Match Results 2020: Round 8
Bank End, Doncaster. Lake: Match. Date:
18th June, 2020. 14 fished. Weather: 16c
and wet wet wet
We have pegs 10..25
(18 and 25 left out if possible)
At all times keep at least 2
metres (6 feet 6 inches) from anyone else and wear PPE (personal
Pay on in the fishery car park
after 8am, please bring exact money, put money in the bucket
Cost: £12 for anglers who have
paid for their pegs already and £20 for new members recently joined.
The shop will be open after 9am,
Pellets can be brought to your peg on request.
At approx 8:45 the draw will
commence in the car park at the side of the cafe.
Please stay in your cars and
drive to the entrance to the ponds, Glenn Archer and Keith Fryatt
will be waiting for you. Glenn will draw you a peg out and
Keith will write down your peg number against your name then proceed
to your peg.
For the safety of everyone,
please do not vacate your peg to wander around or visit another
angler before, during or after the match. Please remember this
fishery has a 50 lbs of fish in a single keepnet limit.
The club officials will weigh
you in. When the scales man arrives at your peg, the
requirements are that you take your net of fish out of the water and
place your fish in the weigh bag positioned in a cradle by the side of your
peg maintaining 2 metres distance away from anyone else.
Should you not be able to take the net out yourself a pre-designated
club member will assist you by taking your nets out for you,
remembering to maintain the social distance. The
scales man will lift your fish from the cradle and weigh them. The
weight will be recorded by the club official. The fish will be
returned to the water by the scales man. Repeat this procedure
for each net of fish.
At the end of the match please
wait at the fishing pond entrance (near where you got your peg) in your cars for the payout and
results announcement. You will not be required to get out of
your car, any winnings will be given to you in a sanitised envelope
through your car window by a club official wearing PPE.