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Swirling winds fail to blow Baggers off course


The VDE Baggers held another match on Creeve Lough at the weekend, and they had to work hard to fill their bags. Bites were a bit streaky, with some long periods where no bites at all materialised, possibly due to a swirling wind that constantly changed direction.

So it was a day when every fish was hard-earned, and in the end, it was a close-run thing. Aaron Nabc Hutchmann continued his good run of form to bag the top prize with 101 roach for 2.9kg. Close behind was David Herron with 2.8 kg, with Dominkyas Kuklys coming third with 2.3kg. A special mention goes out to new junior member Oliver Neill, who placed 4th in his first-ever match. 👏

Aaron with his 101 roach

The Baggers will be out in force for their next match on 14th April, which will be in memory of their recently passed member Slawek Siembida. With 65 anglers already booked in, it promises to be a fantastic event, and if you want to take part, then drop the Baggers a message via their Facebook page.

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