Lostock MotorGuide BASS Electric
  |  First Published: July 2005

With the threat of a cancellation looming, the skies cleared and the wind stopped for a perfect start to round 12 of the MotorGuide BASS Electric series at Lostock.

All up, 29 keen anglers made the trip to test their skills on the frustrating bite that this impoundment is renowned for. However, one man rose to the top to take the event with a 3.2kg limit.

David Mudd, a fitter from Newcastle, backed himself with a solid game plan to take advantage of the larger fish on a relatively slow edge bite. On the Saturday afternoon he decided to fish a 100m stretch of bank for the entire session, and that certainly paid off.

Mudd cast TD Vibrations and Jackalls in various colour schemes to bank side vegetation and lily pads to accrue his limit.

“I had two fish fairly early, though one was a little smaller, then came the 410mm 1.6kg upgrade,” he said. Spectators on the point commented they could hear Dave’s noisy delight at catching this fish!

Hot on Dave’s heels was Lostock’s previous victor, Dom Lieb. With a two fish 2.9kg bag, he almost mirrored his performance from last round, fishing the hump out from the point.

Third place went to Justin Scott, with Mick Pascoe and Corey Christopher claiming fourth and fifth. - Paul Gogarty



1Dave Mudd2/23.2kg
2Dom Lieb2/22.9kg
3Justin Scott2/22.4kg
4Mick Pascoe1/21.85kg
5Corey Christopher1/21.75kg
6Andrew Redding1/21.35kg
7Ian Palmer1/21.2kg
8Mark Gogarty1/21.15kg
9Ben Pepperall1/21.15kg
10Jamie Maguire1/21.0kg

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