Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Big Kev » Thu Dec 15, 2016 5:01 pm

Loads of room on Maddocks Rd and non of the locals are inconvenienced,so have no grounds for complaint...
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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Adam Roper » Thu Dec 15, 2016 5:25 pm

Big Kev wrote:Loads of room on Maddocks Rd and non of the locals are inconvenienced,so have no grounds for complaint...
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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby MickMac2 » Thu Dec 15, 2016 6:23 pm

Sadly guys I will be unable to fish having broken my left arm. I will be in plaster for six weeks. New rod, try pod just sitting there looking at me. Absolutely gutted. Once mended I will be out with you guys again. It has been a pleasure fishing with you fine gents and good luck to you all.

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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Steve Duffy » Thu Dec 15, 2016 6:28 pm

MickMac2 wrote:Sadly guys I will be unable to fish having broken my left arm. I will be in plaster for six weeks. New rod, try pod just sitting there looking at me. Absolutely gutted. Once mended I will be out with you guys again. It has been a pleasure fishing with you fine gents and good luck to you all.

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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Trishy » Thu Dec 15, 2016 10:16 pm

Sorry , cant make this one, too much to do. On the subject of pegging, i personally prefer it.I think its fair to say it takes a bit of local knowledge out of the equation but also test the angler. You have got to be prepared for whatever the peg throws at you ,if its snaggy you need your heavy line and snag free rigs, if the fish are far out, you need your casting skills and distance rigs, if it is totally devoid of fish you need your best excuses and a hamlet cigar! Over the course of the angling year the good and bad pegs even each other out and grade you as an angler. on another note , if its a rover you will always get some clown fishing too close to you, its a fact of life. one reason i prefer to get on the end of the venue. tight lines fellas

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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Steve Duffy » Fri Dec 16, 2016 9:54 am

Trishy wrote:Sorry , cant make this one, too much to do. On the subject of pegging, i personally prefer it.I think its fair to say it takes a bit of local knowledge out of the equation but also test the angler. You have got to be prepared for whatever the peg throws at you ,if its snaggy you need your heavy line and snag free rigs, if the fish are far out, you need your casting skills and distance rigs, if it is totally devoid of fish you need your best excuses and a hamlet cigar! Over the course of the angling year the good and bad pegs even each other out and grade you as an angler. on another note , if its a rover you will always get some clown fishing too close to you, its a fact of life. one reason i prefer to get on the end of the venue. tight lines fellas


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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Adam Roper » Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:38 pm

As previously stated I'm now confirming that Sunday's match will be pegged with a draw made at booking in to determine your peg for the match.
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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Steve Duffy » Fri Dec 16, 2016 2:04 pm

Adam Roper wrote:As previously stated I'm now confirming that Sunday's match will be pegged with a draw made at booking in to determine your peg for the match.


Plenty of room for good spacing between anglers on this mark. 30 yds minimum would do the trick nicely.
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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby briden » Fri Dec 16, 2016 2:50 pm

Sorry but I don't think its a good idea to fish a pegged match fishing this two fish only format.Unless the venue is even all the way through is all clean ground or all rough ground.The problem at the last comp was not enough Dab holding clean ground
which led to the overcrowding.Kingslake is a long stretch just set a minimum distance between rods,or if you still want to peg it just peg the clean ground as not every body likes fishing Snaggy ground.PS I do ,the outside of Holyhead breakwater ,and the swellies my two favorite venues.

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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Big Kev » Fri Dec 16, 2016 4:19 pm

I was`nt aware of any rough ground on the Kingslake stretch....i thought it was all sand/mud making it a very fair match length. :think:
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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Steve Duffy » Fri Dec 16, 2016 4:35 pm

Big Kev wrote:I was`nt aware of any rough ground on the Kingslake stretch....i thought it was all sand/mud making it a very fair match length. :think:


Up the left hand side it is a bit rocky but not for too far out.
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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Adam Roper » Sat Dec 17, 2016 7:39 am

briden wrote:Sorry but I don't think its a good idea to fish a pegged match fishing this two fish only format.Unless the venue is even all the way through is all clean ground or all rough ground.The problem at the last comp was not enough Dab holding clean ground
which led to the overcrowding.Kingslake is a long stretch just set a minimum distance between rods,or if you still want to peg it just peg the clean ground as not every body likes fishing Snaggy ground.PS I do ,the outside of Holyhead breakwater ,and the swellies my two favorite venues.


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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby Dyl » Sat Dec 17, 2016 9:01 am

Adam Roper wrote:
briden wrote:Sorry but I don't think its a good idea to fish a pegged match fishing this two fish only format.Unless the venue is even all the way through is all clean ground or all rough ground.The problem at the last comp was not enough Dab holding clean ground
which led to the overcrowding.Kingslake is a long stretch just set a minimum distance between rods,or if you still want to peg it just peg the clean ground as not every body likes fishing Snaggy ground.PS I do ,the outside of Holyhead breakwater ,and the swellies my two favorite venues.


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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby zippie01 » Sat Dec 17, 2016 5:26 pm

I don't mind pegged or not as long as respect is given to fellow anglers with regards to spacing :thumbsup:

Also just for info, Phoenix have a match at kingslake tomorrow morning too :cry:
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Re: Round 5 Preview - Kinglake Road - Sunday 18th December

Postby AndyJ » Sat Dec 17, 2016 6:28 pm

And I bet it will start before the WSF Match!!!


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