Angel of the North Fishing Lakes Open to March 2nd

Sunday 2nd March 2008 Open Bowes

Reward Offered
We have had intruders (2) with nightlines in Angel  lakes on Monday Evening / Tuesday early morning we are offering a reward for information to gain an arrest and conviction  of the people involved in these offences.

 
Congratulations to the Angel of the North Fishing Club Team for winning the first round against Langley Park A team,
 
Ambient temperature 11 deg, humidity 47%, wind WNW gusting to 25mph, barometer 1003.1, moon phase waning crescent,   water temperature dropped to 4.7 to 4.9 deg, PH 7.86, DO 14.4 (wind lifting DO levels), conductivity -84. 
1st Chris Owers Angel 30lb 10oz peg 17
2nd Eddie Hern Angel 19lb 2oz peg 3
3rd Steve Mc Court 7lb 8oz peg 7
4th Gordon Robson 4lb peg 4
5th Kim Cristie 3lb 11oz peg 39
6th     Neil Brown & Dave Hodgson
 
Chris used bomb towards island with single maggot
 
Another very windy week,  knocking presentation on all methods of fishing, you could almost use trotting techniques in the high winds as the water was moving so fast and wave motion was incredible, water temperature dropped again but still catches were made, Fish have been following the wind and are moving well. 
 
Bassetts mixed coarse What a gem this pond is in the high winds it is very sheltered and anglers use all methods however pole, and waggler working well this week. Young Sarah Jackson with her granddad caught some carp from last years Angel bred at 6 oz to 2lb 10oz mirror as well as ide, skimmers and Rudd.
 
Lookout mixed coarse Some excellent catches with the first crucian out this year also Rudd, roach, ide, carp, perch, tench and lots of skimmers and bream. Keeping your box or chair fixed down and your tackle stowed away has been very necessary in the winds.
 
Bowes carp choice of good pegs is depending on wind direction it may not be comfortable for the angler to have wind directly in your face but that is where the fish are.  Some good fish being caught and not bad numbers considering water temperatures. Mark Smith Jnr enjoying some excellent catches and having to change pegs because of wind direction change.