Angel of the North Fishing Lakes Catch Report to Oct 8th




Some great catches still coming out even though mixed weather conditions, and slightly cooler water temperature fishing slightly further out on the ledge now.
 
Lookout

Water temperature at 14.7 deg, with all fish species still feeding, Plumbing up to dead depth is essential in cooler water temperatures coupled with smaller hook sizes size 16 for double maggot, or double caster and small grains of sweetcorn, free running small cage feeder working well, fished with ground bait in feeder and maggot on hook. Carp in numbers still on smaller pieces of luncheon meat or sweetcorn.
 
 
Bassetts
 
Balanced tackle and plumbing up to dead depth is essential on this lake, bites are shy and skill is required to develop to catch well on this pond in cooler water temperatures. Great lake for poor weather conditions and very sheltered for windy conditions.
 
Bowes

Pleasure anglers still enjoying great sport, free running small cage feeder working well, as is pole, and float, good numbers of carp being caught with 4lb plus showing well.   
 
November to March day ticket prices now £8.00 for the shorter days,
Match prices are £7.50 ticket plus £7.50 pools with an option of £1.00 golden peg for a 5 hour match from Oct to March.
 
Saturday 7th October Angel Of the North Open Match Results
 
Ambient temp of 13deg, sunny with cloudy spells, wind W17 mph gusting to 35 mph, Barometer 1009.1mb, moon phase FULL, water temp of 14.7deg, PH 7.55, DO9.85 was today’s match setting.
 
1st Alan Brown Shotton AC 69lb 06oz peg 23 Expander & angel feed pellets
 
2nd John foster AON 69lb 02oz peg 1 expander & angel feed pellets
 
3rd Steve Kean SRAC 69lb 01oz peg 38 Maggot hook & feeder  
 
4th Davey Foster Langwith Lakes 68lb 10oz peg 5 expander & angel feed pellet
   
Alan Fished K27 pole, .13 preston powerline 16/14 preston pr21 hook, Milo koi.3 float, AON feed pellets & paste with expander pellet.

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