3:02pm Sunday 15th September 2013
NEYLAND and District Sea Angling club held their latest match on the breakwater in Fishguard.
The weather was wet travelling from Neyland to Fishguard, but once members arrived the sun came out and it was a great day.
There was also a club from Gwent holding a competition
The fishing was a bit slow; the tide position did not help, fishing the tide down for three hours and back up for three.
Never the less fish were caught and returned to the scales for 8pm.
In first with the heaviest bag was secretary Pat Beisly, he usually brings his dog named Rolo and fishes the inside bank from his car, but this time he left him at home and was able to pick his spot to fish, and it paid off, Pat also picked up the pool for the heaviest fish
George Hawkridge known as the Kit-Kat man took second spot with his bag with some nice plump pouting in it.
Bob South was third with his bag that also contained plump pouting. Bobs never far away from the top, thanks to the adjudicators Bernie Davies, Steve Tate, and Richard Davies.
The next match is on Saturday, September 21 at Freshwater East, fishing 4pm till 9pm book in at 3.15pm at the car park.
There is a new venue list for the remainder of matches for this year, for further details contact secretary Pat Beisly.
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