POOL REPORTS FOR THE WEEK ENDING 1st January 2012

Due to the warm weather, good bags of fish are still being caught all over the complex.  Mirrors and commons are still feeding.  F1’s are still the main target with plenty of silvers being caught too. The best bait at the moment is maggot and pellet.

Top Pool
White maggot feeder with to the island for f1’s up to 2lb.
Pellet or maggot or pellet on the deck at 6-8m for f1’s, ide, skimmers, roach and perch.
 
Bottom Pool
Method feeder with dead dead  bronze maggot is still producing large mirrors and common carp upto 8lb.
Pellet at 6m to 8m has been producing f1’s and silverfish.
Pleasure anglers have reported large bags of perch up to 2lb being caught on chopped worm.
Congratulations to Alan Darling who won off peg 8 fishing pellet at 6m down the track for a 42-11 weight of f1’s to 1.5lb.

House Pool
Small maggot feeder to the island has been producing good bags of large f1’s.
White maggot at 8m on the deck has been producing large bags of silverfish and f1 carp.
Pellet at 6m or 8m down on the deck for mixed bags of f1’s, bream, roach and carp.

Extension pool
Pellet to the island has been producing f1’s, mirrors and common carp.
Maggot at 4m to 6m on the deck with constant feeding has been catching large bags of f1 carp, skimmers and roach. 
Congratulations to Steve Townsend who won Wednesdays’s open from peg 33 with a weight of 78-12 with f1’s to 1.5lb.  He fished pellet towards the island at 11m.

New Pool
Pellet and maggot have been the best baits on this lake long to the island or @ 6m and down the edges.  F1’s and plenty of skimmers and roach are being caught.
Large perch are still being caught between pegs 18 and 23. 
Maggot fished over groundbait has enticed the big f1 carp to start feeding.
Congratulations to Stu Palsar who won Sundays open from peg 7 with a weight of 61-11.  In his catch were 2 commons one weighed in at 15-5 and the other at 10-3. The rest of the bag was f1’s to 1.5lb.  He fished pellet over micro pellet at 14m down the left hand bank and at 14m in the deep water straight out in front.

Canal Pool
In general pellet and maggot are the best baits at 6-8m and across to the island.
Mirrors and Commons are feeding and pleasure anglers are reporting f1’s upto 2lb
Good bags of silvers being caught.

Club Pool
4mm bread punch fished at 14m 3” off the bottom to the island on pegs 13-24 for mirrors and commons.  Pegs 1-12 are fishing well using this method for large bream and f1’s.
Stockies and f1’s at 6-10m down the track on pellet.
Pellet or maggot at 6-8m has been working well.
Congratulations to Richard Knowles who in the 6th round of the TBF winter league, drew peg 23 and won the match with a weight of 90-8.  His catch consisted of 50lb of mirrors and commons and 40lb of stockies.

Jenny’s Pool
Pellet or maggot to the island or at 6-8m down the track has been producing good bags of f1’s, silvers and mirrors.
Congratulations to Sean Huggins who won the Friday flyer with a weight of 74-9 from peg 24.  His bag was mainly f1’sto 1.5lb caught on pellet over micro pellet at 13m to the island.

RESULTS FOR OPEN CONTESTS WEEK ENDING 1st JANUARY 2012

Date: Monday 2ND January 2012 Bank Holiday Open
Pools: New, Extension & House
No F/man: 45

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Pete Rice Bagem Baits 68  – 12  N 13
2nd Stu Palsar Banbury Gunsmiths 39  – 10 N 31
3rd Steve Townsend Banbury Gunsmiths 37  – 8 E 25
4th Rob Avery Kingfisher Angling 36  – 13  N 17
5th D White Maver Midlands 34  – 8 N 36
6TH Jason Brown Lea Hall Gold 33   – 2  E 23

Date: Wednesday 4th January 2012
Pools: Extension pool
No F/Man: 17

1st: Pellet @ 11m to the island for f1’s to 1.5lb.
2nd: Maggot @ 6m in the deep water for f1’s, roach & skimmers.
3rd: Pellet @ 14m down towards peg 18 for f1’s.

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Steve Townsend Banbury Gunsmiths 78  –  12 33
2nd Pete Rice Bagem Baits 59  –  10 37
3rd Andy Searle Middy 42  –  2 19
4th Richard Knowles MCM 37  –  5 7
5th Paul Illingsworth Garbolino 32  –  4 9
6TH Dave Kenworthy Birmingham 31  –  8 26

Date: Friday 6th JANUARY 2012
Pools: Jennys Pool
No F/Man:  15

1st: Pellet to the island for f1’s to 1.5lb.
2nd: Pellet to the island and down the track in the deep water for f1’s roach & skimmers.
3rd: Maggot to the island for mirrors and f1’s to 2lb.

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Sean Huggins Dynamite Baits 74 – 9  24
2nd Phil Moore Lichfield 59 – 1  6
3rd Simon Skelton Melton 58 – 9  17
4th Pete Hancox Birmingham 49 – 7 26
5th Pete Rice Bagem Baits 45 – 15  8
6TH Andy Jackson Mosella 41 – 5  4

Date: Saturday 7th JANUARY 2012 Tunnel barn farm winter league round 6
Pools:  House, Extension, New, Top & Club pools
No F/Man: 84

POSITION INDIVIDUAL NAME TEAM WEIGHT PEG
1ST RICHARD KNOWLES    MCM 90 – 8  CL 23
2ND PAUL BICK   SHAKESPEARE 80 – 3  CL 17
3RD JAMES DENT   MAP / BAGEM BAITS 79 – 1  CL 13
4TH PAUL CASWELL  SHAKESPEARE 58 – 4  CL 5
5TH SEAN HUGGINS  ABU 58 – 3  H 7
6TH BRIAN GREENBURY  ABU 53 – 14  E 9
7TH MATT HALL  CHAMBERS CHAMPS 53 – 7  T 1
8TH STEVE RINGER  MATCH FISHING DRAWBAGS 52 – 8  E 22
9TH ANDY BENNETT  FOX GURU 52 – 7 E 25

SECTIONS

 TOP POOL EXTENSION NEW POOL HOUSE POOL
1ST CHRIS DOWNS
45-2 CRAIG ELKIN
52-2 PETE CATON
40-2 JON ARTHUR
50-6
2ND PAUL HUBBARD
41-6 NEIL MACHIN
47-5 CLIVE NIXON
36-10 STEVE TOWNSEND
44-15
3RD MARK POLLARD
39-2 STU PALSAR
42-8 JUSTIN WATKINS
36-1 ANDY QUARMBY
41-10

Date: SUNDAY 8th JANUARY 2012
Pools: House & Extension Pool
No F/Man:  41

1st: Pellet @ 14m down the left bank for 15-5lb common, 10-4 common & rest f1’s
2nd: Maggot on the [email protected] 6m for f1’s to 1.5lb
3rd: Maggot to the island for mirrors and f1’s to 2lb.

Pos NAME CLUB WEIGHT PEG NO
1st Stu Palsar Banbury Gunsmiths 61 – 11 N 7
2nd Andy Jackson Mosella 43 – 10 N 13
3rd John Stockton Barford AC 39 – 4 N 38
4th Matt Hall Sensas 38 – 15 H 33
5th Pete Rice Bagem Baits 36 – 6  H 21
6th Pete Caton Banbury Gunsmiths/Dynamite Baits 34 – 14  H 16
7th  Rob Avery Kingfisher Angling 31 – 6 H 30
8th Ronnie Biggs OHMS 30 – 10 N 44

 

 

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