Horse­hoe lucky for Sch­nei­der

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

One of my favourite lakes on the De­coy com­plex is Horseshoe, as it has so many pegs from which you can make the frame.

On Sun­day I fished there with the Hot­point club but failed to do peg six jus­tice de­spite good ad­vice from fish­ery reg­u­lars.

Lead­ing the way from peg 14 was Kev Sch­nei­der, who has only just got back into club match-fish­ing this sea­son, but is al­ready mak­ing very good head way.

He fished the mar­gins for most of the day on sweet­corn and meat to fin­ish with 137lb 7oz.

Push­ing him close was Paul Faulkner on peg 17. He came up just short on his pel­let and paste ap­proach, weigh­ing in 131lb 15oz.

Third from peg one was Ty­rone Horn. He caught on the feeder then switched to the mar­gins with dead reds for 107lb 13oz.

COCK INN

Six Is­lands at De­coy was the venue at the week­end for the Cock Inn fix­ture.

Top rod on the day and win­ning his first match since join­ing the club this year was Larry Robert­son with 96lb 1oz from peg three. He caught carp close in on dead red mag­gots on the pole.

Sec­ond was Chris Short­land re­turn­ing to form with 79lb 12oz from peg six all taken on a small feeder, fol­lowed by Mick Sid­ney in third place with 69lb 11oz.

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