DARREN Passmore had the best bag of the week as he banked a grand total of 12 commons ranging from 6lbs up to 22lbs 4oz.
A good-sized bag of 10 fish was banked by Lapford angler Richard Tierney. They were all common carp with his best fish weighing 20lbs 2oz.
Tiverton's Stuart Wallace had some great action whilst fishing the right-hand bank. He landed a total of three fish and also banked two commons, his best hitting the scales at 20lbs 2oz.
Dawlish angler Bernard Courtney caught six fish, with one weighing 19lbs 2oz.
Darius Szczukowski, of Crediton, landed a 17lbs specimen common carp, while Wayne Richards banked two fish, both commons, weighing 17lbs 14oz and 14lbs.
Pete Morgan landed a 14lbs 4oz specimen and a nice 3lbs 10oz green tench.
Darren Reynolds, of Crediton, landed a common carp which scaled 12lbs exactly.
The heaviest catch the previous week went to Dave Russell. The Exeter angler hooked himself a new personal best catch when he landed his specimen common carp weighing 27lbs 8oz.
Russell also banked a specimen green tench weighing 4lbs 10oz.
The best bag was by Exeter angler, Mark Downing. He fished on the left-hand bank where he landed 24 carp using maggot. Topping his bag was a 19lbs 12oz common.
Downing enjoyed another session when he banked 23 fish, with 15 commons up to 17lbs 2oz and eight green tench to 3lbs 5oz.
Dave Dymond, also from Exeter, had a good couple of sessions, banking 22 fish on his first and 14 carp to 21lbs along with a tench on the other.
Newton Abbot's Lee Aggett banked over 20 common carp, with the best tipping the scales to 20lbs 4oz. In another session he tempted six fish, with his best catch tipping the scales to just over 18lbs.
The heaviest green tench for the week was recorded by Newton Abbot's Stephen Hird who landed two weighing 5lbs and 4lbs along with nine common carp up to 15lbs.
Silverton angler Stephen Bending tempted nine commons up to 22lbs. Paul Gibbs of Exeter banked eight carp to 18lbs 6oz together with one tench.
Newton Abbot's Geoff Waring banked eight commons along with a pair of green tench, with the best scaling 4lbs 8oz.
Dawlish angler Bernard Courtney landed two specimen commons up to 21lbs 1oz and Exminster's Ben Westward caught five commons up to 20lbs.
Exeter angler Steve Holdsworth landed five commons, while Tiverton's Wayne Richards banked three up to 16lbs and Ben Richards landed two to 11lbs. Tony Kingsley landed a 14lbs 9oz fish.
Kingfisher pool gave John Norman 25 carp on floating bread or legered sweetcorn while Fred Smythe had 22 carp to 14lb on method feeder with corn or pellet.
Stephen Hird caught 30 carp to just under 10lb on legered sweetcorn on Willow pool.
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