Sea Angling Round Up

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Steve Baker landed the best flounder of the day at 1lb 12oz to win  Triple Hook Clubs latest  Open Flounder match. Runner up was John Passmore with a flounder of 1lb 71/2oz and Denis Toleman third with a flounder of 1lb 51/4oz.

Graham Snow won Bideford Angling Clubs monthly Rover with a grey mullet of 3lb 14oz. Tarrant Wotton was second with a whiting of 1lb 3oz. Graham turned to the estuary to land flounders of 1lb 65/8oz and 1lb 41/4oz and secure third and forth place.

(Above) Graham Snow with his flounder

Jack Sharock won Appledore Shipbuilders Monthly Rover with a fine specimen whiting of 1lb 151/8oz. In second and third was Graham Snow with his grey mullet of 3lb 14oz and flounder of 1lb 65/8oz.

Jack Sharrock – Specimen whiting

Kody Chugg scaled down his hook sizes and bait to be rewarded with a mixed bag of pollock, bass, whiting and codling. It is often worthwhile fishing with smaller hooks on one rod as this not only produces a variety of species but can also provide useful baits for larger predatory species.

There are a some fine bull huss coming to shore anglers along the coast with rocky snaggy venues often proving most productive.

(Above ) Kevin Legge with a double figure bull huss.