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Weekly Report

 

Trap Weekly Report

Updated 22 July  2021

 

 

 We  require all anglers to log there attendance on the daily log sheet found on the table in the washroom. We must still observe social distancing at all times and use hand sanitiser after use of the toilets and gates.

Now to the fishing;

There have been good weights all around over the past few weeks, with some very notable catches between 20 and 30lb of mixed silvers, with Beam and F1`s the dominant species, however good numbers of quality roach and quite surprisingly a fair few Tench are starting to show.

Peg choice, is a personal thing, obviously there are a number of flyers that produce consistently, but comfort is a huge consideration during the recent heatwave and the Trap Pool offers loads of pegs with shade and protection from the sun. These are 21 to 28, 36 to 44 and all have good form.

The Tea Pot pegs ( 1 to 8 ) providing plenty of roach and perch close in, but if you have the patience, then corn or meat fished in 8 to 12 feet of water (especially in the evenings) are producing Bream and skimmers.

There has not been a lot of action on the Carp front, as fish can be seen basking all over the pool, and not too many carp anglers on the bank, I am sure this will change just as soon as this heatwave is over.

I would like to be able to give you a list of the best peg numbers, but to be quite honest, its pretty even all around, there are obviously the usual flyers;

12, 17,20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 33, 35, 36, 43, 44 covers most of these

Best baits probably maggots and casters for silvers, corn and meat and worm for skimmers and F1`s.

Incidentally, despite the hot conditions, a surprising number of fish are coming to feeder tactics in the deep water (15 to 18 feet) for this try pegs 13,15,17,19, and 29 to 36

 

 

Day tickets are available on the bank, but please dip your nets in the solution provided before setting up.

The F1`s, stocked earlier this year have quite delicate mouths and we ask that all such fish are netted and not swung in..


 

 

We recently stocked with 1000 F1`s and they are begining to show in numbers, in particular from the shallow pegs.