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28/03/2022 at 4:21 pm #316576
PACKINGTON SOMERS FISHERY
Telephone: 01676 523833
MATCH RESULTS AND FISHING REPORT – WEEK ENDING 27/3/22
STARLETS VETS (MOLANDS/ANNIES)
1. Dave Duggan (Dams and Locks) 62 – 5 Peg 60 MOLANDS F1s and Carp on pole and Pellet
2.Mal Cooper (Packington) 58 – 14
3.Kevin Perry (Millpool AC) 53 – 12
4.Ron savage (Lanes Bait) 52 – 14
SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE OPEN
1. Keith Wooding (Packington) 84 – 15 Peg 45
Carp and F1s on Pole & Caster
2. Pete Heaven (SAC) 66 – 0
3 Steve Pearce (Packington) 62 – 10
4.=Phil Altimas (SAC) 56 – 15
4.= G James (Packington) 56 – 15
PACKINGTON VETS (GEARYS/GRATS/WILLOW)
1. Bryan Twaites (Packington) 78 – 6 Peg 24 GEARYS
Carp on Bomb and pellet
2. Mal Cooper (Packington) 76 – 7 3. John Batey (Packington) 58 – 6
4. Ray Durant (Ridgemere) 48 – 10
1. Steve Bellion (Maver) 85 – 7 Peg 31
Carp on Method Feeder
2. Richard Huckvale (Packington) 84- 5
3. Dave Elliot (Packington) 83 – 7
4. Ian Crossman (Browning Central) 69 – 9
1. Jack Shirley (SAC) 79 – 4 Peg 3
F1s and Carp on pole and meat
2.Stecv Pearce (Packington) 63 – 11
3.Gary Lakin (ALCOA) 63 – 7
4.Ron Savage (Lanes Baits) 47 – 1
MOLANDS The much warmer weather has seen a lot of fish coming up in the water with shallow tactics starting to work with waggler or pole combined with pellets working well. Meat down the margins has also caught a lot of carp and f1s later in the day. The biggest carp reported this week was a 24-6 mirror from peg 2 and there were a couple of other 20s that fell to floaters fished on the top. .The best pegs have been 1-15 and 43-60
GEARYS Carp anglers have reported catches of up to 20 fish including lots of doubles and the odd fish to just over 20lbs with tuna /fish flavoured boilies out to the middle stumps or close to the islands best. There were fished weighed in during matches to 20lb and nets to 100lbs with method feeder with wafters or dead maggot,bomb with big pellets and pole with hard pellet all doing well. The top pegs have been from 18 to 31 with the shallower water in best form
LITTLE GEARYS The top end of the pool has been best with pegs 1-11 and 25-30 producing the most consistent form. Meat has been the top bait fished short at 4m or down the margins with waggler /bomb and 6mm pellets also worth a go..
ANNIVERSARIES Match and pleasure catches to 60lb were caught and the pool has been showing consistent form from most areas. Pole fished caster, pellet or meat is catching f1s from 1-4lbs carp to 10lb and plenty of sivers including Ide to nearly 2lbs
GRATUITIES Carp to 15lb have been caught off the top on floaters and bomb with 8mm pellet fished to the island. The margin sport on the corner pegs has been really good with worm or meat catching lots of carp and f1s. For those that like the silver fish nets to 25lb of nice sized roach and skimmers are being caugfht on maggot or caster
WILLOW Pegs 1-6 have been the best pegs with anglers catching carp to double figures and f1s to 5lb in nets to 70lb +. Shallow pole with pellet and waggler with pellet have been the outstanding tactics but anglers have caught on most methods.
SIBLINGS A Fished much better this week with pleasure anglers reporting catches to over 100lb. Corn or meat down the margin,maggot or pellet down the middle and banded 6mm pellet across to the island have been the best tactics .
SIBLINGS B Nets to around 80lb were caught with most pegs around the end of the point giving great sport from f1s from 1-4lbs. Pellet ,meat ,maggot or caster fished short or down edges has been the way to go.
PACKINGTON SOMERS FISHERY
FORTHCOMING OPEN MATCHES
EVERY WEDNESDAY – SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE OPEN — MOLANDS
Draw 1pm, fish 2pm until 7pm.
SATURDAY 2nd APRIL – OPEN – GEARYS
Draw 9am, fish 10.30am until 4.30pm.
SUNDAY 3rd APRIL– OPEN— MOLANDS
Draw 9am, fish 10.30am until 3.30pm.
FISHERY OPENS AT 7.00am until 8pm
DAY TICKETS £!0.00/CONCESSIONARY TICKETS £8.00.
( £2 extra for 2 rods)
Contact the lodge on 01676 523833 for further details or check out our website on
packingtonestate.co.uk Also see us on Facebook (Packington Fisheries).
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