A GOOD turnout for the annual CLIC charity flounder open on the Torridge saw 71 anglers fish in wet, cold and blustery conditions. First and second places went to Clark Fox with a good flounder of 1lb 15ozs plus another of 1lb 6 7/8ozs. Third was Leo Ha
A GOOD turnout for the annual CLIC charity flounder open on the Torridge saw 71 anglers fish in wet, cold and blustery conditions.First and second places went to Clark Fox with a good flounder of 1lb 15ozs plus another of 1lb 6 7/8ozs.Third was Leo Harris with a fish of 1lb 6ozs and fourth went to John Cardew with one of 1lb 4ozs.The junior section was won by Des Perks Jnr with a flounder of 15ozs, with Chris Cox second with one of 8 7/8oz and Liam Spear third with 8ozs.Dogfish dominated the Bideford Angling Club midweek sea rover with a mere two ounces separating the top three places.Damian Babb was first with one of 2lb 1 1/2 ozs, followed by Mike Grayson with a dog of 2lb 1 1/4ozs and Dick Talbot with another of 1lb 15 1/2ozs. Big beardyA specimen rockling gave Leon Tuttle of Bideford AC victory in the November heat of the North Devon League competition.Leon's big "beardy" tipped the scales just a quarter-ounce under two pounds.Second place went to Damien Short of Barnstaple Rod and Reelers with a dogfish of 2lbs 121/4oz and third was Michael Squires of Bideford with a doggie of 2lbs 6ozs.The next heat will be held over the weekend January 17/18, hosted by Combe Martin AC and with the weigh-in at Braunton Cricket Club.