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James Maude Ac Hallcroft Bridge Pool Island and Outer (6hrs)

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  • James Maude Ac Hallcroft Bridge Pool Island and Outer (6hrs)

    James Maude Ac Hallcroft Bridge Pool Island and Outer (6hrs)
    Saturday 30th May 2014

    Weather: Warm day with overcast skies, slight occasional breeze.

    Today saw the James Maudes lads off to fish the mighty Hallcroft. Bridge pool was to be our home for the day with inner and outer so plenty of room for all, always a great welcome and a cracking breakfast, with another great turnout of 24 anglers looking to bag a big one on a pool that is renowned for its big fish, so with tackle beefed up who would take the spoils. Previous matches have thrown the winner from the inner pegs but coming off the back of a spawning session rumour had it that the fish had spawned and remained in the outer regions of the pool, our very own venue expert Dave Sewell had predicted that the winner would come from the outer with no takers when he offer the bet. So with all the necessaries done it was time to do battle as the 24 made their way to their respected pegs, big weights can be produced in the last two hours so with all anglers feeling their way into the match it was apparent that a cautious approach was being had by the fish with peaks and troughs during the day, but when the elastic did stretch it was hit and hold as these fish really do fight. So the usual work shop rules applied to all during the course of the day as rigs were smashed, one man who did make the best of his bay 3 on the outer peg was back in form Kyle Wood fishing into the bay with a pellet feed and cat meat approach Kyle bagged a respectable 59lb-3oz. Well done Kyle. Venue expert Dave Sewell fishing from peg 11 on the outer was out to prove a point, Dave lost grasp of what would have been a winning weight when a good sized Carp tore the hook through his landing net only for the fish to escape back into the water costing Dave to glory weighing in with 58lb-10oz for second place. Well done Dave. Andy Topham took third slot also fishing from the outer on peg 26 with a very close 54lb-4oz. Well done Andy. So Dave’s prediction was right with the top three coming from the outer. Fourth place and best weight off the inner went to Kev Brown finding his form once again with another 50+ weight of 53lb-11oz from peg 23 inner. Well done Kev. Feelings go out to Alan Slack who fished a cracking match taking 49lb-9oz and lost as much again from peg 52 on the outer only to find he had fished the wrong peg as he drew peg 53, so a red letter day for Alan only to have his letter sent back by return post. Biggest fish of the day went to Tony Smith weighing in 29lb-2oz which included an 18lb-12oz Mirror Carp.
    The results are as follows:
    Kyle wood 59lb-3oz peg 3 outer
    Dave Sewell 58lb-10 oz peg 11 outer
    Andy Topham 54lb-4oz peg 26 outer
    Kev Brown 53lb-11oz peg 23 inner
    Alan Slack 49lb-9oz peg 52 outer (disqualified)
    Pete Jackson 43lb-12oz peg 39 outer
    Dave Johnson 40lb-11oz peg 35 outer
    Gary Butcher 39lb-5oz peg 16 inner
    Paul Davies 34lb-9oz peg 10 inner (guest)
    Pete Lambert 33lb-15oz peg 46 outer
    Johnny Evans 33lb-10oz peg 15 outer
    Terry Cheeseman 33lb-5oz peg 19 inner
    Dave Lilliman 32lb-2oz peg 1 inner
    Paul Skeldon 30lb-6oz peg 22 outer

    Tony Smith 29lb-2oz peg 8 outer
    Ian Carr 21lb-1oz peg 18 outer
    Dean Collingham 16lb-14oz peg 7 inner
    Billy Harrison 15lb-4oz peg 58 outer
    Brian Cox 13lb-14oz peg 26 inner
    Shaun Green 13lb-10oz peg 31 outer
    Sean Hanrahan 13lb peg 4 inner
    Terry Wiggins 10lb-11oz peg 13 inner
    Lenny Burton 8lb-7oz peg 43 outer
    Lawrence Butcher 0.14oz peg 50 outer

    All anglers must weigh to gain Premiership and Championship points.

    Next match 7th June Janson’s

    Thank you for taking the time to read.
    Regards Billy Boy :)

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  • #2
    You can certainly do a good write up Billy,looks a cracking match was had..
    OFFICIAL CHAUFFER TO FAT LADS WHO CANT HOLD THERE DRINK

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MT NET View Post
      You can certainly do a good write up Billy,looks a cracking match was had..
      Cheers mate certainly makes it all worth while with good feedback like yours. Respect MT.
      Regards Billy Boy :)

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      • #4
        Good report as usual Bill, Well done to Kyle and hard luck to Nobby would have been funny to see him chasing the carp down the bank only to see it disappear back into the water well fished to all and picked a nice day for it too. See you at Jansons Sat.

        Regards Wiggy

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        • #5
          Always enjoy reading these write ups as they are fished on waters i generally fish...would be interested in getting involved if/when space is available.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Fuzzy Logicz View Post
            Always enjoy reading these write ups as they are fished on waters i generally fish...would be interested in getting involved if/when space is available.
            Many Thanks FL, nice to be of some assistance, always nice to know how some venues are working. At the moment mate 24 members most regulars, some venues as you can appreciate we struggle with to many around the lake, never any good being peg to peg, but thank you for your interest. Regards Billy boy.
            Regards Billy Boy :)

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