M Clayton from Manchester netted 11 using small lures
Stuart Ingledew from Haydon Bridge had 11 using Cats and Buzzers
M Devine netted 23 using a raggie worm.
G Grear netted 11 using Bloodworms
Kris Brotherton used a mini white snake to net 10
W Harland used a green and black nomad to take 4 and release 1
Husband and wife Al and Mal Hobson had 30 fish between them for 3 visits this week.
D Casper from Newcastle had 16 to the net using hoppers lures and Buzzers
S Bilclough had 16 to the net
Kevin Stewart Caught 4 for 10lb bag and returned a further 16.
Jed Armstrong netted 15 with Blobs and Buzzers
Davey Kay had 20 to the net
Rob Frame netted 20 including 11lb and 8lb using Diawl Bachs
Saturday seen the return of the Chopwell Chancers angling club, the heaviest fish went to Paul Snaith with 7lb 1oz and the over all winner with a total bag weight of 11 and a half pounds went to Andy ‘Skelly’ Jackson. (pictured)
Water temperature continues to cool with a lot of double figure fish feeding on the surface, Tigers are still being netted but putting up a very good fight.
Black Bunny Leaches
Chatton are very proud to be supporting Davey Parker and the England team in raising funds for the Worlds in Finland next year. To help raise the money needed to compete Davey Parker will being hosting angling master classes at Chatton the first of these will be 26-10-2019 at 9am cost will be £10 for 2 hours with a maximum of 6 per class (course is for EXPERIENCED ANGLERS wishing to brush up on existing skills) booking only via facebook, website and phone.
Closing time this week will be 7pm.