Exclusive feeder champs reports from Match Fishing's on-the-bank correspondents.
Action turns up a notch as the fish start coming during the event's second day.
The action on the second day of the World Feeder Champs has just picked up.
E section has switched on, much in the same way as it did yesterday. England’s Dean Barlow who today replaced Micky Vials is starting to put a few bigger fish together in the section, while Patrick Pubilier of France has just netted a carp of around 2kg. However, yesterday’s top individual performer, Teho Leijrik of the Netherlands is having a tough time in the peg next to the Frenchman.
Overall for the England team there are mixed results.
Steve Ringer in A section will currently be either first or section in section. Tommy Pickering in B section has netted six fish but appears to be at the wrong end of the action, with a German competitor on peg 12 having already taken nine bigger carassio and looks to at the top of B section.
Steve Hemingray in C section is currently lying in fifth spot, the same as Darren Cox in D section.
Hot individual favorite Oleskii Strashnyi has caught another carp of around 2kg on top of the earlier 4kg fish which should give him a win in C section.