This week we received official confirmation that St Gobain have sold the land to Verdant Regeneration ltd. This is all we know at present as we have not yet been contacted by the new owners. As soon as we have information to share we will put it on our social media and notice boards. Please don’t listen to idle gossip. The Stanton Fishing Club is one of the oldest fishing clubs in the country with over 140 years of history, the committee are very much looking forward to the future of the club.
This was the first round of the Winter League and because of it’s popularity the match was split over Roughs Pond and the Canal. The league is being run on points, with one point for a section win down to five points for last in section.
With the temperature dropping and the cold rain the day before it looked like it was going to be hard going, and it was difficult to know which water would fish better.
By the end of the match it was apparent that the anglers on Roughs Pond definitely had the better day, with nearly all competitors having a good days fishing and in with a chance of good section points. The Canal on the other hand was really hard going, with leaves making good presentation impossible for the anglers pegged in the low number.
Roughs section 1 – won by Pete Beard on Peg 5. Pete started the match on maggots catching small roach and skimmers. He then dropped onto chopped worm and casters line, catching a bounce Tench and Bream.
Roughs Section 2 – won by Sue Reid on Peg 14. Sue carried on her great run of form framing yet again. Sue fished the pole feeding soft pellets and switching between hook baits to catch Carp and F1s.
Roughs section 3 – won by Adam Logan on Peg 21. Adam started the match fishing soft pellets catching the odd Carp and big F1s, before switching to his chopped worm line and again catching Carp. He continued to switch between the two, not only win his section but the match overall.
Canal section 1 – won by John Aldred on Peg 3. John fished pole catching odd Roach before hooking into a bonus Bream.
Canal section 2 – won by Craig Logan on Peg 17. Craig fed ground bait over two lines at the start and rotated between the two, catching small Bream and Roach for the whole match fishing.
The first Winter League match is Sunday 25th October. Can all competitors please comply with the following social distancing rules:
The draw will be made the day before by committee members to avoid gathering.
Once you have parked up, please go straight to Craig and Ade who will let you know which peg you are fishing from. They will be there from 8am.
Please have the correct money ready for match pools.
Please do not congregate in the car park – go straight to your Peg once you have the number.
Fishing 10am until 3pm.
If you draw Roughs Pond – this is float only.
Roughs Pond will be closed on Saturday 24th October for maintenance work. The works party plan to improve pegs and access to the pegs on the field side. Any help is welcome. Meeting in the car park at 8.30am.
Roughs Pond is also closed on Sunday 25th October for a Club fishing match, along with Canal pegs 1 to 20.
Congratulations to Ian Shaw on qualifying for the Garbolino Club Man Of the Year Final at Barston Lakes.
Ian represented the club this year along with Adam Logan at Tunnel Barn Farm fishery, and beat some of the best club anglers in the country to qualify for the final.
The final will be held on Wednesday 14th October.
Good luck Ian!
STANTON WINTER LEAGUE 2020/21
£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 20 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 25th – Roughs Pond
November 15th – Canal pegs 1 -27
December 27th – Privates Pond
January 31st – Roughs Pond
February 28th – Canal Pegs 1 -27
March 28th – Privates Pond
To enter contact:
Craig Logan – 0779 335 1263 / Ade Knighton – 0783 530 6533
This year the Interworks match was held at the Lake View fishery over three ponds. For those that don’t know, the Interworks Match dates back over 60 years and was arranged by the steel industry. Unfortunately, none of the iron works are still around but the last surviving fishing clubs still run the match. We entered two teams this year but this is a venue that we don’t normally fish so needed some tips to help us out. The teams looked for inspiration from Team manager Ade Knighton. Ade put a plan in place for the teams to fish for Ide on maggots, before trying to catch the carp later on in the match. However, it turns out that there is only Ide in one of the ponds! Needlessly to say we didn’t do very well. Well done to the Stanton B team for beating the Stanton A team.
If anyone is interested in managing the teams next year feel free to get in contact, you can’t be any worse than the one we have now… 😉
The Bruce Oscar Memorial Match will be combined with this Sunday’s match on Roughs Pond.
If you would like to attend please ring Ade Knighton on 07835 306533
Bacon, Sausage and Egg Cob – £2.50
Cold packed lunches including crisps and a muffin – choices are:
Egg And Cress
Ham And Tomato
Cheese and Onion
Small £3.50, Large £4.00
All orders to be placed by Thursday 7pm
Text or call Steph – 07950 218184
Twenty anglers fished the match this week so this made for good pegging, with everyone having a spare peg to one side. Ian Shaw had drawn the Golden Peg this week and fancied his chances on Peg 5. Our last club match at this venue was won on Peg 18 so it was definitely the peg to draw again this time. Craig Logan was the lucky recipient and he caught from the off, fishing down his margin. Apart from Craig, it was a slow start for most. The Tornado had drawn end Peg 32 and caught a quick carp but couldn’t keep his good run of form going. Ian Moon had drawn Peg 14 and was getting plenty of bites but frustratingly couldn’t get them in the net. In the 3rd hour several anglers starting to catch down their margins, including Ian Shaw who was now catching carp to 17lb. Ian Moon was stating to land fish, Andy Kerry was putting a run of fish together and Dave Harris was now catching but frustratingly was losing more than he landed. The final hour saw Rob Wright on Peg 9 catch really well, fishing pellets short. The Tornado called time and it was clear Craig had won the match but it would go down to the scales to separate the rest of the competitors.
1st Craig Logan – 95lb 3oz
2nd Ian Shaw – 64lb 15oz
3rd Rob Wright – 45lb 13oz
4th Andy Kerry – 38lb 3oz
Section 1 Tony Males – 24lb 7oz
Section 2 Ian Moon – 35lb 8oz