STARLETS VETS (LITTLE GEARYS/SIBLINGS/WILLOW)
1. Derek Hartshorn (Packington) 55 – 12 Peg 9 LITTLE GEARYS
F1s And Carp on on Bomb and pellet
2. Pat Clark(Packington) 40 – 7
3.Dave Smith (Packington) 37 – 3
SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE OPEN
1. Mark Sumners (Packington) 81 – 1 Peg 10 GEARYS
Carp on Pole/Bomb & Pellet
2. Pete Heaven (Packington) 69 – 10
3.AnDy Christie (Packington) 55 – 13
4.Ian Keywood (SAC) 44 – 12
PACKINGTON VETS (MOLANDS)
1. Billy Hawkes (Lucas) 60 – 2 Peg 4
F1s & Carp on bomb and pellet
2.Keith Winn (Lanes Bait) 54 – 4 3. Keith Deaner (Smithys) 37 – 13
4 .Pete Gould (Packington ) 37 – 2
1. Dave Elliot (Packington) 60 – 0 Peg 58 MOLANDS
F1s on Pole & Pellet
2. David Haynes (DHP) 57- 10
3. Dave Neal (Lanes Bait) 30 – 13
4. Ian Keywood (SAC) 21 -12
RIDGEMERE BLACKS AC (ANNIES)
1. Carl 22 – 5 Peg 8
F1s on pole and pellet
2. pete 21 – 3
3. darren 17-13
SONUBAITS PACKINGTON WINTER LEAGUE
1. Lee Richards (Packington) 98 – 11 Peg 2 MOLANDS
F1s on Pole and Pellet
2.Pete Murray (Packington) 73 – 0
3. Dave Elliot (Packington) 48 – 7
4.Craig Williams (Packington) 47 – 15
5.Richie Hull (Garbolino) 47 – 0
6. John Khan (Packington) 44 – 13
1.Phil Canning (Nufish ) 24pts 476 – 9
2.Dan Tresigne (Smithys) 33pts 405 – 11
3.Dave Elliot (Packington) 39pts 420 – 4
4.Jon Atrhur (Matrix) 46pts 370 – 2
MOLANDS The Pegs at the windward end have been best with 1- 15 and 56-60 in the best form with nets to 100lb caught and some nice fish with carp to 23-12 and f1s to 8lb.. In the matches bomb or waggler with pellet, small method or pellet feeder with wafters and pole with banded hard pellet have been the notable tactics. The 23-12 mirror was caught on a method feeder and wafter by vets angler Dave Crozier
GEARYS The windy weather conditions suit the carp on Gearys as match weights to around 80lb were caught along with specimens to 21lb . Method feeder or bomb with 8mm pellet were the best approach and later in the day a few fish were caught on corn fished down the edge. Carp anglers reported fish to 21lb on boilies or big pellet fished out at range to the middle stumps.
LITTLE GEARYS Fished a little better this week with match and pleasure angler catching bags to 70lb. Maggot feeder, bomb with 6mm or bread pellet and pole with maggot/pellet have been the best tactics. The car park side has been most consistent area on pegs 21- 28
ANNIVERSARIES THE new Stock F1s are still held up in the bay on pegs 7 – 9 with carp and F1s showing there caught on pole fished maggot or pellet. In the open water, a wafter or bomb with 6mm pellet has been working well for the F1s to 4lb and this is where the biggest catches are coming from with nets to 50lb this week.
GRATUITIES The far side from pegs 9 – 15 has been in the best form with carp to 5lb, F1s, skimmers and roach showing to pole fished maggot/expander pellet or a small feeder fished tight to the island.
WILLOW Always popular and very consistent willow has seen Carp to 15lb, F1s to 5lb and silver fish including some nice chub and ide were coming to maggots or pellet on the pole or waggler and we even saw some good catches from the margins on corn or worm.
SIBLINGS A Fished well at the start of the week but sport slowed through the weeekend. Maggot or expander pellet on the pole fished down the middle has been working best but also dobbing bread across to the far side.with carp to double figures and f1s from 1-4lb being the main target
SIBLINGS B Nets to around 50lb were caught this week mainly f1s upto 3lb with the odd better carp or f1. Pole fished maggot , expander pellet and banded hard 4mm pellet have been the better tactics but on the wider areas a small maggot or pellet feeder has also worked
FORTHCOMING OPEN MATCHES
EVERY WEDNESDAY – SOLIHULL ANGLING CENTRE OPEN ROVER MATCH
Draw 10.30am, fish 11am until 4pm.
SATURDAY 5TH MARCH – OPEN – GEARYS
Draw 9am, fish 10.30am until 4.30pm.
SUNDAY 6TH MARCH – OPEN – LITTLE GEARYS
Draw 9am, fish 10.30am until 3.30pm.
FISHERY OPENS AT 7.00am until 6.30pm
DAY TICKETS £!0.00/CONCESSIONARY TICKETS £8.00.
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