Tylers Common continues to produce great results

PUBLISHED: 18:31 15 June 2012




Angling: All the latest news from the lakes

Stillwater report: Tylers Common anglers are having excellent results from all the lakes.

Wagtail has produced quality tench and bream from most areas with carp into double figures.

Ash and Willow Lakes have also been good from most areas, with all baits working well.

Horseshoe Lake anglers are catching from the islands and down the track.

Match results: Redbridge Lakes’ Silverfish match was a tough encounter with most weights around the 5lbs.

But John Davies fished loose fed pinkies up in the water for skimmers and roach for 12lbs 4ozs.

Second went to D Peterson on 9lbs and F Brown was third with 6lbs 12ozs.

The Essex Thursday Club fished their regular Oakford Lakes venue on the middle lake and top weight went to Peter Jones with 203lbs, with Ray Nicholls second on 153lbs. Third was Dave George with 139lbs.

Jubilee Open

San Phung had a convincing win in the 19-peg Tuesday Jubilee Open at Redbridge Lakes’ match with 27lbs 8ozs.

Second was Dickie Carr on 14lbs 2ozs and F Brown was third once again with 11lbs 14ozs.

The Saturday Open at Redbridge, held in windy conditions, saw a 14lbs 5ozs win for G Eales.

Second went to J Young on 12lbs 11ozs and third was G Bullock on 11lbs 10ozs.

The Saturday Open at Tylers Common was held on Wagtail Lake and top weight went to G Butler with 92lbs 12ozs.

S Reynolds was second with 67lbs 7ozs, and third was Martin Armfield on 64lbs 8ozs.

Sunday’s 18-peg match at Redbridge saw Dickie Carr take top spot with 11lbs 2ozs, with D Selic second on 9lbs 10ozs and San Phung third with 8lbs 14ozs.

Match diary: For details of Saturday’s 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.

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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