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Wednesday evening opens - Pelsall

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  • Wednesday evening opens - Pelsall

    Cashmores AC are running opens on Wednesday evenings on their newly acquired stretch of The Wyrley & Essington Canal at Pelsall Common, starting next Wednesday 13th June 2007.
    Draw 5-30 pm by the 'walkover bridge' on Pelsall Common (Between Norton Road and Wood Lane).
    Fishing 6 - 15pm to 9 - 15pm.
    Pools are £6 - 00 all in.
    Only bait bans (at this time of year) are Bloodworm and Joker.

    Just turn up on the bridge if you fancy a dabble on this excellent stretch of canal.
    Even when I draw a half decent peg fate conspires against me...............:(

  • #2
    Been up the cut tonight - dropped JK off at the Fingerpost pub (peg 1) and had a wander down...........who was just setting up at 6.05pm. None other than Cotti the Warburton King down for a practise

    Paid him several visits in between pints - and he was bagging.............3 and 4oz roach every put in within 10secs.

    But will 15lb of roach be suffice as the tenchies and breamies show on other lines
    Even when I draw a half decent peg fate conspires against me...............:(

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    • #3
      Tom tom drums been beating............just heard that Yamo went for a 'practise' this afternoon and had around 60lb in 3 hours - comprising of 14 tench over 3lb and a few roach
      Even when I draw a half decent peg fate conspires against me...............:(

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      • #4
        went down there yesterday afternoon, had an amazing 6 hours, amassing a great weight of tench and bream and also losing 2 absolute monsters.

        got there at 2pm to find 2 gents on the oak trees by the royal oak pub. so i walked further along,about half way between the bridges. was very overcast and was not sure what to expect. first chuck on single magg on 22 hook i get a perch touching a 1lb,followed by a prime roach about 10oz and a succession of roach,rudd up to 5oz and then bang, out came the no4 elastic,following a hefty fight i netted a great tench about 3lb. Out came the monster gear,14 elastic 5lb line 16 hook. Had another tench straight away about 3lb followed by a succession of skimmers up to 1lb+. Then came a boat which met a quiet spell, but having fed some more worm i got into the tench again, catching 4 in 4 chucks the biggest about 4.5lb. Then a bream came to top about 4lb and the smile could be seen on my face from a long way away.Nosey gents drinking in the beer garden ambled over to ask what i was doing,what didnt help was that one of them spued his guts up in the margin,human grounbaiting at its best. The missus came over and i set her up on a 5m whip and she was annoyingly outcatching me, perch,roach skimmer hybrids and bump a tench just as my laccy was out again, now this was awlkward, 2 tench on at same time..but we just about managed it even tho mine was a tad bigger than her 2lb specimen.I then had a succession of tench and 2 real quality bream about 4lb, the biggest tench was about 5lbs and snagged me up twice en route to the net. i also got smashed up twice, they must have been carp or monster tench to snap 5lb 12oz line.the missus went at 6 so i had last hour to myself and added a few more tench, a 6lb pike that took double maggot and another couple of real prime roach that looked like they'd never been caught before, 1 was well over the pound mark.last half hour was spoilt by a barge full of morons hammered out of their heads speeding thru,and a young child who accompanied and ecouraged by her father started shcuking bricks in the canal about 6 yards away.it was a fantastic days fishing, just goes to show what the curley wyrley canal is capable of. ended up with 14 tench 4 bream,6 skimmers and about 10lbs of roach rudd and perch. not to forget the pike.

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