Nisa Open, Makins Lake Two, October 25th, 2023

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        Makins Fishery sponsored by Tackle Guru
        DATE: 25 OCTOBER 2023
        Place Peg Angler’s Name Sponsor/Club Weight-lb/oz
        1st B13 Darren MILNE Hinckley 118-06
        2nd A21 Andy FINDLAY Preston Innovations/Sonubaits 106-11
        3rd B3 Martyn CARPENTER MR Angling 60-13
        The cold start to the day, which for a change proved quite bright and sunny at times, meant that it took a while for the fish to feed, and once again it was the latter stages that proved crucial in deciding the top places.

        At last Darren Milne came good on a Nisa Wednesday Open, with an excellent win from peg B13. After failing to catch on either the method feeder or the bomb, Daz switched to pole, and fishing top 2+2 with a hard pellet bait, found carp feeding and caught well to the end to put 118-06 on the scales for his win.

        Andy Findlay had to settle to settle for second place once again (third successive time). On peg A21, he found fish hard to find until the latter stages when he caught on the method feeder in his margins, mainly in the final hour.

        Martyn Carpenter (peg B3) was third with 60-13. He caught on method feeder fished to the island at first and then on the pole (top 2+3) in the latter stages.

        Once again, everyone fishing caught fish which is the main object of the day.

        The photo shows the winner with one of the fish from his winning catch. Once again, many thanks to Phil Hunt for running the match.

        As “Summer Time” ends this weekend, the matches will be for 5 hours (10 am to 3 pm) from now on.

        NB. Nisa Opens are held every Wednesday on Lake Two at Makins Fishery (see Facebook “Nisa – midweek open matches” to book a place).

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