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Images From 2022

Fantastic Narborough Fishery in Norfolk continues to produce huge trout. Following an invitation from owner Ian Peberdy, David Moore catches two double figure fish including this personal best 12lb Rainbow. Well worth a visit when it reopens on 1st February.

We may be a fly fishing club; however a good number of our well established members (Andy Linwood, Peter Hartley Mel Parrott and Martyn Sharp to name a few) are also accomplished and regular coarse anglers.
Invicta member Keith (Mac) McDonald had a cracking days Barbel fishing on the River Severn. He was told not to expect a double, as they are fairly rare on the stretch he fished, but was lucky enough to catch one at 11lb 6ozs. The reason there is no background to the photo is because he was fishing an ordinary club water, and his host didn’t want to give away the location.

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Images From 2021

A memorable day at Narborough Fishery in Norfolk for Paul Heavens, Alan Briggs, Mark Searle and Gary How. A fantastic Brownie for Alan and 6 rainbows between 10lbs and 12lbs for Paul, Mark and Gary.


Andy Trafankowski with a fine 10lb+ Zander caught at Grafham in June on a cormorant and di5 line.


Some of the pairings at our Improvers’ day at Grafham. The club received some excellent feedback.


Keith Gilchrist with a fine 6lb 9oz fish caught during Stuart Stenning-White’s 60th birthday event at Grafham


Some really good fish have been coming out during April as shown by Allan Sefton with 7lb Rutland Brown and Gary How 6lb+ Grafham Brown.


We go into the new season without Ray Jenkins, a great loss and a real gentleman. You will be missed by your many friends.


Peter Hartley with a magnificent 9lb rainbow from Pitsford

Our President Bob Ayres with a fine 6lb opening day rainbow at Grafham.



Youth Member Tom Crawford took 9 on opening day to beat dad Mark 9/3.


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From the Archives

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The members in the ‘Hardy’ team photograph are Doug Head, John Caldwell, Graham Williams, Mark Searle, Peter Oldham (with Mexican bandit mustache) and Chris McLeod.


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