Over 55’s Match Result

14th June 2024

1st Terry Gregory Peg 6 43lb 8oz
2nd Paul Greenlees Peg 23 30lb 11oz
3rd Kenny Carter Peg 20 30lb 3oz
4th Don Smith Peg 11 20lb 0oz

Please remember that the Over 55’s match is superseded by the
PENSIONERS (over 60’s match)

on Friday 21st June 2024
8.45am draw; fish 10.00 – 3.00pm, £5 pools (optional)

Junior Trophy – Match 2

8th June 2024 – Foxes Arm

  Junior Senior Section
1st Liam Appleyard-Cook Peg 37 8lb 3oz
2nd William Mannion Peg 38 6lb 10oz
3rd Oliver Yates Peg 36 4lb 14oz
  Junior Section
1st Hugo Bardsley Peg 42 13lb 14oz
2nd Jake Silas Peg 41 11lb 13oz
3rd Reggie Brown Peg 40 11lb 12oz
4th Harry Hayward Peg 39 4lb 12oz
5th Carson Mulligan Peg 44 1lb 13oz
6th Archie Button Peg 35 1lb 12oz
7th Harry Mulligan Peg 34 DNW

Photographs can be viewed here – Juniors 2024 – Match 2
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This is UNACCEPTABLE

This barbed hook with its 2ft of line was removed this afternoon from the leg of a goose that was distressed and having difficulty walking on the main pond. There are some thoughtless morons that fish 🎣 our waters.

BARBED HOOKS OF ANY SIZE ARE PROHIBITED ON OUR WATERS – TO THOSE PERSONS THAT ARE LIKELY TO USE SUCH HOOKS – DON”T BE OFFENDED IF YOU ARE REQUESTED FOR A TACKLE INSPECTION.

Guest Tickets – A polite reminder to those that are contravening the rules

Guest tickets are allowed and must be booked and paid for in advance and collected between 9am and 7pm prior to fishing. Prices for guest tickets are Adults £5.00 & Juniors under 16, £2.00 per day. The member must remain on the pool with their guest at all times.

They must be obtained through our Bailiff Doe Quest on ‭07902 424880‬ (not available between 24th April and 5th May 2023 inclusive)

Between the above dates Guest tickets can be obtained from our Assistant Secretary – Ian Atkins on 07920 714899.

Importance of checking keepnets prior to storage

On Saturday’s Junior match – when the match keepnet shed was entered – there was a ghastly stench.  On further inspection – it was found that one of the keepnets had been stored away with a sizeable fish still within it.
It had virtually fully decomposed and there were hundreds of live maggots around it.
It cannot be emphasised too much – the  importance of thoroughly checking all keepnets after use and prior to storage, to ensure no fish have been left inside them.