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By Tackle Trader in General Articles, Sports & Recreation on 05th May 2015
5 May
May 5
05th May 2015

Newton Abbot Fishing Association's annual Tackle Trader 2 Day Open was fished on Rackerhayes last weekend.    With an easterly wind blowing on Saturday the weights were harder to achieve but, with the change to a  Westerly wind on Sunday, the weights certainly picked up.   Overall winner was CLIVE CARTER  with 32k 840g. Clive drew Peg 1 on Island Pond on Day 1 and blanked. Day 2 Clive drew peg 13 on Weedy Pond bagging 3 Carp, 4 Bream and 9 Tench to win the match. Second was RICHARD DENNIS with 24k 140g. Richard drew Weedy Pond on Day 1 with a total weight of 1kg 500g.  Fishing Day 2 on Peg 31, Island Pond saw an improved bag of 10 Bream & a Tench to gain a 2nd place result. Third was MAX PALMER with11k 400g. Max drew peg 8 on Island Pond on day 1 and bagged 2 Bream & 3 ...

By Tackle Trader in General Articles, Sports & Recreation on 27th Apr 2015
27 April
Apr 27
27th Apr 2015

Newton Abbot Fishing Association raised over £300 for ROWCROFT HOSPICE at the Annual Charity Match, fished on Island, Linhay and Weedy Ponds, at the weekend thanks to the 25 anglers who took part.  Match winner was Mark Cousins with 8 Tench for 10k 900g from peg 1 on Linhay, second Max Palmer with 7 Tench & a Pike for 10k 760 from peg 30 Island Pond, third was Shaun Steer with 5 Tench for 6k 300g from peg 4 on Weedy Pond and fourth Jamie Pearce with 3 Tench for 6k 200g from peg 9 on Linhay. With good weights coming out it's looking good for next weekends Tackle Trader 2 day Match which will be fished on First, Island, Weedy & Linhay Ponds over Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd May.  To book in for the match please contact us on 01626 331613 by 1pm on Friday 1st May. Elsewhere ...

By Tackle Trader in General Articles, Sports & Recreation on 02nd Apr 2015
2 April
Apr 2
02nd Apr 2015

Newton Abbot Fishing Association is getting involved in the Take a Friend Fishing week by offering Two Day Tickets for the price of One from the 3rd to 12th April - Members can purchase a day ticket for half price.  Tickets for this offer can only be purchased at Tackle Trader Shop in Newton Abbot. Normal Day Ticket £7 /Junior Day Ticket £2. A returnable deposit of £2 for a key to open the Complex gates may be required. Tickets not valid on Dores, Key or Bradley Ponds . Rules as per Rule Book/Website www.Newtonfishing.com ...

By Tackle Trader in General Articles, Sports & Recreation on 25th Mar 2015
25 March
Mar 25
25th Mar 2015

Newton Abbot fishing has continued to see improvement of late, as the latest match results suggest. Unfortunately, the last week has seen cold winds which is never a good sign in any type of fishing, although it has to be said that several anglers have defied the cold weather and have caught decent bags of fish. Island pond is continuing to progress, and no more than a couple of weeks ago Sam Powell sacked-up on silvers from peg 4. He caught around 9lbs of roach fishing the long pole at 11metres before adding three large bream up to around 6lbs to his bag, fishing the pole at 16m. Wheel pond has also shown steady progress, seeing Sam Palmer land 8 carp in a short afternoon session last Sunday. He caught fishing 14m on the long pole and saw a good stamp of fish in his swim - carp up to 7l...

By Tackle Trader in General Articles, Sports & Recreation on 02nd Mar 2015
2 March
Mar 2
02nd Mar 2015

After a tough start to 2015 on the Newton Abbot fishing front, things are slowly starting to pick up. Signs of progression are beginning to show as weather conditions improve, and there have been noticeably larger weights caught over the past couple of weeks, compared to the previous month or two as the warmer air begins to move in. In particular, Wheel and Island ponds have shown good signs of improvement. Half term saw several good bags of carp being caught on Wheel pond,  including Reg Wharton catching 9 carp on peg 17 on Tuesday, Jack Palmer catching 9 carp on peg 16 on Thursday up to 7lbs and Mike Lock bagging several carp up to 11lbs on the same peg the following day. Wednesday 26th Feb saw Max Palmer haul 9lbs of roach in three hours on peg 4 on Island pond fishing th...