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Post by john the tinca on Fri Aug 17, 2012 8:42 pm

Well today we are having match at Pot Kiln Measham. It has now been taken over by someone else its not Measham Angling who run it. I hope the weather stays dry and the fish are hungry. I have got 4 pints of maggots and 6 pints of casters. Wink Wink

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Post by Guest on Sat Aug 18, 2012 4:29 am

john the tinca wrote:Well today we are having match at Pot Kiln Measham. It has now been taken over by someone else its not Measham Angling who run it. I hope the weather stays dry and the fish are hungry. I have got 4 pints of maggots and 6 pints of casters. Wink Wink
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Post by john the tinca on Sat Aug 18, 2012 12:50 pm

Well Nigel picked me up at 7 15am to head off to Measham. We arrived at 7-50am to find that another match had been booked but there was only 5 of them so they had the far bank. I drew my favorite peg 8 this is the 3rd time on the trot i have drawn it. I set my pole up at 9mtrs and fished shallow as now you have to use a float and a minimum of 20 inches under the surface, I was into carp from the off but Nigel who drew peg 2 was catching 2 or 3 to my one. We had a light shower at dinner but nothing to worry about. At 4pm Nigel called the all out. After packing our tackle away we did the weigh in Nigel was first and weighed 154lb 12oz well clear of second place.
TOP 3 weights.
1st NIGEL BUTLER 154lb 12oz corn and caster on the pole

2nd JOHN STARTIN 44lb 5oz caster shallow

3rd WAYNE TOOTH 40lb Corn on the pole

So a good days fishing ' I now look forward to tomorrow when I am fishing at Robinwood lake 2 with Julians tackle .


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Post by Guest on Sat Aug 18, 2012 3:39 pm

well done to Nigel what happened to you John you normally do 100+ on here
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Post by john the tinca on Sat Aug 18, 2012 11:47 pm

Its different now Martin NO wheat or hemp NO meat You must have a float and fish 20 in under the surface. Nigel fished near the reeds in 18 in of water lol It will be different next season as the original owner has took over and is sorting the bans out.

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