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NewBarn Farm Angling Centre | fishery and catch report | 12th Feb 2013


Bury Hill Fisheries fishery reportBeen a steady week on the specimen lake at Newbarn Farm. Paignton

Matthew Skelly fished a day session with some friends. Matthew took the honours with 4 fish, the largest being a stunning 25.8lb mirror. While playing this fish, Matthew's other rod screamed which resulted in a small but immaculate 11lb common. Matthew's other 2 fish where low teens. One of Matts friends called Martin had an 18lber taken on a homemade boilie. Simon Hallarm fished from swim 4 and had 3 fish including a 13.4lb mirror and 2 commons one at 16lb the other at 12.8lb.

Richard Ward fished a 24hr fishing from swim 5. Taff had 5 fish out with 3 being in the 20s - he had a 22.2 mirror a 23.9 common and the largest a 26.7 common. His other 2 fish where an 18.14 mirror and a ghostie of 17.6, all theses caught on his homemade baits. Richard returned the next evening and had a 16.2lb mirror taken on a zig-rig. Cameron Jones fished an overnighter and had a low teen common out. Simon Hallarm fished from swim 4 and had 3 out, the largest being 16lb .

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