as a distinct lack of Daddies to attract the trout anglers were using nymphs and buzzers with some success.

We had a delivery of fish during the first week of the month and very few have been caught so far, so we hope for a few sunny days to stimulate a hatch and for the fish to resume their feeding.

Vic Partridge is adamant that there are plenty of fish in Powdermill waiting to be caught but it will be challenging to search them out and tempt them to take your fly. Boats are readily available for you to explore the water and try some exotic wet fly in the depths and perhaps hook a new heaviest fish of the year currently standing at 5lb 9oz caught in May. There will be a work party on Thursday 23 November to tidy the cut-outs and reduce the growth of encroaching trees.

This will reduce the chances of back casts catching in them. All you need to bring is a lopper and pruning saw and perhaps cake for when we have finished and adjourn to the clubhouse.

We plan to start at so if you can help please liaise with Tim Stacey on Powdermill Lodge is now occupied by the Bailiff and we wish him well in his new home. October Newsletter Good news, the air and water temperature at Powdermill continues to fall resulting in some new fishing activity. The last week in September saw rainbow caught from the bank by club members using nymphs with some multiple catches.

Our Fisherman of the month for September is John Noble with his catch of three fish the largest at 1lb 10 oz. Flies are now proving attractive to the fish with Daddies and Hoppers. Vic Partridge had success with a Hopper earlier this week. The advance weather forecast continues to show a lowering of the air temperature with some more rain forecast. This will continue to stir the fish to come up to the surface for feeding.

Restocking will now resume and the first of our postponed deliveries will arrive this week with more planned for this month. As a member told me yesterday we should have an entertaining winter season. So let us all get down to Powdermill this month to take advantage of the good fishing weather and book a boat to explore and find those rainbow trout. Edward Ted Stevenson The Directors and members are very sorry to learn of the death of one of our longest serving members, Edward Ted Stevenson, on 12th September Although Ted had resigned from the Club 3 years ago, due to his continuing ill health, he had still been able to visit the lake and Club House, on occasion, up to about a year ago.

During the time Ted had been a club member he had contributed a great deal of his time and enthusiasm in helping to run the Club. He was a Director for many years and, when he was in good health, he was always the first to organise and help with annual bank clearing and other manual work. He will also be remembered by many for his interest and pursuit of snakes around the lake and could often be seen over on the far bank, with his long forked stick, having discovered a snake asleep in the sun.

After her death some years ago, Ted donated a seat to the club in her name and when he was still able to get along the dam, he loved to sit there reminiscing. He was a kind and generous man and it is sad to know we shall not see him up at the lake again, but he had many enjoyable years at the Club, and made many friends, and made a generous contribution with his time. We send our condolences to his daughter Jane and family.

Fishing all set to improve! Due to the water temperature at Powdermill currently 22 degrees the fishing has unfortunately been poor! In fact it looks like the fish of the month for August will go to the ONLY fish caught in the month by a rather embarrassed John Noble. Vic reckons the temperature needs to go down to around 17 degrees before things improve.

The good news is that we have a number of stockings owed to us by our suppliers that we have been able to defer until September and October when hopefully we should see some sport. This happened last year and a lot of fish were caught in October, November and early December. I fact I recall Bob Sanger catching a 5lb rainbow from the dam in the late autumn.

Lets hope we can finish the season on a high note! Catching activity dropped off with the increased air and water temperature and the lower water level. The exotically named flies did not appear to tempt the trout in July but Damsels and Hoppers and Diawl Bach were evident and a few anglers caught their maximum.

The largest fish was a 3lb 1 oz. Rainbow caught on a Hares ear by a visitor to Powdermill. He or she cannot be identified as their name was illegible in the catch book. But special mention must go to Dick Telford who put down his camera and in a special effort to catch a single rainbow managed to hook 16 Rudd. Looking through the catch book for this momentous event appears to be possibly the highest number of fish ever caught at Powdermill at one time by a single angler!

This leaves him with the unenviable task of beating 17 by the end of this season. So the Fisherman of the month for July is shared between R. Medding with a 2lb 9oz Rainbow caught on a Damsel and Dick Telford who is keeping his fly a secret. The attached photo shows the latest but the interior curtains may be changed!

The winds were variable so there were some good catches from the banks and all boat fishers had success. But many fish were also being caught using Buzzers and Nymphs tied on small hooks on long leaders. This variation in diet for the trout was used by several anglers from the dam on pegs close to the club house. Many visiting anglers continued to take out a boat so they explored all the water. At the beginning of the month they had good catches as the mayflies were the preferred fly. There were few large fish caught but Keith Blundell landed a Rainbow of 3lb 4oz and there were a few anglers who caught their maximum with fish around 2lb.

This is his second nomination and he still does not get a silver cup so we will wait and see at the end of the season what his reward may be. The Club annual members competition was a well-attended event with 22 fish caught and congratulations to the winning member Derek Coles. The competition was followed by a BBQ with over 60 members and family and friends attending. Thank you to everyone who made the day so enjoyable.

Starring members John Walters, Bob Sanger as the Anglers and Vic Partridge as The Bailiff and featuring the current resident Hobby catching a mayfly; with some great photography of the flora and fauna and historical details of the reservoir.

We hope you all enjoy it. Building works contine at a pace The building work and construction of the two new buildings is now continuing at a fast pace with the arrival of a cottage for the Bailiff Vic Partridge.

Described in estate agent terms as a two bedroomed wooden cabin with fitted kitchen, full bathroom and lounge with outside terrace and private parking. Situated in a secluded wooded area with stunning views of the reservoir with its unrivalled wildlife and hard fighting trout.

Also home to the famous wooden reindeer shown in the photograph. The building is now being connected to the main utilities and the exterior wood is being prepared for painting and the terrace will then be attached. The ground work for the second similar cottage for visitors has been completed and will be delivered very shortly. A very positive article and a great picture of an unnamed very well dressed angler in boat number one with an electric drive about to land his catch.

But who is this angler? Is he a member or a visitor? If anyone knows him please let us know. Newsflash 7th June Click on the picture for more images Martyn Brignall was fishing last Friday at the annual Hobbs Parker day and his wife Susan was there with her trusty camera to record the event.

This coincided with the start of work on the foundations for the new lodges. June Newsletter Click on the picture for more images The Mayfly season arrived with some great catches and some difficult weather.

On 26 April we had snow at Powdermills but our Bailiff Vic Partridge with Don Burt were already out boat fishing with Mayfly, caught their maximum and returned apparently looking like two cold snow covered abominable snowmen. However it was a visitor Mr R Denney who caught a 5lb 9oz Rainbow on 4 May using a Mayfly and he can be seen with his fish on a previous latest news page.

For the rest of us we were spared the snow yet had to share the strong North East winds which made fishing from the dam awkward and boat handling tiring if you had to row. Yet in-spite of the changing conditions over fish were caught. So May has been a good month for fishing and the numbers of visitors is increasing with in May with many using the boats. The fishing statistics page has now been updated so you can see the latest details of catches and visitors and largest fish and fly details.

There was keen competition for the Fisherman of the month with special mention of two members for their strange sounding exotic fly, Phil Streeter for using a Baby Doll and John Thackray for an outrageous Orange Fritz. Will these make the fly of the year pages? Work has commenced on construction of the site of the new three lodges adjacent to the club house. Some trees have been felled and ground work was very much in evidence this week.

More photographs will appear as work progresses. Did this have any effect on the hardy souls already out on the water? Not at all - they were all having an incredible time catching our hard fighting rainbows!

The anglers are not the only ones benefiting from the mayfly hatch. It has been possible to see up to eight Hobbys at a time picking up the mayfly in their claws whilst in flight and transferring them to their beaks. These dashing little members of the falcon family are always a joy to see at this time of the year. Dick Telford kindly sent in some of his excellent photographs.

He also remarked on how well his new Snowbee waterproofs coped with the deluge. May Newsletter Apologies for delay John Varley sent it to Chris and he only just remembered to post it up! The good start to the season continued in April with many six fish limits being attained by both club members and particularly by visitors. There were no monster fish caught with most fish at just over 2 lbs 2 oz. Nymphs and buzzers were again the popular choice of flies for most fishermen with dry flies in evidence at the end of the month.

There were good catches from the dam as the winds were more often favourable and not from the north or north east blowing into your face.

Boats were being used by our visitors who were all catching their limit. This is a reminder to book a boat in advance of your visit as with the Mayfly season now starting they will be at a premium. The last piece of the boat dock is still afloat and attached to the dock so the expense and time of the work party was well spent. There are some extra photos in the club house of the antics of the work party which will not be seen on the website.

They fish in the morning but by 1. They are always very hospitable to passing anglers with their copious supply of wines and aperitifs. They had a great time and by late afternoon they had all appeared to have bagged up despite some boat control issues occasioned partly by the vicious north east wind.

When I arrived yesterday afternoon I was fortunate to take the last boat on the jetty so I would strongly recommend any intending to visit to phone our bailiff Vic Partridge on best between 9. Comments from a happy visitor: I can't thank the club enough for an enjoyable day and for allowing guests to fish your fabulous water. My Father and I had a tremendous day. What Vic and the club do to keep the fishery in the wonderful condition it is is remarkable: The quality of fish stocked are superb and I very much look forward to returning again soon.

A glance at the catch book shows numerous bags of 6 fish have been taken on dry fly. Only yesterday a visitor landed a beauty of 5lb 9oz on a dry. To everyones amusement who should be out in a boat but our bailiff Vic Partridge and member Don Burt who was desperately trying to catch the last of his six fish. According to reports they looked like a pair of snowmen abominable?

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