Wells is a win­ner on the Two Is­land Pool

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

Float Fish Farm Fish­ery con­tin­ues its good form, although the Satur­day open match was not quite as good as ex­pected given the huge weights taken from the Two Is­land Pool re­cently.

Lead­ing the way with 79lb 6oz was Roy Wells who caught on a feeder from peg 32. Run­ner-up and just miss­ing out on the golden peg jack­pot was Phil Jones. He fished the pole with pel­let for 77lb 5oz from peg eight.

Then came Alan Wig­gins on 76lb 4oz, with most of his catch fall­ing to a pel­let and paste ap­proach.

RAM­SEY AS

The form of the Nar­rows on the Forty Foot Drain shows no real im­prove­ment for those fish­ing the Thurs­day matches.

In the lat­est Ram­sey club match Paul Kilby topped the field with just 3lb 8½oz and that weight even in­cluded a tench. Run­ner-up on a level 2lb was Keith Ray­ment.

Sport was a lit­tle bet­ter on the Forty Foot Drain for the Sun­day club match which saw Kilby once again take the hon­ours with a net of small fish and eels weigh­ing 8lb 12½oz.

Harry Young claimed sec­ond spot with 6lb 11oz of small fish, fol­lowed by Keith Ray­ment in third place with 3lb 1oz.

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