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Hampton ferry winter league, 1st round

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  • Hampton ferry winter league, 1st round

    Hamptom Ferry winter League, 1st round, 26th Sept, R Avon Evesham:
    Individual-
    1st Spig Palowkski, Shakespeare, peg 43, 5lb 1oz, bleak
    2nd pete morris, WB Clarke, peg 45, 4lb 8oz, bits
    3rd Steve parrott, Baitbox, peg 47, 4lb 5oz, bits
    4th Steve Royal, Ferrymen, 3lb 15oz, bits
    Teams- 1st Shakespeare 24pts

    River very clear & bright sun made things hard.

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    So it's not just on the commercials that people are struggling. Given these conditions, its a wonder there were many fish to be caught there at all Trev.
    Don't the bleak feed better when there's some colour on the Avon?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by stevelockett View Post
      So it's not just on the commercials that people are struggling. Given these conditions, its a wonder there were many fish to be caught there at all Trev.
      Don't the bleak feed better when there's some colour on the Avon?
      as it's so warm they are still around, mostly on the wag line & just enough to be a nuisance, but there seemed to be a big shoal of them in front of spig on the 5m to hand line for no apparent reason- he did have a pound of perch as well. Pete Morris next to him couldn't catch a bleak, he had a mix of other fish.

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