Check out all the latest winners and runners up on our Match Results.
B Out 21
Paul Schoof was the clear winner in today's veterans match. Paul caught well on the pole despite the windy conditions using catmeat and pellets.
B Out 44
Franky Brighelli took second spot fishing a feeder with groundbait and corn to the island on Bridge.
Gerry Schoof follwed his brother by framing in today's match. Gerry caught carp from the middle of Croft on T-Bag with pellets.
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B Out 19
The final Tuesday afternoon match finished as dropping temperatures certainly affected the weights today. Barry Conry fished short pole with corn over pellets to win with just short of the ton-plus mark.
Dave Whiting switched to a feeder down the margins and picked up some big carp late on to take second spot.
Paul Elliott took third place fishing a bomb with banded pellet to the middle of Moat.
B Out 5
Dave Whiting concentrated on the margins today and caught mainly carp ranging from 1lbs to 12lbs + in his winning net.
Chuck Yves also caught well from his margins using banded pellets and corn to take second place.
B Out 12
Roger Holmes took third place fishing the pole at 11m with pellets to catch carp, bream and also a 4lb Tench.
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B Out 47
B Isl 19
Simon Drayton fished a great match to claim his first Sunday win at Hallcroft. Simon caught 25 carp plu skimmers at 6m using 6mm pellet.
M Isl 2
Paul Elliott continued his good form this season with second place fishing corn and pellets to his long margin peg.
B Isl 13
Daz Oldham fished pellet on short pole to catch a nice mixed ton-plus net of carp and bream for third place.
M Isl 46
M Isl 23
M Isl 52
Gordon Gibson fell just 1 fish short of the magic 2 ton plus mark, but still ended up the winner today. Gordon caught well on short pole with banded pellets and then added some bonus carp from the margins late on.
Pete Miles caught carp on both the feeder and pole using banded 8mm pellet to take second place today.
Andy Sellars edged the close third spot fishing a bomb and waggler to the middle of Moat.
Andy Whitehouse netted yet another 2 ton plus weight of carp to claim the win today. Andy caught shallow on long pole with pellets.
Lee Hewison took second place with another excellent net of carp. Lee fished on corn over pellet and groundbait to the margins.
Alan Tait fished long pole shallow with pellet and meat to take the close third place.
This was a cracking match for the Thursday Vets with some impressive weights. Rich Teigh came out clear winner with 228lb. Fishing short with pellets Rich caught steadily all match
Daz Oldham alternated pellet short and shallow pellet on the pole for his 163lb of Carp
Tony fished down the edge with pellet and corn for carp to 12lb
Andy Capp continued his good form keeping his competitors an arms length clear. Andy fished pellet short for carp well into double figures
Pete Miles also used pellet to good effect catching short and long for 20 carp
Keith fished down the edge for his weight of 88lb
Br Out 42
Keith Crummey fished short pole and banded pellet for his victory on Bridge Outer 42
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Roger Holmes also pellet on pole for his 2nd place finish
Br Out 46
Dave Sewell fished meat over micros for his mixed net of carp and skimmers
Br Out 25
Paul Elliott just got the verdict by 1lb. Paul fished bomb with corn, meat and pellet for carp to 12lb
Jamie Wilde fished up in the water with pellet and meat and maggots down the edge for 12 carp
Andy Whitehouse also fished shallow for his carp and 3rd place
Jamie Wilde won today with a magnificent 2 ton-plus weight of carp, all caught on shallow pole with pellets
Steve Clark took second spot with carp caught on the bomb and then late on from the margins using 8mm pellets.
Ian Jowell fished short pole with luncheon meat and hemp to catch carp too 9lbs for third place.
Daz Oldham continued his good form with another ton plus weight. Daz fished short pole and 8mm pellet for 18 carp to 12lb
Steve Clark fished pellet short and down the edge for his 2nd place finish
Lance fished down the edge with maggots and groundbait for his 3rd place finish
B Out 43
Daz Oldham fished shallow at 11m with banded 6mm pellet loose feeding 6mm feed pellets for the win today.
B Out 5
Arnie Payling fished at 10m with hard 6mm pellet for 27 carp and a few skimmers
Andy Sellars fished waggler with pellet and meat for his carp net and best weight on Croft
Br Isl 4
Br Out 54
Andy Whitehouse continued his good run of form with another win today. Andy caught carp shallow on banded 8mm pellets.
Lee Hewison took second place fishing similar tactics to the winner but came up a couple of carp short.
Keith Crummey took third spot fishing a groundbait feeder to the middle of Moat.
Dave Whiting was the winner today with a nice net of carp caught on feeder with banded pellets.
Stephen Cook took second spot with just short of the ton mark. Stephen caught using pole with cat meat over pellet and hemp.
Alan Tait caught shallow with luncheon meat at 12m on the pole.
Jamie Wilde won this open from Moat Outer 110. Jamie fished feeder with corn and maggots down the edge for 20 carp and 139lb
Simon fished banded 6 and 8mm pellet short and down the margin for carp to 12lb
Pete Miles alternated bomb and pole and pellet for carp to 10lb
Br Isl 7
Steve Clark fished pellets over groundbait and micros in the edge for carp to 4lb
Dave Holdham fished pelletshort and meat and corn down the margin for his 2nd place finish
Gordon Gibson had to wait til late in the match to catch carp on corn down the edge
Pete Miles edged this really close victory with a magnificent 2 ton plus of carp. Pete caught well on the bomb and pellet throughout the match.
Lance came agonisingly close to winning with his 261lb. He fished maggots and pellets down the margin for 30 carp to 12lb
Daz Oldham fished pellet on long pole both shallow and on the deck for carp to 10lb
This was a cracking match for the thursday Vets with the frame all breaking the ton. Dave Whiting fished banded 8m pellet over soaked micros for carp to 10lb
Harry Barton fished bomb with pellet for his 2nd place finish
Roger Holmes also used pellet to good effect catching carp to 9lb
Cameron Preece won with an impressive 175lb. Cameron fished banded 8mm pellet short and down the edge for carp to 14lb
Paul Elliott fished bomb with pellet and meat for his 23 carp into double figures
Steve Taylor fished pellet shallow and on the bottom for his 3rd place finish
Croft was the lake to be on for this Monday Vets match. Steve Taylor fished feeder with groundbait and pellets for carp and tench and 100lb
Br Outer 53
Barry Thomas fished paste over pellet at 7m for carp well into double figures
Alan tait fished short pole and pellet for his mixed net of fish
Br Outer 43
Neil Stone came out clear winner with 195lb. Neil fished banded pellet on long pole for 30 carp to 9lb
Steve Clark came second opposite Neil Stones with 170lb also using pole and pellet
Neil Vernon alternated waggler, bomb and pole with pellet for carp to 12lb
Fishing Bridge Pool this Saturday made for a nice change and anglers were rewarded with a good match. Steve Clark took the honours with a nice mixed net of carp and silvers.
Neil Stones edged the close second place fishing 8mm pellet over 6mm pellets on the pole at 6m.
Gordon Gibson fished the margins with pellet and corn to catch carp too 11lbs in his ton plus net.
Alan Tait fished short pole with pellets to catch carp and bream steadily throughout the match to finish with a great 2 tonne plus.
Andy Whitehouse continued his good run of form with second place today. Andy caught shallow again on long pole.
Pete Miles fished a pellet feeder to the far side of moat using hair rigged corn to catch another nice ton plus net of carp.
B Isl 16
Pete Bagshaw edged this close veteran's match catching carp and bream on short pole with pellet and corn.
B Isl 25
Dave Sewell fished 6mm expander pellet at 6m on the pole to catch carp and skimmers for second place today.
B Out 58
Norman Footitt took third place with a net of small carp caught from the margins using meat and corn.
B Out 18
B Isl 4
Paul Parsons capped the victory today with his first tonne plus weight. Paul caught carp too 12lbs fishing shallow at 13m.
Alan Tait took second place fishing shallow with meat to catch carp and skimmers.
Daz Oldham and Keith Crummey shared the honours for third place. Daz caught to the margins and Keith fished a pellet feeder.
Steve Clark edged today's match and also claimed the overall festival win with a total of 408lbs from the 2 matches. Steve fished on 6mm pellet on the pole at 12m to catch mainly carp for the double ton.
Ian Thompson took second place fishing pole and pellets at 8m on the pole to catch carp and bream for second place.
Andy Whitehouse finished off a great week with third place today and second in the overall for the festival. Andy continued to catch well using pellets shallow on a long pole line.