The Old Nene at March continues to produce some of the best silver fish action in the country as huge weights were taken in the latest open match.
Tydd Gote Angling Club started the new year well in their North Level Drain match at Main Road, which saw Andrew Kilby and Steve Borrett facing off.
There are quite a lot of organised matches and impromptu sweepstakes taking place on both stillwaters and Fenland drains over the holiday period.
Despite a strong team on paper local East Midland Winter League sides Sensas Mark One had a poor league campaign this year by their high standards.
A massive change in the weather saw the final round of the East Midland Winter League taking place on three venues across the Fenland drains.
It’s been a very good year for Sam Hawks over at Buttonhole Fishery.
The big match of the weekend was undoubtedly the East Midland Winter League practice match on the Twenty Foot Drain at March and Ramsey Narrows.
What a year it’s been for Fenland Rods angler Kev Lee.
It was back on the Old Nene at March for the East Midland Winter League penultimate round and I am just about out of superlatives, writes Ken Wade.
It was back to the Old Nene at March last weekend for those getting some practice in for the forthcoming East Midland Winter League match on Sunday.
The Old Nene at Benwick was once again the venue for the East Midland Winter League, writes Ken Wade.
Once again there was a huge turnout for the first March Open fished on the Old Nene through the town.
Spratts AC were back on the Decoy Lakes complex last week, fishing the Six Island Pool that had lost a bit of form since it had a few heavy frosts.
Round three of the Angling Trust East Midland Winter League on the Old Nene at Benwick produced one of the best results ever seen on the venue.
Kev Lee rounded off the Fenland Rods season with yet another match win, topping the field from peg 13 on the Elm Pool with 68lb 13oz.