John Hunt Memorial fishing match at Bawtry
THE John Hunt Memorial is to be fished on Saturday 6th October at Riverside fishery, Hawksnest, near Bawtry.
The entry fee is £11, and for further details contact Terry Pixley on 07802 217200.
We have news that the River Idle, on the Whitehouse section just above stream from Ordsall Road bridge has been fishing extremely well for specimen chub.
Retford rod Darren Bousted landed a pair weighing 3lb 14oz and an outstanding one of 5lb 1oz just over the magic 5lb barrier.
Darren tempted these fine fish on ledgered halibut pellet and sweetcorn presented on a hair rig, and we are informed that as the weed dies down the river will come in o fine Autumn form.
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Unfortunatly this length can not be fished on a day ticket but season tickets are available priced at £20 and £15 for concessions.
For more details contact Jon on 07597 070092.
BRITISH Gas, on Thursday 20th at Lodge Farm, on the signal: 1st Andy Hill peg 17 76lb 05oz method to far side early on then pellet/ pole later carp/ide/skimmer bream; 2nd Mick Pogson peg 3 73lb 07oz method and pole/pellet/all carp catch; 3rd Mick Simpson peg 12 66lb 06oz mainly pellet/pole all carp.
Stanley St Social Club, on Sunday 23rd on the River Trent at Normanton: On a day that the river ran off the full five hours, bites were nonexistent for 15 out of the 17 turnout.
The lucky anglers were Chris Lacey who took first plaice with a dab of 1lb and old stalwart Ken Rowley with a small perch.
There are two matches to report on from Batchelors AC. the first took place on Portland Water (old wood lake): 1st Steve Lockton peg 9 57lb 4oz carp-pole-pellet; 2nd Gary Morris peg 8 34lb 10oz carp-pole-paste; 3rd Tommy Davie peg 21 33lb 4oz carp-pole-pellet.
The next event was at Clearwater Lakes: 1st Chris Eves peg 8 64lb 12oz carp-wag-pellet; 2nd Tommy Davie peg 10 48lb 14oz carp-pole-pellet; 3rd Mel Morris peg 9 46lb 10oz carp-pole-paste.
STARTING at Riverside, in Tuesday’s open: 1st Terry Pixley 38lb 14oz peg 45 feeder and meat; 2nd Keith Noble 37lb 10oz peg 23 pole and pellet.
Wednesdays contest: 1st Terry Pixley 98lb 15oz peg 34 pole and feeder fished meat; 2nd Keith Noble 52lb 5oz peg 38 pole and pellet.
Friday’s match: 1st Terry Pixley 51lb peg 34 feeder and meat; 2nd Lee Hasset 36lb 5oz peg 20 pole and pellet.
Saturday’s competition: 1st Nigel Wheatcroft 27lb 11oz peg 23 pole and pellet; 2nd Terry Pixley 27lb 6oz peg 34 feeder and meat.
At Lakeside fishery, Wednesday’s open saw Les Richmond claim victory on peg 4 weighing a mixed net of 68lb 5oz taken on pole and pellet.
John Royston triumphed with 65lb 6oz of silvers tempted on pole and worm in a club match on Saturday.
On the carp lake Paul Burley landed five specimens from peg 6 which included common carp of 26lb 4oz and 25lb 8oz on his cell boilies cast in open water.
Over on the trout lake Scott Marsden slipped his landing net under 11 fish to 8lb on his segmented bloodworm cast on a sinking line and Worksop rod Ian Wilkinson banked 17 fish to 6lb with his white frits presented on an intermediate line.
Over at Lodge Farm pole fished pellet has claimed the top two places in all of the midweek open with Tuesday’s open on the field pond: 1st Wayne Ibbertson 144lb 10oz peg 6; 2nd Brent Richards 114lb 14oz peg 12.
Wednesday’s over 50s was held on the Long Island: 1st Reg Turner 103lb 12oz peg 100; 2nd Pat Bailey 101lb 2oz peg 96.
Thursday’s contest was on the lily pond: 1st Simon Hill 136lb 1oz peg 71; 2nd Garry Brooks 131lb 3oz.