(Last updated: Wednesday 20th May)
Both the Cree and Bladnoch are sitting at a nice height today. The weather looks to be fairly unsettled throughout the week so expect a few downpours to keep you on your toes this week. It is unseasonably cool at the moment also which is good news for keeping fish on the move. Conditions could dry up by Thursday but it is likely the unsettled weather will return during the weekend.
Both spring rivers (Cree and Bladnoch) catches are now into double figures, with anglers on the Cree reportedly landing around 22 salmon so far this season. Despite good water on Monday, no catches have been
reported to the website. Mochrum Park are said to have lost three springers on Monday - two from the lower Cree (Machermore) and one of around 14lbs from Mochrum Park. However frustrating it can be to lose a
fish, it is very encouraging to hear that fresh fish are building up in the systems.
If you're out fishing the Cree or Bladnoch and have anything to report, please send a message and any photos of your fishing beat and/or catches to email@example.com.
The river rules of the Cree and Bladnoch DSFB's state that all fish must be returned unharmed until the 1st June.