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Roberts runs the rule over rivals with a top catch

PUBLISHED: 11:01 10 December 2009 | UPDATED: 12:03 11 August 2010

Match results: The Saturday Open on Willow Lake at Tylers Common was won by Alec Roberts (Middy Lake John) he fished 13 metres using pellet and hauled in a catch of 130lbs 8ozs. Second on peg 15 was Jason Collins (Browning Wickford), who fished 117lbs 4oz

Match results: The Saturday Open on Willow Lake at Tylers Common was won by Alec Roberts (Middy Lake John) he fished 13 metres using pellet and hauled in a catch of 130lbs 8ozs.

Second on peg 15 was Jason Collins (Browning Wickford), who fished 117lbs 4ozs, third on peg three was John Hunt (Mosella) with 109lbs 15ozs, fourth on peg 11 was Steve Copping (Ockendon Bait & Tackle), who weighed in 101lbs 1oz. Fifth on peg 22 was Tony Eustace (Tylers) with a catch of 98lbs 6ozs and in sixth on peg 21 was Dickie Booth (Galleywood), who weighed in with 97lbs 11ozs.

The Wednesday open match on match lake one at Suffolk Water was won by Bob Fuller (Viscount Tackle) fishing on peg 27.

He brought in a catch of 27lbs 6ozs with a mixture of small carp and silver fish.

In second was Bernie Turner (Nisa Waveney) fishing peg six, he also used a mixture of small carp and silver fish.

Colin Provens (Nisa Waveney) came third on peg seven, with a catch of three small carp and a netful of silver fish for a total weight of 22lbs 12ozs.

In fourth position was Dave Hughes (Suffolk Water Park) on peg 26. He caught five carp on method for 21lbs 4ozs.

Darren Clarke (Dynamite Baits) finished fifth on peg 28 with a catch of 16lbs, sixth was John Platten (Suffolk County) fishing peg 30 with a catch of 15lbs 12ozs.

At the Saturday silver fish match on the Canal Lake at Suffolk Water Park, the top weight went to John Dale (Nisa Waveney) fishing peg 14.

He weighed in with a catch of 14lbs 8ozs. Peter Binks (Walton-on-Naze) came in second on peg three with 14lbs 4ozs, while third was Richard Watson (Nisa Waveney) on peg one, with a haul of 12lbs 4ozs.

Behind him was Peter Dade (Harlestone & District AC) on peg seven with 9lbs. Fifth place went to Darren Clarke (Dynamite Baits) on peg 10 with 8lbs 8ozs and in sixth was Keith Gosling (Nisa Waveney) on peg five, who weighed in with 7lbs 4ozs.

Elm Park & Hornchurch DAS fished the Willow Lake at Tylers Common as John Aldis managed to secure top weight with a catch of 70lbs 13ozs.

Behind him was Steve Little with a catch of 50lbs 7ozs, third was Keith Austin with 46lbs 12ozs 8dms, and fourth was Dave Boyland with 38lbs.

The Saturday open on match lake one was won by Bob Wessels (Nisa Waveney) on peg 21 who weighed in with 87lbs 1oz.

Aaron Coleman claimed second place (Suffolk Water Park) on peg 28 with 58lbs 9ozs. In third was Lewis Murawski (Anglers World) on peg seven with 54lbs 8ozs.

Fifth place went to James Parnell (Anglers World) on peg 22, who reeled in a catch of 44lbs 7ozs and Taylor Thorpe (Nisa Waveney juniors) finished sixth on peg five with a catch of 42lbs 13ozs.

Stillwater report: Fishing on peg 15 and wagtail, Tony Knight hauled in roach to a 1lb and he then moved to willow on peg 11 and caught carp every cast. Horshoe Lake proved fruitful for Sam Harle on peg 34 and double red maggot.

If anybody is interested in open matches at Churchgate, ring Geoff on 01708 477834.

The Saturday opens on Ash Lake at Tylers Common will be run by Bobby Wager for further details ring him on 07970258737.

The tide table for Harwich and Walton-on-Naze is Wednesday, December 9 4.34am and 5.17pm, Thursday, December 10 5.37am and 6.22pm. Friday, December 11 6.41am and 7.25pm. Saturday, December 12 7.43am and 8.26pm, Sunday, December 13 8.44am and 9.22pm. Monday, December 14 9.41am and 10.14pm. Tuesday, December 15 10.34am and 11pm.

The tide differences for the following resorts as follows, Felixstowe -11 mins, Clacton +11mins, Burnham on Crouch +42mins and Orford Quay +40mins.

Send your reports to Keith Leverett on 01621 869728 or 07836 327843 or email keithleverett943@btinternet.com


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