Archive for April 2017

NAC Report 24/4/17 Weybourne

Weybourne 24/04/2017

21 anglers arrived to flat calm sea and light wind along with lovely sunshine. A few anglers were tricked by this weather as it was not set to last. True to what the weathermen had said the strong wind came causing the conditions to dramatically change. By the end of the match the strong wind and struggling hold bottom was too much for some. With plenty of small fish being caught it was a struggle to find anything to card. 2 of those who stuck it out till the end were rewarded with dogfish securing them podium places. In first place this week was Leon with 4 fish for 2lb 13oz 2/3. In second with 2 fish for 2lb 11oz was Adrian B. Finally in third place with 4 fish was Charlie with 1lb 6oz 1/3. Wel done especially to the new faces that showed up and gave it there best in such harsh conditions. Next week we are at Overstrand. As always book in and order bait to avoid disappointment.

1st Leon Smith 30points
2nd Adrian Bordianu 29points
3rd Adrian Charlie Needham 28points
4th Richard Hipperson 27points
5th Richard Chapman 26points
6th Gary Wilkins 25points
7th Ian Childerhouse 24points
8th Robert Durrant 23points
9th Ben Nicholson 22points
10th David Aldridge 21points
11th Hamza Mizo 20points
12th Luke Lukeyboy Childerhouse 19points
13th Russell Taylor 18points
14th Barry Iseton 17points
14th Ronnie Cockett 17points
16th Will Sprules 15points
16th Roger Cunnington 15points
18th Simon Bone 13points
19th Kimberley Lawn 12points

Dean James Gibson
Dene Conway

NAC Report 17/4/17 Mundesley

Mundesley 17/04/17

18 anglers arrived for Monday nights length only match on the sand.
Making his debut and a warm welcome to new member Ronnie Cockett and also really nice to see Simon Stelios Roberts having a fish with us on a Monday night.
Most of us were hoping for the odd hound pup, dog or big Bass to build the lengths up and most of us ended up very disappointed with the exception of the childerhouse family
With Ian bagging himself a very nice 60cm Bass and Luke a 58cm dogfish the only one caught. Any other night these could of been match winning fish but with it being a length only meant that the angler who caught the most fish would probably win and that angler was Simon bone who managed to find an impressive 12 fish for a length of 293.
Luke’s dog fish did help him into second place with 5 fish for 157 and in third was Adrian Bordianu with 6 fish for 136.
Biggest round was of course Ian’s 60cm Bass and biggest flat was Russell taylor with a well hooked 35cm flounder.

Peg 1 Simon Bone 12 fish-293 30pts
Peg 3 Luke Lukeyboy Childerhouse 5 fish-157 29pts
Peg4 Adrian Bordianu 6 fish-136 28pts
Peg17 Leon Smith 5 fish-113 27pts
Peg 8 Russell Taylor 4 fish-108 26pts
Peg 10 Ian Childerhouse 3 fish-98 25pts
Peg 9 Adrian Charlie Needham 3 fish-76 24pts
Peg 18 Richard Chapman 3 fish-63 23pts
Peg 5 Andrew Bunn 2 fish-52 22pts
Peg 12 Richard Hipperson 2 fish-46 21pts
Peg 11 David hall 1 fish-28 20pts
Peg 6 will sprules 1 fish-23 19pts

5 points
Dene Conway
Dave Mathers
Roger Cunnington
Dean James Gibson
Ronnie Cockett
Simon Stelios Roberts

NAC Report 10/4/17 Kelling

NAC Report 10/4/17 Kelling

After an excellent weekend of fishing at the Norfolk Sea Angling Festival, we were not expecting a great turnout as lots of our members had fished hard and assisted in the running of the competition, however everyone was surprised and happy with 18 of us fishing including a return to the fold of Pete Durkin, so we hit the shingle at Kelling on a lovely evening, with a slightly chopped up sea, expectations were as always high for this most productive & consistent venue, pegging was left and right of the carpark, with confirmed reports of a good sized ray at Weybourne on Sunday evening and of course the dogfish that seem to be prevalent this time of year these days. Would the chopped-up sea put the chance of a ray off and more importantly would the bass make an appearance.

Onto the report, Kelling is renowned for being a bit peggy now and again, with the shouts of “if you’re not on the fish you won’t get em” ringing in our ears each time we fish here, caliber of angler plays no part, if you find a gulley with fish in it you will do well and the person either side may well struggle.
Loads of undersized fish were being seen all along the match stretch including plenty of schoolie bass, and some were becoming increasingly frustrated, a shout from end peg but one from Kimberley Lawn bagging her first dogfish closely followed by a second on her next cast, boosted hope for everyone, then it seemed all hell broke loose and dogs were coming out, all along the match stretch, along with some good pouting and the odd good dab and whiting. Robert Durrant added to his first ever dogfish from last week with a brace of them this week, even Adrian Bordianu managed to find one again after they eluded him all weekend, along with several others, but it was Charlie Needham who had the “hot spot” to himself, with seasoned anglers either side of him struggling to find the fish, Charlie took top spot with a cracking score of 9 fish for 10lb 13 2/3oz, including 5 dogfish which certainly made up for his disastrous weekend fishing, second podium spot went to Dene Conway with 4 fish for 4lb 12oz including 2 dogs and the biggest of the evening at 67cm, third spot and hopefully getting her mojo back was Kimberley Lawn with 7 fish for 4lb 4oz, heaviest flat of the night went to Russell Taylor with a nice 29cm dab.

All in all, 64 sizeable fish were caught including 18 dogfish enough for one each in retrospect, for a total weight of 45lb 12 1/3oz, with reports now also coming in of smoothound pups on the sand to crab baits seems like the season has well and truly kicked off, next week’s match is at Mundesley, please make sure to book in early as it is Easter Weekend and bait will be flying out the door so get it ordered quickly. The shop will have rag, lug, fresh blacks, maddies and fresh peeler crab, will confirm later in week if we have yellowtails.
Full results

Adrian Charlie Needham 9 fish 521-wpts 30pts
Dene Conway 4 fish 228-wpts 29pts
Kimberley Lawn 7 fish 201-wpts 28pts
Roger Cunnington 3 fish 192-wpts 27pts
Robert Durrant 4 fish 180-wpts 26pts
Barry Iseton 5 fish 154-wpts 25pts
Adrian Bordianu 4 fih 111-wpts 24pts
Russell Taylor 2 fish 98-wpts 23pts
Dean James Gibson 3 fish 80-wpts 22pts
Dave Mathers 4 fish 76-wpts 21pts
Richard Hipperson 1 fish 74-wpts 20pts
Pete Durkin 4 fish 62-wpts 19pts
Richard Chapman 3 fish 54-wpts 18pts
Simon Bone 3 fish 50-wpts 17pts
Brian Van Blerk 2 fish 38-wpts 16pts
Will Sprules 3 fish 34-wpts 15pts
Leon Smith 2 fish 28-wpts 14pts
David Hall 1 fish 16-wpts 13pts

NAC Report 3/4/17 Bacton

Bacton 3/4/17

19 anglers turned up probably expecting another hard match on the sand, unfortunately this was the case for many with no one recording more than 6 sizeable fish.
With pegs 1,2,3&4 separated from the others by two pleasure anglers it was a job to know how everyone else was getting on until the match cards started to appear at the end of the night then it became clear that once again if you hadn’t manage to hook into a dogfish then all hope was gone.
In all there was 6 dogfish carded, the biggest was caught by Robert Durrant 61cm earning him biggest round prize.
The smallest was caught by myself 53cm returning after an enforced two week absence, fortunately I managed 5 sizeable whiting to back this up with which meant I took top spot with 6 fish, 2lb 11oz 1/3.
2nd place went to mr consistent Adrian Bordianu with 4 fish, 2lb 5oz including a 55cm dogfish
3rd was Ian Childerhouse getting his own back on Luke for last week with 2 fish, 2lb 2oz including a 60cm dogfish.
There was 1 sizeable flat fish come out and that was a 24cm dab caught by Leon smith earning him the prize for the biggest flat.
All in all a very pleasant evenings fishing despite the constant moaning from mr Dean ( I hate the sand, I’m bored, oh I’ve caught a fish I’m going home,chairman) Gibson to my left.

Peg 2 Russell Taylor 6 fish 130-wpts 30pts
Peg 6 Adrian Bordianu 4 fish 110-wpts 29pts
Peg 18 Ian Childerhouse 2fish 102-wpts 28pts
Peg 12 Will sprules 2 fish 93-wpts 27pts
Peg 5 Robert durrant 1 fish 89-wpts 26pts
Peg 3 Dene Conway 2 fish 88-wpts 25pts
Peg 13 Simon Bone 5 fish 76-wpts 24pts
Peg 15 Richard Hipperson 4 fish 66-wpts 23pts
Peg 22 Luke Lukeyboy Childerhouse 3 fish 44-wpts 22pts
Peg 7 Leon smith 2 fish 28-wpts 21pts
Peg 19 Adrian Charlie Needham 1 fish 26-wpts 20pts
Peg 11 Adam Molloy 1 fish 14-wpts 19pts
Peg 1 Dean James Gibson 1 fish 14-wpts 19pts

Peg 21 Hamza Mizo 5pts
Peg 20 John (Hamza’s dad) 5pts
Peg 9 Roger Cunnington 5pts
Peg 4 Bryan van blerk 5points
Peg 16 Ninny Wharton 5pts
Peg 8 Andrew Turk 5pts

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