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After the prolonged period of low flow the rivers finally rose to a good height for fish migration. The higher water coincided with spring tides which peaked at 5.51 metres on 12th September. 

The upstream count for the month up to Wednesday 14th was 1,902, with the highest daily count of 581 on Sunday. 

​River temperatures are falling, the daily mean at Bywell was 14.9C. Lower overnight temperatures have seen a change in counter activity as fish are migrating in the afternoon and early evening

.Fishing has greatly improved, catches have been reported throughout the system, although many fish are coloured having been in the river for some time

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