Sherwood Forest Fishery Form

A big drop in water temperature as altered the anglers approach, on the Holmedale Lake peg 31 will start to dominate as the temperature stay cool pole fished corn and pellet won a recent match with over 84lb of carp – 4lb, elsewhere round the lake the carp are beginning to shoal up and you can see were they are by the bubbles/mud and fish topping best approach has been straight lead corn, maggot or meat on the hook feeding very little over the top, strong gear is still required fish – 12lb are still being caught . Good sport on the Sherwood lake with bronze maggot fished on the waggler fed with loose fed maggot and hemp for chub – 2lb skimmers and roach -12oz best pegs have been 24-30 on the sunny side. On the Cavendish you have got to bring some maggots, the traditional way of catching the skimmers on pole and pellet as been hit and miss, pole fished worm over choppy and pinkie and ground bait have been best on the recent frosty mornings. Best times to fish are mid morning till dust, call the bailiff on 07721316334 for up to date information.

 

Winter league Round 4

Maunside & Cavendish Lakes Saturday 4/11/06

 

 

27 fished         

 

1st Lee Payling Peg One Angling Centre peg 3 Maunside, 35-5-0

 

2nd John Darby Sherwood Forest Fishery peg 4 Maunside 21-2-0

 

3rd Carl Brown CB Home Improvements peg 12 Cavendish, 14-2-0

 

4th Mick Langton Sherwood Forest Fishery peg 6 Maunside 11-15-0

 

5th Paul Hatton Church Warsop MWAC peg 9 Cavendish, 8-14-0

 

A hard frost put the fish down and bites were a premium, but it was a fish for fish battle between the top two on pegs 3 & 4 on the Maunside. Both fishing pole and maggot for chub it was Lee that had a late run of better chub – 1 1/2 lb in the last hour he had a fish every put in finishing with 14lb to spare from his neighbour John. Carl Brown was the best on the Cavendish he hadn’t had a fish with 3 hours gone a change to pellet fished at 16m brought him a bite and a skimmer – 12oz every put out.

 

Leaders after 4 rounds

Mick Langton, Steve Shepherd, Carl Brown, 7 points

 

  

Holmedale Lake

 

Sunday 5/11/06

25 fished

 

1st Keith Morris Greyhound AC Worksop peg 26, 67-15-0

 

2nd Dave Madin Mossella Ultimate Anglers peg 14, 49-3-0

 

3rd Jason Singlehurst Sherwood Forest Fishery peg 38, 34-10-0

 

4th Chris Tomlinson Mansfield Juniors peg 35, 29-12-0

 

5th Brod Perkins Worksop United AC peg 47, 28-15-0

 

6th Neil Wilkinson Sherwood Forest Fishery peg 31, 28-11-0

 

Keith fished straight lead and meat cast tight the lily beds in peg 26 he loose fed corn and meat but very little he had 18 carp – 4lb steady through the match ending with 69lb 15oz well in front of Dave Madin, fishing pole corn and pellet at peg 14 he had 5 carp in the first 30 minutes of the match and 5 more during the rest of it, his biggest fish was a 7lb mirror carp. All the credit was given to 12 year old Chris Tomlinson draw at 35 he fished pole and meat down the margin for 3 carp the biggest being 12lb and finishing 4th and beating his dad in the process.

 

 

 

Holmedale Lake, Wednesday Fun League open

1/11/06

25 fished                       

 

1st Mick Smith Church Warsop MWAC peg 31, 84-14-0

 

2nd Carl Brown CB Home Improvements peg 21, 49-10-0

 

3rd Jim Strachan Sherwood Forest Fishery peg 32, 47-0-0

 

4th Neil Wilkinson Sherwood Forest Fishery peg 26, 40-7-0

 

5th Jason Thomas Peg One Angling Centre peg 42, 24-11-0

 

6th Sid Whitehouse Universal Angling peg 17, 23-7-0

 

The first white over frost greeted the anglers this morning and they knew it was going to be hard on this shallow lake. Mick Smith made the most of drawing bore hole peg 31 fishing pole and pellet at 13 + 14m on the deck and up in the water he had 31 carp steady throughout the match – 4lb weighing in a total of 84lb 14oz, in 2nd placed Carl only had 6 carp all caught on pole and meat  his biggest was 11lb

 

Next weeks

Draw is at 9am at the cabin £14 all in

To book a peg ring the fishery on 07721316334

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