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It’s a good day for Ann

PUBLISHED: 17:56 24 June 2009 | UPDATED: 12:03 11 August 2010

IT was a good day for Ann Fisher on peg four at the Willow Lake, as she captured 11 carp to four pounds, as well as tench, using crab pellet feeder. Terry Cullen on peg nine had carp all day fishing up or down using pellet and corn. Fishing the Wagtail L

IT was a good day for Ann Fisher on peg four at the Willow Lake, as she captured 11 carp to four pounds, as well as tench, using crab pellet feeder.

Terry Cullen on peg nine had carp all day fishing up or down using pellet and corn.

Fishing the Wagtail Lake on peg 10, Dean Overton had five carp to 20lbs plus crucians and plenty of roach.

On peg 38, Jim Tuff had 14 carp to 15lbs 10ozs, six bream to 6lbs, as well as barbel and tench to 4lbs 8ozs.

Match results: Elm Park & Hornchurch DAS held the Harry Little memorial match on one of their Brentwood lakes, and the top weight went to Colin Luff with 47lbs 15ozs.

Second was Peter Jones with 21lbs 10ozs, John Aldis was third with 18lbs.

Fourth was Ron Adams with 17lbs 6ozs, fifth was Peter Lester with 13lbs 9ozs, and sixth was Steve Ewin with 12lbs 12ozs.

Mickey Steadman was seventh with 12lbs 4ozs and eighth was Steve Little with 9lbs 4ozs.

The Tuesday Open on Ash Lake was won by Bill Reynolds (Tylers) with 142lbs using pellet and paste, while second was John Hunt (Tubertini) with 123lbs using pellet on the long pole.

Dennis Lipscombe (Oakwood Angling) finished third with 115lbs using corn in the margins and fourth was C Bennet (Tylers) with 78lbs on catmeat and paste.

Fifth was D Reynolds (Tylers) with pellet and paste, who weighed in 67lbs, sixth was D Davies (J & B Tackle) with 57lbs using cat meat close in.

The annual secretaries versus captains match for Elm Park and Hornchurch was held at Raine Top Lake.

Top weight went to Keith Austin with 77lbs, second was Colin Luff with 54lbs 7ozs, Roger Driscoll was third with 40lbs 12ozs, and fourth was Peter Darling with 35lbs 4ozs.

The captains' team won with 225lbs 6ozs and the secretaries team finished with 223lbs 4ozs. Eighteen members fished.

The Saturday Open match on the Horseshoe Lake was won by Graham Dack (Middy) on peg 59 with 71lbs 4ozs, fishing 17m to the island with corn down the edge catching silvers and carp.

Second on peg 48 was George Manoli (Bowlers) with 70lbs 8ozs, and third on peg nine was T Eustace (Tylers) with 69lbs 10ozs.

Fourth was Len Golding on peg 51 with 64lbs 10ozs, fifth on peg three was M Sugden (Billericay) with 62lbs, and sixth was Alec Roberts (Middy) on peg 45 with 61lbs 2ozs.

Match details: The Saturday Open on Horseshoe Lake will be run by Bobby Wager on 07970 258737.

The Tuesday Open will be run by Dennis Lipscombe on the Ash and Willow Lakes alternating weekly. For details ring 07957 938597.

There is a series of matches at A12 Cuton Lakes and Sunday matches.

For further information contact Alan Sheep on 07952 418586.

Sea tide times: The tide table for Harwich: Today (Wednesday): 00.13am and 12.40pm. Tomorrow (Thursday): 01.05am and 13.25pm. Friday: 01.56am and 14.16pm. Saturday: 02.47am and 1505pm. Sunday: 03.37am and 15.54pm. Monday: 04.29am and 16.45pm. Tuesday: 05.24am and 17.41pm.

The tide differences for the following resorts are as follows: Felixstowe -11 mins. Clacton + 11mins. Burnham on Crouch +42mins. Orford Quay +40mi-ns. Walton-on-Naze is the same as Harwich.

Coarse and sea anglers can report individual catches or club match results on lakes rivers and canals.

Ring Keith Leverett on 01621 869728 or 07836 327843 with all the details, or email him at the address below.


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