Monthly archives: May, 2019

Guru Festival – Phil Canning

Day 1: Porth Peg 36: The first day of the rotation had seen me on porth 36, in the middle of the section and I was a little unsure how it would fish with the week before having weights up to 50lb and I was thinking it was going to be a big weight or a very little weight and turn out to be a struggle all over the lake. » » Read More…



Guru Festival – Whinny

Day 1: Porth peg 23: My favourite Day of the week but with lots of bream showing the week before it wasn’t going to be an out and out Roach match, which is what I’d rather do, so I had to cover my options by feeding along Pole line and long feeder line for bream/skimmers. » » Read More…



Guru Festival – Fran Oreilly

Day 1: Treewaters Peg 35: I fancied this peg for a few fish due to the room you have around you. I have kept it nice and simple today and set up a 5m line and 13m line with 6mm pellets and feeding the same. I also had a margin line, top 4 to my right and 13m left and right. » » Read More…



UK Champs – The Glebe Fishery Round 1

The first round of this year’s UK Championship was at The Glebe, one of the prettiest, well-kept fisheries in the country.  With 80 Anglers stretched out across the entire nine lakes, 129 peg complex we were due some room. But there were also going to be 18 end pegs in the match, and they can really dominate! » » Read More…



Jason updates us on his latest outings in may

I have had a busy few weeks with work and some fishing in between so I thought it’s about time I caught up on my blogs. With a few festivals and fisho qualifiers to cover. » » Read More…



Alders Farm spring league Round 5

My team draws so far in this league have not been the best so we let Steve Waters have a go this round. Luckily for me, I got a good section peg (28 ash), Steve 4 ash, ok but should get beat by 1,2, and 30. Deany 22 pines, ok and Roger 2 pines err crap. » » Read More…