Poll for Aces Vs Chavs Venue

Which Venue for this Year's (2009) Aces Vs Chav's Match?

  • Clattercote

    Votes: 12 60.0%
  • Parker's Fishery

    Votes: 2 10.0%
  • Decoy Lakes

    Votes: 2 10.0%
  • Cudmore Fisheries

    Votes: 4 20.0%

  • Total voters
    20
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Grumpy Git @

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Clattercote is okay but it does get affected by the wind, and it's always bloody windy at Clattercote!

I've gone for Parkers because the photos look nice :wh

I would also think it's a little more central, not too many rules and it has a cafe. :w
 

Steve Spiller

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Grumpy, never heard of a flask and a packed lunch?

Com's do my nut in! "Bacon buttie, what time would youl like it and what peg?"

We can all have a nosh before the match, then the Chavs can kick Ar$e!

;-)
 

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Flask? Dam, that's where the Port & Stilton brigade hang out isn't it?

Unfortunately I'm on the cusp Steve, teetered on the edge of both the Chavs and the Aces last year. Ended up a Chav and lost :(
 

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Parkers 121.8 miles and travelling time 2hrs 36mins
Decoy 61.0 miles 2hrs
Clattercote 143.55 miles 3hrs 10mins
Cudmore 181.15 miles 3hrs 32mins

No brainer for me, got to be Decoy with Parkers second choice.
 

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Well I voted Clattercote but that Parkers certainly looks one to keep in mind for the future if it doesn't win this year, nice and central too. hmmmmm!

Maybe we should have an "annual fish in" in aid of the OAP's on here (ahem!) when us old un's could instruct the poor chav's in the art of match fishing, they certainly could do with a bit of guidance if past matches are anything to go by. :p:wh
 

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Just a wee point..........but do the ones casting the votes intend to fish?

I know some will vote for a water they want, but if that water wins will they fish?

or are they just posting for the sake of it :wh

it's not a cheap day, so if you don't intend coming let those who do vote..........the rest could use £20 to join AT :w
 

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thats why Ive not voted because I would love to give it a go this year but not if its to far away
 

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thats why Ive not voted because I would love to give it a go this year but not if its to far away
No mate, thats not how i meant it, by all means vote for what suits you and if another water wins and it doesn't suit then it's OK not to come.

I just have a feeling one or two may vote with no intentions of coming even if the water they vote for wins.....hope that makes sense? :p
 

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Understood Brummie, I am deffo attending this one! So long as the date fits.
It's time the Chavs re-took what is rightfully ours......
The zimmers aint gonna know what's hit em this year!
;-)
 
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