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The bream are starting to show at Ferry Meadows

At long last it looks as if the bream at Ferry Meadows have started to feed and anglers have reported much improved sport on both the Overton and Gunwade lakes.

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Castaways winner Justin Haynes.

Jay Lake was Taylor-made for Ken

Ramsey AS were over at Rookery Waters at the weekend and saw the Jay Lake still in good form.

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Rob Wright.

ROUND-UP: A day to remember for Ramsey’s Rob, pepperoni spices up Perry’s catch

Ramsey & Angling District Society fished on Oak Pool at the Decoy Lakes complex at the weekend and found the fish more than willing to feed as the match produced an excellent result with no fewer than eight of the field putting 100lb plus weights to the scales.

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Harry Murphy.

ROUND-UP: Fisher the fisherman wins, young Harry was on his game

Deeping St James got their new season off to a fine start with a very good turnout on the Horseshoe Club Lake near Wansford to fish round one of the Knockout Cup.

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Steve Freeman.

Freeman earns a chance to fish for £100,000 jackpot

Anglers from all over the country have been trying to qualify for the big Maver Mega Match This final which carries a whopping £100,000 first prize.

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Ray Torrington.

Bank Holiday results were excellent

Sport was excellent over the weekend on the Decoy Lakes complex.

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Mark Hucknall won the Ferry Meadows match.

The bream are starting to show at Ferry Meadows

Yet again we saw a very good field for the Peterborough DAA open match on Ferry Meadows.

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Roy Whincup.

A major triumph for Adam

Many of the area’s top anglers fished the huge Maver Mega Match This Qualifier on Saturday at Decoy Lakes looking to take the top spot and a chance to fish for a £50,000 jackpot in the grand final.

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Tony Nisbitt.

Back wind sees Tony home

Fenland Rods were at Decoy Lakes on the Willows so it made sensefor me to get in on the action after taking the runner-up spot there from peg 25 in last week’s Hotpoint AC fixture.

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Cock Inn winner Stan Hotchkiss.

This Super League match classed as anything but super

On Sunday the big Sonu Feedermasters Super League came to Ferry Meadows . . . unfortunately there was yet another disappointing result from a big match at the venue.

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Fenland Rods winner Dave Garner.

Josh sets the pace at Rookery

The Saturday Summer Qualifier at Rookery Waters was spread over two lakes and sport was excellent on both.

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Geoff Grant.

It’s another bad day for bream at Ferry Meadows

It’s not been a great start to the year for those who enjoy bream fishing at Ferry Meadows.

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Ted Rowe.

Ted is doing well down on the Farm

It’s been a busy time down at Float Fish Farm Fishery.

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Paul Luxford.

ROUND-UP: Ton-up Schwinger, first win for Luxford

Float Fish Farm Fishery has really sprung into life for both the Wednesday and Saturday matches.

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David Moisey.

ROUND-UP: Moisey is the top man at new club Casterways, Fogerty is top of the Tories, Goodson in good form

Casterways AC is a new club to the local angling scene and with more and more anglers joining it looks like the club is really going to take off.

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Lewis Bellamy with his big carp.

Anstee wins on the Jay Lake

There was a very good turnout at Rookery Waters for the first qualifier for this year’s Spring/Summer two-day final to be held in August .

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Roy Whincup.

Parker keeps his good run of form going

Beastie Lake at Decoy was the venue for the latest Over 55s match and considering the wet and windy conditions the lake fished well.

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Harry Murphy.

Young Harry beats some of the best to make big final

City youngster Harry Murphy did his angling reputation a power of good at the weekend with a cracking result in a star-studded match at Decoy Lakes.

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Paul Faulkner.

Prospects for the Easter weekend not looking bright

The weather has been very unkind to anglers since the turn of the year but thankfully at the weekend we did see signs of spring if not summer.

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Andrew Kleen.

Andrew Kleens up to win £1,000

The biggest match of the weekend was undoubtedly the Rookery Waters winter series final.

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