Monthly Archives: May 2016

Sherwood Forest Fishery – 22nd May 2016

1st.  J Leivers – 78lb

2nd.  C Logan – 46lb

3rd.  D Gaetto – 42lb

This was a great match with most anglers catching.  All eyes were on the draw to see who would draw the flyer – peg 40.  Jonathan Leivers was overjoyed when he picked it out of the bag and made the most of it by catching big carp to double figures.  Craig Logan made a comeback after his absence last week, showing his brother in the next peg how it’s done.  Danny Gaetto came third catching mainly carp.

Lakeview: Serpent and Canal – 15th May 2016

1st.  P Wilcox – 22lb 15oz

2nd.  C Radford – 21lb 12oz

3rd.  P Wells – 21lb 6oz

4th.  J Lowe – 21lb 1oz

This was an extremely hard going match, with all anglers struggling for bites.  However, the top spot was open this week as the club favourite was absent.  Taking full advantage of this was Phil Wilcox with a well deserved win.  Craig Radford fell short, yet again, coming second.  Close behind him was Paul Wells

Beechwood Kingfisher Results – 8th May 2016

1st.  Craig Logan – 55lb 6oz

2nd.  John Lowe – 55lb 5oz

3rd.  Craig Radford – 44lb 8oz

4th.  Danny Gaetto – 44lb 5oz

At last the fishing was good this week, with good weights for everyone.  Showing his class for the second week running was everybody’s favourite Craig Logan.  Second by just one ounce was John Lowe – aka The Treble.  Third was a disappointed Craig Radford, who continues to trail behind club star Craig Logan.  In fourth place was Danny Gaetto, who is struggling to place in the top three.  He’s sure to get there one day, with practice.  Don’t give up Danny!


Robinswood Results – 1st May 2016

1st.  C Logan – 22lb 9oz

2nd.  C Radford – 22lb

3rd.  D Harris – 21lb 9oz

4th.  S Reid – 21lb 8oz

5th.  D Perry – 19lb 10oz

This was a very tightly contested match, with only 3lb separating the top five.  Finishing in first place was Craig Logan – showing his class he fished a magnificent match.  A very disappointed Craig Radford came in second, after struggling to keep up with the winner.  Third went to a consistent Dave Harris, who sussed it in the last hour but it was just too late.  He narrowly beat Sue Reid by just 1oz, who again fished a great match.