Register
Sunday, 01 May 2016 16:48

Temples Ghost caught at 39lb 2oz | Bury Hill Fisheries catch report

  •  

Temple regular Gary Brown has just banked one of the most sort after prized fish in Temple, ‘The Ghost’ weighing a whopping 39lb 2oz. In immaculate condition, a number of anglers witnessed the catch as well as Bury Hill’s fishery manager Chris Wilmott. Part way through his session, Gary has also banked a cracking 28lb 14oz common and with a slow increase in temperatures, Gary is hopeful of another fish or two before his session ends!

Other recent Temple catches include Mike Goddard’s stunning 28lb 12oz mirror, Temple supremo Matt White's 25lb 10oz mirror, Dean Rogers 25lb 1oz mirror and Bury Hill Bailiff Clive Elson's 24lb 2oz mirror.

Another angler to catch recently was Stuart Mountjoy who caught four fish, a 25lb 6oz mirror, 22lb 2oz common, 19lb common and 18lb 4oz mirror. Interestingly, Stuart was fishing two different baits but all of his fish came to the S-Core rod. When Stuart packed up he gave his left over S-Core bait to Kevin Nash who was fishing close by, Kevin immediately swopped his rods over to the S-Core bait very quickly landing a cracking brace of mirrors weighing 28lb 12oz and 24lb. Needless to say we are now stocking the Richworth S-Core in the shop, anyone using it please let us know how you get on.


Source: Bury Hill Fisheries



Submit a Catch Report:

Fishing catch reportsUK Fisherman would be delighted to hear from you if you would like to comment on any of our fishing articles. To do so, use the comment box below.

Alternatively if you would like to submit an article of your own, please visit the CONTACT page.

Newsletter

Receive regular updates & newsletters from UK Fisherman ...
captcha 

Recommended

Promote your Business

Advertise at UK Fisherman

FREE and PREMIUM fishery, fishing holidays, fishing club & tackle store listings.

Read more

Website Design

Website design for angling businesses

Let UK Fisherman bring your products/services to a wider angling audience.

Read more

Angling Newsletter

UK angling and fishing news

News, reviews, competition details, tackle sales & more, direct to your inbox.

Sign up now

Angling Forum

UK angling and fishing forum

You're sure to find something to rant on about in our anglers forum. Sign up today!!

Join now

Follow us

Follow us on FacebookFollow us on Twitter
×
UK Fisherman Newsletter

captcha