guide to Peatling Pools

Angling Times (UK) - - WELCOME -

Mal­colm, at three-quar­ters of an acre, goes down to 12ft in places. Sum­mer pel­let wag­gler fish­ing takes carp and F1s, but now it works for stillwater chub. Fish nudg­ing 5lb can be caught from open wa­ter next to the is­land on the wag­gler with mag­got, caster, chopped worm and 6mm pel­lets. On the early pegs you can reach the is­land mar­gins with an 11m pole, and caster will catch lots of roach and the odd bar­bel to 9lb, a real bonus on pole gear. If the wa­ter tem­per­a­ture is up you can catch tench from the small back pool on corn or worm. For the perch, the reed-lined mar­gins in the bend on the north bank hold fish to nearly 4lb. Spray mag­gots and fish worm on the hook or leger a whole prawn for th­ese.

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