Incredible hardy angler’s who have caught in harsh winter conditions after a week of sleet, snow, hail, and rain, frosty evenings water temperature dropped but some cracking fish have been caught this week, Ide well over 4lb and ready to spawn, very large perch to 3lb 2oz , chub, a few very large bream over 7lb mark and getting ready to spawn with rough tubercles , some cracking rudd and roach, most silvers caught on maggot, worm, caster, whilst the carp are preferring angel 6mm pellets banded, though the cold water temperatures have shoaled the fish back up tight . You will find the fish in the warmest thermals as bottom is chilled it pays to bring a thermometer to find the warmest layers of water


Sunday 1st May 2016 open Lookout

Conditions:- cold overnight then rain,then overcast, ambient temp rose to 10 deg, barometer 1019mb, wind SSW14mph, Water temp 4.1 to 4.4 deg,, ph 7.45, DO 8.76, mv-38

1st Lee Slater 56lb2oz peg 2 38lb silvers, rest carp all fish on pellet.

2nd John Nelson 39lb peg 16aa
3rd Martin Atkin 37lb 9oz peg 30


Wed 27th April 2016 open Bowes hail, snow, sleet!

Conditions:- Heavy snow, sleet, hail stones for past 48 hours including through match, ambient temp 4 deg, barometer 1013mb, wind NW11 mph, water temp dropped to 4 deg, DO 9.25, PH 7.55, mv-49

1st John Dryden peg 24 51lb 2oz 6mm angel pellet banded
2nd Rob Emery 29lb 15oz peg 22
3rd Karl Hallam 29lb 15oz peg 2


Colin Pine memorial match bank holiday Monday 30th May 


Wed Bowes and Sunday Lookout matches draw 9am 


Please phone to put names down 01914100449


Ann Adlington


Ann & Arthur Adlington Ltd

Tele/Fax :  0191 4100449
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