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  • Dog Lane Saturday Opens...a new beginning

    Match Report
    Dog Lane Fishery
    Middle Lake
    Napton Warwickshire

    August 26th

    Middle Lake 10 pegs

    1st Chris Horsley (Fox Milton Keynes) Peg54 24lb 15½oz Pole/Bream/Small Carp/ChopWorm

    2nd Martin Paynter (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg52 23lb 4½ Pole/Bream/Roach/Caster & Maggot

    3rd Wayne Dixon (Daventry) Peg50 12lb 4oz Pole/Bream/Roach

    Chris Horsley took first place from peg 54 one of his favourite pegs this week, with 24lb 15½oz of Bream and small carp taken on chopped worm and caster. Chris sneaked the win from Martin Paynter, on the next peg with a last minute bream, who up to that point was clearly ahead. Both anglers had used similar tactics, however, Martin’s peg responded with more roach. Wayne Dixon on peg50 improved on his last appearance going from last place to 3rd after realising he had been fishing too far out for the majority of the match. Just goes to show the fine line between fishing and catching.


    The draw for next weeks match will be at the Kings Head Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 3:30pm.
    Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
    www.doglanefishery.co.uk






    Not too bad a result considering that:

    We had a carp kill earlier in the month

    that the rain hammered down in the early hours of the morning

    the water colour had dropped out as less carp to disturb the bottom.

    And I had no worms or casters...doh!


    The next day saw two clubs fish and best weights were low double figures, but one club did hamper itself by making it a rod and line event, and the majority went with a feeder...had any of them properly fished the waggler shallow or slider they would have been better off.

    Watched one guy use a loaded waggler in 9ft of water and fish dead depth, and wonder why his float didn't cock right and then after a minute go under..he made no effort to come up in the water and connect with the upper to mid water roach and rudd...guess it takes allsorts to go fishing and only a few who can go catching.
    :p :) :p

  • #2
    As I attended the Intersite match at Barston yesterday, I don't have the full SP as to what got caught from where or by whom as yet. However, I believe the winning weight was over 30lb and made up mostly of Bream....nice. Will post more later when I've been up to take a walk round and see how the clubbies are doing today.
    :p :) :p

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    • #3
      Match Report
      Dog Lane Fishery
      Middle Lake
      Napton Warwickshire

      September 9th

      Middle Lake 10 pegs

      1st Dennis Lutwyche (Hawkesbury Fishery) Peg27 33lb 10½oz Pole/Bream/Method/Small Carp/Corn and Maggot

      2nd Martin Paynter (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg17 30lb 5½oz Pole/Bream/Roach/Perch/Chop Worm & Maggot

      3rd George Cairnes (Hawkesbury Fishery) Peg18 27lb 13½oz Pole/Bream/Carp

      For the first hour of the match Dennis Lutwyche caught small carp on the method, but kept feeding his inside line with corn and pellet. Switching to the inside line Dennis got amongst some of Dog Lanes Bream and steadily and quietly put together a winning 33lb 10½oz bag from end peg 27.

      Dog Lane regular, Martin Paynter, drew peg 17 amongst the rushes and fed chop worm at 7m. The fish responded almost immediately and several bream and roach were soon added to his net, at the end of the match Martin found himself one Bream short of a win. (Didn't this happen last time?) The scales showed 30lb 5½oz for second place.

      Third spot this week went to first timer George Kurns who fished the next peg 18 and put a bag of mainly F1s on the scales for 27lb 13½oz.


      The draw for next weeks match will be at the Kings Head Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 3:30pm.
      Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
      www.doglanefishery.co.uk


      Last edited by PeteP; 11 September 2006, 06:03 PM.
      :p :) :p

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      • #4
        Match Report
        Dog Lane Fishery
        Middle Lake
        Napton Warwickshire

        September 16th

        Middle Lake 10 pegs

        1st Wayne Nixon (Daventry) Peg5 18lb 4oz Method/Bream/Small Carp

        2nd Alan Walton (Whitley AC) Peg4 12lb 8oz Method/Pole/Bream/Small Carp

        3rd Ian Toplis (Got Baits Derby) Peg10 11lb 11½oz Pole/Bream/Carp

        Wayne Nixon (Daventry) finally broke his 12lb barrier at Dog Lane this week when he drew Dam Wall peg5 and opted to fish the in-line method feeder. Wayne had several good spells throughout the five hour match when the wind picked up and the light dropped enough to encourage the bream to feed. The fish took corn and red maggot and weighed in at 18lb 4oz.

        Next peg first timer Alan Walton (Whitley AC) alternated between the method and pole, managing to winkle out the reluctant fish to a final second place weight of 12lb 8oz

        In third place was Ian Toplis (Got Baits Derby) on peg 10 who traveled down from Derby to fish this weeks open. Ian found the company more hospitable than the fish, but still managed to catch enough for third place. En-route to the venue Ian was followed by a lost Nottingham angler looking for a canal match near Northampton! Needless to say Jim WhereAmI stayed and fished with us and will return next week if he spots Ian's Mondeo on the M1.

        No catch Pic this week as Wayne was so beside himself and convinced he'd been beaten that he put his weighed fish back!

        The draw for next weeks match will be at the Kings Head Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 3:30pm.
        Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880

        Please note: The first two Sundays in October will be open match days ask for details.
        www.doglanefishery.co.uk
        :p :) :p

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        • #5
          Match Report
          Dog Lane Fishery
          Middle Lake
          Napton Warwickshire

          September 23rd

          Middle Lake 10 pegs

          1st John Webb (RugbyTackle) Peg9 48lb 12oz Pole/Corn/ Bream/Small Carp

          2nd Martin Paynter (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg7 47lb 5oz Pole/Worm & Caster/Bream/Silvers

          3rd Pete Palmer (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg3 35lb 3oz Pole/paste/ Bream/ Carp.

          The warm winds raised the water temperature this week and in addition created a gentle chop to the surface of the lake, all of which combined to make today's match one to turn out for.

          John Webb caught well from the off close in on his 6m line, using sweetcorn over groundbait. His winning weight of 48lb 12oz came from peg9 on the dam wall and consisted of a dozen Bream, Carp and his first Tench off the water.

          Second place fell to Martin Paynter, who seems to have found this a favourite position. Martin fished peg7, worm and caster over pellet, and put together a net of silvers and big bream to 38lb+ and 9lb+ of small carp.

          Third place went to Pete Palmer on peg3 who caught at 6m and 3m using soft paste and pellet for 35lb 3oz of Bream and carp.


          The draw for next weeks match will be at the Middle Lake Car Park Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 3:30pm.

          Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880

          Please note: The first two Sundays in October will be open match days. There will be no Saturday matches until the 14th October.
          Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery





          John Webb

          Martin Paynter

          Pete Palmer
          :p :) :p

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          • #6
            Nice catches,close one that!
            Exellent photos Pete..
            Roll on friday

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            • #7
              Cheers......just shows you that the lake can if fished even halfway right produce a good days fishing for people....it will be a lake that in a short time we'll be turning folks away from....and that will include the snidey ones that have been cancelling their club bookings..............no fish in there my ar$e!
              :p :) :p

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              • #8
                Match Report
                Dog Lane Fishery
                Middle Lake
                Napton Warwickshire

                October 1st

                Middle Lake 10 pegs

                1st Andy Beaumont (Rugby) Peg3 28lb 15oz Pole/Expander Pellet/ Bream/Carp

                2nd Martin Paynter (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg17 27lb 4oz Pole/Worm & Caster/Bream/Silvers

                3rd Simon Potter (Rugby) Peg15 19lb 2oz Pole/Corn & Maggot/ Mixed Bag

                It was a Fowl Weather Day at Dog Lane this week, with the lake carrying an extra foot of water, and more added to it just after the mid-day deluge most anglers had to re-adjust their rigs to compensate.

                Andy Beaumont ventured out to peg 3 and was soon into a run of carp on expander pellet fished at 4 and 8m. Andy's run lasted about 2hrs after which he caught sporadically to the end of the match to weigh in a winning 28lb 15oz.

                Second place and a regular spot for Martin Paynter who fished peg17 on the far side bank catching a nice bag of Bream and silvers for 27lb 4oz.

                Third was Simon Potter on peg 15 with 19lb 2oz of mixed silvers and odd carp.

                The rest of the field put low double figures on the scales with the lowest at 13lb, and only one pole broken on the day by John Webb who must have had more breaks than Steve Davies.


                The draw for next weeks match will be SUNDAY at the Middle Lake Car Park Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 4:30pm.

                Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880

                Please note: There will be no Saturday matches until the 14th October.
                Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery


                :p :) :p

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                • #9
                  Match Report
                  Dog Lane Fishery
                  Middle Lake
                  Napton Warwickshire

                  October 8th

                  Middle Lake 10 pegs

                  1st Pete Palmer (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg6 29lb 9oz Feeder/Bread & Caster/Bream

                  2nd Andy Judd (Daventry) Peg2 17lb 11oz Feeder/corn & Maggot/Carp & Bream

                  3rd John Webb (Rugby Tackle) Peg3 14lb 15oz Pole/Corn & Maggot/ Carp & Bream

                  The rain stayed away this week at Dog Lane but the wind was still going strong so most anglers went for a feeder approach, daring only to fish their poles when it subsided which was not often. The fish were definitely in the pegs and a steady bait presentation was vital to obtain a bite.

                  Dog Lanes Pete Palmer took peg six to task with the pole finding only small roach and skimmers obliging on single and double caster. A change to the feeder over the pole line, charged with bread and casters and fishing the same on the hook, produced the presentation the bigger fish were looking for. First cast was a Bream of 5lb and several others followed over the remaining hour of the match to put a final winning weight of 29lb 9oz on the scales.

                  Second place was Daventry based chef Andy Judd who started off well in the first hour of the match catching small carp on the feeder. Switching to the pole later accounted for a few more and then Andy moved over to the feeder once again and like Pete cast onto his pole line and found two good Bream to push his final weight to 17lb 11oz.

                  Third place went to John Webb (Rugby Tackle) on peg3 who had his work cut out this week to stay ahead of his young lad Charlie (10yrs) who for the first two hours was giving everyone a lesson in fishing close in. Despite the distraction John managed to just stay ahead and weighed in 14lb 15oz.

                  A few more words about young Charlie Webb; This young man showed experienced matchmen how keeping things simple and doing what you have most confidence pays off. Charlie fished corn and maggot at 4m and caught two Tench to 4lb, a Chub of 1lb and Perch to 1lb 8oz for a combined weight of 11lb 8oz. Well done young man and an increase in pocket money looks on the cards to keep you in bait!

                  The draw for next weeks match will be SATURDAY at the Kings Head Pub Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 4:30pm.

                  Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
                  Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery



                  Charlie Webb
                  :p :) :p

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                  • #10
                    Match Report
                    Dog Lane Fishery
                    Middle Lake
                    Napton Warwickshire

                    October 14th

                    Middle Lake 10 pegs

                    1st Jon Bromley (Jets MG) Peg17 42lb 8½oz Feeder/Worm & Caster/Carp & Bream

                    2nd Vince Atkinson (Rugby Tackle) Peg20 40lb11oz Pole/ Corn & Expander/ Carp & Bream

                    3rd John Webb (Rugby Tackle) Peg19 21lb 14oz Pole & Feeder/Corn/ Carp & Bream

                    The day began with a thick blanket of fog and a moderate breeze which gradually lifted through the match. First into a run of fish was Vince Atkinson on Peg 20 who found small carp obliging on his inside line. For the first two hours it seemed as though the match was going all his way but four pegs down the bank at peg 17 Jon Bromley of Jets MG had been working on his feeder line which was now producing a run of carp to worm and caster. John Webb of Rugby Tackle on peg 19 was also catching but at half the rate of his two neighbours. The outcome of this three peg battle went like this:-

                    First place finally went to Jon Bromley of Jets MG who weighed in a net of 42lb 8½oz of which 27lb 4½oz was carp to 7lb.

                    Second Place was Vince Atkinson of Rugby Tackle with 40lb 11oz with a near 50/50 split of carp and silvers.

                    In Third place John Webb of Rugby Tackle with 21lb 14oz of carp and bream.

                    Making a last hour attempt to frame Jason Redgrave also of Rugby Tackle chased the pack from peg 7 and weighed in 20lb 8oz, the follow up weights were in the low doubles. The appearance of pound plus Perch in this and recent matches has been giving a boost to those that target the silvers. It won't be long before the first two pound plus fish puts in an appearance; during pleasure sessions fish to near 3lb have been caught on worm or caster.

                    The draw for next weeks match will be SATURDAY at the Kings Head Pub Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 4:30pm.

                    Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
                    Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery

                    :p :) :p

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                    • #11
                      Match Report
                      Dog Lane Fishery
                      Middle Lake
                      Napton Warwickshire

                      October 21st

                      Middle Lake 10 pegs

                      1st Colin Bradbury (Castle Angling) Peg5 34lb 3½oz Method/Boillie & Maggot/Carp & Bream

                      2nd Pete Palmer (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg8 26lb1oz Method/Boillie & Maggot/ Bream & Carp

                      3rd Martin Paynter (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg51 21lb 4½oz Pole/Chop & Caster/Miixed Silvers

                      The wind this week was blowing towards the Dam Wall and Carpark bank, so it was no surprise to the regulars that the fish were in close to the pegs.

                      First chuck and first fish on the feeder for Colin Bradbury of Castle Angling on peg 5, fishing a small white boillie the tip wrapped round and resulted in the first of his 28lb of carp. The fish came and went in spells matching the rise and fall of the wind, which saw the water go from choppy to light ripple. Needless to say this did not slow Colin down too much and he finally put 34lb 3½oz on the scales.

                      On peg8 Pete Palmer of Dog Lane Fishery had also found the fish responding to the method and Boillie approach but on a line over his pole line. With the gusting wind proving troublesome for good presentation on the pole the feeder was his preferred tactic. Pete's final weigh in was a near 50:50 split of 26lb 1oz Bream & Carp for second spot.

                      Third place this week went to Martin Paynter also of Dog Lane Fishery who kept to his favourite chopped worm and caster and placed a fine mixed bag of 21lb 4½oz on the scales.

                      The draw for next weeks match will be SATURDAY at the Kings Head Pub Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 4:30pm. (Light permitting)

                      Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
                      Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery

                      :p :) :p

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                      • #12
                        Match Report
                        Dog Lane Fishery
                        Middle Lake
                        Napton Warwickshire

                        October 28th

                        Middle Lake 15 pegs

                        1st Dave Smart (Castle Angling) Peg49 21lb 4½oz Method/Maggot/Carp & Bream

                        2nd Martin Paynter (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg48 13lb 13½oz Pole/Chop & Caster/Miixed Silver

                        3rd Vince Atkinson (Rugby Tackle) Peg17 13lb 6oz Pole/Chop & Caster/Miixed Silvers

                        A week of strong winds and heavy rain raised the water levels and the waves at Dog Lane, but the conditions on the day gave everyone hope that the venue would respond well. However, such is fishing and the day proved to be one that rewarded those that would stick to a working plan or be prepared to change.

                        Dave Smart of Castle Angling was one such angler who found that on peg 49 that his best response was to his method feeder line. David watched his fellow anglers who were persistant on the pole struggle to get presentation right for anything but small roach, so decided to persevere on the feeder and was rewarded with 17lb of small carp which together with 4lb of silvers gave him this weeks top spot.

                        Second overall was Martin Paynter of Dog Lane Fishery, who went with his favourite choppie attack on peg 48 and winkled out 13lb 13½oz of mixed silvers.

                        Third best weight went to Vince Atkinson of Rugby Tackle who was on peg 17 of the sheltered far bank, where he adopted the same tactics as Martin, but fished tight to the reeds and found roach and perch to 1lb obliging on worm or caster. Vince ended the day only one fish away from taking second place and weighed in a respectable 13lb 6oz.

                        The rest of the field put between 6lb and 9lb of hard earnt fish to the scales. Despite the conditions and the results the hardy regulars will be back next week in an attempt to turn this weeks fishing match into a catching one.

                        The draw for next weeks match will be SATURDAY at the Kings Head Pub Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 3:30pm. (Light permitting)

                        Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
                        Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery

                        :p :) :p

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                        • #13
                          Match Report
                          Dog Lane Fishery
                          Middle Lake
                          Napton Warwickshire

                          November 4th

                          Middle Lake 11 pegs

                          1st Alan Hancox (Team Lollipop) Peg55 20lb 8oz Pole/Expanders/Carp & Bream

                          2nd Dave Smart (Castle Angling) Peg52 14lb 6oz Method/Maggot/Carp

                          3rd Geoff Eggison (Lime Tree AC) Peg8 9lb 14oz Pole/Maggot/Miixed Silvers

                          Three nights of hard frosts to -4degC put the fishing to true winter tactics, with minimal feeding and either long waits on the tip or searching the peg on the pole.

                          First place this week went to Alan Hancox of Team Lollipop who made a debut appearance on peg55 in the hope of catching some of Dog Lanes' Bream. Alan managed to do this on the pole using small expanders to tempt five fish out of the chilly water. His expanders were also of interest to half a dozen common carp which boosted his weight to a match winning 20lb 8oz.

                          Second place went to last weeks winner, Dave Smart on peg52 who adopted his method feeder tactics of last week and was able to tempt 14lb 6oz of carp to the weigh scales.

                          Third place and almost deciding not to weigh in was Geoff Eggison on Peg8 on the Dam wall. Geoff in the last hour found the bream had arrived but would only take a bait that was laid on and 'inched' through his feed area. Sadly for Geoff he lost several good fish on the way to the net that would have put him well clear of the field. Maybe it's time to invest his winnings in a longer net handle!

                          Despite the conditions everyone was getting bites but hitting them proved to be difficult, most likely because the most obliging fish were 1oz roach!.

                          The draw for next weeks match will be SATURDAY at the Kings Head Pub Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 3:30pm. (Light permitting)

                          Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
                          Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery

                          :p :) :p

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                          • #14
                            Match Report
                            Dog Lane Fishery
                            Middle Lake
                            Napton Warwickshire

                            November 11th

                            Middle Lake 9 pegs

                            1st Martin Paynter (Dog Lane Fishery) Peg4 37lb 10oz Pole/Caster & Maggot/Bream & Silvers

                            2nd Alan Hancox (Team Lollipop) Peg50 34lb 8oz Pole/Sweetcorn & Expanders/Carp

                            3rd Andy Judd (Daventry) Peg23 12lb 8oz Pole/Maggot/Miixed Silvers

                            This week at Dog Lane the wind had picked up and the water colour had dropped out, leaving the nine anglers fishing no choice but to either fish further out from the bank or go light for the silvers.

                            Martin Paynter on peg 4 chose to fish close in for the roach and skimmers for the first two hours and found them obliging straight from the all-in. Eventually Martin was forced to go further out as his inside line dried up, and with the increased tow on the lake took the unusual step of using a 1gm lollipop float and a size 20 hook to single red maggot to take a run of Bream and skimmers for a match winning weight of 37lb 10oz.

                            Second place on peg50 went to last weeks winner Alan Hancox who in his final hour had the carp queuing up to take his sweetcorn or expander bait at 13m over micro pelllet. Alan weighed in a very creditable 34lb 8oz.

                            Third place went to Daventry Chef, Andy Judd who cooked up a net of roach and perch for a far bank winning weight of 12lb 8oz. Nice busy fishing and an enjoyable way of keeping warm, maybe it's time to consider a silvers only 3hr match one Sunday afternoon.

                            The draw for next weeks match will be SATURDAY at the Kings Head Pub Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 3:30pm. (Light permitting)

                            Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
                            Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery

                            :p :) :p

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                            • #15
                              Match Report
                              Dog Lane Fishery
                              Middle Lake
                              Napton Warwickshire

                              November 18th

                              Middle Lake 10 pegs

                              1st Alan Hancox (Team Lollipop) Peg23 11lb 5oz Pole/Maggot/Carp & Bream

                              2nd Andy Judd (Daventry) Peg29 3lb 13oz Pole/Maggot/Bream & Silvers

                              3rd Harry Harrison (Warwick) Peg25 11oz Pole/Maggot/Skimmer Bream

                              A week of rain and a hard frost the night before put the fishing barometer on poor this week.

                              First place went to Alan Hancox of Team Lollipop who drew peg23 on the far bank. Feeding very small amounts of micros and fishing either maggot or corn on the hook Alan managed to coax half a dozen small carp for 9lb and 2lbs worth of silvers to weigh in 11lb 5oz.

                              Second place went to Andy Judd of Daventry on peg29 who weighed in a mixed bag of small silvers and a skimmer bream for 3lb 13oz.

                              Third place went to Harry Harrison of Warwick who only weighed in at the insistance of 'friend' Alan with one skimmer for 11oz.

                              The rest of the field remained fishless and biteless for the full five hours, despite this the hardy souls are coming back next week!

                              The draw for next weeks match will be SATURDAY at the Kings Head Pub Napton 9am and fishing from 10:30am to 3:30pm. (Light permitting)

                              Contact Pete Palmer 07749 225 880
                              Welcome to Dog Lane Fishery

                              :p :) :p

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