Middle Level providing steady form at bottom end

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The last week has seen some steady and consistent form on the Middle Level at the St Germans-Magdalen High Road stretch.

Slider, pole and tip have all been used with success.

Bream to 7lb, tench to 6lb, roach, perch and skimmers to 1lb have all been recorded in catches during the last seven days. Pinkie, squat, maggot, caster and worm have all been used as hook bait. Double reg maggot has produced the tench and bream on the tip.

Neepes, Crooked Chimney and Pingle: Roach and rudd showing on the whip and waggler at Pingle, bream to 4lb, skimmers to 2lb reported from Crooked Chimney on the tip. Neepes showing roach and rudd on the pole line.

Ten Mile Bank: Anglers desperate for the movement of the water as fishing improves whilst there is a little flow on the water. Bream to 4lb, and quality skimmers showing on the Modney Bridge stretch, quality roach to 12oz showing on tares, on the pole.

Brown’s Farm is also showing a few bream to 3lb on the tip. Tench also show on the slider, skimmers have also been present in this stretch.

Best baits this week have been maggot, tares, hemp and caster. A pike to 17lb has also been reported at the Denver end of Ten Mile Bank.

Springside: Plenty of carp to 15lb are showing again during the last week. Carp have been feeding more aggressively in and around the margins, on the method feeder when offering meat on the hook. Open water has also been productive when offering a popped up boilie on carp-style tactics. Roach and rudd feed strongly when targeted.

Shepherd’s Port, Bear Lake: Average stamp carp to 8lb show particularly well around the margins, open water has also scored well but the margins have produced the more consistent catches.

Queen’s Lake: Despite a slight dip in net weights, bream ranging from 2-6 lb showing on bream style tactics, pellet and maggot as hook baits have been rewarding. Roach and rudd also show well when fished for.

Shepherd’s Lake: Despite the lack of feeding carp, plenty of bream are showing on the tip in the mid-lake channel, bream-style tactics have been rewarding. Method feeder has also produced good catches of bream. Roach and rudd are also showing on the pole whip and waggler when presenting maggot and pinkie as a hook bait.

Ken Hill: Plenty of quality roach and rudd are showing on the whip and pole, waggler has also been rewarding when offering sweetcorn on the hook. Tench to 2lb are also showing.

Tottenhill: A slightly quieter week than of late, carp and bream still feeding and showing, early morning and late afternoon sessions have been more productive. Carp to 9lb and bream to 5lb reported.

Match dates on KLAA

waters from visiting clubs

Sunday: Middle Level, Sensas. Peppers-Magdalen High Rd, 40-50 pegs. Saturday, September 19: WICAC match Middle Level, St Mary’s-Magdalen High Rd, 100 pegs.

Sunday, September 20: Bear Lake, James Campbell memorial match. If anyone would like to enter contact Shaun Wright on 07966030821.

Townsend Lakes fishery match results

Sunday, Kingfisher Lake: 1 Ray Cook - peg 14 - 114lb 8oz - method feeder and corn meat in the margins, 2 Sam Hawkes - peg 32 - 114lb 2oz - margins, 3 Ashley Kinsey - peg 19 - 48lb 12oz - method feeder with pellet.