Dack to front at Ash Lake
PUBLISHED: 15:47 16 January 2008 | UPDATED: 14:08 02 July 2010
Match results: Saturday s open event on Ash lake at Tylers Common fishery was won by Graham Dack fishing peg four, he weighed in 60lbs 2ozs, he caught all through the match on maggot and pole. Second place went to R Pisano with 57lbs 10ozs, third Jason Co
Match results: Saturday's open event on Ash lake at Tylers Common fishery was won by Graham Dack fishing peg four, he weighed in 60lbs 2ozs, he caught all through the match on maggot and pole.
Second place went to R Pisano with 57lbs 10ozs, third Jason Collins with 52lbs 2ozs, fourth Alec Roberts with 26lbs 5ozs, fifth Len Golding with 26lbs 4ozs, sixth place to Dennis Lipscombe.
Collier Row AC this week fished a very out of sorts Cow Roast on the Grand Union Canal. Top weight to Pete Milano with 2lbs 8ozs and second place to Rob Smith with 1lbs 8ozs.
Third place to Rich Thompson with 12ozs, fourth place to Rob Shearing with 8ozs. All fish caught were small perch.
Future matches: Dennis Lipscombe will be running open matches on Willow and Ash alternately on Tuesday's during the winter months.
For further details ring Dennis on telephone number 07957 938 597.
Stillwater report: Tony Eustace fishing the Ash lake at Tylers had carp all day to 3lbs, he fished up in the water, laying on the bottom with the long pole, also the margins fished well.
Reports indicated there were a few carp out early this week on Wagtail around peg 32.
The Square Lake at the Warren fished well for the float fisherman this week when the silver fish started feeding during the mild spell.
Best of the bunch was Dave Hemmings who landed 15lbs of quality roach using bread punch on the pole, closely followed by Stan Howard who caught 14lbs of roach using maggot.
The main lake also fishing well, silverfish being caught with the best areas the beach and the north bank.
Corringham angler Roy Nye had a red letter day on Monday taking five bream between 5 and 7lbs on quiver tipped sweetcorn. The fish came in a frantic 90 minute spell from the north bank.
Monty Oates found the roach feeding and finished up with a nice 12lb haul from the north bank. Brian McKenzie of Romford caught roach regularly throughout the day.
No monster pike have been report at the venue but medium sized fish appeared regulars throughout the week.
Romford day ticket angler Jamie Bishop landed a well conditioned 17lb fish on Friday. Earlier in the week Canvey day ticket angler Ricky Bennett took a nice 16lb 10ozs specimen.
As from January 1st 2008 no junior under 12 years of age will be allowed on the lake unless they are accompanied by an adult for the complete duration of the stay.
This is an insurance situation, which applies to most of the fisheries throughout the UK.
Tide times: The high tide times for Harwich for the next week are as follows: Wednesday 16th 04.29am and 17.26pm. Thurs the 17th: 05.30am and 18.30pm. Friday the 18th: 06.40am and 19.39pm. Saturday the 19th: 08.00am and 20.51pm. Sunday 20th: 09.18am and 21.58pm.Monday 21st: 10.25am and 22.56pm. Tuesday 22nd: 11.21am 23.47pm.
To get the times for the following resorts deduct or add the following to Harwich times: Bradwell +29mts: Clacton +11mts: Felixstowe -11mts: Burnham on crouch + 42mts: River Orwell +20mts.
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