Carp Springside show on both style feeder methods 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; weather has been up and down with both wind and rain affecting the angling.

Carp to 12lb have 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 or even a couple of dead red maggots.

Small boillies have also been used as a hook bait.

Plenty of roach and rudd showing on the pole, whip and waggler when using bread, maggot, pinkie and caster on the hook.

Match results from Townsend Lakes fishery.

Sunday, Cuckoo Canal: 1 Andy Deller – peg 18 – 87lb – short pole pellet; 2 Andy Adams – peg 16 – 86lb 8oz – pole pellet down track; 3 Steven Hillman – peg 10 – 72lb 8oz long pole and pellet and pellet down track.

l It is with regret to announce the passing of former Lynn tackle shop owner, and former KLAA club captain, Colin Stevens. The funeral service is to be held on Thursday, April 14 at Mintlyn Crematorium at 4pm. KLAA would like to offer their condolences to the family on this sad news.

l Easter was the final weekend of the Nar Valley Fisheries coarse season – and what a grand finale for those on the bank.

Regular member Ian Allan had a session to dream of when fishing Lake Geneva with mirror carp of 20lb 14oz, 19lb 4oz, 37lb 4oz, 22lb 10oz and commons of 33lb 5oz, 24lb 10oz and 16lb 8oz. Sean Fendick also had a good session with two superb common carp of 32lb and 34lb 8oz bringing the weekend total to four thirties. Fenn Lake has also had its fair share of quality carp with a number of twenties to 29lb.

Hobbs Lake Trout Fishery is in full swing with lots of fish on the move and superb over-wintered rainbows to 4lb taking nymphs and lures fished on a floating line at a depth of 2 to 3 feet. For more information contact Chris on 01553 636507.