More of the same will do nicely for Stanjay Tackle in HAJAC Winter League
Stan BingeThe Godmanchester based squad sealed top spo pandora t in the Angling Trust East Midlands Winter League last month, with a northern semi final now to look forward to.And the club will be out in full force when the four round HAJAC tournament starts at Factory Bank, Benwick and Raveley Drain at the weekend.The first choice Gold team contains captain Stan Binge, Bob Nudd, Mark Pollard, Richard Martin, Martin Caldecote and Anthony Watling, with Silver, Bronze and Posh sides also taking part.Last year, the second string Silver pipped their Gold club mates to top spot in the competition, with Graham Welton helping secure the triumph with a section win in the last round.looking to carry on from the Winter League, said Binge. going to be quite a good competition because there are about 12 teams in it.rain been a bad thing as the drains were full of fish, but it might not be bad if there not much more rain. The drains soon go back down because the system pumped. have also decided to head to Garbolino Lindholme L pandora akes for their Angling Trust Winter League, semi final.They were able to pick between two venues having won the East Midlands section, with the Stainforth Keadby Canal getting the thumbs down at a team vote.Richard Ayres sparkled when Fred Match Group paid their latest visit to Crystal Lakes.He compiled a bag weighing 30lb 4oz to take the honours at the Fenstanton complex, with Bob Wilson doing enough to see off Vic German and secure second pandora spot.Details 1 Richard Ayres 30lb 4oz, 2 Bob Wilson 24 10, 3 Vic German 23 14.Wayne Easey banked the golden peg kitty as he tasted success at Westside Farm.Fishing up against the island at 16 metres on Lake One, he used corn to good effect as he amassed 45lb 6oz at the Whittlesford venue.There was a tense battle for second place between Shaun Fulcher and Colin Edwards, with both men picking pandora bread as their preferred bait, and it was the former who edged it.