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Super Stevens hits the Mark with 100 carp

PUBLISHED: 17:02 11 June 2008 | UPDATED: 12:03 11 August 2010

STILLWATER DETAILS: Tyler s Common anglers have certainly been producing some impressive results on their recent visits to the fishery, including Ray Butt, who had 20 carp to 2lbs 8ozs, plus rudd and roach on corn in the margins and another Willow Lake an

STILLWATER DETAILS: Tyler's Common anglers have certainly been producing some impressive results on their recent visits to the fishery, including Ray Butt, who had 20 carp to 2lbs 8ozs, plus rudd and roach on corn in the margins and another Willow Lake angler Mark Stevens had 100 carp to 4lbs.

On Wagtail Alfred Macenka had nine carp with the best fish tipping the scales at 20lbs 2ozs also bream, tench to 7lbs 5ozs on home made boilies.

Martin Taylor had a fine Rudd weighing 2lbs 4ozs on Wagtail.

On Willow Derek Martin caught carp all day on pellet and corn up to 5lbs.

Also on Willow Tom Broadbridge age 10 was back again fishing with his grandad and had six carp to a 1lb and a 5lb tench on cheese.

Match results: The open match on Ash Lake this week was won in style by Len Golding with 229lbs 6ozs fishing the margins using meat while second place went to Alec Roberts with 198lbs 14ozs, and third spot to Graham Dack with 162lbs.

Finishing fourth was John Hunt with 161lbs 13ozs, fifth Dave Vincent with 124lbs 6ozs, sixth J.Collins with 112lbs 1oz.

As a result of those impressive weights it took one and a half hours to weigh in the fish on the day .

Brunswick Brothers AS fished Tylers common the Willow lake and ten members fished with a massive total weight of 1462 lbs 3ozs.

Biscuit

Top weight to Dave Farman with 252lbs 8ozs of carp using corn and pellet on the pole, second Robert King with 221lbs 8ozs using dog biscuit on the pole and third was Paul Cannon with 216lbs using corn and pellet on the pole.

Taking fourth place, Dave Franklin weighed in with 163lbs, fifth George Cole with 154lbs 8ozs, sixth Terry Taylor with 104lbs 8ozs, seventh Bill Lillywhite with 79lbs 4ozs, eighth Tom Flanaghan with 56lbs, C.Franklin with 43lbs 8ozs, (guest) J.Barker with 171lbs 7ozs.

Elm Park & Hornchurch held their first monthly club outing of the season the venue was an out of sorts Bough Beech.

Top weight went to Keith Austin with 13lbs 1oz 8dms, second Steve Ewin with 7lbs 13ozs, third Mickey Steadman with 7lbs 8ozs 8dms.

Fourth at Bough Beech was Peter Ainslie with 5lbs 3ozs, joint fifth Steve Little and Brian Griffiths, seventh John Aldis with 3lbs 8ozs 8dms, eighth Peter Lester with 2lbs 11ozs 8dms, ninth Dave Boyland with 2lbs, Colin Luff with 1lbs 8ozs.

There were also some impressive results at Ash Lake on Tuesday where the event was was won by Graham Dack, weighing in with 228lbs using pellet and waggler, second Alec Roberts with 184lbs, third Dennis Lipscombe with 158lbs.

Fourth place at Ash Lake went to F.Thomas with 150lbs, fifth J.Green with 145lbs, sixth D.Davies with 138lbs.

On Saturday the London Youth games match was held on the Horseshoe Lake. First was Gavin Miller with 29lbs 10ozs using corn on the feeder, second Bobby Monk with 29lbs 7ozs, third R.Harding with 18lbs 10ozs.

Future matches: Saturday open matches will be run on the Horseshoe Lake so book your place by ringing Bobby Wager on 07970 258737.

Tide times: The high tide times for Harwich for the next week are as follows: Today (Wednesday): 05.28 am and 17.44pm. Tomorrow (Thursday): 06.27am and 18.43pm. Friday: 07.26am and 19.42pm. Saturday: 08.23am and 20.38pm. Sunday: 09.16am and 21.03pm. Monday: 10.05am and 22.24pm. Tuesday: 10.50am and 23.10pm.

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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