The Darryl Simpson summer league is fished on a variety of commercials and fished in memory of Jacks uncle, Darryl Simpson.
A lovely net of Carp and F1s for Jack on the final round at Pans hill
This is Jack’s 4th consecutive year that he has won the league, below he talks us through the final match fished at Pans Hill fishery last weekend.
‘I knew if I came in the top 4 it would be enough to win the overall league so the pressure was on! I drew peg 21 on Wood lake which is just out of the fancied area but I knew a few fish would be on the cards. I kept it very simple and set up 2 shallow rigs and a paste rig at 5 metres. I started on the shallow line catching F1’s every put in until this line dried up. I then I had a look on my paste line where I found a better stamp of fish just short of my shallow line whilst priming the longer line for later on in the match. After a few fish in quick succession it was time to look on the long shallow line once again and I certainly didn’t look back. I ended up with 99 Carp and F1’s for 214lb which was enough to take 1st place, 2nd in the match was 199lb. This also guaranteed me winning the League’
Jack with family members holding the league trophy