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Wednesday, 31 October 2012

weds open landsend match lake

poor turnout today with only 10 fishing, it may have been the forecast which was promising heavy rain which kept people away but luckily they got it wrong as we had no proper rain till the drive home.
aaron britnell pulled 2 tickets out and offered me one, i,m glad i took the right one as it was 19, the last time i drew this i had 350lb stalking them off the top, no chance at this time of year for that to happen again.
after the weekend when the first 2 caught on meat that was going to be my first choice of baits, so i set up a 4x14 with a middy 9313 on .14 line for 4 and 7 mtrs and the same rig was ok to use in front of peg 20 for soft pellet over micro,s,at 14 mtrs, i set up a 4x12 rig with a xedion size 18 on .16 line for meat down the edge, i aso set up a 4x12 for caster over by the island on .12 line with a 6313 size 16 hook on
starting on the 7mtr line i missed a bite first put in, which was a good sign, i,m not going to waste to much time about the match as apart from a carp at 14 mtrs and a small carp by the island the match was spent on the 4 and 7 mtr line apart from a few forays down the edge which yielded 6 carp ending up with 24 carp for what i estimated would go about 130lb, the scales went 144.14 for first on the day with all the fish falling to 8mm meat fished over the same
2nd adrian jefferey on 22 with 69.6
3rd ziggy slowinski on 15 with 52.10
4th fabio 51.11 on 13
5th aaron britnell 46 .14 which included top silvers with 24.8 off peg 3
6th adam caswell 46.5 peg 11

Monday, 29 October 2012

sunday open landsend fishery

what a difference 24 hours makes to the weather, yesterday at viaduct we had clear skies and a frost with a biting northerly wind and this morning it was mild with a westerly breeze and lots of rain. we had 24 booked in for the match so we were spread over match and speci lake, mike duckett pulled two tickets out stuck together so i had the one sticking out, it turned out to be 31 which is a peg which you could nearly guarantee winning off 18 months ago but i cant remember a winner coming off it since anton page broke the lake record off it, he must have really upset them !!!!
for company i had rowan atkinson body double to my left in the shape of dave westcott and bathampton reject niel mercer to to my right, normally i like to fish this peg tight in to the far bank but with the plants on the island collapsed over a bit plus there was a piece of line going across the gap between the bushes stopping access.
so i set up a pellet rig to fish at the front of the bushes with a 16 b960 on .16 for banded 6 and 8,s over loosefed 4,s, a 4x12 for corn the my right by the empty pallet beany and me had to share but i wont talk about that any more as beany and me never had so much as a roach there. also put together was a 4x14 rig for 13 mtrs for corn over micro,s with a 16 6313 0n .14.
starting on the corn line i managed 1 f.1 and lost 2 in the first hour so that was a bit of a waste of time , so i went across to the bushes with pellet but apart from a couple of liners i couldnt get a bite there , by now beany and fabio on 29 and 28 respectivley were catching odd carp on maggot and caster fished tight over to the far bank, also niel on 32 had a couple of carp and some good perch down the end bank margin
so with half the match gone and with 1 f1 in the net drastic action was called for, i normally carry one of those frangle gadgetts which is a very sharp angled blade which screws onto your cupping kit allowing you to cut any offending pieces of line away but needless to say it was no where to be found in my kit, its my own fault for not having one as vic bush markets them under his mosella/ avalon brand and its a piece of kit any one who fishes snakey type lakes shouldnt be without. so i went out with my cupping kit and after a bit of tugging and pulling i managed to get the line out of the way, so i cupped in some casters with a bit of corn then made up a 4x10 rig on .16 with an 18 exedion hook on the end, i had to fish it on a very short line with about 6 inches of line between the pole tip and float as i needed to fish tight to the bank under a bush to get bites, first drop on double caster cave me a small rudd so the rest of the match was spent on corn, my first carp was probably 11 to 12lb shortly followed by a 16lb common which as i netted i went blind as my brollie decided to shut by its own accord again, thats the second time this year perhaps its time to go for a new one, but it gave alan oram opposite on 33 a giggle.
i ended up with 6 carp 2 chub and 1 f1(i wont mention the small rudd as small one are a waste of time i hate them) which weighed 53lb ish.
1st martin pettiffer 108.5 peg 5 mainly catching on meat in the gap between the 2 islands
2nd was the wincanton pensioner dave roper o 16 with 104.2. its nice to see dave has got a new full time carer in the shape of nick collins who is obviously taking his new job seriously.
3rd philip(only his mum calls him that)fabio harding with 81.4 peg 28
4th dave "beany"westcott 77.15 peg 29
5th mike west 65.14 peg 1
6th paul elmes 62.2 peg 15
top silvers went to paul elmes with 20.8

Saturday, 27 October 2012

silvers final at viaduct fishery

with 43 of us spread over cambell, cary and lodge there was going to be plenty of room, after a good breakfast in woody,s cafe at the fishery it was into the draw tin and out comes peg 70 for two weekends on the trot , needles to say i had a bit of stick off most in the queue, as i had won off it with 46lb of skimmers the week before and it has been the most consistent silvers peg for weeks, so i wasnt complaining , but as we know different days bring different results, and with the colour dropping out due to an overnight frost and a chilling northerly wind, nothing was going to be cut and dried. i didnt see any reason to do anything different so i set up 2 rigs both with an 18 6313 on .10 , one being .5g and the other 4x12 just in case a lighter approach was needed, another plus with this peg today was that the cold wind was at my back, the people behind me on cary had it smack in there faces and it was cold, for company i had steve jackson on 71 and dave white on 69 , on the whistle i fed 3 balls at 11 and 14 mtrs just like last week and half expected a similar but slightly cooler response from the skimmers but it never happened it was just a case of trying to get a bait to the bottom before a small roach nailed it the best bait to avoid the small roach seemed to be pieces of worm but the roach even nailed that, i did get bites all match but mainly from small fish , i had 3 better skimmers and quite a few handsize jobs but i was never going to win today i thought i had about 10lb and i was convinced dave had beaten me but he lost several good skimmers which cost him dear today, dave weighed 13.14 but i beat him by 4oz to win the section he was gutted lol.
1st on the day went to the ginger one , Andy power on 114 with 7 tench plkus bits for 23.13
2nd anton page 21.2 peg 125
3rd paul greenwood 17.12 peg 96
4th gay o,shea 14.4 peg 112
5th tony rixon 14.2 peg 70
6th dave white 13.14 peg 69

Thursday, 25 October 2012

practice silvers match for the silvers final on sat

back down to viaduct again and with only 12 fishing we would have plenty of room as we were spread over cary lake. weds matches have been poorly attended all summer whereas the thursday cost cutters have been really popular ,says it all really, people aint got the money.
back to the draw tin and aaron britnell insisted on drawing for me and he handed me peg 77 which was an end peg today and on the way down i said i really fancied 78 so one peg away would have to do. still keeping it simple on this lake (well all lakes really) just 2 rigs , a .3g for caster down the edge with an 18 6313 on .10 and that would do for a lighter rig on the long pole as it was only 6 inches deeper out at 13 mtrs,
the other rig was a .5 affair with the same hook and line for 13 mtrs straight out and at 11 o,clock angle at 9 mtrs, i only chose these 2 areas as it was the same depth so i could get away with the same rig for both.
at the start i cupped in 3 balls on the 9 and 13 mtr line and started feeding some casters down the right hand margin at 5 mtrs.
starting at 9 mtrs i started with a carp on first drop in as did several other anglers, then i bumped off a good skimmer and the small raoch arrived next. a switch to double caster did get me some small skimmers but it was a bit slow, no noe seemed to be catching to much, as far as i could see aaron on 80 and trigger on 101 were catching but it was mainly small skimmers, most of my match was spent at 9 mtrs with skimmers drifting in and out of the feed, there were fish on the 13 mtr line aswell but the 9mtr line was just as productive so i reckon 75% of my weight came from there, the margin gave me a couple of perch with one of about 1 1/2lb and some roach but the carp arrived so i binned that line, i was still catching fish at the end of the match and i nearly put in my qouta of 2kg of g bait with the fish responding to it really well , as to whether it will be the same on saturday ,i dont know as we are possibly going to have 2 frosts and the days are going to be bright so it will be harder me thinks.
i had a look in my net at the end and it felt like i had 40lb plus in it so i new that would be there or there abouts as far as i could see, scott russell on 97 had been catching well at 5mtrs in the last half of the match on caster but a slow first half would be the difference. i was first to weigh and my net went 42.5 for first on the day
2nd scott russell 35.1 on peg 97, the slow start did cost him
3rd craig edmunds 31.3 peg 101
4th nick ewers 28.11 peg 85
5th aaron britnell 28.6 peg 80
6th tim pallant 27.11 peg 88
today i was next to mike west who was on 78 , normally being next to mike means that you have to put up with his endless phone calls about work . but not today ,he as discovered that the samsung galaxy111 my be an all singing all dancing piece of wonderfull technology but he forgot to download the app that makes it float as it fell out of his pocket and went straight in, but at least he had a quiet day.
there is an open at landsend on sunday 9am draw book in with me at the shop or with mike at the fishery on 07977545882

Sunday, 21 October 2012

viaduct silvers league round 3

i needed another good draw today to make sure i was going to stay in contention, and i didnt dissapoint myself when i drew 70 on lodge lake , which is nearly as good as 100 on cary, that drsw was left to paul greenwood today so it would be interesting to see how the in store proffessional would do off it today !!!!!
for company i had the old ronnie master ,mike nicholls on 69 and the genial welshman and firenzee consultant on 71, so good anglers either side was going to make it interesting. i only set up 2 rigs today ,both .5g affairs with 18 6313 hooks on .10. one for 6mtrts and the other for 11 and 14mtrs, there was only about 6 inches difference between 6 and 11mtrs but i set up two rigs so as i didnt have to keep changing depth, the plan was to feed 3 balls of g bait on each line , start at 6 mtrs then swap between all 3, on the all in i fed all lines and began on caster at 6 mtrs and by now mike was already swinging his 4th roach in. i stayed with thge short line for the first hour but i was having trouble getting through the blips, miuke was in his element with the little ronnies dropping into his net, by now it was looking as though his boast about taking it easy on me wasnt going to happen as i reckon i had less than a pound in the first hour, so out to 11mtrs and it was small roach again, after about 10 mins on roachletts i had a good perch of about 1 1/2 lb, but the small roach were still a problem, i opened a tin of corn but that gave me no bites at all, by now andy had taken a couple of skimmers and mike also had one but he was still blip bashing, i put double caster on and had a couple of good skimmers at 11mtrs, and to be honest the next three hours went really well with good skimmers and bream responding well to regular top ups, and during this period i pulled well away from andy who had been catching skimmers aswell, it was all going well till about 75 mins from the end when my swim died and andy began catching well, in that last period i had 4 skimmers for aboout 6lb whereas and was getting good fish , it seemed as though the main shoal had shifted peg as i was getting small roach problems again which is a bad sign . on the all out i had a quick look in the net and thought i had 45lb plus ,andy was abmitting to 40 lb so it would be close, the scales arrived and my net went 46.12 for first on the day , andy was only one fish behind with 44.4, i di keep reminding him about the one that jumped off lol, he wasnt bitter MUCH lol
1st tony rixon 46.12 peg 70
2nd andy neal 44.4 peg 71
3rd paul faires 35.6 peg 103
4th richard aherne 32.12 peg 68
5th john green 30.15 peg 126
6th dave roper 30.10 peg 130
oh i nearly forgot paul greenwood on 100 possibly the finest skimmer peg on the venue last in his section with 16lb, just goes to prove flyers dont always go

Sunday, 14 October 2012

sat and sunday at viaduct fishery

saturday first of all and it was the all winners final with 1000 quid first prize, so a good draw was needed as the standard fishing was high , into the draw tin and out pops 90, which is the top right hand corner peg as you look at the lake, with the wind blowing into i half fancied it even though the wind was chilly, i had dave roper opposite on 94 and andy lloyd next door on 88, i think andy must have won the lottery as he actually bought me a cup of tea from the cafe, thats the first one ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i set up a wag to fish at depth out towards an overhanging bush, a meat rig for down the edge at 14 mtrs , a pellet rig for 16 mtrs down the edge but the less said about that the better as i never had a bite on that, i also set up a rig to fish banded pellet at 14 mtrs straight out, but that only gave me one small skimmer, so after an hour i had a look down the edge on meat but never had a bite so i refed it and went out on the wag, it was about now that tom mangnal on 97 hooked a good carp and seemed to lose total control of it as it ended up in 94 attached to dave ropers tackle who duly netted it and put it in his net, but he did give tom his float back, i had a bite first chuck on the wag and safely netted a near double figure carp, looking down the lake i couldnt really see to much going on there were odd fish being taken but no one was setting it alight, the last half of the match was my best as i ended up with 12 carp and about 12lb of silvers for an estimated 120lb, but that was not going to be any good today as dave opposite had 14 fish from his margin, also paul greenwood on 105 and nick merry on 100 had also caught well, as it turned out , fishery boss paul greenwood on 105 had 18 meat caught fish from his margin for 188.7 for the £1000 first prize
2nd and not far behind was nick merry on 102 with 171.7
3rd roy worth 164.8 peg 114
4th dan white 152.2 peg 78
5th dave cockayne 151 peg 127
6th ashley tompkins 139.11 peg 126
and my estimate of having 120 was good today as i had 120.2
on cambell and cary againtoday and i wasnt to sure as to where i wanted to draw , but i wasnt best pleased to pull 130 from the tin, no good for silvers and it has been hard for carp since the temp dropped and waking up to a frost this morning wasnt going to help. mike nicholls drew on saturday and really struggled, ending up with about 50lb , just a few carp on the drop, i thought i would do it differently to him so i set up a meat rig to fish at 14 mtrs and a wag to fish banded 8mm straight out in the middle, niether of which mike had done on saturday, i had dick bull on my left and chris fox on my right, the first 90 mins were spent on the meat at 14 mtrs and it gave me 4 carp and a skimmer, opposite on 110 roland lucas was catching well on the wag fishing pellet to the end bank although the fish were of a smaller size , up past the spit on 128 trig edmunds was catching and i expected tom mangnal to be doing well on 126 , the rest of my match was spent on the wag and i ended up with 24 carp in the netfor what i thought would go about 120lb again, the lake had fished well with both trig and tom admitting to 160lb and with part time mugger pete wild over on 116 also admitting to 150lb ish and roland ending up with 34 carp my best chance was going to be a section win by default.
1st on the day went to tom mangnal with 184.8 of mainly wag caught fish on pellet
2nd craig edmunds on 128 with 180.14 , he should have won but he was about 10lb over in his nets, he should chuck his counter away
3rd roland lucas 146.12 peg 110
4th pete wild 145.12 peg 116
5th t rixon 133.1
6th les williams 123.4 peg 99
steve kedge 32.2 of caster caught whitebait on 114

Wednesday, 10 October 2012

weds open chilton trinity, woodland lake

only 11 fishing today so we had every other peg, well nearly, i let misha draw for me and i ended up on peg 9, for company i had roger andoniou on 7 and kev molten on 10.
i set up a shallow and deep pellet rig to fish hard 8,s and 6,s at 13mtrs both had a b960 size 16 hooks for banded pellet, and a 4x14 rig for meat down the margin to my right for meat so i had an 18 xedion hook on .16 line.
at the start i cupped in some meat down the edge and some hard 6,s at 13 mtrs, and went out on the deep rig with a hard 8 in the band, it took a while to get a bite but by firing some 6,s over the top by the end of the first hour i had 5 average size carp (4lb) and a skimmer, the only other person i could see catching was ryan summerhayes on 23 who had sold his soul to the devil and was catching carp on the method feeder with a boilie on the hook !!!!. by the end of the first hour i started getting liners so i went out on the shallow rig and had another 20 carp in the next 3 hours with some fish going nearly 10lb, fabio on peg 2 was catching well on meat down his margins also tom thick on 14 was catching shallow as was ryan over on 23 (he must have lost his feeder). with 2 hours to go my fish did a dissapearing act and all i could manage shallow in the last couple of hours were a couple of tench, i did get a couple of carp on the deep rig and 1 down the edge, but my swim had died and its hard to understand why, it could be wind strength change or it was just there time of day to be somewhere else who really knows, fabio kept catching down his edge right to the end so i thought he had beaten me, and he did with 124 .11 and first on the day
2nd was me with 116.12 but i fell foul of the fishery net limit curse again as i had 78.12 in one net and 34.5 in the other and with my silvers 12.7 it would have given me 125.8, hey ho lifes a bitch then fabio claims the hollow victory quid(like i,m bitter but no one to blame but myself)
3rd tom thick 108.8
4th ryan summerhayes 85.1
5th jason radford 73.4
6th john bradford 54lb
steve kedge on 25 with 30lb of roach on caster fished close

Sunday, 7 October 2012

silvers league , viaduct fishery, round 2

into the draw bag early and out pops peg 100 on cary, a good peg for skimmers. for company i had mike(silverfox)nicholls on 101 and bob(chattyman)gullick on 99.
i set up 3 rigs today. a .5grm and a .3 grm for caster, dead red maggots or small pieces of worm both rigs had an 18 6313 on .10, the lighter of the 2 was on a slightly longer piece of line so as i could start by fishing caster to hand at the start of the match, i also set up a 4x14 with a 16 6313 for chopped worm at 6 mtrs or bigger pieces over the groundait at 11 and 14 mtrs.
at the start i fed 2 baqlls of grounbait wit a few casters and some well chopped worms at 11 mtrs and 3 more at 14 mtrs, i cupped a reasonable pot of chopped worm and caster at 6mtrs then began on the topset to hand with caster, but after 20 mins and only 4 small roach that line was binned. out to 6 mtrs with a piece of worm, after a couple more roach a carp was hooked and duly lost, by now bob gulliick was out at 14 mtrs and was getting some skimers with some better samples amongst them, on my other side mike was struggling with the roach not wanting to play ball at this stage also his g bait line at 11 mtrs wasnt yielding any thing of note except for carp, i went out to my 11 mtr line and was soon catching skimmers , mainly on the small side , between 3 and 5 to the pound, whereas bob,s fish were of a better stamp but less of them so by my reckoning as well as bobs i was falling behind, i started on caster but soon changed to single dead red as it seemed the fish preferred it , i did try small pieces of worm but it wasnt as good as the maggot, i spent most of the match on the 11 mtr line only occasionally going out to 14 mtrs , i fed quite a bit of g bait feeding a ball everytime i had a couple of roach on the bounce, i even ran out towards the end and i had to scrounge some off mike to see me through to the end of the match, the last 90 mins of the match went a bit strange with the fish going as bit wierd, the skimmers were in the swim but not on the deck, but if you came off the deck you couldnt get a bite, mike by now was catching really well down his margin on caster , getting big skimmers and hybrids , by the end i thought bob had beaten me but i had beaten mike , but i nearly got that wrong as bob weighed 36.14, i new i had beaten that and i weighed 48.10 ,what i didnt expect was for mike to put 46lb on the scales, that was close, i new he had caught well but his catch was a suprise even to him.
as it turned out cambell had fished hard with carp being a real problem so i won on the day with 48.10 on peg 100
2nd mike nicholls 46lb on peg 101
3rd anton page 43.4 peg 70
4th bobby gullick 36.14 peg 99, less time chatting and more time fishing may help you bob, but it was funny to have you believing you had beaten me right up to the end, but i did think he had over 45lb, you really need to make less of a meal about the fish you are catching lol
5th steve kedge 36.5 peg 121
6th andy neale 35.10 peg 77
i got to mention the 2 foulers i landed a 2 pounder hooked in the anal fin and a 3lb fish hooked in the gill plate, plus the 5 fish i landed on mikes groundbait in the last 30 mins that probably went 10lb, thanks mike

Thursday, 4 October 2012

weds landsend open

its good to see the weds opens being reasonably well supported and with 20 in attendance today its still good, those interested i am going to trinity on woodland lake next weds so again book with me at the shop on 01179517250.
back to today and kev molten drew for me and handed me 24 which is the corner peg on the match lake, not a peg i would have chosen as its had no real form of late except for pete wild winning the lake silvers off it last sunday ,but that was only with 22lb.
you normally catch smallish carp up the right hand margin but they can be on the small side as it seems that the bulk of the fish are little dark residents that live in the peg all year long, so i set up a 4x12 rig with a 16 b960 for banded pellet at the top of the shelf, also a 4x12 for corn in the left hand margin but less said about that the better as it was total non-starter with not even a dip off a roach on the few occassions i tried it.
the last rig was a 4x14 with a 16 6313 0n .12 for soft pellet over micros at 10 o,clock angle and for corn straight out both at 14 mtrs. with some good anglers on good pegs it was going to be hard to get in the coin today unless the flyers didnt fish, as they some times do or is it dont ?.
starting on soft pellet over the micros , missed a bite(liner)first drop then had a 3lb carp, the first couple of hours were spent on this line where i had several skimmers and 4 more carp, the corn line gave me 2 more smallish carp in the next hour but i wasnt really going anywhere as mark poppleton on 19 was catching carp, as was tim clark on 17 judging by the number of times i could see his yellow elastic stretching out beyond the bushes. the speci lake seemed to be fishing hard judging by the banter. the last half of the match was really spent fishing up the edge but that wasnt fishing to form as when you feed you tend to get liners as the fish move up from the snags and onto the feed , but it probably took an hour to start getting bite but the peg was getting stronger towards the end with me adding another 9 carp and a couple of good skimmers to give me 15 carp and about 15lb of silvers for about 70lb, i thought mark poppleton on 19 had won as he seemed to be catching all day but was only admitting to 70lb as was tim clark no 17 and blast from the past(and still a ginger liar) aaron britnell on 5 and with no one having anything of note on the speci i thought i may sneak in the money.
1st on the day was mark poppleton on 19 with 70lb, oh no sorry he actually had 106.6 catching carp shallow and on the drop towards the far bank cover
2nd aaron britnell on 5 with 70lb, oh no he had 96.4
3rd tim clark on 17 with possibly 60lb oh no he had 83lb, but i can let him off as he aint allowed to go very often so its rare for him to see fish in these numbers especially in his net
4th tony rixon peg 24 , 78,14 (like ive never lied about my weight lol)
5th steve kedge peg 1 64.4
6th adrian jeffery peg 3 57.7
craig edmunds on peg 40(it was rested on sunday)with 37.14 which included the lakes 5.10 f1, with most of the fish falling to soft pellet over micros

Monday, 1 October 2012

sunday open landsend fishery

a good turn out with 35 fishing so we had a bit of room as mike let us use 3 lakes,
i let chris fox draw for me after he pulled 31 for himself which is a good peg, then he pulls me 36 which is a nice peg on the carpark bank of the speci lake, its good for silvers aswell as carp so i was a bit torn as to what to do, so i sut up a 4x12 rig for soft pellet to fish at 11 and 1 o,clock angles over micros with a 16 6313 on .12, a 4x12 for corn at 5 mtrs to my right at the bottom of the shelf with a 18 xedion hook on .16 ,and a .2 j13a float on .16 with a 19 b960 for hard 8mm pellet over cupped 6,s to the far bank,
tackling up i had a proper senior moment as instead of putting lube down the topset i gave it a squirt of super glue ,it just dont work the same lol, can i really expect more of these cockups as i get older, hmm.
at the start i fed all lines and by the time i picked up the soft pellet rig there were blows over the micros, going out with a soft 4mm on the hook i was soon netting a good f1 followed by a skimmer, the first couple of hours went ok with more f1,s and skimmers over the micros, but the soft pellet didnt work as well as a piece of corn, even though i wasnt feeding any on this line, the thing with corn is i think is that its a nice visual bait and the fish readily accept it as a natural food source as loads gets thrown in.
into the third hour and a look at the 5 mtr line gave me one more skimmer and 2 carp including one common about 18lb, its a very recognisable fish as its very long, i have caught this fish 3 times myself over the years and have weighted it in for others on several occasions, so its probably not the brightest of fish, the final part of the match was spent fishing pellet to the far bank where i had several chub and 10 more carp for what i was hoping would go 100lb but i wasnt sure so i admitted for a bit less.
the speci lake had fished hard with our side being the better side to be on, on the opposite bank was craig (trigger) edmunds who considers himself up and coming but today he was like his hair line which is come and gone, he gave me so much stick a couple of weeks ago when i only weighed in 11 lb at acorn, isnt it funny how things come and bite you in the ass , well i would like to let everyone now that he only manged to put 9.12 on the scales lol.
1st today went to tom mangnal on peg 5 with 127.8, catching carp to the island on worm
2nd tont rixon 113.13 peg 36, and that was after trig didnt add my weight up properly
trying to diddle me out of 5lb, he was very bitter by this time.
3rd 15 year old sam elliott on his first visit to the venue with 108.6 on peg 21
4th dave evans on 65 with 73.14
5th reg elliott (sam,s dad) with 69.7 peg 42
6th fabio harding 68.4 peg 7
31st as there were 4 dnw,s craig edmunds with 9.12 on peg 26
silvers top weight today was me with 27lb
those interested i have an open booked for viaduct in 2 weeks time on cambell and cary and possibly more if we get the numbers, book in with me at the shop on 0117 9517250 or at the fishery on 01458 274022