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  • twyning river avon. tewkesbury glos.

    cmon guys someones bound to have fished here, please could you tell me best methods.
    thanx in advance.
    [URL="http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com"]http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com[/URL]

  • #2
    best fished at 17.5m with meat shallow and loose feeding 16mm pellets
    Give it a rub and it might do something !!!!!

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    • #3
      Hi paintdec,

      I've fished a few club matches there over the past few years. It's mainly a small fish venue. There are bigger bream but they have never shown for us. I usually feed down the middle for them and hope, trying with a bomb or feeder over the feed now and again, but no luck yet.

      There's loads of small skimmers in there. Sometimes we've had lots caught and others they've just not shown at all, plus the usual perch and roach and eels.

      Best bet either maggot feeder or groundbait feeder down the shelf and middle. It's quite deep, 9-14 ish, but varying. Could use chopped worm / caster, pays yer money and takes yer choice.

      We've had 20lb of small fish caught on the pole, with bites all day and other times very slow. Expect it to be slow and you wont be disappointed and more than likely correct.

      3-8lb club weights should do you. wide range I know but thats how it is. Nice setting.

      Alternatively pole it. It's usually slow, but if it picks up a bit and in that depth I sometimes use a bait dropper for accuracy.


      PS Just by way of interest, I once tried a fish finder out there. It picked up plenty of fish in the the edges, in the lillies and it only showed fish from about 2lbs and up. They were pretty much along the length. I never found out what they were. Jack pike, Zander, Bream ???
      Just a thought.
      Last edited by MarkV; 12 August 2009, 09:21 AM.
      Whitnash Royals A.C.

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      • #4
        cheers mark.
        just hope the weathers nice then. no harm in feeding the margins, and give it a try every hour or so.
        i will pole it over groundbait, for main line.
        [URL="http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com"]http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com[/URL]

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        • #5
          polehard.
          only got 50mm pellets. probably feed this ,and try 16oz sirloin on the hook,fished at 30 metres on my margin pole. hell if that fails, i have got some grenades in the boot.
          [URL="http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com"]http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com[/URL]

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          • #6
            Paintdec - think Polehard didnt clock you were talking about the river and thought you meant this place at Twyning

            Fisheries.co.uk - Hillview Lakes, Twyning, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
            Even when I draw a half decent peg fate conspires against me...............:(

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            • #7
              Originally posted by paintdec View Post
              polehard.
              probably feed this ,and try 16oz sirloin on the hook
              Never underestimate it mate
              Whitnash Royals A.C.

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              • #8
                tk.
                i know polehard, he lives down the road from me. believe me mate he was just joking, like i was with my answer.
                if an angler tried to give me info i didnt know. i would respect there remarks.
                [URL="http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com"]http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com[/URL]

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                • #9
                  PM Brookie, he lives near the river at Twyning he should give you some decent info

                  www.polefloatsbyjasonelwell.co.uk

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                  • #10
                    cheers bri.
                    [URL="http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com"]http://www.steve-hawk.blogspot.com[/URL]

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