14 anglers arrived at Mundesley on a lovely warm evening, pegging was left and right with the centre bay left free for swimmers.
The fishing was fairly slow with weed being an issue up and over high water, but once the ebb started the weed disappeared.
First cast and first blood fell to Ian Childerhouse with a hound of 79cm, this turned out to be his only sizeable fish but was enough to secure third place, with the fish for 5lb 11/3oz. Second place went to Russell Taylor also with one hound for 5lb 8oz.
It was John Harvey who took the top spot with a better hound of 87cm for 7lb 4oz.
With the top three all catching a single hound each, Mention must go to fourth placed Simon Bottomley who had three fish for 1lb 101/3oz. If the hounds hadn’t turned up he would have won the match with his two flounders and his first ever sole of 27cm.
Simon also took heaviest flatfish with a flounder of 32cm. The heaviest roundfish was John Harvey’s 87cm smoothhound.
A lovely evening on the beach even if the fishing wasn’t great.
Next week’s match is at Kelling.
- John Harvey 30pts
- Russell Taylor 29pts
- Ian Childerhouse 28pts
- Simon Bottomley 27pts
- Dene Conway 26pts
- Leon Smith 25pts
- Ian Wells 24pts
- John Catchpole 23pts
- Roger Cunnington 22pts
- Alan Tew 5pts
- David Lake 5pts
- Michael Wood 5pts
- Chick Roper 5pts
- Martin Wheeldon 5pts
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