Matt Campbell reports that water levels are low in all the rivers in the north east at the moment. Reports have been received that good falls of spent mayfly have produced some good evening fishing on the Rivers Dee and Glyde. Hatches of sedges on the Fane have produced some good late evening fishing. Eamonn Conway also reports that dry fly fishing is good on the Fane using sizes 18 and 20. In a recent outing Eamonn had a nice 17inch wild brown trout with the easterly winds giving a nice upstream breeze.