Pegs, Weights and Points
|Steve O'Reilly||1||11||21||26lb 1Oz|
|Mark Walton||2||10||7||25lb 6Oz|
|Mike Litherland||3||9||25||23lb 4Oz|
|Simon Nadin||4||8||27||18lb 12Oz|
|Martin Nadin||5||7||17||13lb 5Oz|
|Rick Golden||6||6||1||11lb 14Oz|
|Andrew Reynolds||7||5||29||11lb 13Oz|
|Patrick Hough||8||4||10||9lb 12Oz|
|Paul Nadin||9||3||18||7lb 1Oz|
|Alan Nadin||10||2||19||7lb 9Oz|
|Rich Galimore||11||2||5||7lb 4Oz|
|Rod Hill||12||2||16||6lb 4Oz|
|Steve Taylor||13||2||30||4lb 14Oz|
|Joe Rice||14||2||9||2lb 5Oz|
|Jamie Rice||15||2||22||1lb 1Oz|
Match 3 – Border Fisheries – 28th April 2019 – 16 fished
A venue we have fished before, however never on this lake. With rumours of large hauls being pulled from this lake in recent matches, Midport where bound to not catch well…
However, after a quick draw (when the lads who went to the wrong lake turned up) and a long walk round to some of the pegs the day was looking good.
Few fish topping showed signs of what could be a really good match.
As we were really well spread out, the talk of the bank was there was some big fish coming out, and the usual suspects being cagey on their catches.
When the weigh in came, some surprises on weights, some big bags of silvers caught and a few nice large carp.
It was decided “cock of the match” this match was Steve Taylor, who got a little tip-see the night before had someone draw for him, rocked up with about 20mins before all-in, and started catching within minutes of the match starting.
With no after pub trip this time prize monies, was distributed on the car park.
£50 for 1st
£25 for 2nd
£15 for 3rd
Well done all, look forward to seeing you at the next match.