WEST MIDLANDS POLICE (MOLANDS)
1. Andy Parker 59 -13 Peg 52
Carp on Bomb & Pellet
2. Andy Cleaver 58 -14
3. A Jones 57 -10
4. Ian Matley 53 -11

STARLETS VETS
(LITTLE GEARYS/SIBLINGS B &WILLOW)
1. Mick Gibbs (Chiltern Baits)
93 -14 Peg 27
LITTLE GEARYS
2. Paul Deeming (Packingon Vets 72 -14
3. Phillip Hull (Tusses Tackle) 68 -10
4. Brian Edwards (Packington Vets) 67 – 0

MAYPOLE AC (GEARYS)
1. Pete Brown 107- 0 Peg 18
Carp on Bomb & Pellet
2. Jack Shirley 85 – 6
3. Jamie Williams 79 – 0

SOLIHULL ANGLING OPEN (MOLANDS)
1. Andy Edgington (Tusses Tackle) 105 -15 Peg 44
Carp & F1s on Pole & Paste
2. Lee Richards (Packington) 104 -10
3. Dave Smith (Fishing Lodge) 73 -10
4. Keith Wooding (Solihull Angling) 70 -12

PACKINGTON VETS (MOLANDS)
1. John Downing (Packington Vets) 50 – 0 Peg 17
F1s & Skimmers on Pole & Paste
2. John McGann (Packington) 46 -11
3. Terry Gibbons (Packington) 42 – 2
4. Billy Hawkes (Lucas) 38 – 6

SATURDAY OPEN (GEARYS)
1. Derek Hartshorn (Swann Baits) 66 -11 Peg 9
Carp on Pellet Waggler
2. Ian Keywood (Solihull Angling) 57 -13
3. Mick Bull (Frenzee) 41 – 6
4. Stuart Palser (Packington) 40 – 0

MAM QUALIFIER (MOLANDS)
1. Danny Tresigne (Smithys) 85 – 6 Peg 46
Carp & F1s on Waggler & Pellet
2. Jason Brown (Maver) 73 -10
3. Jon Newton (Smithys) 71 – 5
4. Marie Leadbetter (Packington) 61 -10

HEART OF ENGLAND SOCIAL (LITTLE GEARYS)
1. Richard Watkins 59 – 5 Peg 17
F1s on Pellet Feeder
2. Craig 52 -11
3. Alan Wilson 37 -13

TORNADOES (MOLANDS)
1. Nigel Smith 96 – 5 Peg 42
Carp on Pellet Feeder
2. Paul Nightingale 68 -10
3. Steve Allan 63 – 5

SOLIHULL ANGLING SUMMER LEAGUE
(GEARYS)
1. Matt Brayfield 64 – 1 Peg 34
Carp on Pole & Corn
2. Ben Lockwood 52 – 5
3. Danny Tresigne 50 – 1

SUNDAY OPEN (LITTLE GEARYS & WILLOW)
1. Derek Hartshorn (Swann Baits) 56 -14 Peg 2
WILLOW
Carp & F1s on Pellet Waggler
2. Marie Leadbetter (Packington) 45 -14
3. Ian Crossman (Browning Central) 39 – 6
3. Graham Beckwith (Packington) 38 – 2

TAMWORTH FISHING TACKLE (SIBLINGS)
1. T Packing 64 -12 Peg 21
SIBLINGS A
2. C Phillips 63 – 0
3. P Smith 55 -12

ALCOA AC (ANNIVERSARIES)
1. Pete Brown 40 -14 Peg 2
F1s on Pole & Pellet
3. Ray Chandler 36 – 8
4. Keith Webb 31 -15

REPORT

MOLANDS Still very patchy this week but match weights exceeding 100lb and there were some cracking carp caught with quite a few 15lb+ specimens caught. Pellet feeder, method feeder and waggler with pellet to the island have all caught carp in matches. Pleasure anglers have caught well on floating baits such dog biscuit or bread. The F1s are still very patchy but are now starting to come shallow with caster or pellet at 13 metres the best tactic. Best pegs have been 2, 13 – 21, 29 – 31, 42 – 48 and 52 – 54.

GEARYS It was fishing well through the week with nets to over 100lb best but after the rain at the weekend sport dropped. Bomb and pellet has been the best tactic for carp to high double figures with a method feeder also worth a try. The high bank area has been the best for mixed catches of skimmers, crucians and small carp with catches to 50lb coming to pole fished corn, meat and worm/caster fished over ground bait at five to ten metres.

LITTLE GEARYS Match weights to over 90lb but pleasure anglers reported much larger catches with F1s and carp showing all around the pool. A small method/pellet feeder fished to the island with banded pellet or dead red maggot, long pole with pellet/caster/shallow and meat or corn down the margins have all worked well this week. Best pegs have been 3 – 10, 15, 17, 21 and 24 – 28.

GRATUITIES The crucians have been showing in large numbers with catches to 50lb made up of fish in the 12½oz – 1¼lb range coming to pole with caster or soft pellet. Carp to double figures have come to pellet waggler or off the top with floating baits. Best pegs have been
1 – 3, 8 – 11 and 15.

SIBLINGS A This pool is in cracking form this week with some really good mixed nets of carp, F1s, ide, skimmers and tench. Pole fished paste or chopped worm and caster has been the best tactic with a small pellet feeder also worth a go.

SIBLINGS B Not as good as the previous week but still decent sport to be had, mainly from F1s but a few more carp, crucians and tench have been showing this week. Pole fished pellet or caster shallow has been the most affective tactic but on the wider pegs a pellet feeder is also worth a try.

ANNIVERSARIES Still a little patchy but there were signs of improvement this week with pleasure anglers reporting bags to 60lb of F1s with the odd decent bream and bigger carp. The top end on pegs 1 – 6 and 21 – 23 have been the best areas with pole fished caster, pellet or worm the top tactics.

WILLOW In good form this week with lots of carp, F1s and crucians being caught from all pegs. Pole fished paste was possibly the best tactic fishing close in down the edges or at five metres. Pellet waggler or a pellet feeder fished to the island has also worked well.

FORTHCOMING MATCHES

SATURDAY 29th JULY – OPEN MATCH – GEARYS
Draw 9am, fish 10.30am – 3.30pm

SUNDAY 30th JULY – OPEN MATCH – MOLANDS
Draw 9am, fish 10.30am – 3.30pm

EVERY WEDNESDAY – SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE OPEN
Draw 1pm, fish 2.30pm to 7.30pm

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