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Alan Chambers claims victory in Tydd Gote Angling Club match




Bream continue to show on the North Level at Main Road with some excellent weights in the latest round of Tydd Gote AC matches.

Newcomer Alan Chambers impressed at both the Wednesday Open and the Sunday Club match.

Alan was on hot peg 35 on Wednesday and fished feeder and worm for seven big bream for 31lb 12oz and a clear win.

Alan Chambers. (39027466)
Alan Chambers. (39027466)

Steve Fox was on peg 25 and fished similar tactics for four bream for his 20lb 14oz and second place with Colin Burton also taking four fish from peg 34 for 17lb 1oz and third place.

Andrew Kilby had peg 35 drawn for him at the Sunday club match and it was no surprise when he romped home with six bream for 25lb 4oz.

But it was that man Chambers again who took the runners-up berth with two big bream to worm from peg 20 for a 10lb 12oz total that put him just in front of Martyn Thomas on peg 26 also with two good bream for 9lb 8oz and third place.

John Taylor had the best small fish net, close to 200 fish from peg 10 for 8lb 2oz and fourth with Steve Borrett fifth on 6lb 7oz from 11.

Thursday evening: 1 Sammy McSpadden 4lb 7oz, 2 Ian Benton 3lb 1oz, 3= Andy Lawrence and Pete Emery 2lb 4oz.

Any enquiries about the club to Dick Paul on 07747 824301 or about fishing the club matches to Pete Emery on 07947 864889.

Jonny Stubley. (39027468)
Jonny Stubley. (39027468)

Jonny Stubley took the honours in the Holbeach and District Angling Club’s match on Sunday which was held at the orchard stretch on the South Holland Drain.

Stubley had two bonus skimmers on the feeder and roach and small perch to get a weight of 3lb 10oz from the end peg 20.

Jason Thrower was close behind with a weight of 3lb 8oz of mainly rudd caught on the waggler from peg two.

Colin Fisher was third from peg 14 with 3lb 3oz while Dave Watkins was fourth with 3lb from peg 11. They were followed by Chris Newton with 2lb 11oz.


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