We felt our offensive line could do some really good things against their D-line.” With Occhipinti at quarterback, it was a three-headed running game to go along with Rayshawn Byfield and Abdullah Elailla. While Occhipinti was behind center for most of the game, Hawthorne also went with Elailla in a Wildcat formation and it worked tremendously as Elailla ran for four touchdowns while Byfield and Joey Carr added a touchdown each. Elailla sprinted for 263 yards on the ground and Byfield added 115 yards. “Abdullah did a tremendous job out of that formation, it was the first time we used it this year,” said Passero. “He has great vision and he knows how to set up his blocks.” With the victory the Bears get another shot at Glen Rock, this time on the road on Saturday at 1 p.m. The Panthers are the top seed in the section and Hawthorne will be looking to avenge their lone loss of the season, 41-18, in the second week of the season on Sept. 18. Hawthorne led late in the second quarter when everything fell apart. “Glen Rock is the one seed for a reason, they played a very tough schedule and kept winning after an opening day loss,” said Passero. “They are a senior-led team like us, and I feel like it’s going to be a great game. I think that both teams have improved since our week two games, and I think we have to play mistake free football to beat them.” Passero would not comment on whether VanderWerf was going to be in the lineup against Glen Rock, but he said that Occhipinti was “filling in” for VanderWerf.
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The other two sections also had problem pegs in areas squeezed to as little as 30 paces apart. England drew 16th and pulled out ball 23 which gave them peg 23A, a near end peg for Billy and Jamie, Peg 9 in B section which was in a bay on a tight radius and 30 paces from either side for Jack and Kia. And our third peg was 17C for Jake and Dan Wildbore, which again was in the only bay on C section and together with two other pegs in the same bay was 50 metres back from the rest of the line. It was evident early on that England was in trouble with the draw as the near end peg in section A had the underwater wall which was virtually impossible to real a lead back over on the retrieve never mind land a fish. This would prove costly as the match developed. However, some good news came just before dark in section B for Kia and Jack in the shape of an 11.04kg common carp which shot them straight into 2nd place in section. By morning things were still very slow in all sections with very little being caught overnight however, Jake and Dan had managed a 5kg fish to get them off the mark. A little later Billy and Jamie added a small 3kg fish which also got them on the score sheet. So after 18 hours England had managed to scratch their way into 3rd place due to the fact that only three nations had caught by this time in all three sections. After a brief discussion with Jake and Dan on the first morning we thought it practical to deploy Mark Bartlett into our peg on C section, due to England being at a massive disadvantage on having to find the extra range.
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Not too many years ago fishing was the UK’s biggest participant sport, unbelievably more people would go fishing than paid to watch a football match. Its popularity has wained somewhat, especially within the youngsters whose lives would now appear to be totally driven by their mobile phones and social media. The majority of them will never experience the beauty of our countryside, will never see the amazing range of wildlife attracted by our rivers and lakes and will never appreciate the peace and tranquility that fishing offers. Sadly, that’s their loss but for those who are addicted to the sport the following website has plenty of information connected to fishing both here and overseas https://carterpjqm.wordpress.com/2015/11/19/carp-fishing-in-sussex-3/.
Get up early and start fishing banks of a river, lake or pond, because the sun rises or sets. Also, with respect to the time of year, observe the type of insect that’s dominant, then attempt to match your lure towards the insect.
Learn how to tie a number of different knots quickly. If you practice this skill while both at home and master it, then you’re able to effectively tie the kind of knots you’ll need while you are fishing. This protects you some time and makes your ability to succeed more likely.
Although it may seem like larger lures look more fake, they’re also more likely to land a larger fish. It follows as a large fish will be unable to see a small lure. When the lure may be the proper size, you will land some real whoppers!
While you are being patient, it’s also important to remain calm and rather quiet when fishing.