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            Royal Leamington Spa Angling Association
est 1890

Jubilee Pools is now open
No vehicles on site before 6.00am Thank you
Membership available from Neil or Ros on the bank









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New DVD - Feeder Fishing at Jubilee

THE TRUTH ABOUT FEEDER FISHING 3: THE METHOD AND CAGE FEEDER FOR BREAM
Feeder fishing superstar Alex Bones invites his special guest and England International Darren Cox, out for a bream fishing head-to-head.

Set in the picturesque surroundings of Coombe Abbey and Jubilee Pools, in the West Midlands, the pair pit traditional tactics against ‘new’. Darren demonstrates the effectiveness of an open-ended feeder approach while Alex concentrates on the Method feeder.

The duo assess the pros and cons of each, and when adopting one over the other will pay dividends. There’s plenty of fish-catching action too in this 90-minute DVD and, more importantly, you can’t fail to become a better feeder angler if you put Alex and Darren’s tips into practice. Simple!

This new DVD (full version) is available from www.fishingfilms.co.uk


The two lakes which make up Jubilee Pools lie just outside Coventry at Ryton on Dunsmore.
The larger of the two lakes is the Island Pool which has over 40 pegs
including special pegs for disabled anglers. Big water, big fish. The photos of
specimen carp is headed by Max Hubbard's 32 lbs 1oz mirror and a 31 lbs common
caught by Pete Richards. Plenty of doubles and twenties. Specimen bream and tench accompany the carp. In recent years, Jubilee has developed a reputation as one of the premier bream waters in the midlands and there are perch, crucians and big shoals of roach. All types of bait can score with sweetcorn, maggots and soft pellets top of the list. Groundbait is allowed in moderation. Wind direction can help with fish location. Fishing into the wind often works well.

You will notice the superb condition of the fish at Jubilee, largely due to the care and attention of bailiffs Neil and Ros Hubbard who manage the fishery and its excellent facilities. They can offer information on the best pegs and methods. With more big fish being caught at Jubilee, it is important to equip yourself properly with a decent sized landing net and unhooking mat. If you are using bite alarms, bear in mind that the other anglers around you do not want to hear constant beeping, so your only excuse for a noise is a fish! If you intend photographing your catch, prepare your camera set up well in advance so that the fish is out of the water for the minimum time. Don't forget to send your photo to anthony@spaphoto.co.uk for the newsletter.
TOILETS Are available on site.
 LITTER Bins are provide or take your litter home.
 BAILIFFS Contact Neil and Ros Hubbard on 02476 307898.
 SAT NAV Coordinates: N52.363575, W1.423904
MEMBERS Pay an additional small charge each time they fish. Funds go towards restocking
 MATCH BOOKINGS  Phone Nick Adams 
ONLY between 7pm and 9pm on 01926 612855


Match Bookings Jubilee Pools 2014

DATE PEGS REQUIRED TIME CLUB POOL
4TH MAY 2014 WHOLE POOL 8am-2pm LEAMINGTON ISLAND
18TH MAY 2014 STRAIGHT 12 PEGS 8am-2pm GLEBE A/C ISLAND
8TH JUNE 2014 18 (TBC) 8am-2pm CROW PIE A/C ISLAND
13TH JUNE 2014 12 PEGS 8am-2pm GLEBE A/C HORSE SHOE
27TH JULY 2014 STRAIGHT 15 PEGS 8am-2pm AJAX A/C ISLAND
17TH AUG 2014 STRAIGHT 17 PEGS 8am-2pm SPRING STREET ANGLING ISLAND
7TH SEPT 2014 18 (TBC) 8am-2pm CROW PIE A/C ISLAND
21ST SEPT 2014 STRAIGHT 12 PEGS 8am-2pm POTTERS GREEN AC ISLAND