Angling results and fixtures

Open and club match results and fixtures

OPEN MATCH RESULTS

River Wensum (Riverside): P Swan (Earlham Silvers) 8lb 7oz, D Roe (DAIWA AD) 4lb 12 oz, S James (Dukes) 3lb 14oz. Pairs: P Swan/W Anderson 11lb 08oz R Gibbons/D Roe 8lb 3oz, R Hubbard/ K Bland 7lb 4oz.

Barford Saturday: S Kindelysides (East Harling) 22lb 7oz, J Broughton (Bury) 9lb 7oz, K Ford (Barford Tackle) 7lb.

Barford, Sunday: S Greatbatch (Hinderclay) 22lb 6oz, W Martin (Anglers World) 10lb 12oz, J Barrowman (Anglers World) 2lb 8oz.


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Tackle Xchange Christmas Fair (Kelling Beach): M Waters (Carlton Colville) 4lb 2oz, M Good (Lowestoft) 3lb 12oz, P Tovell (Gorleston) 3lb 9oz.

Bridge Farm (Litcham) Open: Bill Bullock (Dereham and District) 14lb 1oz, Neil Paske (Downham Market) 11lb 6oz, Paul Bageletto (Swaffham) 2lb.

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• CLUB MATCH RESULTS

Norfolk and Suffolk Veterans Tuesday (River Waveney): R Brand 13lb, C Colby 8lb 14oz, D Roe 7lb 13oz.

Norfolk and Suffolk Veterans, Thursday: J Beckham 21lb 10oz, L Higgins 21lb 4oz, C Davey 11lb 7oz.

Dukes (River Wensum): J Lowe 8lb 8oz, S James 5lb 13oz, N Smith 5lb 10oz. Pairs: Loe/James 14lb 5oz, Smith/Urry 9lb 2oz.

Stalham (Lagoons): D Hammond 2lb 2oz, Amanda Greenhaugh 1lb 13oz.

Holt SAC (Kelling): P Fennich 2lb 14oz, D Conway 2lb 12oz, J Carter 1lb 13oz.

• MATCH FIXTURES

Jim Boulton Memorial, Boxing Day, River Wensum: Tickets from Norwich tackle shops.

Barford/Fox match: Fixtures doubtful, check on 01603 759624.

Bridge Farm (Litcham): December 23, 01328 701699.

• Blackdyke Trout Fishery

The lake is fishing well at the moment – apps, blood worms, humungos and yellow dancers are all working well on intermediates and sink tip lines with a slow retrieve. To see if the lake is frozen over, call 07525 730447. The venue will be open Bank Holiday Monday.

• Rocklands Mere, Larkwood, South Elmham Lakes are all frozen. At Narborough Trout Lakes the stream is still fishable. For up to date information ring the fisheries direct.

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