Month: May 2014

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Gillhams Resort, Thailand – 13th May to 27th May 2014

After another amazing trip to Gillhams last November, I booked up to go again in May and I was really looking forward to seeing everyone, especially Mr Mayo who is now working as a guide at the resort. Time seemed to stand still but eventually the days counted down and it was time to head to Heathrow to begin the long trip

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Dillington Pond – Summer League 1 – 11th May 2014

It was the first match of Ilminster’s Summer League today and I normally fish a few but miss several due to the dates clashing with the Perry St League. I really enjoy fishing the pond in the winter where you can fish light and catch some really nice nets of quality roach on the pole but as it warms up the whip


Virgin Venues

I haven’t done a hit parade for a while and my first visit to Trinity Waters on Monday got me thinking about venues I’ve visited for the first time and done well. I still get a real buzz when I fish somewhere new and it’s the anticipation of that first bite, that first fish. Also being a match angler, it’s another challenge and

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Trinity Waters – Open – 5th May 2014

Normally on a Bank Holiday I would be fishing a two dayer at Summerhayes but this year the Perry St league dates seem to clash which is a shame. I wanted to fish somewhere and after contacting Trinity Waters they said they had a match on Woodland lake today so I put my name down. I’ve been hearing lots of good things

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Perry St Pond – League 2 – 4th May 2014

After my dismal performance in the first league match I was hoping for better things today, I was running a bit late and as I got out the pond Les had started the draw for the pairs knockout (this didn’t affect me as I got knocked out in the preliminary round!). After paying my pools and collecting some bait, Les opened the