Elinor Fishery November 6th 2016

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    Elinor Fishery November 6th 2016

    October 31st – November 6th

    140 anglers caught 369 fish of which 270 were returned.

    Best Fish
    9lb 4oz Ryan Slater, Rushden, cats whisker, boat

    Best Areas
    Bank – brookside, boat bay, dam, goodfellow bay, gravel bar
    Boat – Most areas holding fish

    Best Patterns
    small damsel, white/green or black/green lures, red cruncher, red diawl bach, tequila/sunburst blob.

    Bank and boat fishing equally well with fish being caught from many areas of the lake.
    Washing line with floater or midge tip working along with intermediate line and mini lures.
    On calmer days there are fish rising with a few fish taking small red dries.

    Next Stocking
    November 10th

    On Saturday November 5th Invicta Fly Fishers held their Fur & Feather bank competition. A strong NW wind made the prolific brookside uncomfortable to fish but anglers found plenty of fish on the sheltered lodge bank.
    1. Mark Searle 14 fish
    2= Paul Heavens 7 fish
    Gary How 7 fish
    John Brown 7 fish
    5. Geoff Price 5 fish

    There will be a limited number of 6 boats available each day at Elinor for pike fishing on the following weekends:
    November 19 & 20
    December 3 & 4
    Lures or sea dead baits only.
    Payment will be required in advance.
    Single angler boat £25.00
    Two angler boat £40.00
    Fishng is 7.30am – 5.00pm
    Bookings/further info by email or phone 01832 720786

    This Sunday November 13th is the date for The Dave Hughes Memorial Fur & Feather.
    9am – 3pm
    £25 entry which includes fishing fees (£5 for season ticket holders)
    Boat or bank fishing available.
    Proceeds from the raffle will as usual be split between Air Ambulance and British Heart Foundation

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