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Eaglescliffe angler Craig Campbell |with his catch of the week
THE region's coarse anglers continue to enjoy some great sport, and on Whittle Dene, catch of the week was a mixed net of skimmers, roach and perch from the Lower Reservoir, weighing 31lb 9oz by Mr JR Lee.
Meanwhile, Ash Pool at Blundell's Fishery chucked up the heaviest catch of the week - an 851b 8oz winner for Albert Malcomson (Drennan NW) who caught a string of ide, the biggest six ounces, on a 12 metre pole with worm.
Multi-bait angler Barry Wilson took the best catch of the week at Fontburn with seven for 10lb 8oz from the North Shore Bay.
A swimfeeder and PowerBait combination worked well for George Wind who made three visits during the week, recording limit catches each time with his third trip gaining him the catch of the week at 18lb.
The fish of the week was caught by T Lee who landed a fine 4lb rainbow, while C Irwin landed the best catch of the week on Sunday with seven for 11lb 4oz taken on the north side near the overflow.
A Coates from Consett landed the best fish of the week at 4lb 8oz while J Spoor took the best limit catch of the week at 17lb 2oz, including one of 3lb 6oz, on the fly.
Fly angler Ted Baldwin landed the heaviest eight-fish catch of the week at 24lb, including the heaviest fish of the week at 6lb 3oz.