JOY’S WIN­NING HAUL EV­I­DENCE THAT CODLING ARE START­ING TO SHOW

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Sport -

fished dur­ing an un­favourable low tide. Win­ner was Michael Warne with codling, pout­ing and whit­ing for 3.94kg. Sec­ond was Her­bie Tyler with 3.426kg and third Ron­nie Warne with 3.140kg. The other venue worth try­ing for codling is the Ad­mi­ralty Pier at Dover, with the ex­ten­sion worth a try high wa­ter down. A strong tide run is ex­pe­ri­enced here so make sure you use at least a 6oz fixed wire lead. Other shore re­sults in­clude the Folke­stone Sea An­glers who also fished Folke­stone pier where the win­ner was Mar­tyn Reid with 4.290kg and that in­cluded the three dog­fish limit. Sec­ond was Lee Heaver with 3.200kg and third Mick Tapsell with 2.580kg. Coarse com­pe­ti­tion re­sults in­clude the Ash­ford AS event fished on the Rother at the Black­wall where Colin Payne took first place with 7lb 2oz, fish­ing the pole down the mid­dle. Mark Valler and Alan San­dom filled sec­ond and third po­si­tions with 4lb 9oz and 4lb 5oz re­spec­tively. The Cinque Ports AS com­pe­ti­tion fished in the big lake at Beach­bor­ough on the Lyminge Road. Win­ner was Paul Mus­son with 8.250kg and he in­cluded a carp of 9lb. Sec­ond was Andy Cam­ber with 6.350kg and third Graham Clifford with 6.050kg. The ju­nior best was Ce­iron Ellen with 570g. Free­lance re­ports in­clude a 34lb 8oz cat­fish for Paul Mus­son at Char­lie’s Lake in Ash­ford. Eureka Lake at Ash­ford is pro­duc­ing lots of carp in dou­ble fig­ures to nat­u­ral and ar­ti­fi­cial baits. Look­ing ahead, the Bri­tish Open shore Cham­pi­onships will be fished from the Deal and Walmer beaches on Sun­day, Novem­ber 1. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Saul Page 07971172427. To book a peg call, Peter Owen at Folke­stone Angling on 01303 253881. The Kent Clas­sic takes place at Sheer­ness on Sun­day, Novem­ber 29.

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