FISHING & MATCH REPORT  – WEEK ENDING 29/5/11

MATCH RESULTS

MONDAY EVENING LEAGUE    (LITTLE GEARYS)
1.  Steve White (Kobra Feeders) 44 -13         Peg 30
     F1’s on Method Feeder
2.  Suzy Smith (Kobra Feeders) 38 – 3
3.  Nigel Whitworth (Ridgemere AC) 22 – 7

STARLETS VETS
(WILLOW/GRATUITIES AND ANNIVERSARIES)
1.  Ronnie Robinson)  (WILLOW) 43 – 5          Peg 6
     Carp on Pole & Pellet
2.  Lol Price 35 -10
3.  Bob Harrison 33 – 2    
4.  Graham Young  28 -10

WEDNESDAY OPEN                           (MOLANDS)
1.   Andrew Wooding (Maver Sol. AC)  28 – 0        Peg 44
      Carp & Tench on Method & Pellet
2.   Joe Roberts (Kamasan Starlets)  26 -12
3.   Steve Randle (PSR Angling)  22 – 4
4.   Derek Hartshorne (Swann Baits)  19 – 1

MAYPOLE AC                                        (GEARYS)
1.   Alan Millichamp   62 – 8       Peg 19  
      Carp on Pole & Paste
2.   Colin Geens  60 – 4
3.   Pete Robinson  41 – 8

TONY’S TACKLE OPEN              (LITTLE GEARYS)
1.   John Stockton (Barford AC) 40 – 0        Peg 4
2.   Mark Stuibbs (Beaufort AC) 28 – 0
3.   P Jones (WMP Maver 26 -10

PACKINGTON VETS             (GEARYS & GRATUITIES)
1.   John Batey (GRATUITIES)   67 -14      Peg 8
      Carp & Tench on Method & Pellet
2.   Pat Clarke  50 – 0
3.   John Smith  44 – 7
3.   Jim Hinckley  42 -14

SATURDAY OPEN                           (LITTLE GEARYS)
1.   Steve White (Kobra Feeders)   45 -11      Peg 10
      F1’s on Method & Meat
2.   Ron Savage (Lanes Bait)   39 – 9
3.   Phil Bird (Quality Baits)      37 – 2
4.   Dave Parsonage (Beaufort AC)   30 -12

FOREWOOD AC                                     (GEARYS)
1.   John McGann   39 – 7
2.   Chris Thompson   34 – 5
3.   Alan Bailey   33 – 1

SUNDAY OPEN                                     (MOLANDS)
1.   Lee Richards (Packington)    32 – 7        Peg 43
      Carp on Feeder & Meat
2.   Ed Warren (Preston Innovations)   27 – 4
3.   Ron Savage (Lanes Bait)   26 – 4
4.   Phil Bird (Quality Baits)   25 – 2
                 

REPORT

MOLANDS   Molands was fishing very poor this week in matches with 20 – 30lb framing and anglers struggling on certain areas.  The carp are still trying to spawn and this is affecting sport.  There was a 21½lb mirror caught and this is the biggest from Molands in sometime and it fell to meat ledgered to the island on peg 39.  Chopped worm and caster is the best approach for mixed nets at the moment, fishing it long or just down the near shelf at 4 – 6 metres.  Best pegs are 2, 19 – 21, 31, 44 – 46 and 52 – 58.

GEARYS   The skimmers have switched on and are making up catches to over 50lb with pole fished paste or pellet accounting for fish between 1lb and 2½lb.  The carp were going well early in the week with fish to 17lb being caught on straight lead and pellet or method feeder with meat or pellet on the hook.  The high bank from 7 – 13 and the far side on 31 – 34 are the best areas for skimmers with the carp showing better on pegs
18 – 24.

LITTLE GEARYS   Anglers are enjoying plenty of bites on pole fished pellet, paste or caster with F1’s from 12oz to 2lb and skimmers around the same stamp.  The far bank is the best area producing the biggest weights and pegs 7 – 12 in best form although decent sport has been had on all areas.

GRATUITIES   Probably the pick of the pools at the moment with lots of carp in the 1½lb – 3lb bracket and tench from 1lb – 3lb being caught.  The top tactics are pole and pellet fished at 11 metres or a small method fished right up to the island with banded pellet or dead red maggots.  Top pegs are 1 – 4, 8 – 11 and 15 – 16.

ANNIVERSARIES   Anniversaries has been very popular this week as anglers seek shelter from the high winds and most have enjoyed good sport.  Mixed nets of carp, tench, skimmers and crucians being caught on float fished corn or pellet.  There were reports of a 25½ lb ghost carp from peg 1 which if confirmed, will be the biggest from the fishery for a number of years.

SIBLINGS   The top end of the pool, on the reed beds, has been the best area with carp into double figures, tench to 6lb and crucians being caught around there.  The bigger fish are coming to meat or corn over hemp.  Caster, pellet or corn over ground bait is also working well for mixed nets.

WILLOW   The pegs on the reed beds have produced the bigger nets with lots of carp in the 1 – 4lb range, F1’s and tench showing on pellet fished right up to the reeds.  Around the pool, good nets of skimmers, crucians along with odd bonus carp and tench are on pellet fished either down the margin or down the track at 8 – 10 metres.

CRESCENT   Good for tench from 1 – 3lb and carp up to 8lb with float fished corn, meat or paste all working well.  The roadside pegs have been in good form throughout the week.   

FORTHCOMING MATCHES

SATURDAY 4th JUNE – OPEN – MOLANDS
Draw 9am, fish 10am to 3pm.

SUNDAY 5th JUNE – OPEN – GEARYS
Draw 9am, fish 10am to 3pm.

MONDAY EVENING – OPEN- LITTLE GEARYS
Draw at 5pm, fish 6pm to 9pm.

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

BROADWATER CARP SYNDICATE

There are a limited number of places available on our Broadwater and Burnet Iron Syndicate waters.  Carp to over 30lb have been caught this week on Broadwater.  Anybody interested can arrange a viewing by telephoning the main lodge on 01676 522754.

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

 

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