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WE are happy to confirm that the junior fishing event at the end of May, publicised last week, will be completely free.

Participants only need to provide their own bait and tackle.

The event, on 26th May at Lakeside Fishery, will have a 4pm draw and fishing between 4pm and 8.30pm.

We must reiterate that even though we will be there ,under 14s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian for the whole time and that entrants 12 years and over must be in possession of a current environment agency rod licence.

As mentioned last week this event has always proved extremely popular and we only have a limited number of pegs available so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Finally can we again remind you that the envireonment agency fishing licences were due from 1st April.

We have heard through the grapevine that there have been a number of people in Notts that have already been caught without one and we would not like anyone from our area to join them through an oversight.

MATCH RESULTS

THE latest round of the Langold Lake spring league ws competed on Sunday where all the top three employed the groundbait feeder laced with worm and caster: 1st Paul Unwin peg 31 38lb 5oz, 2nd Pete Donovan peg 36 31lb 4oz, 3rd Mark Woodcock peg 13 24lb 7oz.

COMMERCIAL ROUND-UP

STARTING at Riverside Fishery in Tuesday’s contest: 1st Andy Hunt peg 38 24lb 8oz wag and mag, 2nd John Bleakley peg 43 13lb 9oz bomb and mea.

In Friday’s match: 1st Terry Pixley peg 43 24lb 10oz pole fished maggot, 2nd Pete Haywood peg 27 21lb 9oz feeder and corn.

Saturdays open: 1st Pete Ware peg 10 30lb 12oz pole and pellet, 2nd Paul Brazier peg 32 22lb 9oz pole and meat.

At the Lakeside complex in Wednesday’s event: 1st Glen Greasley peg 8 94lb 3oz maggot feeder and pole and pellet.

Fridays open competion: 1st Mark Holmes peg 29 54lb 11oz pole and pellet.

Saturday’s winter league: 1st Carl Sweatnam peg 12 63lb 9oz pole fished caster.

Sundays spring league: 1st Steve Forster peg 12 83lb 11oz pole and caster.

On the carp lake John Thomson landed four lumps which included a specimen common of 23lb 14 oz from peg 3 on pineapple boilies.

Over on the trout lake Paul Cooke slipped his net under 14 fish which included a personal best of 9lb on his black buzzers presented on a floating line.

Worksop rod Ian Wilkinson cast his various buzzers, also on a floating line, to tempt 16 fish to 6lb.

Just down the road at Lodge Farm in Tuesday’s contest on the lily pond: 1st Craig Crosbie peg 71 106lb 6oz pellet waggler, 2nd Brian Chaterton peg 69 47lb 11oz.

Wednesday’s over 50s on the lily and signal ponds: 1st Keith Morris peg 69 26lb 4oz bomb and meat, 2nd Brian Chatterton peg 5 25lb 11oz pole fished maggot.

Thursday saw the competion move to the field pond: 1st Simon Short peg 5 30lb 1oz, 2nd Mick Hall peg 7 20lb 12oz.

Saturday’s match was fished on the top pond: 1st Marc Foy peg 42 53lb 5oz pole fished pellet and caster, 2nd Joshua Wylde peg 23 46lb 8oz pole fished pellet and corn.

At Sherwood Forest fishery in Tuesday’s open on the Sherwood lake: 1st Dave Round peg 43 41lb 7oz pole and caster, 2nd Lee Parker peg 61 40lb 2oz.

In Wednesday’s competion on the Holmedale lake: 1st Andy David peg 39 48lb 8oz pellet feeder, 2nd Mick Langton peg 9 21lb.

On Sunday the fishing stayed on the Holmedale: 1st Rob Ward peg 26 75lb 3oz pole and pellet, 2nd Carl Brown peg 31 68lb 15oz pole fished pellet.