Sunday 4th March 2007 Open Lookout

 

Partly Cloudy, Overnight Frost, Ambient temp 4 rising to 9 deg, humidity 87%, Wind SSE 1mph-calm, then the weather broke and wind rose to 23 mph and the rain gushed down.  Moon phase Full, Barometer 1009.1mb  water temp 5 deg, DO 12.5, PH 7.63

 

1st, Mark  Wilson Shotton Metro Mail 14lb 02oz peg 15 

2nd  Rob Emery Shotton Metro Mail 12lb 2oz peg 2   

3rd, Ray Hughes Shotton Metro Mail 8lb 13oz Peg 11

4th, Dave Walker Shotton Metro Mail 7lb 4oz peg 1 

5th, Derick Fox Newman Scott 4lb 6oz peg 14 

6th David Reaney Shotton Metro Mail 3lb 10oz peg 13

 

Mark used Caster & Sweetcorn on the tip

 

Sunday 4th March 2007 Open Lookout

 

Partly Cloudy, Overnight Frost, Ambient temp 4 rising to 9 deg, humidity 87%, Wind SSE 1mph-calm, then the weather broke and wind rose to 23 mph and the rain gushed down.  Moon phase Full, Barometer 1009.1mb  water temp 5 deg, DO 12.5, PH 7.63

 

1st, Mark  Wilson Shotton Metro Mail 14lb 02oz peg 15 

2nd  Rob Emery Shotton Metro Mail 12lb 2oz peg 2   

3rd, Ray Hughes Shotton Metro Mail 8lb 13oz Peg 11

4th, Dave Walker Shotton Metro Mail 7lb 4oz peg 1 

5th, Derick Fox Newman Scott 4lb 6oz peg 14 

6th David Reaney Shotton Metro Mail 3lb 10oz peg 13

 

Mark used Caster & Sweetcorn on the tip

 

Open Saturday 3rd March 2007

 

Overcast with sunny spells, Ambient temperature 8 deg, Humidity 76%, Wind calm to W 3 mph, barometer 1001.1 mb rising, moon phase Full, water temp 5.00 to 5.3 deg, PH 7.93, DO 12PPM,

With heavy rain and frost on Thursday night, water temperature dropped 1.4 deg this week after creaping up to 6.7 deg by Wednesday..

 

1st           Dave Hudson AON 30lb 12oz 1a

2nd          Colin Pine AON 25lb 15oz peg 1

3rd           Steve Kean AON 19lb 10oz peg 2

4th           Keith West AON 18lb 4oz peg 15

5th           Dave Foster AON 15lb 15oz peg 11

6th           Brian Hall 14lb 01oz peg 14

 

Dave struggled for the first 4 hours then went into the margins using small cubes of luncheon meat on the hook and caught  all fish  in the last hour.

 

Despite rising and falling of water temperatures all lakes have continued to fish to a good standard.

 

Bassetts   was netted on Thursday and in excess of 1000 lb of carp, 200lb of crucians, and 200lb of tench and golden tench were relocated to Lookout lake as part of our continuous management and stocking policy. New stocks were introduced and the smaller fish left in Bassetts so they now have a good space to grow on. New stock & old stock already being caught ie crucians, tench, carp, rudd, roach, ide, golden orfe.

 

Bowes

Carp are moving around the lake and feeding well Colin Pine fishing the waggler on Sunday enjoyed a fish a chuck in the Afternoon on maggot and meat his best carp 7lb, maggot clips working well for larger carp.

 

Lookout

Fishing well with some excellent Bream coming out, Carp starting to show in good numbers

Good bags of Golden Tench and best green tench out 4lb 6oz, (unusual at  this time of year).

Golden Rudd and Rudd up to 1lb in good numbers coming out, Ghost carp to 4 ½  lb in good numbers and Koi Carp to 8lb 8oz on the pole. 

 

For Matches it is important to phone to put names down by phoning.

Coaching starts March 24th onwards.

 

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