Angel of the North Fishing Lakes

Sunday 1st April 2012 league/open Lookout
Conditions:- heavy overnight frost, then Sunny, ambient temp 3 deg, humidity 87%, wind WNW 9mph, barometer 1021.3 mb, moon phase waxing gibbous, water temp 10 deg, PH 7.66, DO 7.1, mv 43

1st Paul Jackson 54lb 10oz peg 16aa
2nd Chris Owers 36lb 12oz peg 12
3rd Chris Gowling 32lb 11oz peg 25

Section 1 Graham Skirrey 30lb 10oz peg 2
Section 2 Peter Cairns 32lb 9oz peg 5
Section 3 Robbie Schindler 26lb 10oz peg 31
Section 4 Richard Wildman 21lb 10oz peg 14


Saturday 31st March 2012 open Bowes
Conditions:- Rain, overcast, ambient temp 6 deg, wind N9 mph, barometer 1020.00 , moon phase first quarter, water temp 11.3 deg, DO 6.1, PH 7.78,mv 50

1st Jonny Trainor 51lb 14oz peg 22
2nd Dave Pearson 50lb 10oz peg 2
3rd Rob Emmery 41lb 04oz peg 34
4th Ted Hudson 34lb 4oz peg 24
5th Mark Wilson 22lb 9oz peg 40
6th  Graham Skirrey 20lb 7oz peg 10

Wed 28th March 2012 open Bowes
Conditions:-  sunny, ambient temp 21 deg, wind WNW 5mph, barometer 1030.1mb, water temp 10.8, DO 7.2, PH 7.64, MV42

1st Neil Brown 27lb 3oz peg 18
2nd Steve Guy 25lb 9oz  peg 22
3rd Jonny Trainor 22lb 11oz peg 34
4th Richard Wildman 17lb 3oz peg 26
5th Steve Jaques 14lb 6oz peg 2
6th John Foster 10lb 12oz peg 38

Cracking fishing going on as water temperatures went to 17.4 deg on Monday, Then came the morning frosts and water temperatures drop to 9.8 deg with some great weights of fish being caught both pleasure of example Bob Hargreives from Newcastle on a day ticket took more than 120lb of carp, orfe. Skimmers and crucians with 4 tench as well on Lookout , and match weights of 54lb 10oz.

Bowes has had some good bream to 7lb 10oz by Ian Dixon and several large doubles of Carp, he also caught tench at 6lb 1oz, Ian tends to fish both early and late.

Norman Eaden has had several very busy days on Bassetts almost a fish a chuck with Ide, Orfe, Carp, Roach, Tench, skimmers and crucians his average half day produces more than 50 fish caught in a session. Great fishing out of the pond. 

Ann Adlington -