Elinor Fishery, March 13th, 2017

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      geepster
      Keymaster

      March 5th – 11th

      Great sport for bank anglers last week, especially in the afternoon.

      132 anglers caught 714 fish of which 609 were returned

      Best Fish

      6lb 9oz Mick Moseley, Rushden, black buzzer
      6lb 2oz Mr Nicholson, Louth, muskins
      6lb 2oz Finbarr McSweeney, Rushden, black/green lure
      6lb 1oz Judy Tuffs, Market Harborough, hares ear
      6lb 0oz Rob Lenton, Blisworth, damsel
      5lb 5oz Alan Rennocks, Kettering, black buzzer
      5lb 4oz Finbarr McSweeney, Rushden, black/green lure
      5lb 3oz Alan Weatherley, Kettering, damsel

      Best Areas
      Dam, gravel bar, shallow bay, creek, brookside point

      Best Patterns
      black/green lure, cats whisker, damsel, bloodworm, black buzzer, hares ear

      Bank outscored the boats again last week with fish being caught in many areas of the lake.
      Spooned fish have been feeding on immature damsel, hog louse and small black buzzers.

      With all all the heavy rain on Friday night the brook did overflow so the water is coloured so I expect the fishing to be more difficult over the next few days.
      However the ten anglers that fished today, Monday 12th did manage to catch 43 fish despite the conditions.

      Next Stocking
      March 15th

      Sunday April 29th
      Elinor will hold a heat of the Scierra Pairs boat competition.
      More details at http://www.scierrapairs.co.uk

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