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This area is used to give details of catches that members have had, things they wish to share with other members, or anything else that they want to share with other members. Dodgy posts will be deleted.


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  • Mike (Thursday, July 02 20 08:52 am BST)

    Daniel, they may have been posted to the clubs Facebook page or shared by Facebook messenger.

  • daniel (Wednesday, July 01 20 11:11 pm BST)

    Thanks mike.
    I’ve spoke to a few members and they said they have saw the fish I caught a few days ago
    How do I see these pictures

  • Mike Bickley (Wednesday, July 01 20 11:01 pm BST)

    HI Daniel, forward them to me at and I'll upload them. Regards Mike

  • daniel torme (Wednesday, July 01 20 10:48 pm BST)

    Good Evening

    Could someone help me out please I’d like to post some pictures and believe there is a part on here I can see other’s pictures
    Thanks dan

  • Laurie French (Friday, October 25 19 06:09 pm BST)

    Thursday 24th. Couple of nice carp caught snapped by a third, 3 large Bream and a couple of Roach otherwise a slow day. Have to work to find them typical for this time of year.

  • Archie Davies (Thursday, September 05 19 10:23 am BST)

    I fished Jacksons this week and had a good day. Among my catch were Carp,Barbel, Roach, Perch,small skimmers and a couple of decent sized Hybrids. Ican honestly say that I enjoyed my day.

  • Mike Downs (Friday, July 26 19 04:24 pm BST)

    Listening to the comments at the last meeting regarding the amount of silver fish that are being caught and Laurie's comments on the forum, as well as the poor match returns, I can't help but draw your notice to the similar situation that we had several years ago. This was of course blamed on Cormorants as we had no idea as to what else could cause the downturn in the catch rate. There was as now many sightings of these birds on the pond.
    At the time we engaged the help of the Environment Agency to advise on the state of the fish stocks. Although their findings and remedy were regarded at the time to be quite controversial and upset certain sections of the membership, the results were quite dramatic and there was a vast improvement in the quality of the fish stocks as well an improved level of sport.
    Before we embark on a knee jerk reaction and blame everything on the Cormorant problem I think it would be wise to contact a professional body such the Environment Agency and ask them if they can do a survey to estimate the stock levels in the pond and suggest a plan to improve the quality of the fishing.
    We of course do not have to follow their advice but it would enable the members to at least have a professional opinion to consider rather than just assuming that the problem of the poor silver fish returns lies solely in the Cormorant problem.
    Managing a fishery is not all about just tipping more fish into it in an effort to improve sport. If there are other factors at play as well as the Cormorants that are hindering the well being of the fish stocks then these will have to addressed as well. This is where a more professional body may be able to advise and help us.

  • Laurie French (Tuesday, July 16 19 11:44 am BST)

    Slow day yesterday for decent fish but plenty of small Roach and Skimmer. 3 Crucian banked.

  • Laurence French (Thursday, July 11 19 06:24 pm BST)

    Not a bad day again if you wan't sprat size Roach and Skimmer, loads of them. Poor day for for Tench, 3 Crucian in the bank and 2 Carp hooked but only one on the bank. a Mirror.

  • Laurie French (Wednesday, July 10 19 08:45 am BST)

    Great day again yesterday 9th July. Plenty of roach and small skimmer with the odd gudgion and Perch, 5 Tench all over pound and a quarter and 7 Crucian the latter 2 were the ones I was fishing for. All caught on very small punched bread.

  • Mike Bickley (Tuesday, July 09 19 11:01 pm BST)

    Jacksons fished hard tonight. Lost 2 carp on yellow wafter. Saw that everyone apart from Wayne and Paul were struggling so decided to bitbash instead. My pitiful weight was made up of roach, perch, Ide, gudgeon and 2 small skimmers. Fished peg 3.

Club Championship Table

Summer League.

*worst result deducted

Final positions.


1st Mike Bickley 26pts

2nd John Caiger 32pts

3rd Mike Charalambous 36pts

4th Paul Henderson 37pts

J5th Lewis Carter 41pts

J5th Ian Mackenzie 41pts

J5th Mark Williamson 41pts

6th Chris Bickley 48pts

7th Paul Slee 51pts

8th Steve Feast 55pts

9th Alan Beverley 60pts

10th Archie Davies 62pts

11th Jack Walton 65pts

12th Tom Cherry 67pts

13th Matt Pinnock 68pts

14th Simon Williamson 73pts

15th Gary Speight 74pts

16th Dave Wheddon 78pts

17th Tom Robinson 79pts

J18th Graham Howe 81pts

J18th Wayne Slee 81pts

19th Lee Cherry 82pts

20th Danek Imiolek 84pts

21st Dave Gooch 85pts

22nd Adam Harraughty 88pts



Tuesday Night League


*Worst result deducted


1st Wayne Slee 9pts

2nd Paul Slee 17pts

3rd  Mike Bickley 32pts

4th Helen Stanfield 34pts

5th Archie Davies 37pts

6th Lee Cherry 46pts

7th Ian Mackenzie 47pts

8th Steve Feast 66pts

9th Dave Wheddon 82pts

10th Pete Johnson 96pts

12th Eric Fisher 98pts

13th Paul Henderson 103pts




Winter League Table
*Worst Result Deducted


1st John Caiger 24pts

2nd Matt Pinnock 28pts

3rd Paul Henderson 29pts

4th Archie Davies 48pts

5th Steve Feast 55pts

6th Mike Charalambous 60pts

7th Mike Bickley 78pts

8th Gary Speight 88pts

9th Tom Cherry 104pts

10th Wayne Slee 108pts

11th Ian Mackenzie 108pts

12th Adam Harraughty 112pts

13th Mark Wheatcroft 119pts

14th Alan Beverley 127pts

15th Pete Lindley 130pts

16th Lee Cherry 131pts

17th Pete Johnson 133pts


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