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Weekly Report

 

Trap Weekly Report

Updated 24th April  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;

Some excellent weights are now being taken by pleasure anglers from all areas of the pool. Most bags are made up of either skimmers and Bream, or F1`s.

Quality roach are being caught high in the water, but the water has yet to colour up so on bright sunny days it may be best to fish waggler or long lining with a pole.

Best bait is probably maggot, but pellet and caster also getting good results.

Best pegs;

for skimmers and Bream  -   almost anywhere, however notable catches have come from 6, 17, 19, 20, 25, 28, 33

The F1`s tend to favour the shallows with 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28 and 42 all producing good numbers. I know these F1`s are only small 3 to 8 oz but we ask that all fish are landed using a net and handled with care as some have been seen to have damaged lips and they have only been in the pool for little over a month.

The Welsh Government are now allowing matches to take place after 26th April, with a max of 30 people. Our first match will be on May 2nd. We will be using pegs 8 to 36 and ask that these pegs be left free until after the match at 2pm.

 

 

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