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Junior Open Match - Ellingham Hall Lake, 8 August 2015

Secretary Tony Game lines up with the Lads and the trophies presented by Janine Lascelles of the "Halcyons" River Waveney Trust Association.

Secretary Tony Game lines up with the Lads and the trophies presented by Janine Lascelles of the "Halcyons" River Waveney Trust Association.

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The three top anglers!

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And one of the good hauls!

Junior Open Match - Ellingham Hall Lake, 2 August 2014

Bungay Cherry Tree’s Ellingham Lake fished its head off for their entry free Open Junior match.
Dad lends a hand

Dad helps to land a hard fighting fish

The weather held fine for a winning bag of 46 lbs 9 ozs of mainly small carp for 10-year old William Oakins, son of the Intrepid star John. An absolutely astonishing total weight for the ten competitors of 241 lb was landed. The morning was generously festooned with prizes of reels, nets and rods, from John at Avenue Angling who also provided whips as prizes too.
A happy youngster

Pleased as punch!

A fine fish for a young angler

A fine fish for a young angler

A personal best fish

A personal best fish

It was a great morning for some lads who rolled up to their first angling match with little or no tackle, but loaned items were soon to be baited with half a gallon of maggot from Angling Direct. Cheap elasticated poles on loan with stretched elastics generated smiles all round and made an excellent outing which is likely to be repeated.

Junior's match report - Lay-by Pit, 21 September 2013

Good support from, Bungay Rotarians with a £25 donation to fund prizes was generous and welcome. Items of shot, hooks and disgorgers were presented by their Officer Eric Williams to Anthony Moore, who was winner on the day with both the biggest fish as a roach of 10 ozs, and, the heaviest catch weighing 2 lbs 1 ozs which won him a short telescopic whip from the Club. Cherry Tree Vice Chairman and Maltings Manager, Julian Cobb, gave six bags of groundbait as prizes. Toby Last as runner up took his share of the spoils doing well at 8 year’s old taking rudd and roach with a few hungry perch for 12 ozs. Steve Last's tench caught at Lay-by Pit 21 September 2013 Side show star of the day was Toby’s Dad Steve having a dapple with his Son's spare simple gear whilst waiting, for the first time in quite a few years, landing two 3 lbs female tench on the pole. Mum, Georgina pitched in too and managed a rudd and a roach to make it a family affair watched by Granny and Grandad Splendlove!