The 2016 League after 10 Matches
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One of the new venues on the 2016 match calendar will be The Doughnut Pool Baden Hall.
This weekend we have booked a practice match there, for anyone who would like to come along and gain an insight into how it fishes.
Several pegs have already been reserved for members already booked on, but more can be added for others that would also like to come along.
Any anglers that have not fished with us and would like to be our guest, are very welcome.
You need only pay the peg fee (usually £10) for your first time with us; before deciding whether to join the club. (Membership is currently £16 P.A ).
You could even get your club membership paid for you – If you win the match.
Please contact either myself Adam on 07802 703087 or Neville on 07872 986875 to let us know you will be coming.
Perhaps a good reason why we wait until May to start our match fishing season
With the recent good weather 6 Red Horse Anglers were lured into fishing another Pre-Season knock-up match this time at Carneys Fishery near Great Haywood.
Given the conditions catches were predictably low and (for some) losses high – with two members breaking pole sections.
But with Summer just around the corner our minds can turn to thoughts of bulging keepnets and the sun on our back as we get ready for
3rd May 2015 when we start our season proper.
If you would like to come along and fish a friendly match; for the satisfaction of a net full of fish and the chance of a
small brown envelope; for your first match why not be our guest.
Contact either Adam Harborow on 07802 703087 or Neville Duke on 07872 986875
Gale Force winds and torrential rain was the forecast, so rods over over poles won the day. Adam Harborow took 84lb of carp; the largest weighing in at 12lb to win the match. The majority of fish were taken on punched meat fished with micro pellets on a banjo feeder, with the rest on pellet waggler up in the water. Paste down the edge also took fish in other pegs, but very little was caught on the long pole.