Our Syndicate water has been reasonably quiet this week, a combination of the Olympics proving very popular and the exceptionally warm weather less so! Reported fish include a smashing 38lbs 2ozs mirror for venue regular Dave Reekie taken on a pop up which he presented over a carpet of Mainline Grange baits, Pallatrax rod Oisin Riley bagged a 22lbs 8oz fish on ever popular Jungle (now available in our onsite shop) and the same baits accounted for a 28lbs carp for Steve Ellison; finally, Mal Best chipped in with 30lbs 6ozs mirror. Also of note was yet another personal best specimen eel in excess of 4lbs for Gavin Hewitt……a pleasant surprise!
At Emperor Lakes, we are keen to offer incentives for anglers who already fish with us, and those who haven’t had chance yet. Beginning in September we will be running two competitions each month which are completely free to enter and you can win free sessions at Emperor Lakes. To encourage anglers to submit catch reports, the best picture submitted to us throughout the month will win a 24 hour session and we will also offer a 48 hour session for two anglers midweek as part of our ongoing social media campaigns so please check out our Facebook pages and make sure you ‘like’ us to find out more!
Meanwhile, on the day ticket lakes, Richard Wood netted a brace of 16lbs carp on a short day visit, Russell Baker ended a lean spell with a 20lbs 6oz catfish which picked up his Mainline Cell hook baits. Dave Wood fished a longer session to land four different species; Dave took grass carp to 14lbs 11ozs, double figure moggies, common carp to 20lbs 13ozs and more than twenty tench to 5lbs+ in an amazing session where he everything he tried worked! Highlight of the week has to be a superb mirror of 34lbs 7ozs for Dan Gay who also added a 20lbs cat to his tally.
Russell Baker with his catfish
Fish have been added to a number of lakes this week, five big cats each weighing over 20lbs have been introduced into the bottom lake along with several carp to 21lbs and in other news, our fish rearing facility has had another stocking of fry to grow on and help maintain bio security. We are confident that our home grown fish will provide the very best sport for years to come!
Our brand new website should go live very soon; www.emperorlakes.co.uk and bookings for the April 2013 when our current syndicate lake reverts to day ticket status are now being taken on 07814 060147