At long last – an opportunity for many of us to brush the cobwebs off our kit and get some fishing in.
To kick things off we are booked on to Peninsula pool – the first time we have had this on the match calender.
Peninsula pool by many accounts is a deep venue ( about !2ft) and holds some decent size fish; so an opportunity for pole or rod, whatever takes your fancy.
Look forward to seeing all of you that can make it.
9am draw – 10am start
Thank you to everyone that made it to the AGM last night
For those members that couldn’t make it, the 2018 Match Diary has now been released and can be found by visiting
Its February, which means its RedHorses AGM time.
This will be your first opportunity to take a look at the Matches Booked for the 2018 Season, in addition to discussing proposals raised on the running of the club.
One or two changes are already proposed for this year, which will hopefully make the fishing experience even more enjoyable for us all. We welcome everyone’s input so please let us know any topics that, you would like to see discussed at the meeting.
Let us have your suggestions over the next 7 days by replying to this email or posting a comment on the website; we can then circulate copies of the Agenda and confirm the date and time of the meeting to everyone in good time.
Hope to see you all at the meeting, the new season is just round the corner.
“SPRING IS COMING”
By all accounts last weeks weights on Blake Hall Capricious turned out to be more than a little dissapointing.
Catches on this Sundays venue promise something better and perhaps even an opportunity to join the illustrious 100 club.
The canal pool has been producing many weights around the 100lb mark in recent open matches and although not massive weights by Herobrook standards; a welcome antidote in prospect for last weeks dissapointments
Hope to see you all there this Sunday
more about Heronbrook Canal Pool
Ken Bowers “Catching Some Rays” as well some nice carp
A baking hot day and no fish were moving about on Blake Hall’s capricious Pool . It was looking like the best result was going to be a sun tan. Locating the fish is often the secret of a good catch in testing conditions in extreme heat as well as cold. Surface cover was where the fish were to be found whether that be a patch of blanket weed or on the edge of wind driven flotsam. Picking the carp off up in the water on the edge of any surface cover helped build some decent weights. Derek Taylor’s 32lb 11oz pushed Neville Duke into second place and prevented him from picking up his “Hat trick”. After Neville’s “back to back” wins at Carney’s and Willows. with top weight for the season, a Hat Trick of wins – would have just been “showing off”.