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      geepster
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        PACKINGTON SOMERS FISHERY
        Telephone: 01676 523833
        FISHING AND MATCH REPORT – WEEK ENDING 30/4/17

        MATCH RESULTS

        STARLETS VETS
        (MOLANDS/GEARYS/ANNIVERSARIES)
        1. Brian Overton (Packington) 54 -14 Peg 43 MOLANDS
        Carp on Bomb & Pellet
        2. Phil Hull (Packington) 46 – 2
        3. Keith Edwards (Packington) 42 -13
        4. Dave Smith (Fishing Lodge) 41 -11

        SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE WEDNESDAY OPEN
        (MOLANDS)
        1. Phil Canning (Frenzee) 167 – 8 Peg 47
        Carp & F1s on Pole & Maggot
        2. Pete Murray (Packington) 116 -13
        3. Mick Bull (Frenzee) 111 -14
        4. Nick Jukes (Smithys) 97 – 8

        MAYPOLE AC (GEARYS)
        1. John Johnson 102 -10 Peg 9
        Carp on Bomb & Pellet
        2. Ray Chandler 87 – 6
        3. Keith Webb 68 – 0

        PACKINGTON VETS (LITTLE GEARYS & SIBLINGS)
        1. Mick Gibbs (Chiltern Baits) 86 -12 Peg 7 LITTLE GEARYS
        2. Ron Savage (Lanes Bait) 52 – 1
        3. Dave Duggan (Dams & Locks) 44 – 5
        4. John Smith (Packington) 36 – 5

        MEM CLUB (LITTLE GEARYS)
        1. Darren Edwards 72 – 1 Peg 20
        F1s on Pole & Feeder
        2. Martin Tomkins 44 -12
        3. Wayne Russon 40 -13

        PICKLE AC (ANNIVERSARIES)
        1. J Sidwell 60 – 2 Peg 2
        F1s & Bream on Pole & Paste
        2. T Sidwell 33 -12
        3. C Robinson 31 – 0

        SATURDAY OPEN (GEARYS)
        1. Dave Elliott (Packington) 105 – 7 Peg 11
        Carp on Bomb & Pellet
        2. Tony Taylor (Packington) 102 – 7
        3. Daniel Tresigne (Smithys) 89 – 4
        4. Ian Keywood (Solihull Angling) 54 -14

        TAMWORTH TACKLE AC (LITTLE GEARYS)
        1. Kevin Lee 57 – 1 Peg 15
        F1s on Pole & Caster
        2. Chris Phillips 44 – 0
        3. Tommy Packwich 38 – 0

        SUNDAY OPEN (MOLANDS)
        1. Stu Hipkins (Frenzee) 56 -11 Peg 2
        Carp on Pole & Maggot
        2. Ian Keywood (Solihull Angling) 33 – 0
        3. Ian Teggs (Packington) 23 – 8
        4. Tony Thorne (Packington) 19 – 8

        SMITHYS SPRING LEAGUE (GEARYS)
        1. Darren Coates 102 – 5 Peg 17
        Carp on Bomb & Pellet
        2. Jon Newton 97 – 6
        3. Scott Smith 97 – 3
        4. Carl Lee- Hopps 88 – 5

        REPORT

        MOLANDS Fished very well in the week with the biggest weight of the year so far at 167lb winning Wednesday’s match but sport dropped off at the weekend with the F1s switching off. Pole fished maggot, pellet or caster on the deck or shallow at 10 – 13 metres has been the most consistent tactic for F1s. The carp are showing better to bomb with boilies or pellet fished tight across to the island. Best pegs have been 1 – 4, 10, 12, 27 – 31, 43 – 48 and 56 – 60.

        GEARYS In the best form of the year with 100lb needed to win all matches this week and good back up weights. Pleasure anglers have also enjoyed good success with lots of double figure carp and fish to 20lb have been caught. Bomb and pellet or boilies has been the top tactic but in the evenings, corn, maggot or pinkies down the margins are also working well. Good nets of bream and skimmers are being caught too with catches to 50lb on the pole with caster or maggot.

        LITTLE GEARYS Various tactics have been working this week with pellet feeder tight to the island, long pole with pellet or caster fished shallow and down the margins with either corn or meat. Nets to over 80lb caught in matches but pleasure anglers, particularly those fishing later in the day have exceeded that. Best pegs have been 3, 7 – 9, 15, 20 – 23 and 27 – 29.

        GRATUITIES There have been some cracking nets of bream on pegs 5 – 8 with fish to 5lb coming to corn or worm. Carp are being caught off the top with dog biscuit or bread and on the waggler with corn or pellet fished out to the middle island.

        WILLOW Fished well this week with nets of carp and F1s being caught on most pegs. Varied tactics have been working from float fished corn or meat down the edges to pellet waggler or feeder fished across to the middle island. Carp to 19lb have also been caught this week.

        SIBLINGS A (Doughnut) Still a little patchy but if you are on them you can have a good day with F1s, carp, tench, skimmers and ide all being caught to pole fished maggot, caster or pellet, feeding micros or small amounts of ground bait.

        SIBLINGS B (Horseshoe) More consistent with lots of F1s being caught on caster or pellet. Most found fishing across to the far bank was working best but later in the day fishing close in. Skimmers, tench ide, carp and the odd barbel are also being caught.

        ANNIVERSARIES Lots of F1s in the 1 – 2lb bracket are being caught all around the pool on pole and pellet or maggot. The bream and tench have been a little more localised with pegs 2 – 4 and 21 – 23 producing fish to 5lb.

        FORTHCOMING MATCHES

        SATURDAY 6th MAY – OPEN MATCH – MOLANDS
        Draw 9am, fish 10.30am to 3.30pm

        SUNDAY 7th MAY – OPEN MATCH – LITTLE GEARYS
        Draw 9am, fish 10.30am to 3.30pm

        EVERY WEDNESDAY – SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE OPEN MATCH
        Draw is now 1pm, fish 2.15pm to 7.15pm

        DAY TICKET OFFER

        TO CLAIM A 50% DISCOUNT OFF A DAY TICKET PLEASE EMAIL [email protected] FOR A VOUCHER.

        SEASON TICKETS

        SEASON TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE. £175.00 FOR A FULL TICKET AND £155.00 FOR A CONCESSIONARY TICKET. PLEASE CONTACT THE LODGE.

        FISHERY OPENING AND CLOSING TIMES

        FROM WEDNESDAY 1st MARCH THE FISHERY WILL OPEN AT 7am AND CLOSE AT DUSK. NORMAL PRICES NOW APPLY WITH DAY TICKETS AT £9.00 AND CONCESSIONS AT £7.00.

        LOYALTY SCHEME

        FISH SIX TIMES AND GET A TICKET FREE.

        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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