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Published Date: 19 June 2008
Tel: 01777 818524
Access Road, Ranskill, Retford, Notts DN22 8LW
Tel: 01777 818524

Monday 8th December 2008

Saturdays Match

Lakeside Teams of 4
1 Zac Lawton, Rotherham Paving, peg 24, 17lb, ide, roach and skimmers on the pole with maggot.
2. Carl Swetham, Shaws for Sheds, peg 27, 16lb 9oz.
3. Shane Crompton, Rotherham Paving, peg 5, 11lb 4oz
4. Mark Holmes, Woodseats Angling, peg 27, 10lb 12oz

Sundays Match
Woodseats Winter League
1. Dave Caton, peg 22, 15lb 13oz. Ide and skimmers on the pole with maggot
2. Mick Coward, peg 25, 12lb 15oz
3. Graham Wilkinson, peg 10, 10lb 14oz

D.J. Angling Centre
2nd strip
1. Dave Lakin, peg 8, 17lb 10oz. Ide and goldfish on the pole with maggot
2 Alan Bankcroft, peg 5, 15lb 8oz
3. Danny Myers, peg 1, 13lb 11oz

Pleasure Catches for the week
John Middleton of Sheffield had 30lb+ of roach, including one to 2lb 3oz, fishing from peg 5, 1st strip. John used the pole with caster.

Carp Lake
Sheffield angler Martin Smith had two fish with the biggest, a common pulling the scales down to 23lb 4oz. Martin fished from peg 3 using boilies as bait.

Trout Lake
Sheffield angler Les Jackson had a 13 fish bag with the biggest rainbow weighing in at a stunning 13lb 8oz, a personal best for Les who used a Cats Whisker on a sinking line.

Dave Van Der Mere of Thyiber landed 37 fish using various buzzers on a floating line.

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  • Last Updated: 08 December 2008 9:56 AM
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  • Location: Sheffield

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