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Ron’s score at the Willow

PUBLISHED: 17:16 02 April 2008 | UPDATED: 12:09 11 August 2010

Stillwater results: Ron Clarke, fishing on Willow Lake at Tylers Common Brentwood had a successful day with some 20 carp to 6lbs. Martin Taylor, fishing peg 14, had three bream 12lbs 5ozs, 8lbs 10ozs and 5lbs 1oz and on Wagtail Lake Jay Webster had three

Stillwater results: Ron Clarke, fishing on Willow Lake at Tylers Common Brentwood had a successful day with some 20 carp to 6lbs.

Martin Taylor, fishing peg 14, had three bream 12lbs 5ozs, 8lbs 10ozs and 5lbs 1oz and on Wagtail Lake Jay Webster had three carp to 9lbs

Match results: Elm Park & Hornchurch DAS members fished their last monthly club outing of the season, the venue was Clayhithe on the Cam.

Top weight went to Peter Ainslie with 9lbs 8ozs, second Mickey Steadman with 8lbs 10ozs, third Martin Cass with 8lbs 7ozs.

Fourth Colin Luff with 7lbs 10ozs, fifth Steve Ewin with 7lbs 8ozs 8dms, Peter Jones sixth with 4lbs 5ozs, seventh Steve Little with 4lbs 3oz, eighth Terry Nickson with 3lbs 7ozs, George Flatman ninth with 2lbs 6ozs and 10th Dave George snr with 1lbs 4ozs.

The open match on Willow Lake last Tuesday was won by R. Pisano with 96lbs, second Bill Reynolds with 67lbs, third Dennis Lipscombe with 40lbs, fourth Graham Dack with 31lbs.

Elm Park's last match of the season was held at one of their Brentwood club lakes.

Top weight on the day went to Colin Luff with 23lbs 14ozs, second Tony Trollope with 20lbs 2ozs, third Peter Lester with 18lbs 7ozs.

Fourth was Steve Ewin with 14lbs 14ozs, fifth Steve Little with 12lbs, sixth Keith Austin with 11lbs 8ozs, seventh Ernie Field with 10lbs 2oz, eighth Peter Jones with 8lbs 6ozs, ninth Jim Ross with 7lbs 2ozs and 10th John Aldis with 6lbs 8ozs.

Brunswick Brothers members fished Sandybridge on the Grand Union Canal where 10 members fished with a total weight of 16lbs 6ozs - the results were poor because of heavy snow and strong winds. Dave Farman took top weight with 4lbs 12ozs, in second place Nicky Warren weighed in with 3lbs 2ozs, Terry Taylor third with 2lbs 2ozs.

Fourth Dave Franklin with 1lbs 12ozs, fifth was T. Flanaghan with 1lbs 7ozs, sixth were George Cole and C.Franklin with 1lbs 6ozs, in eighth was P. Smith 5ozs, and ninth was Barry Judge 2ozs.

The Saturday open this week was won by J. Green with 67lbs 4ozs, second George Manoli with 36lbs, third R. Pisano with 36lbs, fourth Dave George jnr with 31lbs 8ozs, fifth Graham Dack with 23lbs 6oz, sixth Steve Coppen with 20lbs.

The Good Friday open on Horseshoe Lake was won by John Hunt with 26lbs on maggot feeder, second S. Barnett with 25lbs, third A. Spooner with 24lbs 8ozs, fourth Bobby Wager with 23lbs 12ozs, fifth B. Riley with 23lbs, sixth C. Thurston with 21lbs 8ozs.

The Saturday open last week had to be fished on Ash and Willow Lake because the winds made the Horseshoe Lake unfishable.

First George Manoli with 61lbs 8ozs with pole and pellet, Steve Coppen with 45lbs 12ozs, third R.Pisano with 43lbs 8ozs, Bobby Wager fourth with 28lbs, D. Booth fifth with 25lbs 8ozs, Graham Dack sixth with 22lbs.

Future matches: The Saturday open matches will be run on the Horseshoe Lake so to book your place. Ring Bobby Wager on 07970 258 737.

Dennis Lipscombe will be running open matches on Willow and Ash on Tuesdays during the winter months. For further details ring him on 07957 938 597.

Tide times: The high tide times for Harwich for the next week are as follows: Today (Wednesday): 08.45 am and 20.58pm. Tomorrow (Thursday): 09.43am and 21.54pm. Friday: 10.29am and 22.39pm. Saturday: 11.11am and 23.21pm. Sunday: 11.51am and 00.00pm. Monday: 00.02am and 12.30pm. Tuesday 8: 00.41am and 13.10pm.

To calculate the times for the following resorts deduct or add the following to Harwich times: Bradwell +29mins: Clacton +11mins: Felixstowe -11mins: Burnham on crouch +42mins: River Orwell +20mins.

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