Monday, 14 July 2014

Fish O Mania 2014

Colmic rods.

New Colmic seat boxes are incredible value





Des and Will won the Internationl Event on Sunday.


I watched Will Raision, and he was amazing.









Sunday

Sunday was much quieter than Saturday as the Colmic stand had a lot people looking at our products thoughout the day, so we were kept on our toes.   Whereas today was a lot less, so me and Mark got some Colmic poles out and let people have a go, which was nice as we caught a few small carp.

Francesco, our boss, allowed us to go and watch the international match, so it was a good acuse to camera out to get a few cheeky photos.  The lake was fishing hard again, but Will Raison was catching roach and odd skimmer bream frequatly and Des was doing the same, but for Des it was more difficult in flat water to start off with. But fair play they both had 20kg plus each.   Our Jamie Masson was 4th individual with 15kg 680grams.




Full Result 1st Drennan Team England – 42.77kg 2nd Holland – 27.90kg 3rd Poland – 26.19kg 4th Tubertini Ireland – 25.25kg 5th Scotland – 23.80kg 6th Tri-Cast Weston Pools Wales – 21.82kg 7th Hungary – 12.46kg 8th France – 10.42kg 

Biggest Fish — Will Raison 4.2kg 

Individual Weights Will Raison (ENG) – 22.75kg Des Shipp (ENG) – 20.02kg Jurgen Spierings (HOL) – 17.00kg Jamie Masson (SCO) – 15.68kg Adam Niemiec (POL) – 14.98kg Nick Howell (IRE) – 13.89kg Lee Edwards (WAL) – 11.76kg Vincent Walsh (IRE) – 11.36kg Wojciech Kaminski (POL) – 11.21kg Dieter Friederichs (HOL) – 10.90kg Darren Frost (WAL) – 10.06kg Robert Erdelyi (HUN) – 9.96kg David Corcoran (SCO) – 8.12kg Jean Desque (FRA) – 7.11kg Gilles Caudin (FRA) – 3.31kg Zsolt Brichter (HUN) – 2.50kg Other 

Saturday

Fish ‘O’ Mania Main Event: Andy Geldart – 19.57kg Fish ‘O’ Mania 

International: Drennan Team England – 42.77kg 
Juniors: Cameron Cross – 6.39kg 
Ladies Event: Emma Pickering – 7.05kg



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