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FISHING & MATCH REPORT – WEEK ENDING 28/2/16

 

MATCH RESULTS

 

STARLETS VETS                  

(LITTLE GEARYS/ANNIVERSARIES/WILLOW/SIBLINGS A)

1.  Ray Durant (Tornadoes)                            59 – 0               Peg 3               ANNIVERSARIES

     F1’s on Maggot Feeder

2.  Dave Atkins (Ridgemere AC)                   40 – 1

3.  Bobby Worrad (Tornadoes)                       37 – 2

4.  Ron Savage (Lanes Bait)                           34 -13

 

SOLIHULL ANGLING OPEN               (MOLANDS)

1.  Neil Carless (Ridgemere AC)                    60 – 0               Peg 48

     F1’s on Pole & Maggot

2.  Steve Edwards (Packington)                     47 – 1

3.  Lee Myers (Packington)                             41 – 7

4.  Joe Roberts (Drennan International)          40 – 8

 

PACKINGTON VETS                             (MOLANDS)

1.  Brian Overton (Packington Vets)              44 -13              Peg 56

     F1’s on Maggot Feeder

2.  Ray Quiney (Packington)                          43 – 7

3.  Norman Davies (Packington Vets)            42 -11

4.  Keith Webb (Maypole AC)                       40 – 8

 

SATURDAY OPEN                                (MOLANDS)

1.  Jon Arthur (Drennan)                                 36 – 1               Peg 46

     F1’s & Skimmers on Pole & Maggot

2.  Paul Cooke (Lutterworth)                          35 -14                                     

3.  Adam Rumble (Fosters)                            32 – 8

4.  Phil Hull (Lanes Bait)                                30 -13

 

ICE BREAKERS AC                        (LITTLE GEARYS)

1.  Colin Kettlewell                                         26 -14             Peg 7                   

     F1’s on Pole & Pellet

2.  David Eastwood                                        25 -12

3.  Ian Mayo                                                     23 -10

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BRIGHTON AC                                   (SIBLINGS A & B)

1.  Steve Thompson                                          32 – 3             Peg 3               SIBLINGS B

     F1’s on Pole & Pellet

2.  Kevin Tuz                                                    31 – 8

3.  Marc Drew                                                   25 – 8

 

WINTER LEAGUE – FINAL ROUND

1.  Mike Turner (Solihull Angling                      64 – 2            Peg 2              ANNIVERSARIES

     F1’s on Pole & Pellet

2.  Jamie Clarkson (Packington)                        50 – 9

3.  Johnny Johnson (Youngs TBF)                    45 -14

4.  Chris Toal (Solihull Angling)                        42 – 1

 

FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS

1.  Dave Elliott            15 points         350lb    9oz                 £1000

2.  Pete Heaven           21 points         315lb    1oz                 £  500 

3.  Keith Winn                        23 points         327lb   13oz                £  400

4.  Lee Richards          25 points         295lb   11oz                £  300

5.  Jamie Clarkson       25 points         244lb     1oz                £  200             

 

 

REPORT

 

MOLANDS   With some really cold nights last week it was no surprise that he fishing has been a little tougher than of late but saying that  fish are being caught all around with F1’s providing the main action.  Maggot feeder continues to be the outstanding tactic, but as the days got longer more fish are being caught down the inside and close in.  A few carp are also being caught with fish to 15lb weighed in last week.  Best pegs are 2, 6, 15, 23 – 33, 44 – 48 and 56 – 60.

 

GEARYS   Fished hard this week with the frost putting the carp off the feed.  A few have been caught with bread or pellet fished or the bomb and accounting for fish to double figures.  The skimmer fishing has been good with nets to 30lb+ coming from lots of pegs and maggot over ground bait is the best tactic.

 

LITTLE GEARYS   A little slow by its own standard with F1’s making up the bulk of the catches.  Maggot feeder is still working but more fish are coming down the edges now, particularly later in the day or on matches.  Maggot or pellet fished in about 3 feet of water is working best close in.  Best pegs are 5, 7 – 12 and 26 – 30.

 

WILLOW   Carp are being caught close in on some pegs with corn or bread and fish to 10lb have been coming to this.  Plenty of silvers and F1’s are being caught on long pole with pellet or caster and a small waggler fished to the island is working too.

 

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SIBLINGS A & B   All the anglers fishing on both Siblings pools have caught fish with F1’s, ide, skimmers and carp showing.  Pole fished pellet or maggot over micros is the best tactic.

 

ANNIVERSARIES    Frustratingly it is still the top bay that is producing most of the fish with pegs 1 – 4 having catches to 60lb+.  It is very difficult on all the other areas at the moment.  On the hot pegs, pellet or maggot fished on the pole or a small feeder have been producing lots of fish with F1’s, ide and carp showing there.

 

 

FORTHCOMING MATCHES

 

EVERY WENESDAY – SOLIHULL ANGLING OPEN IS ON MOLANDS.  THIS IS NOW AN AFTERNOON MATCH WITH THE DRAW AT 11am BUT WILL GET LATER AS THE DAYS DRAW OUT.

Draw 11am, fish 12pm to 5pm

 

SATURDAY 5th MARCH – OPEN – GEARYS

Draw 9am, fish 10.30am to 3.30pm

 

SUNDAY 6th MARCH – OPEN – MOLANDS

Draw 9am, fish 10.30am to 3.30pm

 

FISHERY OPENING TIMES – FROM 1st MARCH

 

THE FISHERY IS NOW OPEN AT 7am AND CLOSES AT DUSK.  PRICES ARE £9.00 FOR A FULL DAY AND £7.00 FOR A CONCESSIONARY TICKET.

 

SEASON TICKETS

 

SEASON TICKETS ARE ON SALE, PRICED AT £180 FOR A FULL MEMBERSHIP AND £160 FOR A CONCESSIONARY MEMBERSHIP.

 

LOYALTY SCHEME

 

FISH SIX TIMES AND GET A TICKET FREE.

 

TO FIND DETAILS OF MATCHES FOR THE MONTH (ON THE WEBSITE) PLEASE CLICK ON THE MONTH CONCERNED, ie   MARCH 2016.

 

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

www.packingtonestate.net   Also see us on Facebook (Packingon Fisheries).

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