Evesham Jubilee club news
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This Weeks Matches

Wednesday 22nd May Affordable Open

This match is on Withies

Saturday 25th May and Sunday 26th May Jubilee Fishery Festival Open

Information update

This is an Open, non members will have to pay £25 for the two days.  Each day there will be one cash prize for the winner of each pool.  There will be prizes down to 4th place overall over the two day results.  The combined results will be compiled by section points.

Entrants will pay £20 on Saturday 25 May 2019 prior to the draw. These monies will be the pools for both Saturday and Sundays Festival entry. Anglers must commit to fishing both days of the Festival. Anglers cannot turn up on the Sunday to fish the match as an individual event.
The field of anglers will be split equally between Jubilee and Withies Pools. For example anglers who draw Jubilee Pool on Saturday will then fish Withies Pool on Sunday. Dependent on the number of entrants sections will be utilised ideally to determine the overall result. The same pegs will be used on both pools on each day. No Bonus Peg funds will run over the Festival weekend.
This information was provided to the author after liaison with the Match Organiser Alan Gardner. This entry has been compiled to provide information for anglers considering fishing The Festival. Consideration will be given to allowing areas/pegs for pleasure anglers to fish.

I think there is normally an optional £5 Super Pool payable on the Saturday for the combined two day results.  As there are no bonus pegs the combined two days at £25 is very close to the normal match fees.

This Weeks Results

Wednesday Open 15th May

Nineteen anglers took part in the Wednesday Open held on Jubilee Pool. Conditions were still with bright sunshine.
The winner was Brian Cubin weighing in 23lb 12oz of carp from Jubilee 15. Second place was claimed by the in form angler Gary Seadon weighing in 19lb 9oz from J5. Third place was secured by Alan Gardner weighing in 17lb 5oz on J8.
Section winners were Dave Bowditch weighing in 14lb 9oz on J6 ( Section J1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7), Bernard Boland weighing in 12lb 7oz on J10 ( Section J8,10,12,13,15 and 16) and Jim Gurney weighing in 16lb on J19
( Section J19,21,22,23,24 and 25).
The carp were clearly visible but appear to be preparing to breed. Next weeks Match 22 May 2019 will be fished on the Withies Pool as per pool rotation.

Saturday Open 18th May

Ten anglers contested the Saturday Open held on Withies Pool. A decision was made to pay first and second on the outer and inner pool pegs.
The winner of the outer pool was Alan Neale weighing in 22lb 10oz on W11. Second place was taken by Richard Ford on W26 weighing in 12lb 12oz.
The winner on the inner pool was John Cox weighing in 11lb 9oz on W22. Second was Alan Gardner weighing in 11lb 4oz on W23.
These results have been compiled by the author from the weigh sheet. Apologies if any of the information is incorrect.

Sunday Winter League Round 5

Gary Seadon Wins the League with 37 points.  Bob Evans was second with 36 points and Ian Pitman was third with 35 points. Fourth was Ron Evans with 34 points and 58lb 8oz and fifth was Frank Wallace with 34 points and 46lb.  Just out of the money was James Gardner with 34 points and 41lb 14oz.

Eleven anglers took part in the fifth round of the Spring League held on Jubilee Pool. The winner was in form angler Gary Seadon weighing in 27lb 13oz on J2. Narrowly in second place was the ever consistent Bob Evans weighing in 27lb on J6.
Section winners were the silver fish guru Ron Evans weighing in 23lb 1oz on J8 and James Gardner weighing in 22lb 7oz on J18.
The final standings in the Spring League will be posted once the anglers positions have been confirmed.
Result compiled by Chris Taylor from copies of weigh sheets supplied to him. Apologies if there are any discrepancies in the result compiled.

Ensuring the new bream live to a ripe old age

A polite notice to ask all members to pamper the bream, they are not anywhere near as hardy as carp.

1. Pleasure anglers please release catches ASAP by lowering the fish into the water using your landing net.

2. Match anglers must have a separate net for silvers AND ensure that silvers are weighed separately from the carp.

Tight Lines,


There has been lots of great things happening regarding the Bream.  It will be hard for me to put everything on this 'News' page as this promotes the matches, so it is imperative that all members join the forum.  It is really easy to join and if you are able to read this then you will have no problem setting up access.

We have managed to get over 300lb's of bream between 2 - 3lbs into Jubilee Pool.  They were added Friday morning and I have to say it was an amazing sight.  The chairman has stated that this is phase 1 of 3 with an aim to get 900 - 1200lbs over the next two years.  Obviously this has to be funded by donations as subscriptions must go to pay the rent.

It has certainly put the club on the map and we need members to take advantage of this buzz to get new members.  As the club offers £15 off membership for members who recruit new members perhaps 'ride this crest of a wave' and donate the £15 to the fish fund?

We have started a just giving page to raise the money for these fish and hopefully sometime in the future we will have enough members not have to do this. This is the goal.

To support your club or if you are not a member, just support our initiative via this link:



Club sectreary

Fantastic turnout 26 fished Jubilee with one section on Withies.
Alan Gardner won the match, I think everyone knows anyway as he was spreading the word today at Southam Car Boot.
The top 15 places received a prize.
Full Results:
1st Alan Gardner won with 32lb 8oz from peg 15
2nd Frank Wallace with 26lb 9oz from peg 2 ...

17 Fished Jubilee Pool
A fantastic match with Ray Nosworthy winning with 31lb 5oz from peg 24 (old 25 by tree). Ray's catch consisted of 8 bream and only 1 carp! This is fantastic for the fishery, an area where very few carp were being caught can still win a match with the new bream.
Ray was...

10 fished on Ash Pool
1st was Rich Ford with 67lb 10oz. Rich also picked up the bonus £10 for the heaviest fish with a 11lb 2oz Carp.
2nd was James Gardner with 57lb 13oz.
Section winners were Dave Bowditch with 47lb 15oz and Alan Gardner with 32lb 14oz.
Other decent weights included 37lb 5oz from...

13 fished Jubilee
This was a competitive match in windy conditions which included two major storms including hail stones.
Gary Seadon wins from peg 10 with 15lb 12oz. Second was Richard Ford from peg 16 with 15lb and third was Frank Wallace with 14lb 14oz from peg 1.
Section winners were Alan Gardner from peg 12...