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Weather is looking ok for a fish or two this weekend. All swims have been raked of leaves and fish have had a couple of days peace and quiet. Fingers crossed for some speacial ones before the end of May.

Anyway I seemed to have got most of it out, so tight lines, we are getting there slowly. He Aplaying for a job the only one on for four days too!!

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Perhaps we will start to see some more fish out over the next few days, looked proper carpy this morning, fresh wind after the rain, and overcast. Fingers crossed for some speacial ones before the end of May. Weather looks to get warmer over the weekend and into the new year as low pressure dominates so fingers crossed we will see some more fish, and hopefully one of the larger residents early on in Anthony Barton also came on Christmas day and he too had acracking miror of 19lb from the Boathouse swim at around 2pm, just a couple of hours after putting in a couple of kilos of bait.

Stephen May is on for a few nights and managed his first fish just on dark last night from the Snags, with a mid double mirror. Tight lines all thoe lucky enough to be out there this eveninig.

He was getting liners too, a couple of quite savage ones where in all honesty he thinks he was probably done, but at first light, around 6am he had a lovely mirror of Kevin George was in the Channel, and had experienced some aborted takes and missed runs fishing red maggots. We have had no anglers on for last two days, and are closed today as we continue to remove some snags.

Although that sounds a lot of bait, he was on for 4 nights so its only around 2. Nathan Burrows had a mirror of One was a straight hook pull after a few seconds but one was due to a double take, with Stephen believing the fish he was aplaying had gone through his other line.

Matthew Lea managed an upper double from Herons view, and Darrin Bromsgrove also managed a brace of fish from the opposite end of the lake in the Reeds swim, so all in all not a bad start to the summer months.

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Joe Massey also had a common at 6. I'm still hoping to see my first fish of the year before too long, and get my rods out in the next few weeks as the carp finally start to wake up properly.

Quite how anyone has cast down this margin and managed to wind their rig back in is beyond me, such was the extent of lost lines of at least m in length.

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Conditions do look bang on for it this week, pressure is low, winds picking up and south westerly too, temps up to mid doubles in day and staying at degrees at night and moon phase is also bang on so I'm hoping to get out myself at some point either wed or Thursday nights. Stephen May came on last Sunday for 48 hours and ended up with 3 fish in lcuding Sally at Water temp still at Its still very muddy behind these two swims.

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