Latest Catches - December 2013

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St. Johns Pool. [18/12/2013]

Shane Moses with the biggest fish caught from last weekends pike match held on St. Johns. This fished weighed 15lb 03oz.

Brasenose-One. [16/12/2013]

Linear Bailiff, Stewart Roper with a 28lb 02oz mirror, one of seven fish caught saturday night from Brasenose-One. His catch included mirrors weighing 22lb, 25lb 06oz, 27lb 04oz and 28lb 08oz.

Brasenose-One. [16/12/2013]

Linear Bailiff, Stewart Roper with a 25lb 06oz mirror, one of seven fish caught saturday night from Brasenose-One. His catch included mirrors weighing 22lb, 25lb 06oz, 27lb 04oz and 28lb 08oz.

St. Johns Pool. [16/12/2013]

Tom Paton with a 14lb 07oz pike, one of three fish that helped him to 1st place in the pike held yesterday on St. Johns.

Brasenose-One. [12/12/2013]

Linear Bailiff, James Drewitt with a stunning 18lb 15oz pike caught a couple of weeks ago from B-1.

Brasenose-One. [12/12/2013]

Linear Bailiff, Dave Austin with a cracking 27lb 02oz mirror caught a couple of weeks ago from B-1 using a 5ft zig rig.

Hunts Corner Lake. [09/12/2013]

Jason Hall with a new PB 27lb 08oz mirror caught from Hunts Corner over the weekend using a cell pop-up tipped with a piece if Korda's IB corn and cast to a showing fish.

Oxlease Lake. [06/12/2013]

Nottingham angler, Harvey Boam with a nice 21lb mirror caught last Saturday from Oxlease Lake after casting to a showing fish.

32lb Manor Farm Lake Mirror. [05/12/2013]

Matthew Lee with a cracking 32lb mirror caught today from Manor Farm Lake using Mainline boilies.

Brasenose-One. [03/12/2013]

Shaun Atkinson with a 16.04 mirror caught towards the end of last week whilst fishing Brasenose-One. Shaun used BBR Baits pineapple and n-butyric pop-ups fished over maggots.

Brasenose-One. [03/12/2013]

Shaun Atkinson with a 26.08 mirror caught towards the end of last week whilst fishing Brasenose-One. Shaun used BBR Baits pineapple and n-butyric pop-ups fished over maggots.

Brasenose-Two. [03/12/2013]

Toby ferguson landed this PB mirror weighing 24.06 during a recent tutorial on B2 with Tom Maker. During 24 hours he landed 15 fish topped by this new PB mirror as well as a new PB common of 20-8, all his fish where caught on either plastic corn or clockwork orange pop ups fished over a bed of hemp, corn, and little gemz pellets at 80 yards range.

Brasenose-Two. [03/12/2013]

Toby ferguson landed this PB common weighing 20.08 during a recent tutorial on B2 with Tom Maker. During 24 hours he landed 15 fish topped with this new PB mirror of 24-6 as well as a new PB common of 20-8, all his fish where caught on either plastic corn or clockwork orange pop ups fished over a bed of hemp, corn, and little gemz pellets at 80 yards range. (Nov 13).

Brasenose-Two. [03/12/2013]

Tom and Toby with a nice brace of fish caught from B-2 recently.

Brasenose-One. [03/12/2013]

Tom Maker with a new lake record 24lb 12oz common caught about four weeks ago from B-1 using clockwork orange pop-ups fished over a bed of hemp.

32lb Oxlease Lake Mirror. [03/12/2013]

Matt Drury with a 32.02 mirror caught a couple of weeks ago from Oxlease Lake using Steve Renyard's Contrats boilies.

Oxlease Lake. [03/12/2013]

Aaron Fisher with a 27.08 mirror caught a couple of weeks ago from Oxlease Lake using Steve Renyard's Contrats boilies.

Oxlease Lake. [03/12/2013]

Aaron Fisher with a 22.09 mirror caught a couple of weeks ago from Oxlease Lake using Steve Renyard's Contrats boilies.

Oxlease Lake. [03/12/2013]

Aaron Fisher with a 17.02 mirror caught a couple of weeks ago from Oxlease Lake using Steve Renyard's Contrats boilies.

Brasenose-One. [03/12/2013]

Rory Mills with a 24.12 mirror caught from Brasenose-One about two weeks ago.

Brasenose-One. [03/12/2013]

Rory Mills with a 20.08 mirror caught from Brasenose-One about two weeks ago.

Brasenose-One. [03/12/2013]

Rory Mills with a 17.04 mirror caught from Brasenose-One about two weeks ago.

Hardwick Lake and Smiths Pool. [03/12/2013]

Rory Mills with a low double caught from Hrdwick/Smiths about three weeks ago.

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