King’s Lynn fish show briefly on odd milder days

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KLAA by Darren Reed

Another couple of weeks has passed and still not a lot to write home about with the conditions for the anglers.

Temperatures have been so unpredictable and cold frosty days have continued to keep anglers away. There was a break in the weather during the last weekend when a touch of milder weather arrived. This brought out a few anglers onto Ten Mile Bank. Only the odd peg around Modney Bridge did manage to show a few fish on the whip when alternating between maggot and pinkie. Roach and skimmers were showing with some fluency during the odd few days. A few specimen anglers were also roving around with very little rewards. Odd jacks and small pike have also shown on lures and dead baits on the Relief Channel at Denver and at some areas at TMB.

Springside: Carp to 9lb continue to feed despite the weather, conventional carp style tactics with a single yellow bait has been rewarding for the carp anglers.

Bear Lake has struggled to show any form of late, only a handful of carp reported in the last few weeks. Method feeder has been the only successful method used when offering either maggot, corn or small pellet on the hook.

Shepherd’s Lake has surprisingly been the lake to show some steady catches, bream to 5lb have been showing to the traditional bream style feeder tactics, also chub to 4lb have been showing over the bream baits. Quality roach have also been taking a liking to the bream baits that have been offered. Odd carp to 8lb have also shown when targeted with carp baits.

Tottenhill: Despite a few anglers being on the banks, the fish have been hard to find feeding, roach have shown on the waggler and pole when using pinkie and maggot. Bream have been very wary of the baits being offered but have occasionally showed to maggot baits on the tip and pole. Carp have been quiet but the odd one or two have shown meat on the method feeder in the margins.

Match results from Townsend Lakes fishery

Saturday, pairs match: winning pair 5 points Ricky Young 1 point and Tim Nash 4 points; second pair 8 points decided on weight 26lb 14oz Steven Hillman 5pts and Stuart 3pts; 3rd pair 8pts 22lb 6oz Colin Begbie 2pts and Myke Pollard 6pts. Top 3 weights: 1 Ricky Young 20lb 12oz, 2 Colin Begbie 16lb 10oz, 3 Stuart Curtis 14lb 4oz.

Sunday, Kingfisher Lake: 1 Sam Hawkes - peg 24 - 41lb - long pole pellet and maggot, 2 Alan Owen - peg 14 - 16lb 12oz - long pole maggot, 3 Colin Begbie - peg 19 - 12lb 2oz - long pole pellet.