2018 stafford moor seedings

Discussion in 'Matchfishing Chat (The Nuts)' started by herbie, Dec 3, 2017.

  1. carpy marty

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    Some good pairings there Herbie, like they way you think,
    Andy G + Kenfish could be a good each way bet , all so Wayne K + Toplights.
    But it will all depend on the drawbag.
     
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  2. Hathers

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    you owe Lewy and I more than one beer, 3 weeks of coaching gone to waste and I learnt sooooo much off Lewy
     
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  3. herbie

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    Lol dave your not as bad as lewy makes out especially since bnf is not fishing
     
  4. herbie

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    You will be miserable all week still time to jump in lol
     
  5. Ben Field

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    :D Deal. I’m sure I’ll be able to provide you with an extra point each day if we’re drawn together too!!
     
  6. shedders

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    :DI thought you and Hainsey were mates Herbie:D
     
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    Spiiiiiiinnnnnnddddllleee :):(:mad::confused:
     
  8. herbie

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    did it for the lads benefit dave . he might learn something , and after watching im for 5 hours at summers, its not a moment too soon .
     
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  9. kenfish

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    Favourites for me are silvers & big ben
     
  10. carpy marty

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    Wish I could mate, tight lines, and may you kick some arse
     
  11. alanmac

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    Got a good feeling about Hainsey and Lewy, as Lewy has no distractions this year with the obvious missing candidates from the lodge of plenty.

    I Expect a good performance otherwise I won’t be your interpreter anymore. ,:D
     
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  12. herbie

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    Lol alan you seen him fish lately. My gran looked better
     
  13. lewy

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    Harsh boys... Hainsey, I will try my best

    Lewy


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  14. 76 trombones

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    It deserves to be published 2008 SM SILVERS FESTIVAL
    Day one

    Tanners

    Section One
    Jim Kirwin, 24-14-0
    Andy Jameson, 24-10-0
    Martin Dwain, 46-09-0
    Ken Rayner, 43-0-9
    Skip McCabe, 53-5-0

    Section Two
    Anthony Sparrow, 33-0-0
    Ricky Baxter, 38-10-0
    Colin Mercer, 23-4-0
    Gary Haisman, 37-11-0
    Keith Taylor, DNW (bad back!)

    Pines

    Section One
    Herbie, 7-10-0
    Matt Nutt, 20-10-0
    Russ Evans, 18-12-0
    Pete Palmer, 6-5-0
    John Millington, 6-15-0

    Section Two
    Mick Wilkinson, 21-5-0
    Hillbilly, 22-0-0
    Jim McDowell, 14-2-0
    Rob Ankers, 11-8-0
    Paul Defusto, 11-0-0

    Woodpeckers

    Section One
    Geepster, 29-9-0
    Dave Pritchard, 21-5-0
    Mike Jameson, 23-12-0
    Brian Stein, 18-9-0
    John ODriscoll, 30-0-0

    Section Two
    Steve May, 50-0-0
    Chris Martin, 37-0-0
    Colin Ormston, 15-4-0 (hung over!)
    Lee Taylor, 38-8-0
    Matt Clamp, 16-2-0



    Day Two

    Tanners

    Section One
    Steve May, 31-12-0
    Mike Jameson, 23-12-0
    Colin Ormston, 33-0-0
    Brian Stein, 22-10-0
    Matt Clamp, 24-8-0

    Section Two
    Gareth Purnell, 56-3-0
    Chris Martin, 76-5-0
    Dave Pritchard, 15-5-0
    John ODriscoll, 43-0-0
    Lee Taylor, 36-2-0

    Pines

    Section One
    Skip McCabe, 17-11-0
    Gary Haisman, 9-1-0
    Colin Mercer, 22-12-0
    Martin Dwain, 17-2-0
    Rick Baxter, 23-1-0

    Section Two
    Ken Rayner, 19-13-0
    Peg not fished
    Jim Kerwin, 7-0-0
    Anthony Sparrow, 16-2-0
    Andy Jameson, 18-0-0

    Woodpecker

    Section One
    Russ Evans, 34-2-0
    Pete Palmer, 10-2-0
    Jim Mcdowell, 23-4-0
    John Millington, 24-0-0
    Paul Defusto, 14-9-0

    Section Two
    Hillbilly, 35-4-0
    Mick Wilkinson, 35-8-0
    Herbie, 10-12-0
    Rob Ankers, 37-2-0
    Matt Nutt, 38-5-0


    Day Three

    Tanners

    Section one
    Mick Wilkinson, 36-9-0
    Paul Defusto, 35-1-0
    Peg Not Fished
    Russ Evans, 31-0-0
    Pete Palmer, 34-15-0

    Section Two
    Hillbilly, 51-4-0
    Jim McDowell, 29-1-0
    John Millington, 16-9-0
    Matt Nutt, 20-2-0
    Rob Ankers, 17-5-0

    Pines

    Section One

    Steve May, 21-6-0
    Dave Pritchard, 21-0-0
    Gareth Purnell, 23-0-0
    Lee Taylor, 25-9-0
    Matt Clamp, 27-2-0

    Section Two
    John O Driscoll, 25-2-0
    Chris Martin, 19-12-0
    Mike Jameson, 7-4-0
    Brian Stein, 12-0-0
    Billy No Fish, 20-8-0


    Woodpeckers

    Section One
    Andy Jameson, 21-6-0
    Anthony Sparrow, 19-0-0
    Jim Kerwin, 9-10-0
    Ken Rayner, 21-9-0
    Keith Taylor, 14-11-0

    Sectin Two
    Skip McCabe, 11-0-0
    Colin Mercer, 37-7-0
    Ricky Baxter, 19-12-0
    Martin Dwain, 18-10-0
    Gary Haisman, 28-6-0

    Overall Top Ten

    1 John ODriscoll, 13pts, 98-2-0
    2 Ken Rayner, 13pts, 84-15-0
    3 Ricky Baxter, 13pts, 82-0-0
    4 Matt Nutt, 13ts, 79-1-0
    5 Neil Powell, 12pts, 108-8-0
    6 Mick Wilkinson, 12pts, 93-6-0
    7 Chris Martin, 11pts, 133-1-0
    8 Gareth Purnell, 11pts, 108-12-0
    9 Steve May, 11pts, 103-2-0
    10 Russ Evans, 11pts, 83-14-0



    To infinity.... and beyond!!!
     
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  15. Big Ben

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    Wow if only it was still like that
     
  16. 76 trombones

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    Yep,,,the 51ib skip had was caster shallow,,great big dog roach, most weights were skimmers around a pound,,over all lakes,,,and pines and Woodys was big dame Judy country
     
  17. Jaap Stam

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    those Lawn pegs on tanners were great, could even compete with the far bank.
     
  18. Rob a

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    Wow that takes me back! Doesn't seem a decade ago!
     
  19. Ben Field

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    Nuts really. Lots of names I recognise there from the good old days. And even this one in 2008 was a couple of years after I packed it in. Feels like yesterday.