Exclusive feeder champs reports from Match Fishing's on-the-bank correspondents.
As day one of the World Feeder Champs approaches a climax it's anyone's to win.
The fourth and final hour of the World Feeder Champs is underway, and with the fishing being much harder than expected it's tough to know which team is nosing in front. There's certainly no one team running away with it.
England's bank runner Dean Barlow (pictured) commented: "The carassio seem to be 'balled up' in typical F1 fashion and already we've had to change team tactics to cater for the mood of the venue."
With the fishing being tough it's anyone's game with some teams relying on a late show from the river's larger carp stocks. Steve Ringer's scoreboard says it all with just two or three fish coming each hour for most of the competitors. Theo Leijrik, from the Netherlands, on the next peg looks good for the day's top individual, however, with 13 fish after three hours. Big fish are definitely going to make a big difference to the final scores on this tricky river.
Last modified on Thursday, 01 September 2011 11:55