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Linear Fisheries fishery report, May 21st 2010

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Linear Fisheries Fishery Report
BRASENOSE ONE:
Tim "No Catch" Couling had a new PB 31lb mirror using tiger nut boilies and pellets fished in conjunction with pva bags.

"Big" Rob Plested from Fareham fished a day only session with his mate John Gouge, John unfortunately lost a big fish at the net but Rob landed a new PB 24lb 08oz mirror on Cell Boilies.

Mark Willis from Birmingham had six fish upto 24lb 05oz whilst fishing with his mate Rob Powell who landed eight fish up to 21lb.
 
BRASENOSE TWO
Kenny Shaw from Calne had four fish topped by mirrors weighing 14lb 12oz and 17lb 12oz using Richworth White Chocolate and Mulberry Boilies.

Tom Hopwood had eighteen fish to upper doubles using Mainline Cell Boilies. Fishing with Tom was Brad Bush who ended up with twelve fish using the same bait, his catch included mirrors of 16lb 04oz, 18lb 10oz, 23lb 03oz, 17lb 06oz, 17lb 04oz and a New Lake Record at 27lb 01oz.
 
GENERAL
**Credit/Debit Cards**

Don't forget that Credit/debit cards can be used on the bank to pay for tickets. Bailiffs carry a wireless, hand-held card machine. This is the preferred method of payment at Linear Fisheries Oxford.
ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ARE ACCEPTED.
 
HARDWICK LAKE
Mark Cameron had a stunning 27lb 15oz common.

Gavin Rose from Bournemouth had seven fish topped by a 27lb 04oz mirror, "The Dinosaur Fish" at 34lb and "Jordan" at 38lb 12oz.
 
HUNTS CORNER LAKE
Sonny Chander had a 25lb 01oz mirror and new PB 32lb 06oz mirror using Mainline Cell Boilies.

Craig Williams from Hereford fished the lake for the first time and was rewarded with seven fish up to 37lb 15oz using Nash Amber A1 Boilies.

Dan Wallis had twenty two fish during a 721-Hour session, this included six twenties and a stunning 30lb 04oiz Hunts "Original".
 
MANOR FARM LAKE
Chris Lowe had mirrors of 15lb 08oz, 25lb and 29lb 06oz using the new Oxford Mix Boilies from SBS Baits.

Paul Markwick had a new PB when he landed the awesome "Spike" from Manor weighing 42lb 08oz using a Dynamite Baits banana crunch boilie tipped with plastic corn, this is the first time this mirror has ever gone over the magical forty pound mark!!
 
OXLEASE LAKE
Lee Hughes from Hollywood in Birmingham had mirrors weighing 22lb and 25lb 06oz along with three stockie using Mainline Cell Boilies.

Terry Yarnall from Plymouth had mirrors of 16lb, 27lb 14oz, 30lb 06oz and 34lb 07oz during his first visit to the water.

Barry Phillipson had a 22lb mirror using fake corn over spodded hemp and corn along with chopped matrix boilies.
 
ST JOHNS LAKE
Craig Burton had twelve fish during a four night session using boilies and maggots, his catch included mirrors of 27lb 06oz, 32lb 04oz and a new PB 33lb 05oz.

Matt Pointon had mirrors weighing 18lb 06oz, 30lb and 30lb 04oz.

Chris Pownell had a 21lb 04oz mirror during his first visit to the lake using CC Moore boilies.

Mark Cookson had a stunning 30lb 02oz fully scaled mirror.

Bruce Starling had seven fish including mirrors weighing 28lb 13oz, "Blackeye" at 29lb 12oz and a 36lb 02oz mirror. Fishing with him was his son David who had a PB 6lb 12oz tench and a 23lb mirror.





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