133 anglers caught 582 fish of which 459 were returned.
8lb 6oz Ben Brown, Finedon, damsel, boat
7lb 4oz Lazloe Boden, Rothwell, cdc shuttlecock, boat
6lb 10oz Nigel Cheetham, Thrapston, daddy, boat
6lb 8oz Pete Welch, Boston, red cruncher, boat
6lb 8oz Chris Redhead, Whittlesey, red buzzer, boat
6lb 5oz Ben Brown, Finedon, damsel
6lb 0oz. Adrian Wilkins, Spaldwick
5lb 10oz Steve Owen, Kettering
5lb 8oz John Oram, Desborough, boat
5lb 8oz Lazloe Boden, Rothwell, cdc shuttlecock, boat
5lb 6oz Chris Redhead, Whittlesey, diawl bach, boat
5lb 2oz Graham Wright, Peterborough, damsel
Bank – east arm, coarse bank, boat bay
Boat – all areas holding fish
damsel nymph, adult damsel, red diawl bach, red cruncher, red apps, olive or hares ear cdc, foam daddy.
A very wet week kept most anglers away from Monday to Thursday. Despite the heavy rain there has been no flooding and the water remains clear and much cooler than this time last year.
The rough conditions certainly didn’t put the larger fish off with a total of 13 fish over 5lb recorded last week.
Vast numbers of damsels are hatching on most days with fish taking nymph and adult.
The evening rise continues to feature hatching buzzers and small sedges.
Fish are well spread with most areas producing fish and with no high temperatures on the horizon the fishing should remain good.
Sunday November 10th
Dave Hughes Memorial Fur & Feather