Clubman Winners 17 March 2015

In association with the Angling Times.

However your club match has fished, if you’re a member of Clubman then your result will see you in with a chance of pocketing one of the weekly Top 10 prizes, rewarding performances not just on pounds and ounces, but merit too. Each winner will pick up a Bait-Tech goodie bag.

This week’s Top 10 prize winners:

Name Club Catch Bait Venue
Peter Sutton Northfield DAS 57-8-0 carp/roach corn Broadacres Fishery
Alan Middleton Kidlington AS 12-0-0 chub maggot River Cherwell
Edward Harrison Listerhills Old Boys AA 20-6-0 roach skimmers maggot Pilley’s Fishery
Rob Pottinger Harrow Herons AC 38-0-0 roach/skimmers caster Royal Berkshire Fishery
Ken Oliver Department of Education 181-8-0 carp pellet Chestnut Pool Fishery
Dave Crozier Birmingham Thursday Club 16-2-0 skimmers pellet Packington Somers
Dean Liffen Dean’s Casuals 104-6-0 carp pellet Ashbridge Manor Fishery
Alan Creaser Westlands AC 25-3-0 barbel maggot Westlands Fishery
Andy Kelk JVAC 127-4-0 carp pellet Decoy Lakes
Dave Worley Parkside FC 94-10-0 carp corn Portland Waters

Are you in this week’s top 10? To claim your prize, contact us on 01473 241811 to arrange delivery to your nearest tackle shop. Don’t forget to leave your email address with us to receive our monthly newsletter.

To join the Angling Times Bait-Tech Clubman scheme, call Abi Brewster at Angling Times on 01733 395108 or email: . Abi will register your club and send you some match report cards so your results can be printed in the paper.

Got a fishing question, have a problem, need some advice? Submit your question to Abi and have it answered in the Angling Times by a Bait-Tech angler. Click here for previous Q&As.

2 Responses to Clubman Winners 17 March 2015

  1. david james March 17, 2015 at 10:31 am

    what is the best way to prepare micro pellets for feeding on the pole

    • Tony Curd March 17, 2015 at 8:58 pm

      Hi David

      Our carp and coarse pellets are one of the simplest pellets to prepare on the market. Simply get a one pint tub fill with pellets and put just enough water to see water through the gaps in the pellets. Put the lid on and leave them while you tackle up. When you’re ready to start fishing empty the pellets into a bowl or larger tub to separate and they will be perfect for squeezing into kinder pots or cupping in and will all sink as required.

      Hope that helps.

      Tight lines

      Tony Curd

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