Group 1 Round 2 Match report.

Rutland Water 14th May

Following 2 days of strong cool westerly winds with little in the way of insect life hatching match day was bright and still with only the slightest of  southerly and easterly  breezes at times through the day. At the start some boats headed towards the blue pipes where good fish had been seen moving to shrimps and snails and a bank angler had caught an early limit.

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Group 2 Round 2 Report – Grafham 11th May

AMFC G2 R2 on a wintry May day on Grafham
Five teams, with Bristol RFF absent,  found it challenging on a cold wet and windy Grafham Water in this second round of the Championship.All the teams had some members practicing the day before and knew the fish were concentrated in the south-east and north west of the reservoir feeding on buzzers and it wasn’t surprising when the fleet split 25% in Gaynes and 75% in Savages, mostly starting with buzzers on a variety of floaters, sink tips, washing line, straight- lining or the bung.

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AMFC Round 1 – Bewl Water Bewl Water 23 April 2022

The Spring meeting of the Association of Major Fishing Clubs took place at Bewl Water in Kent on a blustery spring day. The cold north-easterly wind did not make it easy for the 56 anglers from 14 teams who ventured onto the water. Reports of fish in Rosemary Lane and Dunsters meant that the majority of boats headed for Bewl Straight. A few anglers headed for the Bowl between the draw off tower and Chingley; a few went down Hook Straight to Bramble Bay and a couple of boats headed towards Ferry Point to fish the bank towards Monty’s Seat. Most anglers appeared to favour a floating or intermediate line or one of several different sink tip lines, but a few sinking lines were evident in the boats.

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