FISHING & MATCH REPORT  – WEEK ENDING 14/10/12

 MATCH RESULTS

 STARLETS VETS                          

(GRATUITIES/WILLOW/LITTLE GEARYS)

1.  Ray Quiney (Packington)                        53 – 0         Peg 4   GRATUITIES                                         

     Carp & Crucians on Pole & Pellet

2.  Norman Davies (Packington)                  46 -14

3.  Ron Savage (Lanes Bait)                         40 – 4

4   John Smith (Packington Vets)                 31 -15

 MAYPOLE AC                                      (GEARYS)

1.  Ray Chandler                                          26 – 4          Peg 15

     Skimmers on Pole & Corn   

2   Ray Taylor                                               24 – 0

3.  Alan Millichamp                                      21 – 6

 WEDNESDAY SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE OPEN

 (MOLANDS)                                                                                                                                                                   1.  Lee Richards (Packington)                      76 -10          Peg 46

     F1’s on Pole & Pellet

2.  Steve Edwards (Packington)                   70 -12

3.  John Burchell (Packington)                      52 – 4

4.  Eddie Keene (Cov Pac)                           49 – 6

 TONY’S OPEN                                 (LITTLE GEARYS)

1   Tony Musticone

     (Alvechurch Fishereies)                           52 -12         Peg 15

      F1’s shallow on Pole & Pellet

2.  Susie Smith (Kobra Feeders)                   42 – 7

3.  John Adamson (Packington)                    40 -14

 PACKINGTON VETS      (GEARYS & LITTLE GEARYS)                        

1.  Ron Savage (Lanes Bait)                          51 – 4           Peg 7    LITTLE GEARYS

     F1’s & Skimmers on Pole & Caster                        

2.  Roger Atkins (Maver Solihull)                  42 -14

2.  John Batey (Packington)                           42 -10

4.  Eddie Keene (Cov Pac)                             41 – 4

 BIRMINGHAM THURSDAY CLUB   (MOLANDS)

1.  Rob Swain                                               36 – 4          Peg 8

     F1’s on Pole & Pellet

2.  Graham Young                                        33 -10   

3.  John Stratford                                         31 -10   

 RIDGEMERE AC                                   (MOLANDS)

1.  Steve Daley                                             29 – 13        Peg 4

     F1’s on Pole& Pellet

2.  Neil Carless                                             20 -10

3.  Keith Harris                                             19 – 0

 SATURDAY OPEN                                 (GEARYS)

1.  Johnny Johnson (Youngs TBF)               63 – 9         Peg 31

     Eight Carp on Bomb & Bread  

2.  Steve White (Kobra Feeders)                  38 – 4

3.  Lee Richards (Packington)                      35 -14                  

4.  Andy Fulleylove (Kobra Feeders)           35 – 6

JOHNNY MACK MEMORIAL           (MOLANDS)

1.  Martin Wood (Maver Solihull Angling)  93 – 6          Peg 14

     Carp on Pellet Feeder

2.  Steve White (Kobra Feeders)                  56 -12

3.  Susie Smith (Kobra Feeders)                   39 – 6

4.  Wayne Wrathstone

     (Maver Solihull Angling )                       38 -11

REPORT

MOLANDS   The first proper frosts of the autumn saw sport go from good at the early part of the week to patchy at the weekend.  The carp have been producing the better catches coming to the pellet feeder or method fished across to the island with fish to 10lb in nets to over 90lb.  F1’s still being caught shallow but on the deck with expander pellet fished over micros at 13 metres on the pole is the better tactic for them.  Best areas have been on pegs 2 – 4, 12 – 14, 23, 31 – 33, 40 – 46 and 56 – 60.

GEARYS   The cold nights affect Gearys harder being shallow water but catches of carp to over 60lb were taken last week.  Pellet or bomb and bread have been the best tactics for carp to double figures.  The skimmers have been showing a little better with fish to 3lb coming to long pole and pellet, corn or caster/worm.  Top pegs are 6 – 15, 19, 23, 27 and 29 – 32.

LITTLE GEARYS   Not been in the best of form this week with match weights to just over 50lb best.  Long pole with caster or pellet is the most consistent tactic but pellet feeder fished to the island is a good back up.  Top pegs 3 – 7, 10 – 13 and 23 – 27.

 GRATUITIES   Grats is fishing pretty well again this week with lots of carp in the 1½lb – 3lb range coming out and loads of crucians and tench to 4lb.  Pole fished pellet, chopped worm and caster or corn have accounted for the better catches.  Best pegs have been 1, 4, 8, 9, 13 and 16.                                                                                                  

 ANNIVERSARIES   Most anglers fishing Annies have enjoyed good sport with mixed nets of skimmers, crucians, roach, barbel and a few carp and tench.  Pellet, caster or maggot float fished at 6 – 10 metres into the open water has been the best tactic.  Top pegs are 2, 6, 10, 15, 17 and 19 – 23.

 WILLOW   The best approach at the moment is to fish tight up to the island with method feeder or bomb and pellet/bread working well fished really close up.  Carp to double figures and F1’s are producing the best sport.  Best pegs 1, 4 – 6 and 11.

FORTHCOMING MATCHES

SATURDAY 20th October – OPEN – MOLANDS

Draw 9am, fish 10am to 3pm

SUNDAY 21st October – WINTER LEAGUE –

GEARYS/GRATUTIES/LITTLE GEARYS

 EVERY WEDNESDAY – TONY’S OPEN – LITTLE GEARYS

Draw 9am, fish 10.30 am to 3.30pm

EVERY WEDNESDAY – SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE OPEN – MOLANDS

Draw 12pm, fish 1pm to 6pm   

 SHAKESPEARE WINTER LEAGUE.  

THE POPULAR WINTER LEAGUE SEASON STARTS ON SUNDAY 21st OCTOBER.  FISHING EVERY TWO WEEKS UNTIL THE END OF FEBRUARY.   PRIZES FOR THIS YEAR WILL BE £1000 FIRST PRIZE, £500 SECOND PRIZE, £400 THIRD PRIZE AND IF 50 OR MORE ANGLERS ENTER WE WILL PAY TOP 15 IN LEAGUE.  ENTRY FEE IS £25 WITH £20 TO BE PAID OUT EACH MATCH.

Contact the lodge on 01676 523833 for further details or check out our website on www.packingtonestate.net                   

 

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