Elinor Fishery April 12th

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    TF_geepster
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    April 4th – 10th

    207 anglers caught 957 fish of which 708 were returned.

    Best Fish
    12lb 3oz David Mackay, Edinburgh, green pea, boat
    11lb 4oz Roly Stanford, Finedon, pink buzzer
    10lb 6oz Steve Eplett, Kettering, black buzzer
    + a further 35 fish over 4lb

    Brown
    4lb 10oz Mr Mortimer

    Best Areas
    Bank – every area of the lake producing fish
    Boat – gravel bar, boat bay, dam, east arm

    Best Patterns
    Black or olive buzzer, bloodworm, damsel, cruncher, black/green lures

    Another decent week, especially for bank anglers. Boats are taking fish but with a still cool water temperature many fish are where the food is, in the margins. I would think the boat buzzer fishing will really switch on sometime within the next week or two.
    When the mainly cold wind drops there are good hatches of small buzzers. Nymphs caught as many fish as lures last week.
    The majority of fish continue to be taken 3 – 5 foot down with only a few rises.

    Next Stocking
    April 13th, 14th

    Sunday April 10th
    24 members of the Flydressers Guild held a friendly bank match and caught 75 fish.
    Top teams of three:
    1. Charles Jardine etc 17 fish
    2. Wiltshire 17 fish
    3. Chris Reeves etc 15 fish
    Top individual
    Les Cooke 12 fish
    Biggest fish
    Henryk Pycz 4lb 10oz

    The Final of the Iain Barr/Airflo Bankmasters is this Sunday April 17th where the winner will walk away with £2000.
    A couple more marshalls are required to sign scorecards. Please let me know if you can come (lunch and a selection of Iain Barr buzzers provided!)
    No bank space available for pleasure anglers on this day but boats available as normal.

    Tommy Wood Memorial Buzzer Match.
    Sunday May 15th
    A roving bank competition open to everyone. Floating line and buzzer immitations only may be used.
    9am – 4pm Free entry
    All proceeds from the raffle go to Sue Ryder, Peterborough.

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