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James Maude AC Hallcroft Bridge Inner & Outer.

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    JAMES MAUDE AC HALCROFT BRIDGE POOL INNER & OUTER

    Saturday 22 September 2018.

    Weather: overcast day temps quite cold breeze with the odd shower:

    The autumnal equinox is upon us: On Saturday, September 22, both the Northern and Southern hemispheres will experience an equal amount of daylight. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, it marks the beginning of fall, with daylight hours continuing to shorten until the winter solstice in December. For those south of the equator, it’s the beginning of spring.

    Technically speaking, the equinox occurs when the sun is directly in line with the equator. This will happen at 9:54 pm Eastern time on Saturday.

    Below is a short scientific guide to the most equal night of the season.

    1) Why do we have equinoxes?
    The fall and spring equinoxes, the seasons, and the changing length of daylight hours throughout the year are all due to one fact: Earth spins on a tilted axis.

    The tilt — possibly caused by a massive object hitting Earth billions of years ago — means that for half the year, the North Pole is pointed toward the sun (as in the picture below). For the other half of the year, the South Pole gets more light. It’s why we have seasons.

    So as the Autumn closes in on us and we say farewell to a great summer, we know the fish we want in our nets go into a transition and fish feeding up for the winter increasing their body fats, also as the weather changes with cold rain entering our waters all having an effect on how we catch. This was not a problem for Halcroft resident Dave Sewell, a man who knows every contour of the Bridge pool.

    And so once again the James Maude AC lads travel through the Historical town of Retford and if you look on trip advisor you will see that Dave Sewell really gives this a five star rating as he clocks up back to back wins following his victory at Hayton Lakes last week, Dave was in control of all things Halcroft , Dave pegged on the outer on peg 17 weighed 86lb-5oz. Well done Dave. Second place was a Nick Heath who did peg 1 on the island proud with 75lb-6oz. Well done Nick. Hon Sec Skelly also pegged on Island peg 8 with 68lb-7oz. Well done Skelly. Glen Haynsz our stalwart guest pegged on 53 took fourth with 57lb-8oz from peg 53. Well done Glen.
    The results are as follows:

    Dave Sewell 86lb-5oz peg 17 outer

    Nick Heath 75lb-6oz peg 1 inner

    Paul Skeldon 68lb-7oz peg 8 inner

    Glen Hanysz 57lb-8oz peg 53 outer

    Billy Harrison 52lb-5oz peg 11 inner (section winner)

    Terry Wiggins 36lb-4oz peg 5 inner

    Brian Cox 34lb-6oz peg 17 inner (section winner)

    Shaun Green 34lb peg 23 inner

    Pete Jackson 32lb-9oz peg 11 outer (section winner)

    Ian Carr 32lb-2oz peg 47 outer

    Ashley Skeldon 30lb peg 13 inner

    Tony Smith 25lb-8oz peg 5 outer

    Scott Dibble 25lb-1oz peg 23 outer

    John Balmforth 21lb-8oz peg 21 inner

    Pete Lambert 19lb-11oz peg 20 outer

    Dave Lilliman 16lb-8oz peg 19 inner

    Paul Davies 16lb-2oz peg 43 outer

    Alan Slack 8lb-6oz peg 26 outer

    Lawrence Butcher 2lb-11oz peg 26 inner

    Next Match 29th September 2018 Jansons Fishery Match Pool.

    Thank you for taking the time to read.
    Regards Billy Boy :)

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