UK Match Angler Results


Fishomania qualifier round 16

Tue 30 May 17 - Collins is cream of the crop at Colemans Cottage qualifier

Collins is cream of the crop at Colemans Cottage qualifier

The latest round of Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifying saw anglers turn their attention to the Essex bagging mecca which is Colemans Cottage. Eighty anglers were confronted with humid, changeable conditions which meant that the anglers who chopped and changed reaped the rewards.

Leading the pack and qualifying for the second year running was local angler Jason Collins (MAP). Jason drew fancied peg 1 on Wood Lake and made the most of it to take 208lb of carp and F1’s. Jason switched between pellet shallow and maggot over groundbait in the margins to take fish to 11lb.

In second place was Pemb Wrighting (Daiwa Dorking) who also drew peg 1, this time on Stepfield Lake. Pemb amassed 131lb of Carp and F1’s and caught most of his fish tight across dobbing either pellets or worms.

Finishing third was Marc Rodger from Grimsby who caught 129lb 8oz in the five hours. Marc drew peg 5 on Wood Lake and focused his attentions on fishing down the edge with pellet shallow.

In fourth spot was Ben Townsend from Peterborough who drew next to Marc on peg 4 Wood Lake and caught 120lb 8ozs and rounding off the top five was Chris Kelly from Lowestoft, amassing 118lb 4oz from Wood Lake peg 36.

Thanks must go to Gerry and his team for hosting another great contest. Our next qualifier is at The Oaks Fishery on Saturday, 3rd June, and as usual tickets may be available on the morning to Angling Trust members.


1st Jason Collins 208lb
2nd Pemb Wrighting 131lb
3rd Marc Rodger 129lb 8oz
4th Ben Townsend 120lb 8oz
5th Chris Kelly 118lb 4oz


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Fishomania qualifier round 15

Wed 24 May 17 - Lindholme Lakes, Doncaster

Lee tops 200lb at lucrative Lindholme to land place in Fish ‘O’ Mania grand final

Lindholme Lakes provided another memorable Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier with 112 anglers making their way to Doncaster. Weights this time surpassed all previous years with nearly 30 anglers breaching the 100lb barrier – a real feat with the fish in spawning mood.

Winner on the day and qualifying for the grand final was Lee Kerry (Drennan Barnsley Blacks) who drew Willows peg 2. Lee amassed 200lb 2oz made up of nearly all F1s which he took on maggot in the margins.

In runners up spot was Paul Burton from York who pushed Lee all the way on 180lb 0oz. Paul drew peg 3 on Loco and caught on caster shallow with a couple of lumps to bolster his weight.

Matthew Dawes from Broughton captured third spot with 172lb 10oz from peg 19 on Bennys. Matt’s catch consisted of mainly F1s caught shallow on pellet.

Fourth, fifth and sixth were separated by just 2oz with Ian Ridgway on 168lb 15oz (Bennys peg 42) Ryan Law 168lb 14oz (Bennys peg 12) and Paul Wright on 168lb 13oz.


1st Lee Kerry 200lb 2oz
2nd Paul Burton 180lb 0oz
3rd Matthew Dawes 172lb 10oz
4th Ian Ridgway 168lb 15oz
5th Ryan Law 168lb 14oz

Thanks to Neil Grantham who generously opened up the whole 130 pegs for the match.


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Fishomania qualifier round 14

Tue 23 May 17 - Hallcroft Fishery

Steve storms home at Hallcroft to land place in Fish ‘O’ Mania final

Hallcroft fishery hosted Fish ’O’ Mania’s latest qualifier of 97 anglers who made their way to Retford. Although conditions worsened during the day, weights held up with over 85lbs required to get in the frame.

Top of the pile and qualifying for the £50,000 final was Steve Barraclough. The 33 year old gas fitter drew peg 27 on Croft and caught an impressive 134lbs 11oz. Steve chopped and changed between pellet shallow and fishing tight to the rushes in margins to take carp to 15lbs.

Second was Allan Crouch who amassed 118lbs 2oz in the five hours. Allan was locked in battle with Shane Blades on Reed lake, both catching volumes of small carp with just one fish separating the pair.

Shane finished with 114lbs 0oz from peg 34. Fishing tight to his reeds, Shane found carp to 10lbs willing to feed.

Fourth on the day was Dave Roberts with 86lbs 0oz on peg 5 Croft lake and in a close fifth position was Danny Myers who amassed 85lbs 6oz from peg 95 Moat outer.


1st Steve Barraclough 134lbs 11oz
2nd Allan Crouch 118lbs 2oz
3rd Shane Blades 114lb 0oz
4th Dave Roberts 86lbs 0oz
5th Danny Myers 85lbs 6oz

The Angling Trust would like to say thanks to Terry Sears and the staff at Hallcroft for hosting the qualifier.

The next qualifier is at Messingham Sands on Wednesday, 24th May. As usual there may be some tickets available on the day for Angling Trust members, so please make yourself known to Mike Storey on the morning.


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Fishomania qualifier round 13

Sun 21 May 17 - Lakeview Fishery, Melton Mowbray

Jamie lands Lakeview success and place in Fish ‘O’ Mania final

Seventy-two hardened match anglers made their way to the Midland mecca which is Lakeview fishery in Melton Mowbray for the 13th qualifier for Fish ’O’ Mania 2017.

Wet weather and falling pressure resulted in tricky conditions, however it also ensured a very fair contest with the lake’s larger residents not playing ball.

Winner on the day and qualifying for the £50,000 final was Fish ’O’ Mania regular Jamie Hughes (MAP). Drawn on one of the fancied pegs Canal 13, Jamie fished long and light, with 4mm pellet amassing an impressive 118lbs 4oz made up of F1’s and carp up to 4lbs.

Runner up at Lakeview was Paul Wright (Halkon Hunt/Dynamite Baits) who drew peg 23 on Lagoon Lake. Paul caught F1’s and carp to 8lbs to make up his weight of 93lbs 12oz. Tactics were to feed 4mm pellet down his margins, hoping for a few better fish.

Craig Goldstraw from Ashbourne in Derbyshire was third. Drawn on Lagoon peg 8, Craig focussed his attention short with 4mm pellet and caught 87lbs 6oz almost exclusively made up of F1’s

Fourth spot went to Gareth Malhem from Canal peg 25 with 81lbs 6oz and close on his tail was David Breakwell with 81lbs 1oz from Harbour peg 6.

A massive thanks to Richard Turner and his team at Lakeview for hosting the qualifier.


1st Jamie Hughes 118lbs 4oz
2nd Paul Wright 93lbs 12oz
3rd Craig Goldstraw 87lbs 6oz
4th Gareth Malhem 81lbs 6oz
5th David Breakwell 81lbs 1oz

The next qualifiers are at Hallcroft fishery and Lindholme lakes this weekend. Some tickets may be available on the day for Angling Trust members, so please make yourself known to the event organiser on the morning.


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Fishomania qualifier round 12

Wed 10 May 17 - Monks Lake, Kent

Harold holds out to land place in the Fish ‘O’ Mania grand final

Bright sunny conditions awaited the 90 anglers who made their way to Monk Lakes in Kent for the latest Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier.

With the top three separated by just 8lbs, every fish was critical late on, followed by a very anxious wait for the all important weigh in.

Holding out for top spot and qualifying on the day was Tidbury angler Ross Harold. Ross qualified from the unfancied Lake 1, peg 12, with 134lbs of F1’s and carp. Ross landed some large carp to 14lbs and qualified for the second year in succession.

Taking close runners up spot was Zoltan Lari who travelled down from Ipswich. Zoltan drew on Lake 3 and caught 127lbs 8oz of carp to 10lbs. Zoltan fished long pole and corn across to the rushes and only fed lightly to keep a steady flow of carp coming.

Third on the day was Peter Upperton from Sutton. Peter drew on Lake 1, peg 36, and caught 126lbs 2oz. Peter fished pole and pellet for a predominantly carp based weight.

Fourth spot went to Ross Bibby who landed 122lbs from peg 22 on Lake 1 and completing the top five was James Grainger, who caught 114lbs 14oz.


1st Ross Harold 134lbs
2nd Zoltan Lari 127lbs 8oz
3rd Peter Upperton 126lbs 2oz
4th Ross Bibby 122lbs
5th James Grainger 114lbs 14oz

Our next qualifier is at Lake View on Wednesday, 17th May. As usual there may be some tickets available on the day for Angling Trust members, so please make yourself known to Mick Turner on the morning


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Fishomania qualifier round 11

Sat 06 May 17 - Tunnel Barn Farm

Adam Richards makes most of end peg to net his place in the Fish ‘O’ Mania grand final

Tunnel Barn Farm delivered another cracking competition as 142 anglers fought out the latest Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier.

A surprise cold easterly wind meant that despite a good set of frame weights the fishing in some areas was difficult.

Adam Richards (Browning) made the most of the space on Club Pool end peg 24 to weigh in a magnificent 164lbs 6oz and land a place in the prestigious Fish ‘O’ Mania final in July. Fishing pellet down the middle he found a good stamp of carp to 6lbs.

Runner up was North West Guru star Andy Bennett who used his favoured caster shallow method honed on Partridge Lakes to take mainly small carp and F1’s for a weight of 148lbs 15oz.

In third place was Peter Goodman from Jenny’s peg 21 with 139lbs 4oz and in fourth was a former Fish ‘O’ Mania finalist winner Jamie Hughes on High peg 14 with a weight of 139lbs.


1st Adam Richards 164lbs 6oz
2nd Andy Bennett 148lbs 15oz
3rd Peter Goodman 139lbs 4oz
4th Jamie Hughes 139lbs
5th Richard Bond 110lbs 6oz
6th Matthew Dawes 108lbs 14oz

The next Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier heads to Monk Lakes, Marden, Kent on Wednesday 10th May.


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Fishomania qualifier round 10

Tue 25 April 17 - Makins Fishery, Leicestershire

Redgrave rewarded at marvellous Makins

Competition was fierce at Makins fishery as 135 anglers made their way to the Southern match angling mecca.

With bright, still conditions the lake’s resident carp proved tricky to tame, however up in the water tactics proved crucial to the contestants making up the frame.

First place and qualifying on the day was Coventry-based angler Jason Redgrave (Maver Gold Dynamite) who drew peg 15 on Lake 1 for a winning weight of 104lb 8oz.

Jason, a Fish’O’ Mania regular, managed 12 sizeable carp, which were nearly all caught shallow fishing with 8mm pellet.

Runner-up Perry Stone from Chertsey, London amassed a very respectable 95lb over the five hours on Lake 2, peg 15, catching big carp to 12lb on the pellet waggler.

Third spot went to Przemek Solski who drew Lake 5, peg 35. The London-based builder fished pole and pellet for his 91lb that was made up of carp to the 10lb mark.

Matthew Marshall weighed in 87lb 4oz for fourth place and completing the top five was Craig Jones with 86lb 10oz

Thanks to Alan and his team at Makins for hosting the qualifier. The next qualifier is at Tunnel Barn Farm on Saturday, 6th May. You can still book tickets online for this event and there may also be some tickets available on the day for Angling Trust members, so please make yourself known to Mark Treasure on the morning.


1. Jason Redgrave 104lb 8oz
2. Perry Stone 95lb
3. Przemek Solski 91lb
4. Matthew Marshall 87lb 4oz
5. Craig Jones 86lb 10oz


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Fishomania qualifier round 9

Wed 19 April 17 - Partridge Lakes, Cheshire

Scott pines for Fish ‘O’ Mania final success

Ever changeable conditions meant that for the 154 anglers who made their way to the Partridge Lakes on 19th April, weights were slightly down on previous weeks. However, this didn’t prevent a very close match with the top five being separated by just over 20lb.

First past the post and qualifying for the final was Colin Scott (Garbolino UK, Spotted Fin, Finygo) who drew peg 11 on Pine Lake. Colin kept a steady stream of small carp and F1’s coming on pellet coupled with very light terminal gear to amass his winning 85lb 5oz.

Hot on Colin’s heels was Dave Brown an Account Manager from Woolston. Ribbon Lake peg 4 was Dave’s draw and he fished a busy match for his 74lb 5oz made up of F1’s, carp and silvers. Dave utilised caster shallow to the reed line early on and then moved onto maggot down the track to bolster his weight.

Tackle shop owner Darren Morris from Bolton rounded out the top three with 70lb 8oz. Drawn on peg 133 of Convey Lake 6, Darren fished expander across over micros to take F1’s and carp to 5lb.

Fourth and fifth on the day was a very tight affair; with Ryan Lidgard amassing 61lb 4oz from Pine Lake peg 10 and Craig Goldstraw just 4oz short, with 61lb 0oz from Spey Lake peg 3.

Thanks to Dave Ikin and his team at Partridge for hosting this round of the Fish ’O’ Mania qualifiers. Next round is on the ever popular Tunnel Barn Farm and as usual there may be some tickets available on the day so please make yourself known to the event organiser.


1. Colin Scott 85lb 5oz
2. Dave Brown 74lb 5oz
3. Darren Morris 70lb 8oz
4. Ryan Lidgard 61lb 4oz
5. Craig Goldstraw 61lb 0oz


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Fishomania Qualifier round 8

Sat 15 April 17 - Barford Lakes, Norfolk

Adams battles blustery Barford to book place in Fish ‘O’ Mania final

A field of 79 anglers pitted themselves against turbulent weather in the latest round of Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifying at Barford Lakes. Heavy overnight rain made for tricky conditions early doors but the results couldn’t have been closer.

First place on the day went to Oakham angler Andy Adams with an impressive 104lbs 11oz. Andy drew peg 5 on Top Lake and fished hard all day at 16 metres, catching carp to 11lbs up in the water on pellet.

Taking the runners up spot was Stewart Bracey from Bury St Edmunds, who amassed 98lbs 9oz over the five hours. Stewart drew Willow Lake peg 23 and caught a mixed net of F1’s and carp on chopped worm and caster.

Third was Adam Southgate who travelled up from Bishops Stortford. Adam drew peg 2 on Railway Lake and also caught F1’s and carp on worm, this time over groundbait for his 92lbs 1oz.

Fourth spot went to Matthew Arnold with 91lbs 6oz from peg 2 on Top Lake and completing the top five was Keith Pearson who caught 87lbs 14oz from peg 29 on Pleasure Lake.

A huge thanks to Sarah and her team at Barford for hosting the qualifier. Our next qualifier is at Partridge Lakes on the 19th April. As usual there may be some tickets available on the day for Angling Trust members, so please make yourself known to Bob Dyer on the morning.


1. Andy Adams 104lbs 11oz
2. Stewart Bracey 98lbs 9oz
3. Adam Southgate 92lbs 1oz
4. Matthew Arnold 91lbs 6oz
5. Keith Pearson 87lbs 14oz


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Fishomania Qualifier round 7

Wed 12 April 17 - Monks Lakes, Kent

Seven top ton as Tony books place in Fish ‘O’ Mania final

Ninety-five anglers braved the windy conditions at the latest Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier at Monk Lakes in Kent to provide an extremely close match with seven competitors exceeding the magical 100lb mark.

First place went to previous finalist Tony Curd (MAP/Bait Tech) who drew peg 136 on Match Lake 4. Tony fished long pole to the island to net carp to 4lbs and F1’s on pellet for a superb 134lbs winning net.

Runner up Andrew Dearing, from Saxmundham, drew peg 16 on Puma Lake. Fishing the method feeder to the island, Andrew landed a larger stamp of fish on corn, with carp to 18lbs and a final tally of 131lbs 12oz.

Przemek Solski, from London, finished third after drawing peg 67 on Match Lake 2. Przemek fished pole and pellet for 129lbs 4oz of carp up to 12lbs.

Fourth spot went to Ross Harold with 125lbs 2oz from Peg 57 on Match Lake 2 and completing the top five was Dave Roberts with 119lbs from peg 47, also on Match Lake 2.

The Angling Trust wishes to thank all the staff at Monk Lakes for hosting an exceptional qualifier. Places are still available for the next qualifier at Barford Lakes on Saturday, 15th April, on a first come first served basis at the venue through Mick Turner.


1. Tony Curd 134lbs
2. Andrew Dearing 131lbs 12oz
3. Przemek Solski 129lbs 4oz
4. Ross Harold 125lbs 2oz
5. Dave Roberts 119lbs


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Fishomania Qualifier round 6

Sat 08 April 17 - Woodlands View

Andy powers to Fish ‘O’ Mania final with brilliant Woodland View catch

Andy Power from Somerset led the way in the latest Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier at the prolific West Midlands venue, Woodland View Fishery on Saturday, 8th April.

Fishing for Preston Innovations, Andy drew peg 25 on Front Deans near the middle of the lake and amassed a brilliant winning weight of 156lbs.

Andy said: “I had a slow first couple of hours before I really started to catch shallow on pellets on the pole at 14 metres. I fed 4mm fishery pellets 18 inch deep, with a 4 ×12 Preston shallow float, 11 hollo elastic. This got better and better as the match went on.

“I also caught a few on the pellet waggler catching around 20 fish, including some up to 14lb. Woodland View seems to be a lucky venue for me, this will be my fifth final and third time qualifiying from Woodlands View. Hopefully, I can be lucky in the final.”

Runner-up was Dan Squire (Sensas) from Somerset who drew peg 62 on Back Deans. He also caught carp throughout the day fishing shallow on casters to finish with 111lbs 2oz. In third place was Dale Stones (Wades Tackle) from Peterborough. Dale drew peg 18 Front Deans and caught carp fishing shallow on pellets. He took 109lbs 12oz to the scales.


1. A Power 156lbs
2: D Squire 111lbs 2oz
3: D Stones 109lbs 12oz
4: M Williams 103lbs 2oz
5: B Lockwood 101lbs 12oz

The Angling Trust would like to thank Mike, Denise and Adrian at Woodland View for all their usual help and hospitality.

This week will see the Fish ‘O’ Mania activity move to Monk Lakes, Kent on Wednesday, 12th April.


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Fishomania Qualifier round 5

Sat 01 April 17 - Viaduct Fishery

Robert Giles takes spare ticket – then books place in Fish ‘O’ Mania final

Good weather ensured that fishing was to the highest level at this latest Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier held at Viaduct Fishery, Somerset on Saturday, 1st April.

Taking one of the spare tickets on the day saw Robert Giles of South Wales land first place in what was a hard fought match.

Robert drew peg 111 on Campbell, starting short and switching to long pole he took carp to 16lbs on both meat and pellet with a superb winning weight of 178lbs 13ozs.

Lee Farmer was very close in second place with 177lbs 11ozs. Lee took his fish shallow on pellet at 16m.

Craig Edmunds, a manager from Yate, also drew on Campbell and despite breaking his pole put 177lbs 04ozs on the scales for third place.


1. Robert Giles 178lbs 13ozs
2. Lee Farmer 177lbs 11ozs
3. Craig Edmunds 177lbs 04ozs
4. Alex Murray 144lbs 03ozs
5. Rob Jones 141lbs 12ozs

The next Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier takes place at Woodland View Fishery, Droitwich on Saturday, 8th April.


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Fishomania Qualifier round 4

Sun 26 March 17 - Tunnel Barn Farm

Paul Blinkhorn nets top spot at Tunnel Barn Farm Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier

With a hard frost and cold wind greeting the 150 anglers arriving for the Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier at Tunnel Barn Farm, many did not think the contest would achieve the high weights of the previous weekend’s matches.

However, warming sunshine and sensible pegging meant that the venue fished very well with numerous good weights recorded across many of the venue’s pools.

The race for the qualifying position quickly came down to two anglers though – Jamie Hughes on Top Pool peg 13 and Paul Blinkhorn on Jenny’s Pool peg 21, with both anglers catching shallow despite the cold conditions, Paul on caster and Jamie on pellets.

It was Paul who topped the field though, booking his place in the final with 182lb 9oz to Jamie’s 151lb 8oz, mainly by virtue of the better stamp of fish available to Paul on Jenny’s Pool.

Club Pool also fished well with Matthew Dawes scoring the best weight of that pool with 137lb 1oz for third overall.


1. Paul Blinkhorn 182lb 9oz
2. Jamie Hughes 151lb 8oz
3. Matthew Dawes 137lb 1oz


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Fishomania Qualifier round 3

Sat 25 March 17 - Tunnel Barn Farm

Richard Chapman lands a place in Fish ‘O’ Mania final

Richard Chapman from Burton on Trent booked his place in the Fish ‘O’ Mania grand final with a 92lb 8oz winning catch at the Colemans Cottage qualifier.

Richard drew peg 5 on Copse Lake – the same peg that produced last year’s winner – and fished across to the island with maggot bait to take carp to 10lb.

The 92 competitors braved a cold easterly wind that, coupled with a frost the two previous nights, kept weights down on all the lakes.

Optician Patrick Cooper from Felsted, fishing for Shimano/Dynamite, fished maggot and caster short at peg 5 on Wood Lake to net carp to 8lb plus F1s for his runner-up net of 82lb.

Third place fell to London firefighter Thomas Sexton, fishing under the London fire service banner, who landed carp to 10lb on 6mm hard pellets at peg 22 on Wood Lake for 77lb.

Ben Emery landed a mixed net of 71lb from Copse peg 16 for fourth spot while Simon Colclough (Browning) caught 69lb from Pathfield peg 22 to finish fifth.

Angling Trust would like to thank Gerry and the staff at the fishery for all their help.


1. Richard Chapman 92lb 8oz
2. Patrick Cooper 82lb
3. Thomas Sexton 77lb
4. Ben Emery 71lb
5. Simon Colclough 69lb


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Fishomania Qualifier round 2

Sat 11 March 17 - Heronbrook Fisheries

Stephen Openshaw nets top spot at Heronbrook Fisheries Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier

The second Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier of 2017, at Heronbrook Fisheries in Staffordshire, saw 142 anglers in the draw looking for a good peg.

Going into the match the favourite was a previous Fish ‘O’ winner Jamie Hughes, who drew peg 1 on Bridge Pool, especially when the angler next to him decided not to fish.

However, it was well know fishery owner Stephen Openshaw who took the honours and qualified for the final with 121lb from Bridge Pool peg 23. With this peg being on the corner, it gave Steve plenty of options and the majority of his F1 fish were caught fishing shallow on maggots, the best being 4lb.

In second place was Dave Brown who drew peg 15 on Meadow Pool. Despite having a good start on pellet at 5m catching a few F1s and a couple of carp, this line soon died and Dave started to fish across to the far bank picking off odd fish. Having primed an edge line all match a good last hour down the side resulted in a total of 35 fish up to 6lb for a final weight of 109lb.

Jamie Hughes started long fishing across to the willow tree and was into F1s straight away. By feeding multiple lines and fishing pellet, Jamie managed to catch fish regularly to 3lb throughout the match. This put him third overall with a weight of 107lb.

Fourth place was Steve Hughes on Match Lake 4 with 95lb 12oz. In fifth place was another previous Fish ‘O’ winner Matt Hall with 88lb from Island 9. Last in the money from Bridge Pool 37 with 82lb 12oz was Johnothan Fairhurst.


1. Stephen Openshaw 121lb
2. Dave Brown 109lb
3. Jamie Hughes 107lb
4. Steve Hughes 95lb 12oz
5. Matt Hall 88lb
6. Johnothan Fairhurst 82lb 12oz

The next Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier heads to Tunnel Barn Farm, Shrewley, Warwickshire on Saturday 25th March.


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Fishomania Qualifier round 1

Wed 08 March 17 - Viaduct fishery

First qualifier sees Fish ‘O’ Mania veteran book place in grand final

Heavy rain greeted the 100 anglers for the first round of Fish ‘O’ Mania at Viaduct Fishery, Somerset, on Wednesday 8th March. The weather did soon clear and fishing was to its normal high standard.

Local angler and Fish ‘O’ Mania veteran Steve Jackson, fishing for Garbolino, put his many years of experience to good effect when he drew peg 129 on Campbell.

Steve stayed on the waggler for the match, fishing both shallow and deep with 6mm pellets to take carp up to 12lbs to record a brilliant winning weight of 141lbs 9oz and booked his ticket for the Fish ‘O’ Mania grand final in July.

Hard on his heels for second place was Frank Donachie of Swindon, fishing for Colmic. Also on Campbell, he fished the bomb and waggler taking carp up to 10lbs to record a weight of 140lbs 7oz.

Gareth Lennox fishing for Frenzee took carp up to 15lbs on both pellet and meat to record 135lbs 13oz. Thomas Sexton of Ealing made the long journey to the South West pay by weighing in 129lbs 8oz, which included one carp of 18lbs. Andy Cranston fishing for Preston Thatchers and was part of the Sensas England Youth team last year took 125lbs 9oz to the scales, again an all-carp catch.

1. S. Jackson 141lbs 9oz
2. F. Donachie 140lbs 7oz
3. G. Lennox 135lbs 13oz
4. T. Sexton 129lbs 8oz
5. A. Cranston 125lbs 9oz


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