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    Default Fisho final Saturday 14th July.

    Our very own Nathan is once again competing for top prize in the Fisho final,I am certain all members are wishing him the very best draw,because if that goes well, he is gonna take some beating,William Hill have him 4th fav at 8-1 at the moment...worth a punt???
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    Go on nathan! Do us proud! Again! 🎣
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    Nathan peg 12,Jamie Hughes and The Power next to each other on good pegs,gonna be a belter.
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    Jamie 5/1,the Power 6/1,Nathan 7/1
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    PETE BLACK, 21, became the youngest ever winner of the Fish’O’Mania title as celebrated the event’s return to Hayfield Lakes with a commanding performance, winning with a total of 51.35kg, over 12 kilos ahead of his nearest rival.
    Hailing from King’s Norton, Black works at Foster’s, a Birmingham tackle shop and he will be sure to receive a hero’s welcome when he returns to work on Monday. Fourth after the first weigh in, Black stormed into the lead in the second 30 mins with a big bag and it was a position he maintained throughout the match. He was challenged at times but kept the fish flowing sufficiently to land the £50,000 prize.
    He said, “You have to be confident when you’re fishing for a mega amount of money, you can’t sit down on your peg and think, oh I’ve drawn next to so and so and they will beat me.
    “It is a dream to win Fish‘O’Mania. I have been putting in a lot of hard work in the last few weeks and it has paid off. Mid-match I lost my way a bit – I went on the waggler and only really caught a few.
    “I said to Adam (his bank runner), if I’m going to win this I am going to carry on catch on the pole and I stayed on that then for the rest of the match.
    “You have to keep your head, it’s a fishing match at the end of the day. Everybody here is good enough to win so you have to just enjoy the day.
    “I will enjoy quite a bit of the money and probably look at buying a house.”
    In front of a huge crowd, estimated to be around 6,000, second place and a cheque for £10,000 went to Andy Power, repeating his feat of 2017.
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    TOTAL kg
    Peter Black
    7
    51.350
    Andy Power
    22
    39.225
    Steve Ford
    6
    36.925
    Scott Gollings
    10
    31.150
    Steve Openshaw
    5
    28.750
    Dave Shires
    24
    24.100
    Jason Brown
    19
    20.675
    Oliver Scotthorne
    8
    17.725
    Ryan Lidgard
    23
    16.825
    Richie Hull
    9
    15.225
    Jamie Hughes
    21
    14.400
    Adam Major
    14
    13.925
    Kristof de Busser
    15
    13.875
    Shaun Cooke
    4
    13.300
    Adam Richards
    18
    12.200
    Markus Billen
    2
    10.800
    Russell Berryman
    17
    10.400
    Dave Romain
    1
    8.400
    Andrew Dargue
    11
    8.050
    Andrew Bailey
    3
    7.650
    Dale Whelan
    20
    6.425
    Nathan Watson
    12
    5.850
    Dan Squire
    16
    2.975
    Franek Staniuszko
    13
    1.025
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    Best coverage so far..well done Sky

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    Enjoyed this years final. Excellent coverage. Shame Nathan didn't get a good draw. And I'm £40 down 😂😂

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