Angel of the North Match and Catch Report to Sunday 23rd Sept 07
 

Some great pleasure weights coming out with some good specimen sized species also being caught. Water temperatures dropped sharply from 17.4 deg 2 weeks ago down to 12.8 deg which has made anglers think about methods and feed patterns to get the fish catching.
 
Bassetts mixed coarse
 
This has been very busy this week with coaching both individuals and groups and it has been a great pleasure to see more females of all ages coming into the sport and getting HOOKED with some good numbers of fish being caught. The youngest this week has been Sarah Davenport an 8 yr old from Jarrow who has nagged here Dad (a sea angler) for a year to be able to take up fishing. She caught the best fish in todays group a lovely 4lb common carp as well as silvers and other carp, she is booked for next Saturdays coaching and loved the sport!.
Best Roach caught this week was 1lb 4oz a beauty.
Great pond for windy conditions.
Good tips for hook are worm tails, pellets, hair rigged corn, meat, maggots also cocktail of maggot and caster, with paste also in there.
 
Bowes Carp
 
Some good doubles as well as smaller carp coming out with Jimmy Hagan having an excellent day on peg 40
Paul Wood producing some good carp and most anglers getting to grips with this lake producing well.
Colin Thompson got an excellent common of 14lb in full dark golden winter colours which is possibly a forboding for the winter to come?
Good tips for hook are worm tails, pellets, hair rigged corn, meat, cocktail of maggot and caster, with paste also in there.
 
Lookout mixed course
 
Pleasure anglers are still having some superb catches with silvers, and carp including some exquisite Kois to double figures have been caught,  Weather conditions and Watercraft now needing to be understood as temperatures drop and skills, feed patterns, also choice of methods need to carefully considered to catch well. Still taking Rudd on the drop, tench, roach, ide, perch, carp etc to good individual fish weights  coming out as fish feed up post spawning and getting ready for winter ahead.
Good tips for hook are worm tails, pellets, hair rigged corn, meat, cocktail of maggot and caster, with paste also in there.
Good tips for hook are worm tails, pellets, hair rigged corn, meat, cocktail of maggot and caster, with paste also in there.
 
Matches
 
Sunday 23rd Sept Open Lookout
Ambient temp 18 deg humidity 68% wind SSW 7 mph rising barometer 1009.1 mb moon phase waxing gibbous,  water temp 12.8 deg dropped, PH7.48, DO 6.8,  conductivity -36
 
1st Neil Brown 33lb 7oz peg 1
2nd Dave Redshaw 22lb 3oz peg 4
3rd Peter Wilson 11lb 15oz peg 2
4th Dave Hodgson 11lb 13oz peg 7
5th Anthony Longstaff Angel jnr 10lb 10oz  peg 6
6th Alan Hepple 9lb 8oz peg 14
Well done Neil,
A Weird but tough day on Island for match, yet pleasure anglers having a great day with high yeald catches.
 
Sunday 16th Sept open Lookout
Windy, dull,  and rainy
1st Colin Pine 59lb 7oz, peg 2
2nd Keith West, Langley Park 37lb 11oz peg 3
3rd Chris Owers 28lb 6oz Angel Peg 11
Well done Colin
 
Next Sunday is our Charity Match for the Great North Ambulance draw at 10 am
First place winnings is £250.00
All names need to be in by Friday 9am
Bookings for Breakfast in café by Friday also,  bacon/sausage  sandwiches etc available on day
Raffle tickets for some great prizes are available on the day
Anyone or firm wanting to donate any prizes will be gratefully received.


 

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