Monday, 24 June 2013 18:53

Nineoaks Angling Centre | Fishery and Catch Report | June 2013


June 2013 :: Here is the latest fishing report for Nineoaks Angling Centre near Aberaeron, Ceredigion in West-Wales.

Nineoaks Fishery Report Coarse Fishing: 24th June
Mr Gareth Thompson of Pencoyd, Bridgend float fishing on two maggots in the Main Lake topped his mixed bag of Roach and Carp off with a fine specimen 2lb Roach. His reason for fishing here was because of the quality Roach that can be regularly caught. His best Carp during the past couple of days was one of 8lb. Other anglers besides Carp were catching plenty of Roach, Tench, an occasional Chub and a few Barbel. Surface fishing as usual has been excellent, as has the margin fishing. Most baits have been doing well, with many being encouraged to try fresh or frozen mussel, and being surprised at how good a bait it is, including Ron Cousins of the Angler's Mail!

Coarse Fishing: 20th June
Carp and coarse fishing is now in full swing with plenty of good fish coming out. Afternoons and early mornings best with floating baits such as bread, dog biscuit or extra-thick toast! Whole cooked muscle (fresh or frozen but not in jars of preservative) great for the carp; pieces muscle good for the Roach. Quite a few of our small Barbel regularly coming out. The Chub are caught less frequently. Good Bream and Tench from the House and main pools. Mark, our local Grass Carp specialist can selectively pick his fish, he's pictured above with a late evening caught 11 3/4lb grassie on dog biscuit.

Trout Fishing: 20th June
Early mornings or the last hour of the day best for some really hard fighting Rainbows and Blues.
Coarse Fishing: 14th June, The Carp have just finished spawning, and so in a day or two, once their hormones have subsided, they will be ravenous. Meanwhile, there have been plenty of Carp, Roach, Tench, Bream, Grass Carp, Chub and small Barbel coming out on all sorts of baits. As usual sweetcorn, bread, maggots and luncheon meat all doing well and catching plenty. Fresh or frozen mussels, hooked through the gristle patch, and fished close in are doing really well. Don't over complicate your rigs - just keep things simple and on a light rod for the best fishing.

Peter Chisholm caught a large grassie from the House Pool (pictured above). Local lass, Los Fallon has again upped her pb to a credible 16lb 2oz, with a spawn bound Common Carp (pictured above at 14lb) when she caught the same fish before it had put weight on for spawning. Caught on dog biscuit. Mr John Yeonmans, from Llandudno, with a lovely Mirror from the House Pool.

Trout Fishing: 14th June
Daddies, suspended buzzers, Montanas, Diawl Bach nearly all fly types doing well. On the hot days with clear blue skies fishing has been hard, overcast days with light breezes have been best. No outstanding fish or catches, just good regular Trout Fishing with the average Rainbow or Blue being caught at 2.25lb each with some much bigger.

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