FISHING & MATCH REPORT  – WEEK ENDING 27/11/11

MATCH RESULTS

STARLETS  VETS                               (MOLANDS)                              
1.   Ron Savage (Lanes Baits)      24 -12         Peg 15
      Skimmers & F1’s on Caster & Pole
2.   John Downing (Packington)  23 – 7      
3.   Keith Nall (Packington)  22 – 7
4.   Dave Wood (Lanes Bait)  20 – 6

WEDNESDAY OPEN                     (LITTLE GEARYS)
1.   Tony Musticone (Alvechurch Fisheries) 37 -10              
2.   John Stockton (Barford AC)   31 – 5
3.   Suzy Smith (Kobra Feeders)   28 -12

PACKINGTON VETS             (GEARYS & LITTLE GEARYS)
1.   Arthur Powell      19 -14       Peg 17 
      F1’s on Feeder & Maggot
2.   Jim Hinckley     17 -10   
3.   Ronnie Robinson    17 – 6
4.   Eddie Keene  17 – 3

SATURDAY OPEN                                  (GEARYS)
1.   Andy Findlay (Preston Innovations)   56 – 8       Peg 29
      Carp to 15lb on Pole & Corn – £100 Bonus Peg
2.   Steve White (Kobra Feeders)    30 – 4
3.   Ron Savage (Lanes Bait)    23 – 7
4.   Lee Richards (Packington)   22 -14 

RIDGEMERE AC                           (LITTLE GEARYS)
1.   Paul Terry       33 – 1      Peg 12  
      F1’s on Feeder & Pellet
2.   Neil Carless    20 – 0
3.   Don Suckling  18 -14
 
SUNDAY OPEN                                     (MOLANDS)
1.  Lee Richards (Packington)     24 – 5      Peg 43
     F1’s on Pole & Pellet – £100 Bonus Peg
2.  Chris Taylor (Coventry)                              19 – 8
3.  Steve Edwardss (Packington)    18 -12
4.  Craig O’Brien (Fast Feeders/Packington)   16 – 7 

REPORT

MOLANDS    Fishing very hard this week with catches to over 20lb best at the moment.  Fish are still being caught all around the pool but in a lot less numbers with mainly F1’s, skimmers and crucians providing the most bites.  Long pole with pellet or caster is the best tactic.  The Scare Crow Point from peg 43 – 48 is the best area.

GEARYS   Andy Findley is the man in form at the fishery and proved why again on Saturday catching carp to over 15lb from peg 29 in a 56lb catch and he caught on corn and pole fished to the little island.  Generally though, the fishing has been harder with less carp showing around the pool.  Skimmers and crucians made up the better catches along the high bank but pole fished caster, red maggot or pellet is also successful fished long at 10 -13 metres.

LITTLE GEARYS    The top end of the pool from pegs 1 – 15 has been the best area with F1’s providing the bulk of the action.  Sport has slowed with 30 – 40lb needed to win.  The best approach has been a small feeder to the island with pellet or dead maggot and short pole with caster, maggot or pellet.

GRATUITIES    A quiet week but the few pleasure anglers that fished had decent sport with tench to 4lb, carp to 6lb, crucians and skimmers showing.  Pole fished pellet or caster over micros was the best tactic.

SIBLINGS    Pleasure anglers reported saw good catches with skimmers, roach, crucians, tench and carp being caught.  A fishery regular had a good day catching roach and skimmers on the pole with maggot and was capped by a 18½lb common which took him about 20 minutes to land.  The best area has been the point on pegs 1 – 5.

WILLOW    Pegs 4 and 5 on the reed beds have been the best pegs producing mixed nets of carp, tench, skimmers and F’s to pole and corn or pellet.

REEDYBAY/FIRST BAY/CRESCENT & ALDER   The most consistent pools on the fishery with mixed catches of roach, skimmers, small carp and tench coming to float fished maggot or caster.

FORTHCOMING MATCHES

SATURDAY 3rd DECEMBER – OPEN – GEARYS
Draw 9am, fish 10am to 3pm.

SUNDAY 4th DECEMBER – WINTER LEAGUE

EVERY WEDNESDAY OPEN – LITTLE GEARYS
Draw 9am, fish 10am to 3pm

CHRISTMAS MATCH

The Christmas match this year will be held on Sunday 11th December with Gearys, Molands, Gratuities, Anniversaries and Willow to be used.  Tickets are £8.00 with every angler taking part getting a prize.  Contact the lodge on 01676 523833 for further details or check out our website on www.packingtonestate.net                   

 

 

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