P615 ORACLE 615 Sat29 Jul C4 2211:00 IVERSIONS   3/8            DAVE COSTER'S COARSE ANGLING GUIDE South West: Caster fished over ground bait on the near side ledge is still finding tench early in the day, on the Exeter Canal. Fish caster and squats in small open end feeders, for the bream, which are still to be found two thirds of the way across in most noted areas. In the River Exe, there is still plenty of roach by the Royal Oak, and hemp and tares seems the best method. Big bream are still a feature on the tidal stretches. Use caster or worm fished with the open end feeder. more follows > Diversions 610 Bridge 616 Bridge Chess Knitting Reviews
P615 ORACLE 615 Sat29 Jul C4 2201:11 IVERSIONS   6/8            DAVE COSTER'S COARSE ANGLING GUIDE North East: Rivers are low and badly weeded, but there are plenty of fish showing all the same in the faster runs. The Swale is solid with fish, particularly chub. Ouse is still producing plenty of small fish and still water sport is excellent specially on canals. Very good weights on the Stainforth where chub and roach are making up catches, of between 9-13lb to the waggler and pole. Leeds-Liverpool is responding well to bread for nice sized carp. more > Diversions 610 Bridge 616 Bridge Chess Knitting Reviews
P615 ORACLE 615 Sat29 Jul C4 2200:15 IVERSIONS   8/8            DAVE COSTER'S COARSE ANGLING GUIDE Norfolk and the Broads: Rivers need rain. Anglers fishing shallow still waters should not use keepnets unless absolutely necessary. (With such high temperatures and low levels, keeping the fish in nets for long periods could cause fish distress). The tidal stretches at Deep Dyke and Hickling Broad are good for bream particularly at night. A club match in this area was won with 50lb of bream. River Thurne is quiet while the Bure is producing odd bream, Upton and St Bennets are good areas. more > Diversions 610 Bridge 616 Bridge Chess Knitting Reviews
P615 ORACLE 615 Sat29 Jul C4 2200:00 IVERSIONS   1/8            DAVE COSTER'S COARSE ANGLING GUIDE London and the South East: Levels on the lower Lea have been erratic but if the water's up, fishing should be good. Expect plenty of roach on hemp and tares and chub to casters on popular venues like Ponders End, Picketts Lock, Cookesferry and Stonebridge. The Thames has little flow but it's fishing surprisingly well near Staines, where plenty of big dace are being taken to maggot fished on float gear. There's also the chance of odd barbel and chub here. continues > Diversioins 610 Bridge 616 ORACLE RACING CLUBS See p688 Bridge Chess Knitting Reviews
P615 ORACLE 615 Sat29 Jul C4 2211:00 IVERSIONS   2/8            DAVE COSTER'S COARSE ANGLING GUIDE London and the South (continued) On the Grand Union Canal, the final round of the Whyte and Mackay League at Denham saw Mick Wilkinson (Harefield) hold on to his lead to take the winner's purse, worth £230. Winner on the night was Chris Gillot, with 8-7-0 of waggler-caught chub and roach. Runner up, Tim Brown, included a 3\lb tench in his 6-5-8 total (Tim also took runner's up position in the league, edging out John Chapman on a weight advantage. more > Diversions 610 Bridge 616 Bridge Chess Knitting Reviews
P615 ORACLE 615 Sat29 Jul C4 2200:11 IVERSIONS   4/8            DAVE COSTER'S COARSE ANGLING GUIDE West Midlands: The Severn is low and clear with only weir pegs producing good bags of fish. The River Teme is worth a visit for big barbel but the Avon is very poor. Only small dace and chub are showing here to maggot. Edgbaston Reservoir is responding to caster and squat in ground bait for the bream. Canal sport is fair, with mainly small fish in catches to 5lb. South Wales: Clive Roberts took a superb catch of roach on hemp and caster to win last Sunday's Open, on Routh Park Lake. more > Diversions 610 Bridge 616 Bridge Chess Knitting Reviews
P615 ORACLE 615 Sat29 Jul C4 2200:00 IVERSIONS   5/8            DAVE COSTER'S COARSE FISHING GUIDE South Wales continued: Phil Weaver fished hemp and tares for runners up position on the Routh Park Lake Open, with 6lb, and Clive Branson fished bronze maggot for his 5-7-0 waggler caught total. In the evening league series on the same venue, Giles Cochrane won with 6-3-0 including a carp of 3lb. Results of the Sullfr League on Routh Park: (1) New Inn Knobblers, A team. (2) Cardiff Nomads A (3) Glamorgan Rebels A Individual title went to Clive Branson more > Diversions 610 Bridge 616 Bridge Chess Knitting Reviews
P615 ORACLE 615 Sat29 Jul C4 2201:01 IVERSIONS   7/8            DAVE COSTER'S COARSE ANGLING GUIDE East Midlands: Catches to 30lb are being taken on the Trent at Holme Marsh. Lots of roach about on the upper reaches, there was a 47lb catch in the Swarkestone area, last weekend. Plenty of roach, chub and skimmers showing on the middle river. After last weekend's International when the skimmers went on a feeding rampage, Holme Pierrepont has reverted back to some excellent roach catches of 22lb. Skimmer weights are possible to 16lb on the feeder, while on the Witham there are plenty of eels and skimmers about. more > Diversions 610 Bridge 616 Bridge Chess Knitting Reviews