136 anglers caught 404 fish of which 276 were returned.
7lb 2oz Ray Ward, Olney, black buzzer, boat
6lb 9oz Ray Ward, Olney, black buzzer, boat
6lb 8oz Chris Selby, Yaxley, pink snake
6lb 0oz Bob Senior, Stamford, daddy, boat
5lb 12oz George Lyall, Oakham, black buzzer, boat
5lb 7oz Ray Ward, Olney, black buzzer, boat
5lb 6oz Steve Freeman, St Neots, pheasant tail, boat
5lb 2oz Mick Tracey, Bedford, orange fab, boat
Bank – brookside, east arm, boat bay, dam
Boat – well spread down the middle
black buzzer, red cruncher, black hopper, black spider, dry or wet daddy, white/green lures, pink or black snake.
During bright sunshine the fishing was tricky, especially from the bank. Boat anglers continued to catch if they fished 2 – 4 foot down with a floater/midgetip with a washing line set up or an intermediate with lures.
When there is cloud cover there are plenty of fish rising to hatching buzzers.
Fish are well spread with most areas producing apart from the West arm.
The rain this week should allow some daddies to hatch.
There continues to be a good number of 4lb+ fish caught.
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.