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.

Gary Sell.

Sell off to the perfect start at Kingsland

The first match of the summer season for Cock Inn AC saw the Werrington lads fishing the big lake on the Kingsland Fishery complex.

Chris Saunders.

Super Saunders is the man to beat at Decoy Lakes at the moment

There was a full house for the JVAC club match fished on the Cedar Pool at Decoy Lakes which saw in-form Chris Saunders top a strong field.

Graham Page.

A mixed bag down on Ferry Meadows

Ferry Meadows Lakes can be very temperamental at this time of year. A good wind on the water and a warm day on Sunday should have seen some cracking action on both of the bream filled lakes.

Simon Godfrey.

Jay joy for Whittlesey rod Godfrey

It’s a busy time over at Rookery Waters for both the pleasure angler and matchmen as the warmer weather has seen a huge turnaround in catches.

Webbs AC match winner Peter Telzewski.

Warmer weather means bigger bags on Beastie

If there is one water you can rely on for big weights once the weather starts to pick up it’s the Beastie Lake at Decoy.

Nigel Briggs.

High Bank but low weights

A good turnout for the Peterborough & DAA club match at Ferry Meadows saw the High Bank section in poor form.

Richard Bond.

Bond flying on Magpie

The Rookery Waters Winter Series two-day final took place at the weekend on the Magpie Pool.

Ted Rowe.

Super Ted floats his way to victory

Webb’s AC had yet another very good turnout for their club match on the Horseshoe Pool at Float Fish Farm Fishery.

Ernie Lowbridge.

Newman sticks to his old-fashioned ways for fine win

Horseshoe Lake on the Decoy complex continues to be one of the most productive right now.

Mick Linnell.

Linnell rules at Kingsland

Webb’s AC fished Kingsland Fishery for the first time this year and caught it just right as carp are once again on the move at this three-lake complex.

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John Whincup.

Whopping weight for Whincup in the League finale

The final round of the Tony Evans Winter League took place on the Decoy complex on Sunday with some of the best local anglers on commercial waters lining the banks.

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Nigel Briggs.

Good Godfrey top rod in open match

Over at Rookery Waters fishery boss Alex Bates tells me that at last the whole complex has seen some much improved sport of late which was reflected in the weights in the latest Saturday Open match.

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Tyrone Horn.

Busy weekend as the river season draws to a close

It was one of the busiest weekends of the year on local waters as the river and drains season drew to a close and clubs started running their first matches on commercial waters.

Ivan Marriott.

Marriott bows out with a win

Yaxley, Farcet, Holme and District AC anglers fished their final match of the season on the Bower, a venue that has seen a lot of action over the past few weeks.

Tony Watling.

Watling wins a close one on Magpie Pool

There was a good turnout for the Rookery Waters Saturday Open on the Magpie Pool.

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