RODS AND REELS.
This weeks match was the third in the summer championship series. This being 9 matches,
with the best 6 scores to count. The match was held at the Embalse de Ojos at Blanca.
The venue well noted for not producing big weights, and everybody having to work hard
to catch fish. Bleak are reasonably abundant in all pegs, however the majority of
anglers set their stall out for the big fish. For a change there was no drama on the
day. Only highlight being a young Spanish Lady turned up, and after a brief onr sided
conversation with one of our members (no names) sat a few yards from him as he was the
end peg, and proceeded to start fishing. Our member who had only caught Bleak at this
point watched, and learned as some 20 minutes later she hooked into, and landed a
Barbel. Well was he red faced or what!!!!. After she had gone our man who had thoroughly
noted how she caught the fish, to his credit managed to catch one Barbel, but lost two.
TOP ANGLERS ON THE DAY.
1ST. LENNY(EXCULTURAL ATTACHE)BOLTON. Fishing the feeder, using pellet maggot
with 11.520 kilo's.
2ND. BILL(THE MASTER)READE. Fishing the feeder using pellet with 10.360 kilo's.
3RD. RICHARD(TRICKY DICKY)KENDALL. Fishing the feeder using maggot with 7.260 kilo's.
ACCUMULATIVE POINTS TO DATE.
1ST.PAUL BAXTER WITH 10 POINTS.
2ND.H.CLARKE, AND DAVE HOARE WITH 16 POINTS.
3RD.BILL READE WITH 18 POINTS.
Cheers Dave, joint second, so still in it.' Fair play to you. Any chance of sending
that Spanish bird over, so she can show me how to fish, could do with the help lately.
Plus if she's young,and pretty, i could do with an au pair. Can't see the misses
having a problem with that, can you? he he. Role on Sunday lets have some carp fishing.
After a winter of silverfish fishing it will make a change. There's an open on Ridgway
Saturday, and we fish it on Sunday, gawd i hope it don't affect the fishing that much.
Still its a nice place. You can have a nice Breakfast first, so all won't be lost.
I will let you all know how i do next week, so for now its bye bye.
See you soon STEVE.