ANGLING: JAMES Fellows was top rod as Castrol SAS members fished out of Aberdovey under the stewardship of skipper Charlie Bartlett, writes BRIAN ROBERTS.
A mackerel and squid cocktail bait enabled James to take a 45-0-0 tope while Gary Williams had 44-0-0.
On Sunday, the club dropped anchor on the Hoyle bank in the River Mersey estuary, with Glyn Fellows taking a 6-0-0 bullhuss to a mackerel strip.
Neston's Geoff Wynne enjoyed his trip to the Lake Hill Fishery on the Llandegla Moors as he took 5-12-0 rainbow to a Mepps Spinner.
Dave Roberts of Ellesmere Port landed first place in last week's match on the Tarvin Sands Fishery as he put carp, bream and roach on to the scales for 26-10-0.
Geoff Selby was the winner in last Wednesday evening's Lobol AC match on their Priory pool as a bream-based 12-4-0 gave him the edge over Steven Dean with a mixed 8-11-0 and Linda Cooke's 7-4-0.
Ellesmere Port entrants led in open matches on the Lingmere Fishery with Lee Saville topping their Thursday match with a mixed 128-13-0, beating Paul Dennett with 52-14-0 and Phil Ashdown on 49-0-0.
Geoff Grantham was leader in their Saturday match with a carp-based 58-8-0, clear of Mike Flanaghan with 43-6-0 and Dave Randles jnr on 31-8-0.
Phil Cross came out on top in Sunday's Willaston AC match on the Shropshire Union canal at Tatten-hall, with roach and gudgeon to pinkie for 3-14-4.
Peter Nelson had roach to hemp for 3-11-8 while Tony Tait took bits for 3-1-0.
Matchmen from the area made in the grade in Sunday's Manley AC match on Mouldsworth Lake.
John Bristow led with silver fish to 11-12-0 while Dave Nevit had 4-8-0 and Brian Saunders took 4-4-0.