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Firstly I would like to say a Big Thank you for all the anglers who did turn up for the AnglersNet/Loodge Pool Day Out.

 

Dean BMW & Freinds

Budgie

Alan Stubbs + Family

Wicker Dave

John - Kieinboet

Mel + friend

Mr Matthew & Son

Gerry - Arygll

Ian FG

Darren - Badexcuseforanangler

Frank James

 

Right as putting a lot of time and effort and a lot of sleepless nights as this is my first do as a fish ins and hopefully maybe more in the future.

 

I am glad that everyone had an very good day out

as I my fishing throughout the day was patchy due to try help others members out in the fishing at Lodge Pool. Managed to catch a couple of carp in the afternoon plus others fish as roch and perch.

 

I think Budgie :rolleyes::D did really enjoyed catching a few carp on the method feeder and the floating candle method as well. Never seen him laughing so much on the floating candle method

 

Also I would thank personly to Frank James - lpaa Carpy for providing his knowledge of the pool as I do.

 

It was nice to meet Alan Stubb and family at last as me and Alan have emails on varoius things over the last few months. Alan you are the last of "true" new friend and hoping we will meet again in the future.

 

Gerry - Another true friend and nice to see you again. I did put Gerry in a nice peg for catching carp but he did put a lot of effort in. I can't remember what was his score on the fish at least manage to catch a carp at last :D

 

John - Klienboet - Well what can I say about him! Fished well for 18 1/2lb of carp on Lodge Pool. And still one of the jokers when leaving home with his umbrella hat :D

 

Never had a chance to talked to the rest of the members but will let them post on their score or the story of their day out

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Fish-ins are always fun but wearing on the organizer for sure. Well done Andrew.

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Good work, Andrew. Organising any event is difficult - especially such a successful one.

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Well done Andrew. I've been reading about this for the past few weeks I'm glad to hear that everything went well.

 

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I must thank Andy for an absolutely SUPER day. We (Mel and I) arrived and were welcomed by him as if we were the only ones coming! We had breakfast and were personally escorted to our pegs by Andy who had set aside pegs next to the car-park for us disabled. We were constantly asked if we were all right and treated royally all day. When Mel's friend phoned and said he was lost, Andy left his fishing and went and fetched him!! Well done that man. The fishing was good (for some!!) in Idyllic surroundings and I am at a loss for words (unusual for me!!)to say how much we appreciated all his hard work.

THANK YOU ANDY!!

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kleinboet:

I must thank Andy for an absolutely SUPER day. We (Mel and I) arrived and were welcomed by him as if we were the only ones coming! We had breakfast and were personally escorted to our pegs by Andy who had set aside pegs next to the car-park for us disabled. We were constantly asked if we were all right and treated royally all day. When Mel's friend phoned and said he was lost, Andy left his fishing and went and fetched him!! Well done that man. The fishing was good (for some!!) in Idyllic surroundings and I am at a loss for words (unusual for me!!)to say how much we appreciated all his hard work.

THANK YOU ANDY!!

Anytime kleinboet/John

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Had a great day, thanks for all the hard work Andy

The carp beat me 2-0 but thats fishing for you, Im sure I would of got a few out if I could have fished for longer but Ive been living the single life for years now and had young lady coming to visit in the evening

 

Darren

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it would have been nice to sit and meet everybody after the breakfast, but after walking round the lake before my mates were just dying to get fishing,( infact they wanted to miss the breakfast )

even though i didnt catch a carp on the day, and now taking some stick for it, had a great day.

i will try to post some pic when i get them of me mate.

a big thanks to the member (i didnt catch his name) who set my sons method up and got him instantley in to a carp.

and a big thanks to andy for the hard work he put

and a thanks from my son and nephue to andy for helping carry their tackle back to the car.

a great day lets have some more.

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Stuff work go fishing.

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