Month: June 2010


Dillington Pond – Evening League – 30th June 2010

The level was right down on the pond again but there were plenty of fish showing and I was determined to do better than the last evening match. There were only six of us fishing and I drew out peg 14 with Martin Heard on 12, I could see a carp and some bream up in the water to my left so

Janders 4th July 2010

Perry St Pond – Spring League 8 – 27th June 2010

Oh God, isn’t it ever hot? Today was blisteringly hot and supposed to be the hottest day of the year. I was still in with a chance of a corner peg but alas today wasn’t the day and I pulled out peg 16, which hasn’t got a lot of form but at least I’d have the shade of the trees. I had

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Summerhayes – Open – 20th June 2010

With nothing local on, I put my name down for an open at Summerhayes near Bridgwater. An 11 ‘o’ clock draw was very civilised and I was one of the first there, Pete has a nice set up and after paying pools and having a free coffee, I had a bacon sarnie to set me up for the day. More anglers started

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Dillington Pond – Evening League – 16th June 2010

Another lovely day and I was really looking forward to the evening fixture. On my arrival at the pond it was obvious that the farmer had been pumping water out and the level was a good few feet down. There were only five of us fishing and when I drew peg 5 and saw I was all on my own up that

Justin 13th June 2010

Dillington Pond – Summer League – 13th June 2010

I was quite looking forward to this one and hoped I’d get a few bites like the last Wednesday evening match. There were 11 other anglers gathered at the draw and it was nice to see Justin Charles fishing today. Pegs 1 and 22 by the bush were in and everyone fancied drawing these, I managed to avoid them per usual and

Chris Haines

Perry St Pond – Spring League 7 – 6th June 2010

The weather was much better than forecast and as I was still in with a chance of a corner peg I was praying I’d get one to stop my free fall slide down the league table. I didn’t get it and in fact I drew the one peg I didn’t want, peg 6, the scene of last weeks disaster. I was also


Dillington Pond – Evening League – 2nd June 2010

After Sunday’s disaster I was hoping for a few bites tonight, the weather was glorious and there were fish everywhere! I drew peg 18, right by where we had drawn so a nice short walk! I got myself comfortable and set my kit up, first job was to mix some groundbait (Sensas Roach) before I set up the same two rigs as