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    Default Clattercote Results

    Come on lads, who won and what did it fish like....????

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    Default Re: Clattercote Results

    Sir Grahame Marsbar won it with 38 pound odd on the bagging waggler. JK [I think] was second on similar. Mark Wintle had 25lb + of roach.

    How did it fish? Very patchy and not particularly well. I thought I was in with a chance early doors but the fish wandered off and never came back...largely because of a yobbo in the next swim chucking a huge pike float about ! I had 3 carp and a bream for 18 pound odd but nowt in the last 2 hours.

    Good day though. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
    Last edited by S-Kippy; 14-05-2011 at 21:26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S-Kippy View Post
    How did it fish? Very patchy and not particularly well.

    Good day though. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
    Those two lines sum up the Keith Culley Memorial perfectly! Year on year!

    Nice to meet you Skippy, rest assured 18lb is a terrific first score at Clattercote.

    Good luck with those naughty zeds!
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    Quote Originally Posted by S-Kippy View Post
    I thought I was in with a chance early doors but the fish wandered off and never came back.
    You see Skippy, I told you I could show you how to use that rod properly!


    Nice meeting people again and if I missed you - S-o-r-r-y!

    Big thanks to Nigel for doing the organising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S-Kippy View Post
    Sir Grahame Marsbar won it with 38 pound odd on the bagging waggler. JK [I think] was second on similar. Mark Wintle had 25lb + of roach.

    How did it fish? Very patchy and not particularly well. I thought I was in with a chance early doors but the fish wandered off and never came back...largely because of a yobbo in the next swim chucking a huge pike float about ! I had 3 carp and a bream for 18 pound odd but nowt in the last 2 hours.

    Good day though. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
    I won it fishing The Method.

    Tried the waggler for about 5 minutes but didn't fancy it. JK had one of those new-fangled sinking ones and fished it well for second place.

    Thanks to Nigel for his usual efficient organisation and thanks to FM for the after-match sausage and chips.

    Sad to see none of the newer members giving it a go on what has always been an enjoyable day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Woodhouse View Post
    Big thanks to Nigel for doing the organising.
    It appaears that it was a good match, pity I couldn't make it.

    Looking forward to the write-up and the pictures though.

    Well done to the winners and all those who took part to commemorate one the FM's founders.

    PS: Nigel, how about post June 16th next time, eh? please, pretty please?

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    Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to buy decent tackle on a philosopher's salary. ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Marsden View Post
    I won it fishing The Method.
    There you go....what more proof is needed to never listen to anything I say.

    And Jeff...my rod seemed to work a lot better than yours !

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    A good day with good friends once again. Well done to all those that attended. Shame there weren't any new members there to meet up with.

    Thanks to Nigel for organising it and to FM for the aftershow nibbles.

    Not sure about pictures for any write up Peter, I don't remember seeing a single photo being taken this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Whatmore View Post
    Not sure about pictures for any write up Peter, I don't remember seeing a single photo being taken this year.
    Que?

    I hope you just missed it then Scott, the Clattercote Match has always been a flagship event for FM and always has a good write-up together with pictures of before, during and after the match . . . . . the after match ones being those that most hope their friends never see . . . .

    Well done GM, MW and JK, seems like you all had the venue worked out.

    Scholars have long known that fishing eventually turns men into philosophers.

    Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to buy decent tackle on a philosopher's salary. ~

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    Sounds like a good day was had by all – unfortunately I joined AM too late to accommodate this date into my calendar. Are there any other similar events this year or should I look out for the 2012 match?
    That's about as big as a fish that big gets
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