Cottington Match, 17 April 2022

Match Results / Report

  • Points Match
  • Pat Brunger (51lb 15oz)
  • Paul Fryer (38lb 1oz)
  • Stuart Eastman (24lb 9oz)

The 2022 TWAPS match league table can be found here (opens in a new window).

TWAPS Cottington Match – Match Results – 17th April 2022 – Points Match

Match No. 3 at Cottington, Windsor Lake.

On Sunday 17th April, on a brilliantly sunny day, some 11 anglers made the long drive to Cottington Lakes near Deal. Others had a bit of extra time in bed (Jeff and Matt Buxton).

Today we had two anglers fishing their first matches of the season: Brian Potter and Pat Brunger, who also won with 51lb 15oz of carp caught on the feeder. Paul Fryer came second with 38lb 1oz of mainly carp caught on the pole. Third was Stuart Eastman who caught carp, roach and skimmers for 24lb 9oz on the pole and feeder.

Jack Dean

TWAPS Match Secretary
17
th April 2022

Cottington Match Results
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TWAPS Updates

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Inn on the Lake – Temporary Closures

Members

At the hotel owner’s request, the fishery will be closed to all Members on Tuesday 21st May from 7pm, and will reopen at 7pm on Wednesday 22nd May.

Locks will be changed whilst closed.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

The Committee

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Polite Reminder – Pike Fishing

Members

This is a polite reminder to inform you that fishing for pike is now banned on all TWAPS waters until 1st October 2024. Pike fishing is only permitted from 1st October until 31st March each year.

Thanks
The Committee

Inn on the Lake Fish Survey

In March 2024 a fish survey was carried out by AE Fisheries on the Main Lake at the Inn on the Lake. See the ‘Fish Survey’ section on the Inn on the Lake page.

Other surveys are to follow at Shorne Country Park, Cobham and the Middle Lake
at the Inn on the Lake. These are to be carried out during the winter of 2024-25.

Renewing Membership Queries

Members

If you have any queries regarding renewing your membership please use the Contact Form.

Please do not contact Bailiffs or Committee Members directly – you will be directed to the website.

Thank you.
The Committee

Carp pellets for sale

Members

The Head Bailiff, Gary Bushell, has acquired carp pellets for sale to TWAPS Members at cost price.

If you would like to purchase some, or find out more details, contact Gary – BY TEXT ONLY PLEASE.

His number is on your membership card.

The Committee

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Inn on the Lake – Main Lake Jetty

Members

The owners of the Inn on the Lake Hotel have complained that some TWAPS Members are feeding fish from the jetty.

The jetty and patio areas are STRICTLY OUT OF BOUNDS to all Members for feeding or fishing.

Any Member caught either feeding or fishing from the jetty or patio areas will receive an instant suspension pending a disciplinary hearing.

We are currently waiting for the CCTV footage to be looked at.

The Committee
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Pike and Predator Fishing Open Evening

A pike and preditor open evening for all TWAPS Members is being organised for Tuesday 16th April 2024 starting at 7:30pm, at the Inn on the Lake hotel.

There are two guest speakers, Mark Barnet and Gary Peet.

More information will follow in due course.

The evening is open to all current TWAPS Members.

If you are a TWAPS Member and would like to attend please contact Gary Bushell, Head Bailiff, by TEXT ONLY PLEASE (please do not phone), so we have an idea of how many are coming. Please include your full name and your TWAPS membership number. Gary’s number is on your TWAPS membership card.

There will be a raffle on the night, with several prizes on offer.

Thank you

The Committee
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Inn on the Lake, Main Lake, Swim 18 Closure

Swim 18 on the Main Lake at the Inn on the Lake is permanently closed.

The Committee
TWAPS

Stocking Update

Saturday 16th December.

Fish supplied by VS Fisheries.

Delivered and stocked:

At the Inn On The Lake – 2 x c7s:
One fully scaled mirror of 29lb 4oz, known as “Hammond’s Mirror”.
One mirror of 27lb 10oz, known as “Buxton’s” Mirror.
These two fish were named after the two longest serving Committee Members.

At Cobham
Cobham bottom pond – 50x c3 mirrors up 6lb 5oz.

At Shorne Country Park
100 x C2s in to Long Lake, up to 3lb 8oz.
100 x C2s in to steps lake.

Photos for Cobham and Shorne to follow.

TWAPS is always building and protecting our stocks for the future.

Only silvers and tench to arrive now – in the new year.

The Committee.