Penn Sea League

Re­sults and ta­bles from the big event.

Sea Angler (UK) - - CONTENTS -

BURN­HAM LEAGUE & OPEN Burn­ham, Som­er­set, 30 an­glers

With only five min­utes to go, Daniel Crump walked to the water’s edge for a fi­nal cast with a big bluey bait. Soon af­ter­wards his rod tip went over and he landed an 8lb 14oz bass.

Added to a sole, the Barry an­gler had 9lb 3oz to win zone A, but was not in the top three.

Win­ner was Ben Brad­stock, who fished in zone B with a sin­gle hook rig at dis­tance to reach the river chan­nel, where he caught a thorn­back ray, a con­ger and sil­ver eel for 12-2-0.

Sec­ond was Justin Bird, in zone C by the light­house, with a thorn­back and two congers for 10-13-0. Adrian ‘Bert’ Ford, also zone C, was third with two species for 9-14-0.

Re­sult: 1 Ben Brad­stock, Honi­ton, 3 fish, 12-2-0 (3pts); 2 Justin Bird, Cardiff, 3, 10-13-0 (2); 3 Adrian Ford, We­ston-s-M, 2, 9-14-0 (1).

FILEY BRIGG AS FOORDS OPEN Whitby west pier to Sewerby Steps, Flam­bor­ough, Yorks, 110 an­glers

Top spot in this heav­i­est fish event went to Bridling­ton an­gler Do­minic Baker thanks to a 5lb 14oz 8dr pollack.

Run­ner-up Dave Medd, of Scar­bor­ough, caught a 4lb 5oz 4dr codling, with Chris Scaife, of Filey, fin­ish­ing third with a 4lb 2oz 8dr codling. Best bag was Paul Medd’s 13-12-8, whose heav­i­est fish was a 4lb 1dr codling.

Re­sult: 1 Do­minic Baker, Bridling­ton, 5-14-8 pollack (11pts); 2 Dave Medd, Scar­bor­ough, 4-5-4 codling (10); 3 Chris Scaife, Filey, 4-2-8 codling (9). Heav­i­est bag – Paul Medd, Peter­bor­ough, 13-12-8 (3).

FURNESS FA RNLI OPEN Pri­ory Point, Cum­bria, 60 an­glers

Floun­ders, eels and bass dom­i­nated catches at Pri­ory Point, with Bar­row an­gler Ged Stevens win­ning with 20 fish for 572cm.

One fish be­hind, but with 512cm, was Neil Cut­ler, of Gateshead, who fin­ished sec­ond, while an­other Ty­nesider, Micky Bell was third with 13 fish for 432cm.

Re­sult: 1 Ged Stevens, Bar­row, 20 fish, 572cm (6pts); 2 Neil Cut­ler, Gateshead, 19, 512cm (5); 3 Micky Bell, Newcastle, 13, 432cm, in­clud­ing longest fish, 41cm (4).

SCOT­TISH MATCH LEAGUE RND 3 Abbey Burn­foot beach, Kirkcud­bright, 30 an­glers

David Lit­tle, of Cas­tle Dou­glas, caught 14 fish for 813 points at peg 28, to win the £100 prize.

On neigh­bour­ing peg 27 was Sun­der­land's Kenny McCoy, who was sec­ond with nine fish for 516pts. Gavin Owen, of Con­sett, on peg 15, took third with seven fish for 429pts.

Re­sult: 1 David Lit­tle, Cas­tle Dou­glas, 14 fish, 813pts (3pts); 2 Kenny McCoy, Sun­der­land, 9, 516 (2); 3 Gavin Owen, Con­sett, 7, 429 (1).

SCOT­TISH OPEN CHAM­PI­ONSHIPS River­side Drive, Dundee, 46 an­glers

Lind­say Wil­son, of Ste­warton, caught 18 fish for 509 points from zone A to se­cure top spot.

Sec­ond was David Neil, of Salt­coats, with 15 fish for 468pt from zone B, with Geordie vis­i­tor Bob Gas­coigne tak­ing third with 14 fish and 396pts in zone A.

Re­sult: 1 Lind­say Wil­son, Ste­warton, 18 fish, 509pts (4pts); 2 David Neil, Salt­coats, 15, 468 (3); 3 Bob Gas­coigne, Cram­ling­ton, 14, 396 (2). Longest fish – Jimmy Caven, Ed­in­burgh, 37cm floun­der (1).

WEST COAST TACKLE LEAGUE RND 6 OPEN Stanah, Lancs, 28 an­glers

With all the rain­wa­ter en­ter­ing the water from the day be­fore, it made for a slow start for some com­peti­tors, but top rod on the day was Simon Daw­ber with 270cm, thanks to a last cast dou­ble shot of eels. Best flat­fish was a 41cm floun­der for Les­ley Maby.

Re­sult: 1 Simon Daw­ber, Wigan, 270cm (2pts); 2 Bob Egan, Black­pool, 254cm (1).

Les­ley Maby caught this 41cm floun­der in the Stanah event

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