POOL REPORTS FOR THE WEEK ENDING 20th January 2013

With the bad weather and snow moving in the fish are still feeding with pleasure anglers reporting excellent catches including f1’s, common carp, mirrors, barbel, roach and skimmers.

Top Pool
Pellet to the islands at 6m and down the edges for f1’s, ide, roach & skimmers.Maggot shallow through slop and on the deck has been producing large bags of silvers.

Bottom Pool
Pellet at 6m to 8m has been producing f1’s and silverfish.Chopped worm is now tempting the larger stamp of perch and bream.

House Pool
Method feeder to the island using dead red maggot in a Bagem XPD ground bait has been tempting large mirrors and commons up to 8lbs.Pellet at 6m or 8m down on the deck for mixed bags of f1’s, bream, roach and carp.Maggot @12-8 m shallow and down the edges has been producing large bags including mirrors and common carp.

Extension pool
Pellet at 10m and 16m towards the island is producing good bags of f1’s, roach and perch.  Pellet or maggot through a dark ground bait down the inner margins has been producing good bags of f1’s, roach and skimmers. 

New Pool
Red maggot @ 6m has been producing large bags of f1’s roach & skimmers.Pellet through ground bait slop and micro pellet at 4-6m has seen large bags of f1’s & mirrors being caught by both match and pleasure anglers.

Canal Pool
In general pellet and maggot are the best baits at 6-8m and across to the island.Mirrors and Commons are feeding and pleasure anglers are reporting f1’s up to 3lbGood bags of silvers are being caught.

Club Pool Maggot and pellet through groundbait slop at 6-8m has been producing good bags of f1’s with some nice mirrors and commons. Pleasure anglers have had good bags fishing pellet and maggot of large bream, roach and f1’s at 6m. 

Jenny’s Pool
Pellet or maggot to the island or at 6-8m down the track has been producing good bags of f1’s, silvers and mirrors.The fish have moved into the inner margins where maggot has been working well with good bags of f1’s & stockies being caught.

High Pool
Pellet over feed pellet with constant feeding at 4m out on the shelf is producing good bags of stockies from 6oz to 2.5lb.Maggot at 4-6m has been producing good bags of stockies, f1’s and mirrors and commons.

Worm and caster must be ordered by Monday if required for the weekend matches.

RESULTS FOR OPEN CONTESTS WEEKS ENDING 20th January December 2013

Date: Monday 14th January 2013
Pools: Bottom Pool
No F/man: 18

1st Dave Chapman White Heart Coventry 59 – 1 14
2nd B Edwards Youngs TBF 26 – 9 12
3rd Charlie Mcgurin Fosters 25 – 7 27
4th A Grimes Tunnel Barn Farm 23 – 12 32
5th S Birch Northfield 22 – 1 18
6TH A Wetton Tunnel Barn Farm 21 – 15 25

Date: Tuesday 15th January 2013
OVER 50’s CLUB        Pools: Club Pool
No F/Man: 18

1st M Hodgkins Tunnel Barn Farm 46 – 3 17
2nd A Darling TBF Vets 39 – 3 2
3rd Jim Davenport TBF Vets 35 – 12 8
4th Ken Turner Barford AA 34 – 12 23
5th Dave Chapman White Heart Coventry 30 – 11 15
6TH Tony Mcguire TBF Vets 23 – 0 20

Date: Thursday 17th January 2013
TBF VETS MATCH
Pools: Extension Pools
No F/Man: 22

1st A Robinson TBF Vets 26 – 7 25
2nd Dave Chapman TBF Vets 23 –12 7
3rd Tony Mcguire TBF Vets 21 – 4 29
3rd Chris Haile TBF Vets 21 – 4 21
5th Jim davenport TBF Vets 18 – 2 17
6TH A Gibb TBF Vets 16 – 9 2

Date: Saturday 19th January 2013 Pools: Top Pool
No F/Man: 17

1st Adam Wakelin Preston Innovations 49 – 10 8
2nd Rob Kite Marston Green 48 – 11 31
3rd Rodney Rhodes Martson Green 46 – 7 29
4th Ed Warren Preston Innovations 46 – 4 33
5th Jon Arthur Match Fishing 40 – 14 26
6TH A Ainsworth Mid City 38 – 4 5
7th Pete Rice Bagem Baits 38 – 2 11
8TH Wayne Ainsworth Mid City 37 – 14 14

Date: Sunday 20th January 2013
Pools: Top Pool
No F/Man: 18

1st Pete Rice Bagem Baits 40 – 14 11
2nd Les Wetton Tunnel Barn Farm 36 – 7 1
3rd Bob Conway Lichfield 36 – 3 26
4th Pete Caton Banbury Gunsmiths 34 – 12 23
5th Jason Brown Maver Mids 34 – 7 31
6th A Jackson Mosella 33 – 15 29
7th Tony Sheppard Banbury Gunsmiths 31 – 3 15
8th Dan Varney Banbury Gunsmiths 28 – 4 5

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