Anglers brave icy conditions

SEA ANGLING - FORTY-ONE anglers, including ladies and six juniors, braved an icy north east wind, to fish in Weston Sea Angling Association s annual Christmas open on the town beach.

FORTY-ONE anglers, including ladies and six juniors, braved an icy north east wind, to fish in Weston Sea Angling Association's annual Christmas open on the town beach.

There were fish aplenty, including flounders, rockling, codling and whiting, though those making qualifying weight were mainly rockling with a few good flounders. Eighteen anglers weighed in, of which, five were juniors.

Phytos Yianni was top with one flounder and two rockling for 1lb 10oz. Second was Kevin Daley with a flounder of 1lb 6oz and Neil Apperley came third with a 12.5 oz flounder. They took home massive hampers.

Highest Junior was Sam Fieldhouse of WSMSAA,with three rockling, who won a rod. Kevin Daley took �35 from the optional best flatfish pool, and Dick Hooper had �35 from the optional best round fish pool with a 2.75 oz rockling.


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Thanks to all who fished and helped, and The Royal Hotel, whose delicious soup was most appreciated.

Next Saturday is the WSMSAA, the members' Christmas event. Refreshments at the clubhouse. Prizes to be won. Fishing 6.30-9.30pm. Spouses and accompanied juniors welcome. Deciders for Weekend League; Retired League; also Juniors versus Seniors match.

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New members welcome. Come along or phone Nigel on 01934 511459.

WSMSAA wishes to thank all who supported sea angling during, those who attended their events and, in particular, generous sponsors of the club's junior open, lifeboat open and junior league.

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