Conley masters Ferry Meadows with big bream

The big match scene returned to Peterborough waters at the weekend with the Feeder Masters Qualifier taking place at Ferry Meadows.

Fenland Rods winner Mac Campbell.

Sean is best on the Oak Pool at Decoy

Cool, breezy and wet conditions did not deter the fish from feeding in last Friday’s Decoy Over 55s match on Oak Pool.

Rob Humphreys.

Rob makes his way into grand final

The big £1,000 qualifying open at Rookery Waters on Saturday saw a new venue at the fishery being used.

Roger Biddle.

It was tough going for most but Biddle was on cloud nine

In the PDAA match on Roman Bank at Ferry Meadows it was tough going for all those taking part.

Hazel Sibthorpe from Sue Ryder Care receives a cheque for �1,100 from members of the Peterborough and District Anglers Association following their match at Ferry Meadows.Also pictured are  Robina Smith, Paul Hudson, Simon Farmer, Jonathan Means and Mike Smith.

A grand effort for charity at Ferry Meadows

The Peterborough & District Charity Match at Ferry Meadows was a huge success with over £1,000 raised for the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice.

Gordon Harmer.

ROUND-UP: Josh sets the pace in the Rookery, Harmer and Harwood are top rods

There was another good turnout for the latest Saturday £1,000 qualifier at Rookery Waters which was fished on Magpie Pool (May 6).

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Any Kelk with his winning catch from the JVAC Supercup victory.

ROUND-UP: Local knowledge proves crucial for Kelk, honours for Horn, Johnson’s a knockout

JVAC were back on the Supercup trail again at the weekend (May 6/7) hosting their first round match against a strong Westwood Lakes side from Boston on the Cedar Pool on the Decoy Lakes complex.

David Winkley with his 40lb 20z carp.

CATCH OF THE DAY: Winkley weighs in a whopper

Despite the bitterly cold weather over the past week there have been some surprisingly good catches taken at all our local waters.

Martin Parker.

Rookery Waters in top form

Rookery Waters is hitting top form at the moment with both pleasure anglers and matchmen alike bagging up.

James Salmons with one of  the 30lb carp he caught at Northey Park.

Huge carp at Northey Park

Northey Park is a local fishery that rarely hits the headlines but I reckon that’s all going to change sooner rather than later after all the hard work owner Elliott Symak has put into it over the past year.

Chris Saunders.

Beastie bonanza as tons of fish are caught at Decoy

One of the best results of the weekend came from the Beastie Lake at the Decoy complex in the Ramsey AS fixture which saw over half the field break into three figures.

Ted Rowe.

Ted the exception to the rule on Raven

Webb’s AC anglers didn’t have the best of days over at Rookery Waters fishing the new Raven Pool, although match winner Ted Rowe was the exception to the rule.

Kev Lee.

Payne takes a ton to win on Lou’s Pool

There was a full house on Lou’s Pool at Decoy for the lads from Ramsey AS.

Clive Cole.

King Cole was a very merry soul

The Peterborough & District AA members match on the High Bank on Gunwade Lake at Ferry Meadows saw plenty of fish willing to feed despite a strong wind not helping the anglers.

Float Fish Farm winner Simon Dow.

Dow does well as Two Island pool runs into form

The Two Island pool at Float Fish Farm Fishery has started to find some form.

Dave Pearson with a fine 20lb plus carp taken from the Lapwing Pool at Float Fish Farm

Good news from down on the Farm

One water that is starting to hit top form right now is the Two Island Pool over at Float Fish Farm Fishery.

Gavin Butler won with a 200lb plus catch.

Robert gets it right at Rookery Waters

In the Saturday Rookery Waters £1,000 qualifying open on the Jay Lake, Robert Wright fished meat close in and across from peg 42 to top the field with 115lb 14oz.

Paul Faulkner.

Garner grabs glory on Six Island Pool

Fenland Rods got off to a flying start to their new season with a good turnout and a very good result from the Six Island Pool at Decoy Lakes.

Andy Adams has qualified for a �50, 000 final.

Andy’s a winner at Barford Lakes and could now earn himself £50,000

Andy Adams has become the latest local angler to win through to the final of one of the sport’s big money competitions.

Rookery Waters winner Tony Dawson.

£1,000 is a grand attraction

Rookery Waters is a venue starting to attract good turn-outs due I suspect to the £1,000 prize money up for grabs in the grand final.

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