After the big Angling Trust final it was back onto the Twenty Foot Drain at March in the HAJAC open and the match produced extraordinary catches.
It was the huge Angling Trust Winter League final at the weekend, writes Ken Wade.
March will see many anglers looking to renew their rod licence, writes Ken Wade.
A change to spring-like conditions saw the Buttonhole Fishery regular and now becoming hard to beat, Steve Poole, take the honours, writes Ken Wade.
The big March Open at the weekend saw a massive turnout for the last practice match before the Winter League final on the venue this coming weekend.
By Ken Wade The close season debate has been raging on for many years, but at last the Environment Agency has asked anglers what their thoughts are.
The torrential rain didn’t deter many for last Sunday’s Tydd Gote Angling Club match at Main Road. Andrew Kilby exploited the conditions perfectly.
The big HAJAC Winter League on Sunday was spread right across the fens and it was a good idea to include five different venues, writes Ken Wade.
The battle for runners-up spot in the Tydd Gote Angling Club winter league is hotting up and with just five matches to go it’s all to fish for.
For the first time this year just about every match was called off due to lakes and Fenland drains being frozen over, writes Ken Wade.
On Wednesday was the regular Tydd Gote open match fished on the North Level Drain, a water well worth a visit at this time of year, writes Ken Wade.
There were two small matches on the March Twenty Foot and the Old Nene at Benwick, both venues that will also be included in the HAJAC final.
The Tydd Gote club were back on a windswept North Level on Sunday, writes Ken Wade.