Angling: Tylers Common continues to perform well

PUBLISHED: 18:00 08 June 2012




All the latest from the lakes

Stillwater report: Tylers Common has seen the carp spawning in their hundreds, but fortunately the cycle has now finished.

All the lakes are fishing well, with good match results. Pleasure anglers are also getting good returns with all methods producing likewise with most baits.

Redbridge Silverfish Lakes are seeing anglers having double-figure catches, with roach, rudd, skimmers, crucians also some quality bream. Again, baits needed are simple maggot caster pinkies and corn.

Match results: Elm Park & Hornchurch held their Feeley Field Trophy at their Brentwood fishery recently and top weight went to John Aldis with 20lbs 13ozs.

Colin Luff was second with 16lbs 4ozs and third went to Bernie Hamilton with 12lbs 8ozs 8dms.

Fourth spot was won by Keith Austin with 12lbs 4ozs, while D Alexander took fifth with 10lbs 4ozs.

Maldon AS fished their Tuesday concessionary match at their Slough House Farm Lake.

Dave Foster took top spot with an all-roach catch of 20lbs 2ozs, with Dave Harley second with 19lbs 8ozs, third went to Albert Kitchen with 18lbs 12ozs.

Dave Auston took fifth with 15lbs 3ozs.

Elm Park’s annual pairs match was held at Suffolk Water Park where Peter Jones and Colin Luff won with a total weight of 216lbs 15ozs.

Second place went to Bernie Hamilton and Dave Tosley with a haul of 150lbs 7ozs 8dms, while Dave George junior and Keith Leverett took third with a total weight of 150lbs 5ozs.

Match diary: For details of Saturday Opens at Tylers Common on Horseshoe Lake, ring Bobby Wager on 07970 258737.

For the Opens at A12 Cuton Match Lake, ring Scott on 07946 847703 or Neil on 07958 336691.

Redbridge Lakes are running Tuesday evening matches. The draw is at 4.30pm with fishing starting at 5.30pm. For details ring 0208 551 5663.

Coarse, sea and fly fishing anglers can report their catches and match results on lakes, beach and boat. Ring Keith Leverett on 01621 869728 or 07836 327843 or e-mail

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