Catch Report – Week Ending 22/04/18

The fishery has been very productive this past week – Until the storm on Saturday night which made fishing on Sunday a bit tricky.

Pit 1  Good bags of Roach, Rudd and Perch on float fish maggot. Method feeder with corn & pellet accounted for many carp to 16lb+.
Match Lake Surface bait and zig rig tactics caught a good number of carp to 15lb.
Pit 2  Fished well with carp to 20lb+ with all methods taking fish (zig rigs,  surface bait & ledgered boilies)
Reece McBride took a number of fish on zig rigs & floaters to 19lb.
Pit 7 Many anglers reported multiple catches with mirrors to 18lb and commons to 21lb, with boilies & pellets the favored bait.
Pit 6 – Produced a selection of carp from 20lb to 32lb caught just of the island and by the margins.
Pit 3 [Members Only] Jason McBride with a new PB caught the best fish of the weekend ‘Big Lin’ at 35lb 4oz.
Ken Lloyd caught the ‘Swirly Common’ at 34lb using free lined mixers.

Jason McBride - Big Lin 35lb

Jason – With ‘Big Lin’ 35lb 4oz From Pit 3 (Members Only Pit)

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Twynersh Fishing Complex, Thorpe Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9EJ

Welcome to Twynersh Fishing Complex

8 Lakes to choose from

The Fishery is situated in Chertsey, Surrey and is based on the site of an old gravel works that were excavated in the 70’s. Left to mature on their own for a number of years they have since the late 80’s been landscaped and developed into the complex we have today.

The grounds within this complex are carefully maintained to offer the angler easy access and parking while still allowing the abundant wildlife a place to reside. In January 2004 the Twynersh was selected as a site of nature conservation importance by the Surrey Wildlife Trust.

The fishery within its perimeter fence covers an area of approximately 44 acres and features 8 gravel pits of varying sizes.

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