Ten Mile Bank busy from Piggeries back to Chapel for King’s Lynn anglers

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The last week has seen another increase in anglers on the banks of the two big rivers.

Ten Mile Bank (TMB) has started to show steady and consistent catches from the Piggeries back to the Chapel.

Piggeries have been showing skimmers to 1lb and roach on the pole line. Wissey mouth has shown bream to 5lb in the mouth on the far side on the tip, 30lb nets reported.

Railway Bridge stretch has been the busiest on TMB, 40lb mixed bags have been recorded from pole and whip anglers, bream to 5lb, skimmers to 2lb, and quality roach to 1lb have all shown in catches reported.

Other catches of 22lb and 34lb have been reported from Brown’s Farm stretch. Best baits have included pinkie, maggot, caster, worm and corn.

Middle Level, Pingle-Mortons: Skimmers, roach and bream to 4lb 10oz have been reported from tip and pole anglers, Pingle bridge stretch being the more productive.

Neepes has been attracting a few anglers as the roach begin to feed on the seed baits that are being offered,

Tares on the hook when feeding hemp has bought in quality roach to a pound; 25lb nets have been reported. A perch of 2lb has also been reported.

High Road-Peters: Odd bream to 5lb, skimmers to 2lb, odd tench and plenty of roach showing on the 7-10 metre line on the pole.

Peter’s-Peppers has again produced the better catches, bream to 5lb, tench to 7lb, roach and perch all showing on the tip and pole; 30lb mixed bags reported.

Best baits have been pinkie, maggot, worm caster and corn.

Springside: Still showing very good form, carp to 13lb reported in a catch of 20 carp in a single session all caught on the pole whilst offering pellet on the hook.

Plenty of other carp showing on the pole and method feeder when offering corn, meat and pellet as a hook bait. Quality roach and rudd showing when being targeted on the pole and waggler.

Bear Lake: Carp to 16lb 8oz showing on this busy lake, carp showing on all methods that are being presented, corn and pellet working well on both the method feeder and pole. Multiple catches continue to be reported from anywhere around the lake.

Queen’s Lake: Bream catches continue to be reported, bream between 3-7lb have been showing on standard bream tactics on the tip.

Quality skimmers to 2lb, and roach and rudd showing on the waggler and pole when offering maggot on the hook.

Shepherd’s Lake: Plenty of mixed catches being reported: carp to 14lb, bream to 5lb, chub to 2lb 8oz, tench to 2lb 10oz, skimmers roach and rudd.

Carp tactics, match style method feeders, pole line and waggler have all produced quality catches. Maggot, boillie, corn, caster and worm have all been used with success as a hook bait.

Tottenhill: Carp and bream feeding well during the last seven days. Tip and pole have enjoyed success with both methods reaping the rewards, Carp to 12lb 11oz and bream to 4lb 9oz have been recorded.

Corn, pellet, meat and boillie have been rewarding on the hook.

Matches on KLAA waters

DMDAA Sunday, Peters Bridge, 10 pegs upstream from Bridge.

Could all pleasure anglers be aware and do not fish in the area on the day where the match is taking place.

Match results from Townsend Lakes fishery.

Sunday, Kingfisher Lake: 1 Paul – peg 16 – 70lb 14oz – skimmers on the pellet and carp later in the margins; 2 Simon Gilbey – peg 21 – 56lb 8oz – good run of carp in the margin towards the end; 3 Bob Fitzjohn – peg 19 – 54lb 2oz – 50lb of skimmers on the worm.