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Sonny joy with 100lb catch!

PUBLISHED: 17:10 04 June 2008 | UPDATED: 12:09 11 August 2010

Stillwater details: It is good to see our young anglers enjoying success - like Tom Broadbridge, aged just 10, fishing Ash Lake at Tylers Common with his granddad had 60 carp to 3lbs on sweetcorn. Sonny Benmore had approximately 100lb carp to 8lbs on brea

Stillwater details: It is good to see our young anglers enjoying success - like Tom Broadbridge, aged just 10, fishing Ash Lake at Tylers Common with his granddad had 60 carp to 3lbs on sweetcorn.

Sonny Benmore had approximately 100lb carp to 8lbs on bread and on Wagtail Martin Taylor had eight tench to 4lbs 8ozs quality roach to 2lbs 4ozs while Danny Hayden had roach to 2lbs 4ozs.

Richard Wager fishing Willow had 101 carp to 6lbs on corn and pellet fishing the margins.

Wagtail lake produced barbel this week to 6lbs. Mike Norman had two bream to 5lbs 8ozs plus a 14lb and 16lb carp, also the same week he had a fine 15lb carp on cell boilies.

Match results: Last week's match on the Ash Lake was won by Dennis Lipscombe with 196lbs 4ozs, second Graham Dack with 195lbs, third G.Hope with 170lbs 10ozs, fourth J.Green with 162lbs, fifth D.Davies with 132lbs, sixth F.Thomas with 128lbs.

Brunswick Brothers AS visited Framfield Brookhouse lake where 10 members fished with a total weight of 658lbs.

Top weight on the day went to George Cole with 99lbs 8ozs, second Barry Judge with 94lbs, third Dave Farman with 76lbs 4ozs, fourth P.Smith with 88lbs 8ozs, fifth Dave Franklin with 76lbs 4ozs, sixth A. Mullen with 64lbs, seventh S.Sykes 17lbs, R.Franklin eighth with 10lbs 8ozs and R.Cartwright caught 87lbs and R.Mullen 31lbs.

Last Saturday's Open on the Horseshoe Lake was won by G.Hope with 88lbs 8ozs, his best fish was a 6lb bream, second D.Ealding with 64lbs, third L.Crowhurst 62lbs 4ozs, fourth T.Bryan 50lbs 8ozs, fifth L.Golding with 49lbs 8ozs, Dennis Lipscombe sixth with 46lbs 8ozs.

Bank Holiday Monday on Horseshoe Lake saw Top weight go to Richard Thomas weigh in 85lbs 8ozs, second P.Hope 82lbs 8ozs, joint third G.Hope and S.James with 81lbs, Jason Collins fifth with 74lbs, sixth Dave Taffs with 73lbs.

The Tuesday Open on Willow Lake was won by Graham Dack with the method waggler weighing in 138lbs, second place to Bill Reynolds with 130lbs, third Dennis Lipscombe with 118lbs, fourth D.Reynolds with 78lbs, fifth F.Thomas with 70lbs, sixth D.Davies with 68lbs.

The Saturday Open on Horseshoe Lake was won this week by 17-year-old Jason Collins with 78lbs, all his fish were caught on meat, second place to Jim Collins with 61lbs 14ozs.

Mickey Hood third with 58lbs 12ozs, fourth Len Golding with 55lbs 8ozs, fifth place to P.Hope with 53lbs 12ozs, J.Green sixth with 47lbs 8ozs.

British Bakeries this week fished Monks Lake. First Jason Ailey with 73lbs 2ozs, second Dave Camden with 55lbs 8ozs, third Robert Mason with 36lbs 12ozs, fourth Steve Kempton with 35lbs 14ozs, fifth John Camden with 30lbs, sixth Les Attfield with 28lbs 10ozs.

Future matches: The Saturday Open matches will now be run on the Horseshoe Lake so book your place now by ringing Bobby Wager on telephone no 07970 258 737.

Tide times: The high tide times for Harwich for the next week are as follows: Today (Wednesday): 11.47 am and 05.10pm. Tomorrow (Thursday): 00.06am and 12.34pm. Friday: 00.57am and 13.22pm. Saturday: 01.49am and 14.10pm. Sunday: 02.41am and 14.59pm. Monday: 03.34am and 15.51pm. Tuesday: 04.31am and 16.46pm.

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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