Just a reminder That there is no close season on Hithermoor Lake, The weather is improving and the fish are on the move so get yourself’s over there. Remember there are trophies still to be won so record your catches for all fish caught.
Thanks and Tight Lines
The Bailiff Team
The club AGM will be held on Thursday 15th February at The Wheatsheaf pub, Stanwell 8pm.
If you have any Fishing books, tackle or magazines that you would like to sell or give away please bring them along. Steve Smith will be bringing a selection of tackle for sale.
Please come along all welcome.
Autumn has arrived, Ill start with the reports.
Hithermoor: Fishing well with carp bream and tench all reported, Use your watercraft to find fish first before chosing swim.
Colne: Upper section fishing very well for Barbel with multiple catches reported (photos would be nice!!) Roach to just under 2lb caught, Chub in selected areas but once you find them out in numbers.
Moorlane: Front lake still producing bags of Rudd, The Tench are still coming out but stealth is the key. Long lake, Carp to 22lb coming out and multiple catches reported.
First leg was at Hithermoor no fish caught but we were treated to a northern light show or was it UFO sighting during the late evening!. Second leg was Moorlane Long lake Dan Ball took the early lead with a 12lb Mirror carp but then our Head Bailiff Jason Caught an 18lb Common during the night and took the lead.We then had a long wait with the fish showing everywhere but only teasing everyone until to final whistle. Result 1st Jason Rackley, 2nd Dan Ball. Thanks to all that took part in this Match a great time was had by all.
We had a work party on the colne to clear some fallen trees from swims 1 ,3 and 5. This work was undertaken with the interest of angler and fish safety in mind, Swim 5 was full of snapped up rigs in the snag and with this in mind we deemed it best to remove the snag before we lose a fish to it. This was a very good work party but once again it was attended by all the usual suspects. Just to Note that if all our members turned up to a work party then we would only need one!!!!!!!!!!!.
Please please please up load your catches to facebook or report them to the Bailiffs or come along to the monthly meeting. Your imput is important to us please make the effort to come along.
Thanks and tight lines
The Bailiff team.
August has been and gone but plenty of fish coming out on all our waters.
Hithermoor Has been fishing well with bags of roach and bream coming out on all methods. Carp are reported up to upper doubles, Bream to double figures and tench to 6lb.
The silvers match was a great day, Won by Steve Smith (Top Left)with a mixed bag bream and roach 17lb 15oz, second was Bob Clark (Top Right) with a mixed bag Tench and Roach 10lb 6oz and third was Dave Owen (Bottom Left) with a 6lb bream. Well done Guys.
Colne has reports of Barbel to double figures at top end (Lake end) as well as Chub to 5lb. The bottom end all are keeping quiet so must be fishing well. Would be nice to get some pictures guys.
Moorlane We have had a report of a 9lb Tench caught from the front lake and bags of Rudd caught to float fished method. The back lake has produced some nice Carp to 22lb no reports of any other catches. Dont over look these two lakes there are some really nice fish to be caught in both.
22lb Mirror Moorlane
TVAA have now added the Oxford district AA waters to there ticket now. Im told this is a great part of the Thames to fish if anyone wants to go and give it a go.
Thanks to all who have sent in reports and pictures they are very much appreciated. Please keep them coming in.
Well were to start,
River Colne has been fishing well with good reports coming in from the Bailiffs, The top end has been fishing excetionally well with reports of Double figure Barbel coming out. The Lower section must be fishing equally as good because everyone going down there is tight lipped !. Good to see the new members getting in on the action too.
Hithermoor Flood relief
Plenty of Carp showing and getting caught both from the surface and from the bottom, A tip for all our new members prebaiting is the key to this lake. The Bream have also been coming out on various methods and baits. The Tench have also made an appearance which is very good to see as we all no they can be notoriously hard to catch on any water. Large shoals of Roach and Rudd can be found around lake with a few skimmers mixed in.
Front Lake has been fishing well with reports of Tench to 5lb coming out and Rudd can be caught in large numbers. Give it a try Guys.
Long Lake has reports of multiple catches of carp up to 20lb. Large shoals of Bream and Roach/Rudd can been seen. There are also some real nice Tench in this lake so come give it a go try.
Last Thursday was Trophy Night at the Wheatsheaf Pub, A good time was had by all, Congratulations to All that won a Trophy. Remember guys please report your catches and next it could be your name on the trophy !. We also had the work party raffle with some great prizes donated by the club and members. Thank you all for coming and making it such a great night. Remember the club meeting is for all members if you wish to come along, Its always the third Thursday of the month unless stated otherwise. It would be good to meet you all and if you have any questions or queries this is your ideal theatre.
Can i ask you all to please share you catches with the Bailiffs or on Facebook, Pictures would be great, If you wish to email your pictures please send them to me at email@example.com with a small report and weight. Alternatively Text or WhatsApp on 07704094396. Thanks in advance.
Well the new season has arrived, We would like to say Welcome to all new members, we hope your enjoy our friendly club and maybe beat you PB,s. Hithermoor has been producing fish with carp out up to 29lb and bream to 8lb. The Colne has had a slow start but this would be due to the hot weather and spawning but still some Barbel and Chub being caught. Please if you see spawning fish leave them be to get on with there it. We had the EA down to do there annual fish monitoring on the Colne with some very promising results of juvenile fish recorded. These are the future of the Colne so always good to see. This months Meeting will be on the 20th and its trophy night so please come along, we also have the raffle for the work parties attendies with plenty of prizes. All the committee and Bailiffs will be there so its a great time to come and meet us all and feel free to ask an questions or just have a pint with us.
Wishing you all a great season,