in the centre, Des Shipp and Lee Edwards battle it out.
With £25k at stake the action is frantic down in Cornwall as the best of the best battle it out.
It’s the final of the Park Dean Master at Whiteacres, Cornwall today with a £25k prize pot up for grabs.
The pegging for this year’s finale sees 24 pegs, zero to 23, along the one bank with the fancied swims being those in the higher numbers. However, so far competitors on these pegs are struggling – including the winners of this week’s Preston Innovations Festival Andy Geldart.
All the action is coming from pegs for to nine, with Lee Edwards and Des Shipp looking like one of the likely candidates for the win as they battle it out on pegs four and five.
Both have caught a few F1s on the method, but after a switch to the long pole both are now catching quality carp fishing worm shallow.
Lee Edwards will desperately want to be the victor this year after narrowly missing out on the £25k cheque last year.
TOMMY HILLER 0 NATHAN WATSON 1 DARREN COX 2 JAMES HOWARTH 3 LEE EDWARDS 4 DES SHIPP 5 JAMES HAWKINS 6 MARTYN HOWARD 7 PAUL YATES 8 PAUL HOLLAND 9 TOM WALLIS 10 JAMIE PARKHOUSE 11 HARRY BILLING 12 CALLUM DICKS 13 RICHIE HULL 14 ANDY GELDART 15 RICHARD BACON 16 MARK BRENNAN 17 JASON LE BOSQUET 18 STEVE RINGER 19 DEREK WILLAN 20 ANDY LEATHERS 21 NEIL MACHIN 22 SIMON FRY 23