Sailing Club Lake
Some very good reports coming off the sailing lake this past week, with bags of Bream and Tench to over 50lb being reported. Stand out swims have been 3-8 on the point with waggler tactics taking Bream to 5lb, Tench to 4lb and quality Hybrids.

Malcolm Williams of Leicester fished peg 5 using corn over pellet at 12m to take 51lb of Bream and Tench while Scott Johns of Nottingham opted for the top end of the lake with results the same taking quality Bream to 6lb and Tench to 3lb as well as hybrids and bits for 49lb 12oz, Scott fished groundbait feeder at 40 yards in conjunction with corn and maggot.
Plenty of Pike also showing with fish to 14lb being caught by lure anglers wondering the lake.
Boys Lake
Some fabulous Tench fishing to be had on the boys pit with specimens to 7lb, Fishery boss Chay Jackson took 7 Tench to 6lb and Bream to 4lb and some quality Roach to over 1lb, Chay used waggler tactics and fished next to a bed of weed for the catch, chopped worm and caster fished over hemp and pellet was the winning bait.
Steve Botrill and Carl Nailer of Newark both fished pole using pellet and hemp for a cracking catch of Tench, the pair took 24 Tench between them to 6lb 8oz.
Open Matches
We have got some open matches coming up with cash pot prizes. The opens are 0800 draw with fishing from 0900-1500. The entry fee is £12.00, £8 of which will go straight into the prize fund. To book your place call fishery manager Chay Jackson on 07826 632854.
Dates:
6 August
13th August
20th August
Free coaching morning
Free angling taster sessions will be held by the sailing club building on 13th August 0800-1300. Coaching will be provided by ADB (Angling Development Board) and PAA (Professional Anglers association) Coaches. All kids taking part will receive a free goody bag and certificate and refreshments will be provided free! To register your interest call Chay Jackson on 07826 632854.

share this Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestShare on LinkedInEmail this to someone