NAC Match Report Sea Palling 20th September 2021
Prepared by Russell Taylor
No Simon last night but still an excellent turn out with 19 fishing including 2 new members, father and son Stephen and Jamie Medlar, welcome to the club chaps, also 2 returning members Gregory Kiddell and Neil Haynes, good to see you both back on the beach and we had a special guest appearance from Richard Craske
Pegging was to the left of the long stay carpark steps and with high tide around 8pm it meant a long trek for most to the second bay but was it worth it?. For nearly all no it wasn’t, even fishing to 18cm the fish were hard to find.
With only 13 fish recorded it was the returning Greg Kiddell who not only managed to find the biggest fish of the night, a 54cm Bass but the most fish carding a whopping 3 fish for 172 points,
Second spot went to Ian Wells who found 2 Bass for 100 points and only 8 points behind him was myself with a solitary 45cm Bass for 92 points.
Richard Hipperson obviously couldn’t be bothered chasing the Bass instead opting for a bit of flounder fishing which paid off as it landed him biggest flat of the night, a 27cm .
Lucky peg went to Eamon Finch.
1st Gregory Kiddell 30pts + 5pts biggest round
2nd Ian Wells 29pts
3rd Russell Taylor 28pts
4th Richard Hipperson 27pts +5pts biggest flat
5th Neil Haynes 26pts
6th Stephen medlar 25pts
7th Colin Bailey 24pts
8th Richard Craske 23pts
9th Barry Iseton 22pts
Next week it’s Weybourne.