Mar 21st. As of this date, still no first fish caught. Due to the temperature rise the Coquet levels are increasing due
to snow melt.
March 5th. The Coquet is rising hard and fairly coloured at Morwick and Warkworth due to rain and snow
melt. Not much change in heights upstream of Pauperhaugh.
there is still alot of snow lying at Rothbury and up the Coquet valley. Hope
for a gradual thaw over the coming week.
Feb24th. After a week of almost perfect water the first fish has not been caught. Hard
frosts and snow forecast for the coming week.
. Coquet was in perfect condition over the weekend but no fresh fish caught.
Heavy over night rain and snow melt have pushed the levels well up this evening.
See what tomorrow brings but possibly be to high and
coloured, more rain forecast for tomorrow.
Feb 1st. There was a good turn out of Anglers at Coquet Lodge this morning.
Coquet was in good order one Brown Trout caught but unfortunatley no Salmon.
Thanks go to Johnny at Coquet lodge for allowing us to
park in the field to access White posts etc.
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