126 anglers caught 311 fish of which 244 were returned.
7lb 2oz Danny Tolton, Kettering, pitsford pea, boat
6lb 12oz Dave Miles, Wellingborough, red cruncher, boat
5lb 9oz Chris Redhead, Whittlesey, white/green lure, boat
5lb 6oz Darren Oram, Aldwincle, white snake, boat
5lb 6oz Jim Davis, Luton, foam daddy
Bank – east arm, brookside, boat bay, dam (in a north wind)
Boat – most areas producing fish
wet or dry daddy, black hopper, red cruncher, small black shipmans, hares ear, black/green lure, candy booby, white/black snake.
Another wet week with many anglers only fishing a few hours. Luckily there has been no further flooding and the water although at a high level is clearing quickly.
A rod average of 2.4 is not as good as I expect in October but it’s pleasing that fish are being caught from most areas of the lake.
Despite the rain there are only a few daddies on the water but anglers continue to catch on wet and dry imitations.
Elinor will be holding two weekends when anglers can target pike from boats.
November 16th & 17th
November 30th & December 1st
Six boats available each day.
7.30am until dark.
Lures or sea deadbaits only. Payment in advance to secure booking.
Single angler boat £27.50
Two anglers in a boat £45.00
Bookngs/further info by email or telephone 01832 720786
Sunday November 10th
Dave Hughes Memorial Fur & Feather
£25.00 entry fee (£5.00 for season ticket holders) includes fishing fees. Same price for bank or boat anglers. Please book boats in advance.
9am – 3pm
6 fish limit then 2lb an hour time bonus.
Prizes for top 10.
Proceeds from the raffle will be shared between the Air Ambulance and the British Heart Foundation.