Match Reports

Match Reports 2018

Bernies Lake - Sun 18th November


We had the last match . Darky won. Gaz was overall Champ. Huggins is an ex Champ. the end WOOF..............................

Denne Farm - Sun 21st October


Always a good match this venue a current favorite with many, not just for the good head of various fish , but nice and quiet apart from, that is the fact that you are under the flight path but they are quite high , so not a problem. it seems the current league system once out of reach for some becomes, redundant as they are not in contention so they ignore species attempts and just fill up with carp! A better system i feel would to do the silvers/carp points where the top silvers weight gets max points reducing down to last place, and the same for the carp weights, and adding the two together answers on a postcard?......... in that system you just have to catch both or perish.So what of the match well Darky showed he has the venue sussed with another good weight to get top weight on the day followed by newcomer Paul stamping his presence with a creditable ton, well done to those two. Gary drew a little closer to top league spot making it a good final, even though we are the only two bothering with species.? The final match will now be a Mitchell cup final and final league position all to be decided, at bernies lake 11th Nov. So what points of interest on the day; many guilty of playing there fish in the neighbors peg, with the water levels being so low, control seemed to be almost impossible as the larger fish tore off at a rate of knots. also some lost to snapped/lost tackle in the 18" of water available to most! . Tight lines Hacker Huggy and Rosie WOOF>...........

Henfold - Sun 30th September


No on site brecky to report unfortunately , a shame indeed since the new club complete with food and bar available, seem to cater for the passing / visiting trade , rather than the paying anglers. Even the on site food van remains closed until office hours ? ?, weird that they wont open an hour earlier to allow match anglers time to get set for the day?. So brecky at Mc D's and admin completed with one round of the Mitchell cup, between Nursey and Ben to see who goes into the final against Pecker. Only barest minimum space was provided for our match resulting in very cramped pegging and jockeying for areas to fish ensued. after outlining our meager boundaries the match got under way to a very slow start. Mainly due to the onset of early frosts and chilling down , having only very shallow water at this venue,plus no room to spread out the pegging , a quick change of plan was needed by all and lower target weights became apparent........!.... However there were odd larger fish available to the Method and carp tactics, where you had cover and so a few carp dominated proceedings, shame when you consider we use this venue for its large head of smaller fish, clearly early/late season are dodgy times to book this venue now, as it is increasingly silting up, shame. So what happened ? For those reading this aware of Banksy art work; Read on, cos in our midst we have our own Banksy in the form of a Niffsy, see photo attached. A framed copy of said print will be available to buy via the bar Henfold . Fully signed of course. Cheryl took Ben's pants down! Oh she also knocked him out of the cup, Cheryl,Cheryl,Cheryl.......................she said after the match :bring it on Pecker I'm ready for Ya !...................

Kezza broke his pole, Niff did a Banksy, Ben although soundly beaten ! Helped Cheryl throughout, nice one son......Kipper didn't book in or fish, Son of Don Won the Match topped the points on the day with a fine ten points!.. I got battered either side in my section,BOO...

Colin and Deb fresh back from there travel's from New Zealand , fished through there jet lag, Colin only slept for half the match, and Mojo man crept even closer to taking top spot in the league !! very close now. Will we be back there next year? not sure. Did we have a good day? Yes. Goes to prove ; As a fishing group its not just the fishing quality required to enjoy the day but the Banter is just as important. Full results on site, Looking forward to the next match , our most consistent venue at the moment Denne farm. Tight lines Hacker Huggy and Rosie, wwwwwwwwwwooof................


Forest Springs - Sun 9th September


A change of venue for this match, from passies, which is suffering low levels and weed problems after a hot dry summer, and a first time visit to this private lake in hart field. A series of five or so lakes originally a fish farm, we were fishing on the two largest lakes, and so we split the thirteen fishing into 7 anglers on the big lake and 6 on the smaller lake. Although these lakes too, were suffering low levels which made some of the pegs quite high off the water but no weed. The owners made us very welcome , in fact we held the draw on there patio complete with cups of tea / coffee, very civilized, and most appreciated by all. So each lake would be treated separately for the purpose of section points, with the target species manly carp with also roach, perch, gudgeon, chub and cruicians to go at. So how did it all go? well the top score on the day went to Clive who scored 9 points with several carp on the feeder and a total of four species points and section win. that was on the small lake, the top weights came from the big lake with Paul leading the way with a mainly carp pole caught 20+ lbs.also pecker close behind, knocking Mr Mojo man out of the Mitchell cup in the bargain. Full weights on this site. So points of interest on the match;.... Pole-cracker Graham, has some sections of carbon for sale ,may be used for drinking straws etc, can be contacted on Grahamsnapcracklepop.com. At least he stayed the course this time out and was around for the weigh in. Kipper i dont book in just show up, also finally came in useful, with some tasty bites at the weigh in everyone seemed starving after only Mc D fair in the morning. So back to the pub for excuses and breakdown , and it seems most are keen to give the fishery another go although it just switched off completely after the mid way point? ? . weird that was, from lots of bites ,to hardly a sign. for everyone it seemed....like we had caught all the feeding fish and were left with cruisers on the big lake , and no signs at all on the small, of course that would not have been the case but it was as though a switch had been clicked closing up shop ! ! . answers on a postcard........

Woodpeckers - Sun 19th August


15 out for this one , some away on holidays etc , but not a problem as 15 just about fit in leaving some nice gaps. brecky at the newly refurbed Mc Ds West Green, and onto the long trek down to the lakes! not so bad going downhill its coming back that gets you puffing a bit, The water levels were down after the resent drought conditions , leaving it easy to plumb up! having about foot of water in most pegs. on all lines, plenty of skimmers to go at here, and thats how it started until Cheryl hooked an alien invader AKA Crayfish! ! Scream i thought she had been at Clive's Viagra again !. Clive came to the rescue and promptly dispatched the little critter to alien heaven , with his size ten. After all this excitement we carried on with what was a quite orderly silvers race until carp 'O Clock turned up and upped the anti all over the complex! ! and with the fish having very little water over there heads they were very powerful indeed screaming off everywhere at high knots...........Leading this mayhem was Mr MOJO Man our glorious leader Gaz, Who eventually took aver-all Honors in both top weight and top points with a creditable 80lb of carp + 5 species points, and section win, to take the day with ten points. three followed all on nine points but much more meager in the weight department. But many lost to snags , and plenty of trashed rigs to prove the point ! !...................A few scalps were also accounted for in the knock out cups, and so the draw for the final four in each cup was undertaken at the pub after, all the details /results on the relevant page of the site. Have a look to see who you have drawn unless like me you bin knocked out..........................BOO...................... So what points of interest on the day... Our Niff won his section, Kipper didn't ! ..Gary has drawn another point closer to the top of the leader board . Debbie beat Colin as usual and so Colin had to cook dinner, apparently it was to be Crayfish and chips,mmmmm nice. The weigh in was a bit of a match of the day, as several times fish tried there escape back to the watery edge, only to see son of don( Gaz 2) dive in true shilton style to rescue the escapees ! !a sight to behold indeed, reminded me of the old weetabix advert. (if anyone old enough to remember) . if you cant just imagine the flying Shilton.....Thats all for now folks see you at Passies for the next round, hope we get some rain before that one. tight lines Hacker and Rose WOOF ...........................

Denne Farm - Sun 29th July


After a bit of jiggling round Gary finally had the numbers right for this popular match, because it’s now a popular venue for us, everyone wants to fish this one, and if you read the weights on the relevant page of this site, you will see why. So meet at the pineapple and on to the lake, with a forecast of heavy rain in prospect after several weeks of hot humid weather. Welcome rain indeed as the low levels everywhere are testament, also the fresh water/wind on the venue bound to create feeding fish. That said the rain/wind never ceased all match, and for some with the wind on their back it was fine for others it was new brolly time!!...............However the total weight of the 14 competitors was in excess of 1,000 lbs!! ..and the average carp there are now getting big, the resident sturgeon only count as 5 lb and returned, many are a lot bigger, but have a token weight count as they are not to be retained and after witnessing by a neighbour returned, The venue also holds many species , and suits our points /league system very well. Because you can be out of the weight position but still compete from anywhere. Having said all that, several in attendance reckon the big weights could be possible from almost any peg, if you get the tactics/feeding right, and I tend to agree with them. You still need to get your balance of species/weight in order to fully compete for league points however, and a fine balance it is indeed. Darky proved this point adequately with a double ton weight breaking the club record en route. and returned highest weight of the day followed by kessa also breaking the old club record with another net-busting 160+!, after these two, the weights got more in line with normality and produced a very close set of section points indeed. So the darky car went home with all the spoils of war, but the medals were shared out between the remaining mere mortals. Not many matches where for example; Don recorded 70 pounds and was fourth in section of five!! ....... okay it was a bit of bad luck the way his section went into the spit section , but never the less ; impressive angling all round. Our niff suffered at the hands of the weather , and after being seen off by a large carp retired for an early shower , of the warm kind, after being soaked to the skin in the teeth of the wind,(softy southerners using brollies)! ! Think like him we will be looking to invest in real waterproofs.............................. especially as the brolly casualties seem to be on the rise. All change again in store by the look of the weather forecast, by the next match it would seem the hot 30 degree summer is back on the card for Woodpecker Lake. So no Mitchell cup action on the day to report , but the league leaders after calculating removal of lowest two matches, are so close to call this season, still all in the pot.................Full weights on the results page, make for interesting perusal............tight lines Hacker Huggy and Rosie WOOF>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Silver Lake, Gabriels Fishery - Sun 8th July


Sunday the 8th of July saw 11 of us off once again, this time to Edenbridges Gabriels Fishery. We were to do battle on their Silver Lake which is a strange name considering it holds a lot of Carp. This was the first time we had fished this venue so nobody knew what to expect. On arrival the first thing that became obvious was that there were a lots of seeds covering the surface which if you were unlucky enough to have them in your peg(they moved with the wind)would make things frustrating and difficult. We had had hot weather leading up to this match and the water levels were down. It was very hot on the day too and most saw the fishing drop off towards the end of the match once the temperature climbed. In the early stages it fished quite well though. Keith and Gary had decided to fish their round of the Mitchell Cup.A wise move on Gary’s part as by mid match the moaning began. A sure sign that things aren’t going Keith’s way. As it turned out the dreaded flotsum had turned up in his peg. That combined with the sweltering heat made him decide to take an early bath and promptly packed up. Gary did a lap of honour to celebrate, evicting a pleasure angler en route. To Keith’s due though he didn’t go straight home. He walked around the lake offering advice to those that wanted it so full credit. In the meantime Darkie, on the next peg to Keith was suffering the same fate. He decided he was missing Sue so much that he decided to pack up too. At this point we must mention Kezza who being pegged next to Keith and Darkie and suffering flotsum problems too decided to persevere and went on to win the match with 17lb-15 oz. It was a tough day for all, temperatures were high, conditions poor but well done to everyone that took part. I hope we can all see through this day and revisit the fishery sometime when it’s cooler and without the floating menace. I think the fishery has potential. It has lots of species which suits our league system and I think we should give it the benefit of the doubt and try it once more. We stopped for the customary well earned drink in the Prince Albert, Copthorne on the way back. Match report by Mojo man as Keith missed half of it. Tightlines everyone.

Pamelas Lake, Passies - Sun 1st July


The first day of July saw my Dad, Mum and spare Mum join lots of boys and girls, at a van at Broadbridge Heath with a big pineapple where they give you food. Everybody talked and made a fuss of me and some even gave me some food which was lovely. So much nicer than Winalot but Daddy said I couldn’t have too much as it makes my poo runny. Once everyone had eaten we all got into the cars and drove to a bloody great puddle and everybody emptied their cars and picked numbers.Dad wasn’t very happy with his number but then he never is. He He. Daddy told me that this was the Mr and Mrs Match. Strange I thought as in each team there is a Mr and a Mrs But Daddy had two of the latter but once the man that blows the whistle blew his whistle it all became clear. Mummy wasn’t fishing but spare Mummy washer name is Caz you know. When the whistle blew Daddy was in a foul mood because whilst setting up the big sticks he got a piece of his little stick stuck inside his other little stick. He’s not good with sticks. Good job he’s not a doggy. Daddy swore muchly. It was a very hot day so we all had to drink lots and because the fish were thirsty we didn’t catch as many fishes as usual. Hats what Daddy said anyway. Strange I thought because spare Mum, the whistling man and his Mum were all catching fishes. Doggies don’t say b******s but if we did now would have been a good time. In total there were seven sets of Mums and Dads all spread around the puddle and all were catching something which was nice and everybody seemed to be enjoying themselves. Even Daddy had stopped swearing by now. At the end of the six hours of stick holding whistling man whistled and everybody put their sticks away. They then walked round the puddle so I could eat all the luncheon meat that the Mums and Dads had dropped and on the way they put all the fishes in a net and put them on a clock to see how much they weighed. At the end it was decided that the whistler and his Mum had won because they had 100lb –8 ozs of fishes, Dad said “BLOODY MITCHELLS”, 2nd was Mummy and Daddy Temple with 85lb-3oz, 3rd was Daddy and spare Mum with 67lb-3oz.Mummy and Daddy Ingram-Campbell, Mummy and Daddy Fielding, Mummy and Daddy Fairbrother-Jarrett and Mummy and Daddy Bolter- Van-Staten all caught lots too. We all went to the pub then and everybody drank cold drinkies. Even me. We were joined by Mummy and Daddy and a little lady that Daddy called Mockridges.Daddy said they didn’t come to the puddle because they were drunk the night before. Everybody made lots of excuses for not catching more fish, especially Dad but he always does that. I didn’t care because he had a lovely day with lots of nice people and ate meat. I hope everybody else enjoyed it as much as I did. Match report by Rosie(The Dog) Huggins. Woof Woof.

Warwick Wold - Sun 17th June


Only eight anglers out for this round, summer holidays etc made for a low turnout. So with our leader away and also current leader of the league made it all to play for. brecky at the fishery always good here, as is the general running of the fishery, However it is sited on the edge of the M25 and consequently has a constant drone from the passing traffic. Not your peaceful bird song or country tranquillity, to help you through, Earplugs a must here, talking to your neighbour for the day also very difficult. So very difficult to maintain any idea of the state of play until the very end. Carp are the main stay here and plenty of small samples to be had, difficult fishing however, and many regulations in place to adhere to. Slapping/tapping is banned and we had to be vigilant not to upset our host for the day as he runs a very tight ship. All passed without hitch however and after a very close weighing in with up to five species being recorded, we retired to the relative quiet of the car for the return home. No pub visit on this occasion as we were left with hardly any choices on the M25, so not a great gathering of facts from the match. All the relevant details on the site here however and one scalp in the Mitchell cup in the form of big John who went down to Pecker. Ears buzzing yours Hacker Huggy..........................

Denne Farm - Pro-Am - Sun 27th May


11 pairs out for this one and a lovely day for it too, sunshine all day long with a slight breeze in parts of the lake , meant Rosie cheeks for many in the pub at Warnham for after match discussion and excuses!. As usual for these partner matches, they are very low key affairs, with the emphasis on fun days rather than winning at all cost. having said all that it was a very close finish indeed, and some fraught anxiety on some faces were evident right to the final pair to weigh in, with Dave and Phillipa leading the way right around the lake by a very small margin, until the final pairing of Kezza and young Amber tipping 69lb odd onto the scales winning by a mere 4 ounces!! !. After these two pairs just a couple of lbs separating the next few runners! So close. no Chumps in this comp, as all were really up for the fun day , however a special mention to young Amber , who with her dad in support, showed great promise for the future. Quite a stunning fishery Quiet, pretty, and full of fish, including some exotic species that were weighed in were catfish, sturgeon, and some lovely specimen sized carp. We will definitely be going back there again, for league and fun matches. I noticed in its early stages a new lake being built behind the existing, and talking to the bailiff after the match. He tells me it’s going to be a silver fish lake! So we will be very interested in getting on there for a go, when it’s completed. Rose enjoyed meeting everyone especially those with tit-bits of luncheon meat on hand! naughty dog, but she certainly crashed out when we got home. So looking forward to our next outing at Warwick wold for our next league fixture....................Tight lines see you all there.................................

Maffam Pond (Wisborough Green) Sun 20th May


First time out for this venue, nothing to gauge against past records or weights so unknown territory! But a dry day in prospect and 17 anglers all ready to give it a go, so far so good. brecky at tiffanies, followed also by the draw then onto the venue to do battle. The convoy trip to the fishery went almost quite smooth! apart from one bonehead who will, for this piece be anonymous, and he neither went to the designated meet area or the fishery, instead was en route for pet worth before turning back and stumbled into other members and finally arrived ( oh! bye the way that was kipper), AKA one gudgeon man. More of that later. So draw done and settled for the start which caught a few off guard being slightly earlier than planned due to us being allowed in a bit earlier than arranged!... Anyhoo start we did and after a cautious first hour elastics were starting to get stretched, not everywhere but odd bites were developing around the lake, Mojoman was out an early leader on the Stag peg, so named by the statue sited there, Ben also was showing with a few munters in the sack caught on paste/meat steadily through the match, other than that it was until the final weigh to see who was in the running. Scalps were taken in the Mitchell cup too, falling by the wayside but then going into the loser’s cup, as first round scalps do, so all is not lost for them. Full results as usual on site here, but on to matters of interest; Ben emerged triumphant on the day with 60 odd pounds of mainly carp topped by a beast of 19lb odd, his recent training/practice obviously serving him well. Closely running up was Mojoman who truly has regained part of his form and is currently leading the league to date? Who will catch him? not kipper for some time, yet troubling the scales-man with one gudgeon, leaving him as Chump for this week, well done kipper!............Many koi carp were caught and weighed on this venue ! Very pretty fish indeed, many were also lost but all in all a mixed fortune day for many but I think we will try and return to give it another go some day. That all for now folks next match (pro-am) Dennes Farm or next league match Warwick Wold in June, see you there tight lines Hacker and rose wooooof...................................

Brookhouse Lake-Framfield Sun 29th April


Well after a false start to spring, it was back to chilly cold rain cooling down water where the fish had already started to think about spawning, also putting a clear green tinge to the clarity of the water! Not a good sign! And a hard match in prospect. So it was born out and very low weights were returned for this normally prolific water. However when the tough get going they ignore the negative and concentrate on the positive; and the temple team did exactly that with one returning top weight, whilst the male version returned top points on the day scoring a winning 9 points, by virtue of four species points and 5 section winning points, thanks to a huge eel making an extra valuable species and boosting his weight, whilst at the opposite end of the venue, top weight of 29lb odd for his better half, putting air between the trailing field .Giving Deb another trophy to clean (Jeff Lincoln trophy).Also a few scalps were taken in the Mitchell cup and through to the next round through very close shave encounters went others . Details for those results to follow. However full weights results on the relevant page on this site. Points of interest for the day; Well at least the rain held off, which made a pleasant relief, and we made it to the pub in framfield dry but cold. Many spent the last few hours of the match shivering! Caught out by the quirky weather, it looks like a change is afoot though by the next match, maybe tee shirts for that......which incidentally is a first for us never having fished Maffam ponds before. Someone during the match had fed floating pellets, and they were being blown all around the lake with mouthing carp following them about, as floating baits and surface bread fishing is banned on the venue, it makes you wonder if/who put them in is fully sane! !. Or did they just buy cheap pet shop bait that just floats? nobody was owning up to it.........18 anglers were out on the day ,quite a good turnout for such a dreary day, which spreads the points around , and a change to the league leaders gives Mojo Man a slight lead at the top, with a two point margin followed by many snapping at his heels. Nobody fell in, so no real disasters to report, apart from niff sat on and broke his chair! but as he went through to the next round of the Mitchell cup by beating Balky, he is looking to go all the way to the final for the second year running.... in a new chair........... Good luck at the next match and apparently we have to be a bit thoughtful for the owners and not wake there Sunday lay in, so shhhhhhhhh..........tiptoes and whispering............... Tight lines Hacker? And Rose............

Stanbridge View Sun 15th April


16 anglers out for this round, slightly warmer conditions with a mainly dry forecast! However rain arrived right at the end of the match in time to pack up and weigh in! Never a good situation packing the car with soaking wet gear, after what was a totally dry match? Hey ho! Dry it was in the pub after the match. Where the main bone of contention on this venue, for those in the unfortunate swims were affected by underwater snags!! , in the form of old remnant tree stumps left during construction! A right pain in the proverbial to lose fish to unseen snags, and some unaffected in clear areas. However it contains a mix of species , and so lends itself well to our points system in the league; Hence outright winner on the day was Big Mac scoring an impressive 10 points followed by three anglers on 9 . This is now starting to create a slight lead at the top. best weight on the day with a mainly Bream weight of 44lb went to Darky, and followed in runner spot up by our glorious leader (mojo man) with a mixed bag for close to 40lb. Full weights/points on this site. So points of interest on the day; After brecky at Mc D,s and the draw was carried out for the Mitchell cup, some of which were competed at this match, others still have time to complete this round so watch this space for reports as that pans out, The unbiased draw system was undertaken at the venue, and we had an hour to prepare, all that time is needed on a venue such as this, with varying depths and feature's. Some caught very important individual species; gudgeon/barbel/tench, boosting themselves in the points, others weighed some large carp one of 15lb one just short of 10lb, also boosting there cause. No real disasters to report so all is set to be a very tightly contested league in these early stages. Looking forward to the next outing at the prolific framfield lake (Brook-house Lake). Not the highest weight venue but very pretty and potential to throw up many species. Good luck to all! Tight lines Hacker Huggy, AKA Ned Flanders..........................P>S this current trend to use shiny new White seat boxes is fiddly diddly, are people biased against mine cos it is black? Answers on a postcard to Kipper the waggler Queen.............................

Henfold Lake Sun 25th March


19 out for this first round proper for this season, as the first round was cancelled due to bad weather. Brecky at the snack van at Henfold (clubhouse refurbishment still ongoing).and very nice baguettes they were too. Half mine ended up on the floor cos it wouldn't fit in my gob, but half was enough. We had a few new members out for this match , and a very patchy affair it turned out to be, as you would expect for the time of year, all in all it fished well but a Carp came in very helpful on the day if you managed to snare one!. Young Ben managed to snare four, and take individual weight honours, but top points on the day went to young (son of don) Gazza a carp and bits for 15lb odd, plus a total of five species puts him at the top of the league after one round on 9 points, well done to that man!. Several close on his heels one point adrift made for a very close affair. Mr Balky was up to his old tricks, casting to an island and landing in the tree! They reckon the island moved a little closer as he tried pulling for a break!A real up and down with the weights , but the reliable points/species system held up to reveal cream always rises to the top, and portray a nice close finish. The Mitchell cup will have to be doctored along slightly as we missed the first round match, but Mr MOJO man has it all in hand, just watch this space for updates in the forthcoming rounds. Not many points of interest to report for this match other than the weatherman didn't quite get it right, whilst some had the chilling breeze off their shoulder , others were left shivering with it into their faces, roll on spring proper! ! .Looking forward to the next round at Stan bridge view lakes A23, Hand Cross hill.

Sumners Match Lake Sun 25th February


This was a first for the club, both for being a pre-season match, (still winter really), and then to make it a doubles, and furthermore a silvers only match, So brecky at Tiffany's , and doubt was the talking point regarding would we need to break the ice before fishing today? well as it turned out the freezing cold easterly hitting the match pond at Sumner's fishery Barns Green, kept the lake ice free but well chilled down. twelve anglers competing, so six teams of two set out in an attempt to not catch carp!. Most achieved this goal apart from one individual who snared a 15lb beast . said angler also turned up late making a quick shuffle around necessary, however Gaz only spectating on the day , while recovering from his recent hernia op, sorted the latecomer and slotted him in. for this piece he will be known as the pest! although his real name is kipper!...... So what of the match; well everyone caught except for one unlucky chap who failed to trouble the scales-man; for this piece he will be known as the blanker, or affectionately to his friends Don (gran dad Don) . by the way congratulations to young Gary (son of Don) on the arrival of there son, completing there family group i.e one of each! so now stop it and get fishing. Well done mate. The format for today was to allocate points to each angler according to there weight, then add the joint points for each pair together; combined total gained bragging rights and a tight finish indeed, in fact two pairs tied on 16 points and a weight count back gave the doubles glory to young Ben and young Clive, well done you two. My partner for the day also recovering from an earlier problem,still not able to hold his pole just yet,soldiered on to fish a waggler, well done Balky , hope to see you fit for the coming season proper. So a success i think , whilst warming up in the pub after the match, it seems all competing although chilled to the bone ,but all adequately clothed/shod for the conditions, enjoyed the day and the format may well feature in forthcoming events, as it seems very fair and serves to make the top team rise to the top on the day. all the relevant weights on the results page of this site as usual. Well done to all. The first round proper follows next Sunday ,However the weather is looking very unsettled in the coming week, snow and arctic conditions are forecast! so lets hope the match goes ahead as scheduled on woodpeckers lake. see you there and tight lines! Hacker Huggy and Hacker the dog( Rosie) WOOF.



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