Anglers targeting the carp in Bury Hill Fisheries Old Lake have certainly been capitalising on the fishes autumn feed up with three different thirties reported in the space of a few days.
Wayne Davies decided to celebrate his thirty eighth birthday by fishing from peg 38 on the Surry day-ticket water and topped a six fish catch with a cracking 32lb 10oz common.
The Redhill-based rod also landed carp of 20lb 1oz, 18lb 6oz, 16lb 4oz, 14lb and 8lb using glugged 20mm Sticky Krill boilies tipped with a piece of Korda Pink Fruity Squid imitation maize cast towards a fallen tree at the side of an island.
Just days later, fishing at the opposite end of the lake, Colin Watson helped himself to a 32lb 2oz common.
The 21-year-old from Chessington put his faith in a trimmed down Mainline Cell boilie which he cast out in conjunction with a PVA bag of chopped freebies to a spot at 40 yards range. Over the course of his 24 hour session, he landed a further 21 carp between 12lb and 22lb.
The final angler to get in on the action was Malcom Bubb, who was rewarded for travelling all the way from Bournemouth with a 33lb common (pictured).
Fishing 12mm drilled halibut pellets over a bed of hemp and pellets he landed the impressive specimen along with five other fish to 20lb, from the margins of peg 75.