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Llyn y Gors, Anglesey LOCAL angler Steven Broad had an excellent day session on our Pleasure Lake. Steven fished the feeder with luncheon meat on the hook and landed some excellent carp up to 8lb. Steven finished his session with around 90lb of fish.

Mr Baxter pitched up on our campsite and had some good sessions on both the Pleasure and Match lakes. Fishing just a top 2 close in he landed carp up to 7lb on the Pleasure and caught plenty of barbel on the Match Lake.

Jeff Taylor had a good afternoon session on peg 5 on the Match Lake. Jeff fished sweetcorn on the bottom and put together around 30lb of carp and barbel. Marc Ward also enjoyed an afternoon on peg 7 on the Match Lake. Armed just with his whip, a landing net and a pint of maggots he landed some lovely carp, orfe and barbel, finishing with around 25lb in a borrowed keepnet.

Arthur Pessoll landed a mirror around 10lb on the Old Carp Lake. Arthur fished "The Cliffs" and landed the fish on Trakker Redskin 15mm boilies.

Brian Jones landed his first pike of the winter during a 48-hour session on the Old Carp Lake. Brian fished "Derek's Mountain" and landed two fish. The first a jack around 6lb followed by a lovely 12lb predator.

Mike Beaty landed a lovely looking mirror during a midweek session on Thompson's Pool. Mike chose "The Aquarium" swim as he spotted fish crashing on his way around the lake. His choice proved wise and landed the 16lb 8oz mirror on his home rolled Plum and Shellfish 10mm boilies. Llyn Brenig, Cerrigydrudion IT was a mixed bag on the weather front this week with strong wind and torrential rain during the early part of the week culminating in a mini Indian summer at the weekend.

Tuesday was undoubtedly the worst day with driving, unrelenting rain all day. The few hardy souls who turned out were rewarded with excellent top of the water sport and some good bags were recorded. By the weekend the reservoir was fishing hard.

Hotspots for the week were Hafod Lom, Tower Bay, Dam Wall and the stretch of bank between the visitor centre and the dam where trout were feeding on fry.

Top flies for the week were various Boobies, Muddlers, Cats Whisker, Fritz, Diawl Bach, Black Buzzers and Daddy Long Legs
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 20, 2005
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