Angel Of The North Fishing Report
By Peter Pike
Monday 08 Jun 2009 13:27:00
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Open Lookout

Partly Cloudy, ambient temp 11 deg, humidity 71% (rain at beginning of day), Wind E 13 mph, barometer  1008.1 mb, moon phase waxing gibbous, water temperature dropped to 12.to 12.3 deg (from 19 deg Wed),  DO 8.8 ppm,  PH 7.31, conductivity -39

1st Jimmy Messer 42lb 1oz peg 4

2nd Peter Wadge 39lb 14oz peg 17

3rd Peter Rambo 33lb peg 16aa

4th Liam Shilling 31lb 1oz peg 7

5th Chris Gowling  29lb 13oz peg 38

6th Dave Pearson 25lb 2oz peg peg 27

Jimmy used pole and chopped worm and caster with red maggot. Some good large bream came out across the lake today.

We have never dropped water temperatures so fast even in winter as we have these last four days! 

Wed eve  3rd June 09 open Bowes

Conditions:- Mostly cloudy, Ambient temperature  12 deg, humidity 67%, wind NE 12 mph (not a favourable wind for fishing) barometer 1025. 1mb, moon phase waxing gibbous, water temperature 19 deg, DO 9.6 ppm, PH 7.30, conductivity -38.

1st Martin Robson 41lb 10oz peg 12

2nd  Lewis Macintosh 34lb 5oz peg 5

3rd Tommy Cullerton   32.00 peg 34

4th Brian Hall 29lb 13oz peg 37

5th Neil Brown 27lb 10oz peg 3

6th Ray Wallace 25lb 14oz peg 1

Interesting night as fish started to feed after spawning for five days, NE wind had a very cold chill to it, well done Martin.

Wed evening  we had 19 deg water temp however by Thursday morning we dropped to 16 deg and dropped again by Friday morning to 12 deg after 2 cold nights, cold North winds and cold rain combined with  day temperatures of 7 to 9 deg produced the drops. However, with such dramatic water temperature drops you need to be very careful on feeding, choose to feed a little but and not so often so you do not feed off the fish in your swim just keep the fish there by little and now and then feeding. At these water temperatures you are almost back into winter baits of maggot, worm, pellet and sweetcorn etc as fish do not like such a dramatic change downwards in the water temperature.

Carp started spawning on Saturday at 9 pm linking to moon phases and water temperatures above 18 deg and spawned until Wed afternoon. So now, the fish are starting to feed again to gain condition post spawning. All silver fish and carp are finished spawning and just tench yet to spawn.

Wed eve we had 19 deg water temp however by Thursday morning we dropped to 16 deg and dropped again by Friday morning to 12 deg after 2 cold nights, cold North winds and cold rain combined with  day temperatures of 7 to 9 deg,. However, with such dramatic water temperature drops you need to be very careful on feeding, choose to feed a little but and not so often so you do not feed off the fish in your swim just keep the fish there by little and now and then feeding. At these water temperatures you are almost back into winter baits of maggot, worm, pellet and sweetcorn etc as fish do not like such a dramatic change downwards in the water temperature.



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