Fish feeding at Springside for King’s Lynn anglers

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By Darren Reed

The last week has seen a few anglers sitting on the bank at Springside.

Carp have again been showing on both carp style feeder methods as well as the traditional match style feeder, both have worked in luring the carp into feeding when offering corn or meat as a hook bait. Plenty of roach and rudd showing on both the pole and waggler when using maggot, pinkie and caster on the hook.

KLAA would like to inform its members new and old that Springside is the only venue which is open to fish. Day tickets can be purchased at the venue, KLAA members can use their current permits until April 1.

New permits are now available for the forthcoming season.

Match results from Townsend Lakes Fishery

Sunday, Kingfisher Lake, nine fished: 1 Sam Hawkes – peg 13 – 99lb 6oz – method feeder and corn with pellet; 2 Ashley Kinsey – peg 4 – 28lb 2oz – long pole pellet; 3 Del Maginn – peg 2 – 24lb – long pole maggot and pellet.

l Downham and District Angling Association’s annual meeting is at The Chequers at Wimbotsham on Monday, April 4, 7.30pm start, all welcome.

Further details at: www.dmdaa.co.uk.