First River Match

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First River Match

Our first river match proved to be an excellent day although being faced with a very strong downstream wind and the river carrying extra water the results showed that the river is in fine form. In first place fishing stick float was Clive Williams with a mainly roach catch of 23lb, in second was Gary Smith with 11lb made up of roach and dace, third place went to Chris Shaw with 9lb of roach and dace

Full Result

1 C Williams 23lb
2 G Smith with 11lb 14oz
3 C Shaw 9lb 15 oz
4 N Culham 8lb 8oz
5 D Butler 7lb 15 oz
6 J Rick 7lb 11oz
7 M Lacey 7lb 10 oz
8 P Tomlinson 5lb 6oz
9 D Briggs 4lb 3oz
10 M Fletcher 3lb 14 oz.

Chris Shaw

Chris Shaw


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