Norfolk Angling

Anglers and officials who raised £220 for the charity at a pike match  at Lenwade Bridge public house lakes”.

Jeanette looking for sponsors after Ladies World Championship call-up

Jeanette Halliday, recognised by all the pundits as Norfolk’s top woman match angler, has been selected again for the Angling Trust’s Ladies World Championship team.

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Dry flies the choice for rainbows

Rocklands Mere: Spring has certainly sprung with prolific buzzer hatches and dry flies accounting for most of the fish, particularly on Sunday when the overcast skies and gentle breeze made conditions perfect for top of the water sport. Newcomer Paul Worley enjoyed his best day since joining and witnessed the thrill of fishing dries when he landed a total of nine rainbows. Fishing on Sunday, Paul was using small black cdc buzzers and fishing the choppy water on the west bank. Another good day was had by Roger Bobbin, from Wymondham, who, in an afternoon, managed 11 rainbows on small G&H Sedge patterns.

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A surprise or two around the coast

It’s been steady sport around the patch, with some good variety and the odd surprise thrown in for good measure.

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John Bailey inspects a great river management scheme on the Glaven.

Environment Agency deserve praise for Wensum work

I like to think that I’ve known for 30 years or more that dredging rivers is bad and letting them live naturally is good.

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Ashley Brown with a 28lbs 8oz drain pike caught on the final day of the season.

Brown finishes with a flourish thanks to monster pike

Ashley Brown bagged a big pike on his final trip of the season for the second year running. Last time around, I photographed him holding a 30.

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