Buckinghamshire wins the Tercentenary inter-province fly-fishing event

The Tercentenary Fly-fishing contest was held on 29th April and featured teams from the Provinces of Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire and Middlesex.

Held at the Rib Valley Fishing Lakes, West Mill Farm, Ware, Hertfordshire, a hard fought contest was won by the Buckinghamshire team of Dean Reed, Dave Hollis, Andrew Hodgson, Gerry Cook, James Dykes and Jim Webster.

To round off a fine day for the team, Captain Dave Hollis, also claimed the Biggest Bag.

Well done to the Bucks' team.

Picture shows the team L to R: Dean Reed, Dave Hollis, Andrew Hodgson, Gerry Cook, James Dykes and Jim Webster.

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