Packington and Blythe

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henry

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have any of you guys or women recently fished these waters and do you have any tips on how to fish it lakes on Packington are molands, grats, siblings and willow on Blythe willow and bridge
 

Paul Roberts

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We've fished Geary's Level (the big one) and Little Geary's this season.
If you want lots of small carp, good roach and the odd big tench then try Little Geary's. Fish close to the island whilst feeding your pole swims - they come in very close during the warmer weather. Best baits were sweetcorn / maggot / caster - this was in June/July but you should still catch now. We had weights of approx. 20lb. Best pegs were - there weren't any - the weights were all spread out. Little Geray's is great if you're looking for a pleasant day out or just starting fishing. But if it's big stuff ......try Geary's Level.

Along the high bank you must fish to the poles in the water - drop it short and forget it. If your on the opposite side fish to the islands and if your not on them and can't reach the poles... forget it. This is an out-and-out big fish water.
Not recommended for the inexperienced angler.


Hope this helps


Paul
 

Cptn Hook

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We fished willow, caught approx. 12lb 5oz of little stuff. No big carp caught, just crucian. Weight made up of roach, crucian, skimmers.
Ps. this is my first post so hiiiiii[:D] evry1...

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