RESULTS FOR OPEN CONTESTS WEEK ENDING 1st MAY 2011

All pools have been fishing well with all baits going.  Chopped worm & caster, paste, meat over corn & pellet and white maggot have all caught well.

Top Pool
The bowl area has been fishing really well with pellet and corn to the islands accounting for 4 large bags of fish with f1’s up to 2lb.

Bottom Pool
Chopped worm and caster to the islands has been producing car up to 5lb.  Pellet down the track and up in the water has accounted for mirrors and f1’s up to 2lb.  Bigger fish up to 15lb have been falling to paste down the margins.
 
House Pool
Ledgers with corn or meat to the island have been catching big mirrors and commons up to 15lb   Pellet and maggot have also been catching large bags of f1’s and skimmers. Large perch up to 2lb have been caught on chopped worm with paste producing down the margins for mainly f1’s with mirrors and commons up to 10lb.
 
Extension pool
Quivered banded pellet up to the island has been working well, with f1’s and commons up to 4lb and mirrors up to 8lb.  Pellet at 6m has been producing good bags of f1’s and skimmers.  Meat or corn over hemp down the edges has also been producing big bags of f1’s.  Small 2mm square pieces of meat have been working the best.
 
New Pool
Big bags of f1’s have been falling to chopped worm and caster against the island.  Pellet, corn and meat have also been producing.  Paste down the edges has accounted for 4 big weights this week and f1’s up to 4lb with mirrors and ghosties.  Mirrors have been up to 10lb.

Canal Pool
White maggot up in the water at 7m has been working well for f1’s and common carp.  Maggot on the deck at 7m has been producing large bags of silverfish and tench up to 1.1lb.  Carp in the margins on paste (green betaine), meat and corn fished over hemp.

Club Pool
Meat to the island on pole has been catching big bags of mirrors up to 12lb.  Feed riddled meat dust in a green betaine groundbait with 2mm cubes of meat over the top.  Plenty of f1’s showing to pellet and maggot down the track.  Bream up to 2.5lb , tench up to 3lb and roach up to 1lb are also showing.  Corn or paste down the edges, fished over micro pellet or hemp, have also been catching large mixed bags of fish.
 
Jenny’s Pool
Method to the island on maggot is catching plenty of f1’s up to 2lb with mirrors and commons up to 6lb.  Meat or corn over hemp down the inner edges has been producing big bags of f1 cap with barbel up to 2lb.  Paste is starting to go close in with anglers using a meat based paste.


Date: Monday 25th April 2011
Pools: Extension Pool 
No F/Man: 28

Match Report:
1st: Pellet @ 10m up/down in the water for f1 carp, bream & tench.
2nd: Pellet @ 12m up/down in the water with pellet slop for f1 carp, tench, roach & bream.
3rd: Red maggot up in the water for f1 carp, common carp, perch, roach & bream.

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Steve Ringer Shimano Guru 143 – 13 – 0 30
2nd Jason Neath Daiwa Gord LG 95 – 14 – 0 13
3rd Den Machin Ultimate Pellet 91 – 2 – 0 38
4th Chris Neale Rutlanders 90 – 3 – 0 19
5th Kevin Dennis Ultimate Pellet 90 – 0 – 0 1
6TH Alan Everall Ultimate Pellets 87 –0 – 0 5

Date: Tuesday 26th April 2011
Pools: Club Pool 
No F/Man: 20

Match Report:
1st: Paste @ 6-8m for f1 & f2 carp, bream & tench.
2nd: Red maggot @ 8m for f1 & f2 carp, barbel, tench, perch, roach & bream.
3rd: Paste @ 10m for all f1 carp & bream.

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st John Berry White hart Coventry 94 – 4 – 0 6
2nd Craig Chamberlin Tunnel Barn Farm 90 – 4 – 0 2
3rd Dave Chapman White hart Coventry 77 – 2 – 0 21
4th Steven Birch Northfield 77 – 1 – 0 23
5th Ron Notley Starlet Vets 72 – 1 – 0 8
6TH David Callaghan Ashby 69 –10 – 0 1

Date: Wednesday 27th April 2011
Pools: House Pool
No F/Man: 14

Match Report:
1st: Paste @ 8m & in the margins for f1 carp, tench & bream.
2nd: Pellet @ 12m for all f1 carp.
3rd: Red maggot up/down in the water for f1 carp, roach, tench & bream.

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Chris Neale Rutlanders 156 – 15 – 0 29
2nd Pete Hancox Birmingham 96 – 11 – 0 14
3rd Garry Cook Mosella 60 – 10 – 0 25
4th Tony Ainsworth Mid City 58 – 11 – 0 6
5th John Hampshire Peterborough 55 – 5 – 0 1
6TH John Stratford Youngs TBF 50 – 1 – 0 33

Date: Friday 29th April 2011
Pools: Bottom Pool
No F/Man: 22

Match Report:
1st: Chopped worm & caster @ 12m to the island for f1 carp & mirrors up to 1.5lb.
2nd: Pellet down both edges @ 4m for mirrors, f1’s and commons up to 4lb.
3rd: Chopped worm & caster @ 11m & down the edges for f1’s & mirrors to 1.5lb & perch to 2lb.

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Pete Caton Dynamite Baits/Banbury Gunsmiths 89 – 0 – 0 4
2nd Garry Cook Mosella 97 – 9 – 0 28
3rd Stu Palsar Shakespeare 80 – 8 – 0 32
4th Chris Neale Rutlanders 67 – 5 – 0 2
5th D Parrish Gurnsey 67 – 2 – 0 14
6TH C Newton Dolphin Tackle  Staffs 66 –10 – 0 26

Date: Saturday 30th April 2011
Pools: Extension pool 
No F/Man: 23

Match Report:
1st: Quivered banded pellet to the island for f1’s to 1.5lb.
2nd: Paste down the edges @ 3m for f1’s to 2lb.
3rd: Meat down the edges @ 3m for f1’s to 1.5lb.

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Pete Caton Dynamite Baits/Banbury Gunsmiths 151 – 7 – 0 24
2nd Pete Hancox Birmingham 137 – 11 – 0 28
3rd Ron Biggs HMP 130 – 7 – 0 5
4th David James Mosella 118 – 7 – 0 22
5th Les Wetton Tunnel Barn Farm 105 – 2 – 0 38
6TH Chris Neale Rutlanders 102 – 8 – 0 26
7th  D Collingwood Tunnel Barn Farm 86 – 2 – 0 1
8TH  D Parrish Guernsey 77 – 1 – 0 30

Date: Sunday 1st May 2011
Pools: New pool
No F/Man: 33

Match Report:
1st: Bread up in the water @ 7m for f1’s to 2lb.
2nd: Chopped worm & caster to the island @ 9m & down the edge for f1’s up to 1.5lb.
3rd: Paste down the edges @ 4m for f1’s to 2lb and mirrors to 3lb.
 
Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Andy Jackson Redditch 81 – 2 – 0 1
2nd Stu Palsar Shakespeare 78 – 12 – 0 3
3rd Pete Hancox Birmingham 77 – 10 – 0 33
4th Paul Bailey Storeys 71 – 0 – 0 7
5th Aid Mansfield Yorkshire Baits 69 – 10 – 0 23
6TH Darren Bolton Bonehill  68 – 7 – 0 17
7th  Ron Biggs HMP 67 – 6 – 0 40
8TH Pete Rice Bagem Baits 67 – 4 – 0 5

 

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