The Next BWAC
Club match will be The Dissington Trophy fished on Sunday.
To deliver this, some of the key updates which are now available through BWAC
For our purposes, the most salient changes to the BWAC
draft made by the Massachusetts Senate were the venue and jurisdiction provisions, which constituted a major deviation from then standard venue and jurisdictional concepts.
Recently the second match of the BWAC
Senior Citizens and Disabled series at Dissington was won by veteran venue specialist Paul Armstrong with 3 lb 15 oz of roach and ide.
Four in One's relationship with BWAC
has been, and will continue to be, very amiable and the decision has been made purely to reduce the chances of stressing the fish stocks, as they are concerned as to the possible continual presence of KHV.
WEDNESDAY: There are midweek Opens on both Woodlands and The Angel, BWAC
hold a monthly meeting in The Empire Club, Salters Road off Gosforth High Street and Ferryhill and District AC hold a club match on Shafto's.
Dissington Pond is in fine form at present, as was proved during the latest three-hour BWAC
OAP/Disabled series continued on Tuesday at Dissington Pond but fish were hard to find and Tony Glennie won with 3lb ide, beating Les Goreham into second place.
Wednesday: Midweek Opens on both Woodlands and The Angel go ahead, while BWAC
hold a monthly meeting in The Empire Club, Salters Road off Gosforth High Street.
hold a monthly meeting in The Empire Club, Salters Road, Gosforth, Newcastle, with midweek Opens on both Woodlands and The Angel.
hold a monthly meeting in The Empire Club, Gosforth, and a midweek open takes place at Woodlands.
WEDNESDAY: A midweek Open takes place on both Woodlands and The Angel, while BWAC
hold a monthly meeting in The Empire Club, Salters Road, off Gosforth High Street, Newcastle.