Gardner is victor at club clash, but Adams leads series

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Ian Gardner (192lb) was the victor when Joe’s Road and Sudbury angling clubs came together to fish the top lake at Rayne Lodge at the end of last month.

Rod Adams (88lb), Paul Brown (81lb) and Roger Mansfield (80lb) followed, leaving Adams at the top of the points table from Gardner, Ken Noble, Rick McCarthy and Mansfield.

n A newcomer to Colnes Angling Society won the latest senior citizens’ match, fished at Lodge Farm, St Oysth.

Although the lake did not fish to its potential, 10 anglers all caught.

Results: 1 Barry Bennett 24lb 5oz; 2 Paul Carter 23lb 2oz; 3 Bob Hunt 21lb; 4 Dick Cheshire 
14lb 2oz.

n The London Anglers Association (LAA) has stated night fishing is now allowed on Bures Lake.

This will be within the combined night permit, which for the sum of £25 allows members who have purchased a membership ticket to night fish Littleport, River Wissey, Brampton Pit, Glemsford Lakes, Hemingford Grey and Bures Lake.

Any local angler can obtain a permit to fish LAA waters by contacting their London office on 0208 5207477.