four-pounder


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an artillery gun that throws a shot weighing four pounds

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Best fish was a superb 8lb 12oz specimen caught from the Cocks Close lake by Solihull angler Trevor Richards, who also had a four-pounder in his bag.
He waited until early afternoon for the first touch and netted a four-pounder.
From the same lake, Mr A Priest had rainbows of 5lb 8oz and 4lb 8oz, and Brian Haswell used a small Tadpole artificial lure to tempt a four-pounder and a three-pounder.
Only a few hit the difficult 3lb mark and those who catch a four-pounder are kings of local clubs.
Sid Barnes roamed the shoreline on Friday and was rewarded with five rainbows, including a four-pounder, for 12lb 13oz.
He started it all by chucking a four-pounder, worth pounds 7.
Ron Scott took the best fish of the week at 5lb 3oz along with a four-pounder and Jack Vout was well rewarded for his trip to the top of the reservoir - returning with a mix of blues and rainbows for 13lb 8oz.
Guy Nicholson, fishing Apps Bloodworm, had 18, the best at 4lb while Joe Foster had 14, the best also a four-pounder, on Amber Worm.
After losing a quality 12-pounder to a snapped line, extremely helpful advice from Sharpley saw him bring a hard-fighting four-pounder to the net.
Bait anglers who travelled light and kept on the move enjoyed the best of the sport with Ben Millen, of Saltburn, fishing green Powerbait, taking eight, including a four-pounder and a brace of three-pounders, for 18lb 4oz.
Ruth Duffield (pictured right), from Easingwold, Yorkshire, who represents England at rifle shooting, fishing ledgered yellow Powerbait, took a hard-fighting, well-conditioned rainbow of 4lb ( this four-pounder off the dam wall.
Julie Milburn had the biggest fish of the day, netting a fine four-pounder.
The best of these was a cracking four-pounder caught by P Craggs.
Four-pounders are the common catch but spent hens to 10 pounds are possible.
The smaller bass were tight to cover in shallow water, but the six or so two- to four-pounders I boated were chasing small bluegills at the edges of milfoil clumps near the deepest section of the lake.