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TREC AC, Woodside & Island Pools


Fourteen (14) anglers from TREC AC attended their second match here in just a few weeks with anglers pegged across both Woodside and Island pools. Unlike their last trip here, the ban on margin fishing had been lifted with carp stocks no longer spawning - for the time being at least.


WOODSIDE


Winner on the day on Woodside pool was Chris Hall, who drew peg 8 close to the island beneath the oak trees. Starting his match offering pellet long, Chris was able to find some good-sized fish patrolling the far side edges close to the island before switching to his nearside margin later on with paste. Chris ended the match with 106-07-00 to win by a comfortable margin.


Second place was Lee Chasmore, who drew peg 12. Starting his match fishing short with worm, catser and expanders, Lee was able to get among the carp early before moving down his edge late on in the match, again offering worm, caster and expanders to find some better quality fish. Lee ended the day with 71-07-00.


Taking the last of the mainframe places on Woodside pool was Jason Bird from peg 1. Jason caught most of his fish shallow and down his edge on corn to weigh in 52-08-00.

POSITION

ANGLER

PEG

WEIGHT

METHOD

1st

C. Hall

8

106-07-00

Pellet long & in the margins

2nd

L. Cashmore

12

71-07-00

Worm, caster and expanders short & in the margins

3rd

J. Bird

1

52-08-00

Sweetcorn shallow & in the margins


Chris Hall with part of his winning catch taken from peg 8 on Woodside pool

ISLAND


Winner on the day on Island pool was Rob Sandall, who drew peg 2. Offering hard 8mm pellet over fishery 4mm and micros, Rob enjoyed a great days sport from the off catching carp of all sizes for the duration of the match to weigh in a final 125-00-00.


Second place was taken by Lee Caffrey from peg 5. Fishing paste short, Lee found mainly carp with a handful of good quality silverfish to weigh in 54-05-00.


Finishing in third place was Roger Tomes from peg 11. Starting his match fishing pellet up in the water, Roger managed a decent run of fish before a handful of lost fish saw them back off a little. A switch to dead maggot saw the fish come back with Roger managing a final 49-00-00.


POSITION

ANGLER

PEG

WEIGHT

METHOD

1st

R. Sandall

2

125-00-00

Pole & pellet in the margins

2nd

L. Caffrey

5

54-05-00

Paste short

3rd

R. Tomes

11

49-00-00

Pellet & dead maggot shallow


Rob Sandall left the rest of the field for dead with his 125-00-00 haul from Island pool peg 2

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