Angel of the North Fishing Lakes

Sunday 6th March 2011 Open Lookout
Conditions: - Mostly Cloudy, ambient temperature 4 deg, dew –1, humidity 70%, wind calm, barometer 1032.9 mb, moon phase waxing crescent, water temp 4.9, PH 7.52, DO 13.1, MV31

1st Dave Pearson 48lb 4oz peg 16aa on pellet
2nd Gaz Malman 40lb 9oz peg 11
3rd Chris Gowling 35lb 10oz peg 25
4th Tony Watson 24lb 9oz peg 27
5th Martin Robson 23lb 6oz peg 33
6th Neil Brown 17lb 9oz peg 14

Wednesday 2nd March 2011 open Lookout
Conditions: - Third overnight frost in a row, ambient temperature 5 deg with bright sunshine, humidity 70%, wind W 3mph, barometer high 1037.9 mb, moon phase waning crescent, water temp dropped to 4.6 deg, PH  7.45, DO 14.5 ppm.

1st Ian Gillis 36lb 5oz peg 28
2nd Ted Hudson 29lb 12oz peg 1
3rd Alan Mc Guire 28lb 6oz peg 3
4th Richard Wildman 23lb 3oz peg 15
5th Graham Skirrey 16lb 10oz peg 30
6th Ray Wallace 9lb peg 25

All Carp including crucian, common, mirror, Koi, are feeding well early /dawn and late/dusk, also if you get on a shoal there are some good catches to be had, on banded or hair rigged pellet, fish tight to the margin reeds on island or far bank, and feed very small amounts of angel feed pellet, or on feeder small amount of groundbait mixed with angel pellets.

Silvers including tench, rudd, roach, ide, Orfe, skimmers, bream, perch, all catching well try mid water at 12 meters or 4 meters of the bottom shelf, red maggots working well, banded pellets, use small amount of ground bait and 3mm angel pellets soaked.

Fishing Methods Methods working are Pole, float/waggler, Bomb and feeder

Best Baits hook: Pellet, Maggot, Caster, Worm,

Only allowed as Feed bait – Angel Feed Pellets

Remember don’t overfeed just small amounts as water temperature is still cool at 4.9 deg although some good colour to the water.

Angel Fishing Club Junior Match 30th April   all juniors welcome please phone with names.