Winter 2018 Match Results

Winter League Results 2018


19th Sept Frasers - Little Downham

1st Mick Booth 119lbs 0ozs

2nd Norman Gilbert 101lbs 4ozs

3rd Tom Mitchell 90lbs 12ozs

4th Mario Burlace 65lbs 2ozs

5th Vic George 52lbs 4ozs

6th Gerry Moore 25lbs 6ozs

The weights speak for themselves, six of us fished and weighed a total of 453lbs 12ozs, a great start to the series.

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26th Sept - Lake Ross West Pinchbeck

1st Colin Marsh 94lbs 8ozs

2nd Dennis Sambridge 87lbs 12ozs

3rd Norman Gilbert 74lbs 6ozs

4th Gerry Moore 62lbs 12ozs

9 fished, nice reception and thanks to Pete for taking tackle round to the pegs on his trailer, nice lake, nice weather, what's not to like about 'winter' league fishing.

Norman Gilbert has taken the lead in the points with 12.

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3rd October- Pidley - Raven Lake

1st Matt Skellhon 69lbs 3ozs

2nd Mick Booth 47lbs 10ozs

3rd Tim Rogers 42lbs 14ozs

4th Tom Mitchell 22lbs 8ozs

7 fished

3 members now on 12 points, Tom ,Mick and Norman.

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10th October - Townsend Lakes - Woodpecker

1st Mick Booth 69lbs 6ozs

2nd Vic George 52lbs 6ozs

3rd Colin Marsh 41lbs 8ozs

4th Norman Gilbert 41lbs 4ozs

7 fished

Overall points situation is as follows

Mick Booth 19

Norman Gilbert 16

Colin Marsh 14

Tom Mitchell 13

Vic George 10

Gerry Moore 9

Norman, Colin and Tom have to drop one result

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17th October - Float Fish Farm - Wagtail Lake

1st Colin Marsh 58lbs 4ozs

2nd Mick Booth 45lbs 8ozs

3rd Norman Gilbert 40lbs 0ozs

4th Gerry Moore 15lbs 12ozs


Final league placings

1st Mick Booth 25 points

2nd Norman Gilbert 17 points

3rd Colin Marsh 16 points


Overall the series has been a success, particularly with the weather, 

as Rob has pointed out perhaps we should have called it the Indian Summer league !