Trib­utes pour in for Tim Nash

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - SPORT -

Trib­utes have poured in from an­glers all around the coun­try af­ter hear­ing the sad news that Tim Nash had lost his bat­tle with a cruel ill­ness at the week­end.

He was a leg­end in the angling world, well known and ex­tremly well re­spected right across the coun­try.

He was a great fish­er­man and a true leader, tak­ing lo­cal side Brown­ing HotRods to the very top of team fish­ing. He won many­top matches.

There is no doubt in my mind he will be sorely missed on the river banks and lakes by us all, but right now our thoughts and best wishes go to his fam­ily.


Webbs AC fished the Horse­shoe Pool on Sun­day, a con­sis­tent wa­ter at Float Fish Farm Fish­ery these days, but it switched off for some strange rea­son and weights suf­fered.

Mar­cus Webb needed a mod­est 52lb 6oz to top the field and was fol­lowed by Neil Bourne (49lb 15oz) and Mick Lin­nell (42lb 6oz).

Match­men will be in­ter­ested to know that a memo­rial match for Ge­orge Scally will be held at Float Fish Farm Fish­ery on Satur­day Septem­ber 2. Book in now by call­ing the fish­ery on 07764 242731 or match or­gan­iser Gor­don Harmer on 07983 314205.

Tim Nash.

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