STANTON WINTER LEAGUE 2021/22
£20 to enter the league
£15 pools per match
ALL MONEY PAID OUT
League winner is decided on points, your best 5 match results count
If there is a draw, finishing places will be decided on overall weight
Payout based on 20 fishing all matches
League will be capped at 25 competitors so book on early to avoid disappointment
Pay out on day:
1st in 5 peg section – £50; plus extra £20 for overall winner
1st – £350
2nd – £250
3rd – £150
4th – £80
Biggest match weight of the League – £50
October 31st – Roughs Pond and Canal pegs 21 -29
November 28th – Canal pegs 1 -29
December 19th – Privates Pond
January 16th – Roughs Pond and Canal Pegs 21 – 29
February 13th – Canal Pegs 1 -29
March 13th – Privates Pond
To enter contact:
Craig Logan – 0779 335 1263 / Ade Knighton – 0783 530 6533
Well done to all the Juniors taking part in today’s match, we hope you enjoyed the day and hope to see you again next year.
1st Jessica Logan – 8lb 1oz
2nd Noah Haslam – 1lb 10oz
3rd Lily Berry – 1lb 3oz
The committee would like to thank everyone who has taken the time to help with the Junior events over the last month.
A massive thank you to Ian Bradley, John Aldred and Craig Palmer for supplying the prizes for the event.
We have been asked to put on a match for the Junior members – this will be held on Saturday 21st of August.
Draw at 8.30am to 9am – Fish from 10am to 1pm.
Entry fee is FREE.
Venue – Canal
This is open to all Junior members regardless of ability, help fishing from an adult will be permitted.
Some fantastic prizes have been donated.
Please Contact Mick Burke to enter – 07979 504756
Privates Pond closed for club fishing match on Sunday 8th August – pleasure fishing allowed after 4pm.
On Saturday 24th July the club will be celebrating our 140th anniversary.
On this date the Stock Pond will be closed to allow the Angling Trust to run a “Get into Fishing” event. Angling coaches will give 30 minutes of teaching to anyone wanting to get into fishing. There will be tackle to give away to juniors and they will then have the opportunity to try out our waters. If you would like a 30min slot click on the link:
There will be club clothing available to buy, a second hand tackle stall and a raffle with some fantastic prizes.
Hope to see you Saturday.
All eyes were on the draw this week after the Golden Peg was drawn on Peg 15. Peg 15 is an absolute flyer and frames most weeks and whoever was going to draw it had a really good chance of winning and collecting the bonus money. So when Ian Bradley drew it he couldn’t contain his excitement and was at his peg and set up in record time. The rest of us thought the worst and knew we had it all to do to beat Ian!
The match got underway and Craig Radford on Peg 8 had a Carp first put in but that was pretty much it as the first 2 hours were incredibly slow. The 3rd hour saw people starting to catch – Carl Wilson on Peg 3 and Tyla Reynolds on Peg 5 were matching each other fish for fish. Craig Radford was starting to catch down his margin and looked to be putting a big weight together. Ian Shaw on Peg 24 was also starting to catch down his margin but was having problems with lost fish.
Going into the final hour Club Favorite Craig Logan was catching well on his short line but all eyes were on Craig Radford who was really bagging.
As for Ian Bradley, the curse of the golden peg struck again as he didn’t have a fish for the first two hours and had very little for the next three. He not only lost to the next peg but also lost two side bets with Craig Radford and Ian Shaw, who both couldn’t wait to get stuck into him.
1st Craig Radford – 133lb 13oz
2nd Craig Logan – 55lb 11oz
3rd Tyla Reynolds – 39lb 3oz
Section 1 Ian Bradley – 33lb 15oz
Section 2 Carl Wilson – 35lb 10oz
Canal closed Pegs 1 to 29 for fishing match – no pleasure fishing before 4pm
Roughs pond closed Sunday 27th June for club fishing match – No pleasure before 4pm
Club favourite Craig Logan was hoping to make it a hat-trick of wins this week, but as soon as he was given Peg one at the draw he knew he had little chance in competing with the better pegs on the lake. Even drawing the Golden Peg couldn’t improve his mood…
It was apparent from the off that the bottom end of the pond was fishing better with most competitors catching from the start with Dieter Woodings on Peg 15 and Mick Burke on Peg 24 getting off to a great start.
As the match progressed Jim Marcer on Peg 8 was starting to catch really well from his margin and looked to be the one to beat. Ian Bradley on Peg 5 was struggling to catch in open water so was having to fish into a snaggy area to get a bite but was catching.
Going into the last hour Jim was still catching well but Ian Shaw on Peg 10 was really making a move. Ian switched to fishing paste down his margin and it paid off catching several big Carp.
1st Jim Marcer – 82lb 9oz
2nd Ian Shaw – 57lb 1oz
3rd Ian Bradley – 43lb 1oz
4th Mick Burke – 36lb 4oz
The match this week was on the popular Horseshoe Pond at Brailsford. Pegs 21 and 26 fished the best the last time we were at the venue and when Ian Bradley and Ian Shaw drew these numbers they couldn’t get to the pegs quick enough!
Craig Radford drew the Golden Peg this week and he could not have got off to a better start, catching a Carp on his very first put in quickly followed by a second fishing shallow. However, it was a lot slower for the rest on the competitors. Ade Knighton blanked on the previous match and was determined to make amends this week, but he unfortunately lost a number of fish and failed to weigh in for the second week running. Club Favorite Craig Logan was on Peg 3 and was catching steady fishing shallow, but the pond was still fishing hard with loads of fish being lost.
Coming into the last 2hrs saw more people starting to catch. Carl Wilson on Peg 9 was now catching by fishing shallow and a switch to his margin in the last hour saw him put some better stamp Carp in the net. Ian Shaw on Peg 26 was catching down his margin and Jim Marcer was also starting to catch well. As time was called Craig Radford looked to have done enough to win the match and the Bonus Golden Peg but as always it would come down to the scales to decide. When the scales arrived at his peg Craig Logan was winning with 66lb – unluckily for Radford his fish only went 52lb.
1st Craig Logan – 66lb 5oz
2nd Radford – 52lb 6oz
3rd Jim Marcer – 45lb 3oz
Section 1 Carl Wilson – 42lb 9oz
Section 2 Ian Shaw – 36lb 5oz