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    EVENT: WEDNESDAY ‘NISA FEEDERS’ OPEN MATCH
    VENUE: LAKE FOUR
    DATE: 1 March 2017
    RESULT
    1st Alan MARSHALL Corby 33-08
    2nd John ADAMSON Nisa Feeders 31-02
    3rd Terry SANDERSON Leicester 24-10
    4th Tony LAMB Jaguar AC 13-00
    5th Rob MALLABONE Cross Keys AC 10-10
    Number of pegs: 18

    Report:
    Although the cold and strong W wind sheltered the high numbers, although all caught fish none bothered the scales-man with the top five all facing the wind.

    Alan Marshall’s last fish, hooked right on the finishing whistle and landed a few minutes afterwards sealed him the win. His six carp from peg 9, totalling 33-08, all came to ground-bait method feeder and bunches of maggots after he changed tactics after 2 hours.

    On peg 2 John Adamson’s 4 carp, all falling to pellet method feeder and weighing 31-02 took second spot, the consistent Terry Sanderson (peg 5) taking third place with 3 carp and a barbel on bomb and pellet for 24-10.

    NB. ‘Nisa Feeders’ Opens are at Makins on Phase 1 every Wednesday, 9.00 am draw in Café (on Phase 1 Car Park).

    EVENT: THURSDAY “NISA FEEDERS” OPEN MATCH
    VENUE: SNAKE AND REPTILE LAKES (PHASE TWO)
    DATE: 2 MARCH 2017
    RESULT
    1st Stu JOHNSTONE Match Catch 68-10
    2nd Dave KENT Long Eaton Victoria AS 57-14
    3rd Gaz WOOD Swann Baits & Sconezone 46-08
    4th Daz DALE Foster’s Team Army 37-04
    5th Barry ROWLANDS The Glebe 33-10
    6th Danny ROSS Tackle Shack 33-08
    Number of pegs: 23

    Report:
    Crystal clear water and a strong cold wind failed to deter fish feeding and, in spite of 4 anglers not bothering to weigh the match still averaged over 25 pounds per person.

    Stu Johnstone improved his good Thursday form (three seconds and a third) by going one better to win from Snake peg 12. Fishing pole and corn, altering his line slightly to the left produced a string of good carp resulting in 68-10 and a clear win.

    On the next peg, 10, Dave Kent fished similarly but his slightly smaller stamp of fish to total 57-14 meant he had to console himself with second place.

    Reptile peg 13 produced third place for Gaz Wood, who had mainly “stockies” in his 46-08 total, all falling to pellet fished at 13m.

    NB. ‘NISA FEEDERS’ Opens are at Makins every Thursday on Phases 2 or 3. (£15 “all in” at the draw). Draw 9.00 am in Café, Phase 1 Car Park.

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