Packington Somers April 16th, 2018

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    PACKINGTON SOMERS FISHERY
    Telephone: 01676 523833
    FISHING AND MATCH REPORT – WEEK ENDING 15/4/18

    MATCH RESULTS

    STARLETS VETS (GEARYS/LITTLE GEARYS/GRATUITIES)
    1. Paul Deeming (Packington) 71 -14 Peg 3 LITTLE GEARYS
    F1s on Pole & Maggot
    2. Mick Gibbs (Chiltern Baits) 70 – 2
    3. Burt McGann (Packington) 50 – 2
    4. Dave Longford (Ridgemere) 46 – 9

    SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE (MOLANDS)
    1. Lee Richards (Packington) 87 -14 Peg 25
    Carp & F1s on Pole & Pellet
    2. Pete Heaven (Greyhound AC) 83 – 6
    3. Darren Whittaker (Packington) 72 – 0
    4. Mark Blackburn (Smithys) 68 – 0

    ST GEORGE’S AC (SIBLINGS B)
    1. Chris Phillips 43 -12 Peg 17
    F1s on Pole & Worm
    2. Pete Wallbank 34 – 0
    3. T Grishold 32 – 0

    PACKINGTON VETS (MOLANDS & WILLOW)
    1. Ray Quiney (Packington) 35 – 4 Peg 5 WILLOW
    Carp on Pole & Corn
    2. John Underhill (Packington) 30 – 2
    3. Burt Mcgann (Packington) 29 -14
    3. Dave Curzuer (Packington) 28 – 7

    SATURDAY OPEN (MOLANDS)
    1. Burt McGann (Packington) 112 -12 Peg 60
    Carp & F1s on Pole & Pellet
    2. Trevor Hougham (Packington) 62 -13
    3. Graham Beckwith (Packington) 57 – 9
    4. L Grimmett (Packington) 36 -14

    SMITHYS ANGLING CENTRE SPRING LEAGUE
    (MOLANDS)
    1. Scott Smith 90 -10 Peg 4
    Carp & F1s on Pole & Maggot
    2. Mark Blackburn 73 – 9
    3. Terry James 60 – 0
    4. Chris Newton 58 -13

    SUNDAY OPEN (GEARYS)
    1. Scott Poynton (RIVE) 78 – 7 Peg 23
    Carp on Pole & Corn
    2. Darren Mills (Packington) 68 – 2
    3. Gerry Foley (Packington) 64 – 7
    4. Shaun Little (Matrix) 53 – 9

    REPORT

    MOLANDS The fishing improved as the weather got warmer with the carp showing in bigger numbers along with some big F1s. Weights in matches to over 100lb were caught last week with many good back up weights too. The top tactics have been to fish the pole at 13 metres with pellet or maggot or down the margins with maggot or corn. There were some nice carp caught off the top at the weekend with fish to 15lb coming to floating dog biscuit. Best pegs have been 1 – 4, 10, 25 – 29. 43 – 46 and 52 – 60.

    GEARYS The warm weather has got the carp moving and weights have gone up this week. Carp to 18lb have featured in catches with plenty around the 6 – 10lb mark coming out. The top tactics for carp is a method/hybrid feeder with a wafter or big pellet on the hook. Good sport can be had fishing the pole with banded hard pellet, expander or maggot with plenty of skimmers, stockies (carp) and crucians coming to this. Best pegs have been 6, 10 – 13, 18 – 23 and 31 – 35.

    LITTLE GEARYS In good form with lots of F1s showing on all areas and nets to over 100lb were caught last weed. Pole and pellet/maggot at 13 metres, either on the deck or shallow has worked well. Fishing down the margins with pellet, maggot or corn is also producing some big nets, particularly later in the day. Most pegs are fishing well but the hot ones have been where the wind has been pushing into and last week 15 – 23 was the productive area.

    GRATUTIES The carp were on the top with the warmer weather and some decent catches were taken on pellet waggler and floating baits. Carp to double figures have fallen to these with plenty in the 4 – 6lb range coming out. Pole and caster is also producing good mixed nets of crucians, skimmers, tench and smaller carp.

    ANNIVERSARIES The top end of the pool from pegs 1 – 6 and 21 – 23 has been the most consistent producing nets of F1s and stockies to pellet or maggot on the pole. Anglers have found that fishing into the open water has been best rather than high up to the islands.

    WILLOW The bigger carp have been showing close in down the edges with corn or worm the best but paste also starting to catch a few. Pellet wager or a small method/pellet feeder to the island is also worth a try for carp and F1s.

    SIBLINGS A Pleasure anglers have enjoyed really good sport with lots of carp, F1s, ide and skimmers coming out. Pole fished pellet, maggot, corn or worm are all working well fished down the middle or close in down the margins.

    SIBLINGS B In really great form with anglers reporting 100lb+ bags of F1s. Pole and pellet, corn or worm have worked best fishing down the middle. All pegs are producing but 7 – 11 have been the hot pegs.

    FORTHCOMING MATCHES

    SATURDAY 21st APRIL – OPEN MATCH – MOLANDS
    Draw 9am, fish 10.30am to 3.30pm

    SUNDAY 22nd APRIL – OPEN MATCH – SIBLINGS A & B
    Draw 9am, fish 10.30am to 3.30pm

    EVERY WEDNESDAY – SOLIHULL ANGLING OPEN
    THE DRAW WILL BE AT 1pm, FISH 2.15pm to 7.15pm

    SEASON TICKETS

    SEASON TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE LODGE.
    FULL TICKETS ARE £180.00 AND CONCESSIONARY TICKETS ARE £160.00.

    DAY TICKET OFFER

    TO CLAIM A 50% DISCOUNT OFF A DAY TICKET PLEASE EMAIL [email protected] FOR A VOUCHER.

    OPENING AND CLOSING

    THE FISHERY NOW OPENS AT 7am AND CLOSES AT 8.30pm.

    LOYALTY SCHEME

    FISH SIX TIMES AND GET A TICKET FREE.

    MATCH BOOKINGS

    MATCH BOOKINGS ARE NOW BEING TAKEN FOR 2019.

    Contact the lodge on 01676 523833 for further details or check out our website on
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