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Weekly Report

 

Trap Weekly Report

Updated November 12th 2019

 

 

 

Water is very clear at the moment, but despite that good weights can still be caught on both pole and tip. It goes without saying, cloudy overcast days are best.

Quality roach and Perch can be caught from all the usual pegs, Ide are only being caught from a few areas, namely pegs 42, 45, 12 and 12A. But the biggest surprise is the number of bream and skimmers being caught. Best method is undoubtedly the feeder and best pegs are 13,15,19, 32,33. To avoid the smaller fish try either tripple red maggot on a 14 or corn and maybe soft 6mm pellet.

This past sunday saw the best non carp weight of the year with over 30lb of skimmers from peg 19, and this was in far less than ideal conditions.

 

 

 

The club have revised the ONE ROD RULE, and are now allowing a max of 2 rods.

 

 

 Membership Cards is now available on the bank and priced at £40 seniors, £25  for over 65`s and £10 Juniors.

Day tickets remain at £8 senior and £4 junior and can be purchased on the bank..

 

REMEBER TO RENEW YOUR NATIONAL RESOURCES WALES ROD LICENCE. BEFORE FISHING FROM 1st APRIL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

I SHOULD LIKE TO REMIND ALL MEMBERS THAT NIGHT FISHING IS BANNED ON THE TRAP POOL. There have been reports of nightfishing going on, and the Committee is working to discover the culprits. Anyone caught, will be asked to leave the water and will receive an automatic ban.

If you are planning to visit the water, please remember to purchase your day ticket from Lionels Tackle BEFORE FISHING .  For opening hours use the link to Lionels Tackle, on the Useful Links Page.