Elinor Fishery December 10th

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    TF_geepster
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    December 1st – 7th

    74 anglers caught 340 fish of which 246 were returned.

    Best Fish
    6lb 0oz Pat Flynn, Northampton, montana, boat
    4lb 8oz David Hants, Torquay, goldhead daddy, boat
    4lb 7oz Keith Fairey, Northampton, cats whisker, boat
    4lb 4oz Scott Bowman, Northampton, damsel
    4lb 2oz Brian Crowhurst, Wellingborough, red apps, boat

    Brown
    4lb 7oz Mark Brittern, Brington, montana

    Best Areas
    Bank – dam, brookside, boat bay, gravel bar
    Boat – anchored off dam, gravel bar

    Best Patterns
    montana, small cats whisker, red apps, black buzzer, black diawl bach.

    An excellent rod average with the new stock fish livening up the residents. Water clarity very good now with anglers catching on small buzzers as well as lures. Generally, on windier days mini lures in black/green or white/green in the top 3 foot are working best although on calmer days smaller imitative patterns are needed with many fish on or near the surface.
    Elinor is open until December 31st although season ticket holders can bank fish throughout January.

    On Tuesday December 2nd Steve Cullen fished at Elinor. The Sky Sports cameras kept a close eye on him. You can see how he got on this Friday December 12th on “Tightlines”, Sky Sports 3 at 7pm.

    Elinor Vouchers
    There is still time to buy your loved one a fishing ticket as a Christmas present. Please email me with your requirements and I will post the vouchers to you immediately.

    Pike Fishing
    There will be a limited number of boats available for pike fishing on the following weekends:
    December 20 & 21
    December 27 & 28
    January 3 & 4
    Lures or sea dead baits only.
    Single angler boat £25.00
    Two angler boat £40.00
    Fishing is 7.30am – 4.30pm
    Bookings by email or phone 01832 720786

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