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shuttlecock

a light cone consisting of a cork stub with feathered flights, struck to and fro in badminton and battledore
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Fellow pupil Lauren Purser, 11, says: "It's a great idea to collect tokens as we are always losing shuttlecocks.
From the boats, Steve Trafford caught 29 rainbows to 5lb 8oz on shuttlecocks over two days and on a single Black Buzzer fished under an indicator fishing out from the point.
Small black sedge are among the most consistent "catchers" at the moment while the multitudes of hatching olives are best represented with emerging hare's ear patterns with vertical-hanging shuttlecock styles in about a 16 are best.
Tim Grove caught eight rainbows on shuttlecocks fishing near the point and Paul Drummond had seven on Damsels fishing out from the culvert.
Sharpley: CdC shuttlecock, Hare's Ear Sugar Cube, Black/Olive Palomino Buzzers, Black/Brown Sedge, Invicta, Caenis, Diawl Bach.
Lee Cartmail fished caught 11 on Pheasant tail nymphs, Tim Grove had 15 over two days on CDC Shuttlecocks, buzzers and black Hoppers, Peter and Ann Mclean caught 15 to 3lb between them fishing a Yellow FAB with two olive Crunchers on sink tip lines and Mark Jones caught nine to 5lb 8oz on hoppers.
LOCKWOOD BECK: Dawson's Olive, Dawson's Nomad, Black Fritz, Cat's Whisker, Buzzers, Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear, Pheasant Tail Nymph, Bloodworm, CdC Shuttlecocks, Klinkhammers, Daddies.
Keith Bunnett caught seven rainbows to 3lb on CDC Shuttlecocks from the bottom moorside block in just three hours of fishing.
Jubilee: Sedge, small black dries, emergers such as Shuttlecock, Buzzers, especially Wicked White, Shipman's, Damsels, Bloodworm, Lime Blobs, Orange Fritz, Cat's Whisker.
Lockwood Beck: Foam Beetle, Black and Peacock, C D C Shipman's, Shuttlecocks, Black or Olive Buzzer, Pheasant Tail Nymph, Damsel Nymph, Bloodworm, Hare's Ear, Dawson's Olive, Dawson's Nomad, Black Fritz, Cat's Whisker.
This week Andrew Grabham caught 26 fish to 4lb on Shuttlecocks from the holly bush.
Lockwood: Foam Beetle, Black and Peacock Spider, CdC Shipman's, CdC Shuttlecocks, Black or Olive Buzzer, Pheasant Tail Nymph, Damsels, Bloodworm, hare's Ear, Dawson's Olive, Dawson's Nomad, Black Fritz, Cat's Whisker.