Team match fishing with Browning Osset.


Sunday we fished Paul Caygill’s national split across the New Junction and Aire and Calder canals. Excellent draw, as usual, so smooth and everyone straight off to our pegs. We were a little unsure of our draw, with a few iffy pegs that could catch us out. 

Anyhow, the team put in a blinding performance to cap off a great summer with an average of 11.5 points from the 10 anglers in a 14 peg section. This left us with 115 points and luckily enough to win the day with Drennan Barnsley a close second with 111 points! 

Well done to Paul Caygill on running another faultless 140 peg match. Always on point and does so well to make it run so smooth and keeping team fishing alive! 

Another point to mention which is very important to our team members and probably a lot of other anglers. Is Paul Caygill invited a Junior team of 10 to fish for free with the rest of the teams. Which is absolutely great to see so many young anglers having a go on a natural venue and all showed great talent for venues they don’t fish and will certainly be dangerous if they continue. Hopefully see them on the bank again and in the event next year. 

Last week we also managed to win the final round of the happy league, also ran by Paul Caygill, with the highest score of the year with a 98 point total. Which meant we kept our lead to win the league out right. 

Big well done to Michael Lodge for winning the individual league points again, always so consistent. 

Another big thank you to Paul Caygill on running the league. We are excited for next year, with a few matches on the river Trent. 

Big thanks to Browning for their support for another season. Now two weeks before we go again for the winter league, where we will be trying our best to get into the winter league final. 


Team match fishing with Browning Osset.


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Browning Osset 1
Browning Osset 2