Many young anglers will be at the Jack Charlton DAA children's fun day this Sunday at Sharpley Springs' Alice and Albert Lake
. The lake will open to others in early evening after Jack leaves.
Howard Robinson from Ryton released eight on the Hangman's, going on to release a further five on the Alice and Albert Lake
, while Dan Leonard from Felling also had good top-of-the- water sport, releasing six from a total bag of 16.
David Todd from Gateshead bagged an excellent brace with fish of 8lb 8oz and 6lb from the Alice and Albert Lake
Clint Hallam from Longnewton had one of 12lb on a Snake Fly; Paul Green from Wigan had a 13-pounder on a Blue/Black Buzzer; V Henry from Whitley Bay had a 10lb in a bag of 12; and Jack Henderson of South Shields netted one of 10lb from the Albert Lake
Luke Radcliffe from Sunderland took the fish of the week at 20lb from the Alice and Albert Lake
using a Bloodworm.
Still more doubles came up to feed on the Doxford and Alice and Albert Lake
where wing-drying Olives could be seen on the surface after early afternoon.
Andrew Campbell from Backworth took an 11-pounder from the Alice and Albert Lake
. Imitative patterns have again been the most effective.
Stanley Drew from Wallsend returned a 151b rainbow, his 10th fish of the day, using a Goldhead Damsel on the Alice and Albert Lake
. Ken Gill returned a 151b rainbow and Mike Stanton who took a 131b 7oz Golden Trout.
Paul Fenny from Hartlepool landed a 12-pounder, Wade Brown from Tynemouth had a 10lb 8oz rainbow from the Alice and Albert Lake
and Ian Akurs from Sunderland returned 12.
Ryan Barrow caught 13 trout to 10lb on the Albert Lake
on a Bloodworm.
The Jack Charlton Junior Disabled Angler Cup will be fished on the Alice and Albert Lake
Joe Gallagher of Great Ayton took the next tagged fish worth pounds 200 from the Alice and Albert Lake
. This fish took a Bloodworm and weighed in at 13lb 8oz.