Catch Report Week Ending 13/11/17 Mick Pearson has got off to a great start to his session, using varying tactics, he landed a 29lb 8oz mirror on his first night using a balanced corn hookbait in soild PVA bag of corn and then, on his second day slipped the net under the “Harry Potter fish” at its biggest ever weight of 37lb 7oz with Mainlines Salty squid pop up doing the trick for Mick, who fished it over a light bed of pellet at range from a central area. Nicholas Mee joined us for his first trip to the lake and banked a lovely 31lb 11oz mirror. Regularly spodding little and often over his Mainline IB pop up, using a couple of kilo of hemp and corn proved the right way to go. Leigh Storr landed a couple of twenties including a beautiful 29lb 2oz common. Fishing at 15 wraps to a clear spot he presented his Tutti frutti pop up over a light scattering of bait. Graham Edwards cast his double corn bait out in a solid bag of crushed Krill boilie and then banked himself a 27lb mirror. There were a few other fish unfortunately being lost over the course of the week, proving the lake is still producing consistant bites to anglers, despite falling water temperatures down to 8.4 degrees c.

Catch Report Week Ending 13/11/17Mick Pearson has got off to a great start to his session, using varying tactics, he landed a 29lb 8oz mirror on his first night using a balanced corn hookbait in soild PVA bag of corn and then, on his second day slipped the net under the Harry Potter fish at its biggest ever weight of 37lb 7oz with Mainlines Salty squid pop up doing the trick for Mick, who fished it over a light bed of pellet at range from a central area.Nicholas Mee joined us for his first trip to the lake and banked a lovely 31lb 11oz mirror. Regularly spodding little and often over his Mainline IB pop up, using a couple of kilo of hemp and corn proved the right way to go.Leigh Storr landed a couple of twenties including a beautiful 29lb 2oz common. Fishing at 15 wraps to a clear spot he presented his Tutti frutti pop up over a light scattering of bait.Graham Edwards cast his double corn bait out in a solid bag of crushed Krill boilie and then banked himself a 27lb mirror.There were a few other fish unfortunately being lost over the course of the week, proving the lake is still producing consistant bites to anglers, despite falling water temperatures down to 8.4 degrees c.
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