Angel of the north Fishing Lakes Catch and Match results for week ending Oct 21st 2006
Weather conditions having major effect on fishing this week, however good size and quality of fish being caught, diverse tactics and balanced tackle essential,
Water temperature at 12 deg, with all fish species still feeding, Crucians and Tench still feeding, Carp very prolific, excellent range of species still being caught. Balanced tackle and end tackle and plumbing up essential to target the shy winter bites but conversions to catches doing well.
Best baits cockles (fresh), mussels, worm, corn, maggot, and expander pellets over small amount of angel feed pellets.
Coming into its own when windy very sheltered and fishing well, again good sizes also range of species coming out. Best baits expander and maggots also corn and cocktails of corn and maggot or casters, worm starting to do well also.
Carp now in winter dark golden colours in great condition ready for the winter colder weather, depending on weather conditions this week they have been much closer in to banks feeding of natural blood worm and fresh water shrimps, best baits on hook have been expander pellets, maggot, corn and caster doing well and worm also coming into its own, over Angel feed pellets –but a lot less feed pellets.
A mini League starts on Nov 11th best 5 of 6 matches anyone interested please ring Ann on 0191 4100449.
Saturday 21st Oct Open Match Results angel of the
Ambient temp 14deg, partly cloudy, humidity 94%, wind calm to SSW9mph, barometer 989.mb, moon phase waning crescent, Sun rise 7.47am Sunset 5.54pm Water temp 12.3 deg, DO 6.8, PH 7.64 was today’s setting
1st Rob Emmery Shotton Metro Mail 39lb 12oz including a 22lb 7oz Carp on pole peg 23
2nd Mark Carlin Shiney Row AC 24lb 0oz including a 9lb 09oz common carp peg 26
4th Steve Kean Shiney Row AC 19lb 14oz peg 39
5th Peter Wilson Shotton AC 19lb 09oz peg 5
6th Eddie Douglas Shiney Row 16lb 12oz peg 33
Rob fished pole Triana Secret Weapon 6mtr & 10mtr, fed 3mm pellets & corn & maggot, and caught also on feeder to island.
Rigs 0.13 powerline & 15 B911 hook, 4×14 bazzerla float.
Rob caught the 22lb 7oz Common Carp 10 mins before time and netted it in 5 mins after time, (15 mins allowed to land a fish after time) he broke his top 2 sections getting the fish into his net
Rob phone no 01429 837063