The ever decreasing water level has meant the better stamp of trout have been keeping their heads down over the last few days. Despite this there has been still plenty of trout in the 20cm to 25cm range playing the game to give anglers a good days sport. Dromore Angling Club competition on Saturday past was well supported with Warren Campbell top rod, Nigel Greer second and Andrew Sloan third, the competitors reported plenty of fish but again the smaller brethren were more dominant. Local anglers on this system are eagerly looking forward to a good black gnat fall this year, judging by the quality of fish in March there should be some real lumps on the go. This can be the pinnacle of fishing on the Lagan, akin to mayfly hatches on other systems, with some real quality wild trout on the go. Anyone wishing to get the most from the black gnat fishing should contact local guide Brian Russell.