FISHING & MATCH REPORT  – WEEK ENDING 10/4/11

MATCH RESULTS

WEDNESDAY OPEN                          (MOLANDS)
1.   Lee Richards (Sensas)  70 -10          Peg 60
      Carp on Waggler & Pellet
2.   Chris Harrison (Warwick)  64 -15
3.   Mick Bull (Guru/Shimano/
                        Dynamite Baits)   54 – 1
4.   Phil Hull (Lanes Bait)  52 -13

TALKANGLING WEDNESDAY CLUB (GEARYS)
1.   Rob Swain   47 – 8        Peg 21
      Carp on Pole & Pellet      
2.   Danny Tresinge   30 -12
3.   Tony Jarvis   28 – 5

MAYPOLE AC                                            (GEARYS)
1.  Keith Webb  67 – 0         Peg 18
     Carp on Paste
2.  Ray Taylor   53 -12
3.  Pete Brown   49 – 4

TONY’S TACKLE OPEN                 (LITTLE GEARYS)
1.  D Bloose (Tony’s Tackle)   63 – 4         Peg 21
     F1’s on Pole & Pellet
2.  Les Ayres (Alvechurch)    37 – 7
3.  Dave Smith (Fishing Lodge)     35 – 9
4.  Tony Mustiora (Tony’s Tackle)  31 -11

PACKINGTON VETS                             (MOLANDS)
1.   Harvey Phillips  31 – 6         Peg 19
      Carp on Method Feeder
2.   Billy Hawkes  26 – 5
3.   John Downing  26 – 4
4.   John Smith`  25 – 9

 

SATURDAY OPEN                                   (GEARYS)
1.   Alan Hill (Beaufort AC)     97 -12         Peg 12
      Carp to 10lb on Method & Pellet                   
2.   Dave Duggan (Dams & Locks)     91 – 1
3.   Susie Smith (Kobra)    71 -10
4.   Dave Wood (Lanes Bait)    64-14    

SUNDAY OPEN                                   (MOLANDS)
1.   Lee Richards (Sensas)    93 – 0          Peg 29     
      Carp & Tench on Pellet Feeder & Pellet      
2.   Steve Chester (Mosella)    70 – 8
3.   Max Higgot (Gone Fishing Hinckley)      64 -15
4.   Martin Cluley (Greyhound AC)    50 – 1

ACORN AC                                              (GEARYS)
1.  Alan Kent   55 – 0             Peg 36
     Carp & Skimmers on Method & Pellet
2.  Mark Smith                                        35 – 8    
3.  George Marcelli    35 – 6

BULKINGTON WMC                     (LITTLE GEARYS)
1.  Paul Bucknall   36 – 0         
2.  Dave Porter   32 – 1
3.  D Forcett   25 – 0

                        
REPORT

MOLANDS   Fishing pretty well this week with a variety of methods working at the moment.  The method feeder fished tight to the island or just down the shelf on the far side with polony, pellet or dead reds on the hook has been the top tactic for carp with fish to 14lb recorded in matches.  Paste fished down the near margin is starting to work well catching mixed nets of tench, skimmers, crucians and F1’s.  Chopped worm and caster are also producing decent mixed nets either fished on the pole or in a cage feeder.  The best areas this week have been pegs 1 – 4, 15 – 19, 25 – 29, 41 – 46 and 54 – 60.

 

GEARYS   The warm weather has got the carp feeding well with most pegs producing fish in the 4 – 8lb range along with the odd double figure fish.  Skimmers also showing in areas with the high bank the hotspot for them and fish between 1 – 4lb have made up the
better catches along there.  Method feeder is the top tactic at the moment with meat or pellet on the hook but paste fished down the edges is also working very well.  Top pegs are 6 – 13, 17 – 19, 23 – 28 and 31 – 33.

LITTLE GEARYS   Starting to fish a lot better with shallow tactics taking the large nets.   Pellet or caster is taking F1’s to 5lb and also skimmers to 2lb.  Method feeder or pellet feeder tight to the island is also producing with punched bread, pellet or meat on the hook for carp and F1’s.  It has been very consistent, with 20 – 30lb off most pegs in matches and winning weights to over 60lb.

GRATUITIES   Pleasure anglers found the better carp willing last week with fish to 10lb coming out on bread or dog biscuit fished on the top.  Smaller carp and tench also made up some decent catches on the pole and pellet with pegs 1 – 3 and 13 – 15 in good form at the moment.

WILLOW   Fished well with carp, F1’s, skimmers and crucians all feeding well.  Fish down the edges for the bigger fish with paste, pellet or meat.  Best pegs are 1, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 12.

ANNIVERSARIES   Most anglers fishing Anniversaries last week enjoyed good sport with mixed nets of tench, skimmers, small carp and crucians coming to the caster or pellet.  Every peg on the pool has a feature, either a far bank chuck or an island to fish up to and those that fished up to these have had the best results.  Top pegs are 1 – 6, 9, 10, 15, 17 and 22.

SIBLINGS   Best pool for tench bags with anglers reporting up to 15 fish in single sessions with fish running to over 5lb.  Paste or meat fished down the near margin is the best tactic for tench.  Pole and pellet or caster is working well for mixed catches of skimmers, crucians, tench and carp.  The top end of the pool on either point or around the reed beds are the best areas.

FIRST BAY, REEDY BAY, CRESCENT & ALDER   These small pools have been in good form with lots of small tench, carp to 2lb, roach, crucians and skimmers coming out with the odd bigger carp to 8lb also showing this week.  Float fished corn or pellet has accounted for the better catches.

FORTHCOMING MATCHES

SATURDAY 16th APRIL – OPEN – MOLANDS
Draw 9am, fish 10am to 3pm.

SUNDAY 17th April – OPEN – GEARYS
Draw 9am, fish 10am to 3pm.

EVERY WEDNESDAY – OPEN – MOLANDS
Draw 1pm, fish 2pm to 7pm 

Please note the fishery is now open at 6am.

Contact the fishery on 01676 523833 or check out our website on http://www.packingtonestate.net             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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