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    JAMES MAUDE ANGLING CLUB 1969 - 2019




    Saturday 5th October 2019 Jansons Fishery Match Pool (5hrs).




    Weather: Autumnal start to the day, staying dry.




    And Now for Something Completely Different.




    On this day the 5th September 1969, the face of comedy was about to change as the Monty Python Team with the first showing of what was to become a team of comedy giants. This was to kick start some great careers with most of the members of Monty Python achieving personal bests in TV and Film.

    They gave us such classic sketches such as:

    The Dead Parrot.

    Arguably the most famous,readily quoted,Python sketch,this was inspired by Michael Palin’s trip to a mechanic who refused to accept that there was a problem with his car. There is of course, no such bird as a Norwegian Blue, although that has since become the nickname of a 55 million year-old fossilised Scandinavian parrot.

    The Killer Joke.

    A joke so funny, the man who wrote it laughs himself to death; it then kills his mother. After military tests confirm its devastating effectiveness at a range of up to 50 yards,the Allies eventually use the gag to win the war. Of course, we’re never told the actual joke apart from in German translation-which turns out to be gibberish.

    The Lumberjack Song.

    Reportedly dashed off in 15 minutes because nobody could think of an ending for the barbershop sketch, this catchy confessional by a cross dressing woodcutter has since made life hell for lumberjacks everywhere.

    Hells Grannies, The Piraña Brothers, Argument Clinic the list is endless.

    An so it is with such timeless classics that forged the way in the memories of us all, we carry those great times as we do our long and arduous journeys down the years to the River Trent where the seasoned anglers of James Maude Ac honed their skills as anglers,trotting on the Trent with a Quill. We used to dream of catching big weights such as 10,15, 20 lbs of fish if you were lucky and went home a happy chappie. Today’s anglers dream of getting the all important 100lb weight as most fisheries are quite capable of throwing up these sort of weights. The python’s celebrate 50 years of giving their personal bests as do the James Maude Ac lads on today’s encounter at Jansons Fishery and Match Pool Lake, a lake were PB’s are made. Our top two in the league once again did battle as Scott Dibble cannot shake off and gain precious points on league leader Gary Summerscales. Scott fished a cracking match catching well on Corn from peg 3, Scott would have made the 300 club but for a knock back on one net, but still managed a new PB with 296lb- 9oz. Well done Scott. Breaking his previous PB by just 2lb, Gary Summerscales did the double ton pegged on 26 taking 238lb-12oz to the scales another PB. Well done Gary. Peg 36 saw yet another PB going to Billy Harrison and a photo opportunity with the cream. Billy fished worm over micro’s and dead reds to weigh 213lb-4oz. Well done Billy.

    Fourth double ton went to Terry Wiggins pegged on 7, Terry weighed 206lb-12oz. Well done Terry. Fourth PB of the day went to Hon Sec Skelly, who’s not just a one trick pony at Skellydale, Hon Sec’s PB 192lb-15oz from peg 9. Well done Skelly. So the penultimate match on the James Maude Ac calendar . As the lads prepare to do battle with the Bee, Bee Boys at Lindholme.

    The results are as follows:

    Scott Dibble 296-9 peg 3 PB

    Gary Summerscales 238-12 peg 26 PB

    Billy Harrison 213-4 peg 36 PB

    Terry Wiggins 206-12 peg 7 (section winner)

    Paul Skeldon 192-15 peg 9 PB

    Phil Smedley 165-2 peg 34 (section winner)

    Brian Cox 157-15 peg 14

    Roger Summerscales 156-3 peg 5

    Dave Sewell 152-5 peg 32

    Pete Lambert 143-6 peg 38

    Nick Heath 137-12 peg 30

    Ian Carr 137-1 peg 21

    Dave Lilliman 135-1 peg 17

    Tony Smith 134-14 peg 28

    Steve Arabskyj 74-14 peg 11




    Next Match James Maude Ac v Big Bash Ac Lindholme Lakes, Loco Lake.




    Thank you for taking the time to read.











    Regards Billy Boy :)

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  • #2
    Thats a real impressive results sheet with almost every angler doing a ton. Well done Bill on your PB and a framing weight to go with it. Thanks for posting your report.

    www.polefloatsbyjasonelwell.co.uk

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Brian G View Post
      Thats a real impressive results sheet with almost every angler doing a ton. Well done Bill on your PB and a framing weight to go with it. Thanks for posting your report.

      Hi Brian, Hope you and all the family are well. Thanks for the kind words mate and the posting is a pleasure, if it helps any anglers out there who have matches in and around the area, then its good to know what results are coming off certain lakes/pegs. Kindest regards to you and yours.
      Regards Billy Boy :)

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      • #4
        Those weights are both brilliant and ridiculous, especially after the weather we have been having. A friend fished a match there last month, went to net a fish and ended up scooping two.
        Think it could be a little overstocked. Please keep the brill reports coming.

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