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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT : VERY SPECIAL COMPETITION One of the major prizes from our Christmas Photo competition is back up for grabs. Jason The Bike won the day out with Mr Fast and Furious Dippy Ward but he has stated that Dippy “never stops talking and does his head in”. Jason says that he has already won a day fishing with Dippy (pictured) and that’s enough for anyone. With that being the case it now leaves this awesome and very valuable prize up for grabs. Just to remind you, the prize consists of a day’s fishing at the glorious Glebe with Dippy teaching the lucky winner his unique style of random feeder casting. The committee, which is Andy Kinder, welcomes nominees who would like to have this fantastic prize. If there are more than 30 nominees the names will go into a draw said Andy. Nominations must be in no later than this Saturday 24th February closing at midnight. So please put your nomination on the comments section of this post. Due to health and safety rules Fast and..
Good Evening All, We had 21 members attend today’s match at The Glebe. The match was fished in pleasant conditions but after yesterday’s ice melt the fishing was always going to be tricky. However, Roy did say he had seen a few fish topping on the early pegs on lake 1 & today saw lake 1 produce the top 5 weights. With Carl Henrick (Burt Baits & HC Floats) catching around 35 Carp on bomb & bread over to the far side of peg 2 to record a comfortable victory with 135lb 8oz. After a slow start Gordon Parker on peg 4 started to find a few Carp fishing micros & maggots through a small feeder to weigh 93lb 3oz for second. Not far behind on peg 8 was Dom Lanni who fished the long pole with pellets to put together a superb 86lb 2oz of mainly Carp. Here is a picture of Carl & Gordon from today. Along with another one of Dippy Ward (who fell in at Peatling yesterday) with his minder Barry Cocks who spent most of his match keeping an eye on Dippy but despite this Barry still did well. Here is..
Dear Members, According to the weather forecast we might be in for a few dry days after today. There’s so much to do around the fishery and we’re running out of time, I really need your help. There’s reed planting and platform building to be done on Pool 9 but even if the ground is too wet around the new lake, there are a number of other jobs that are waiting to be done around other parts of the fishery. If you can spare an hour or two this Sunday (9 am onwards) then I’d be delighted to see you. Please bring gloves, spades etc. If this week isn’t convenient I’m sure that we will be working around the fishery most Sundays now, so give me a ring and I’ll let you know what’s in the plan for the following weekend. Very Many Thanks, Roy.