Archive for October 2021

NAC Match Report Salthouse 25th October 2021

Salthouse 25-10-21Firstly all at Norfolk Angling Club would like to wish simon’s wife Kate a full and speedy recovery from her recent surgery.Secondly apologies for no report last week, I had a lot on and think simon’s data just about summed the evening up.16 turned up at Salthouse hoping for a better Monday night than the previous one, all the talk beforehand was about all the fish being caught recently including the long awaited return of the decent size whiting that had been showing up everywhere except the shingle so it was decided to save the endless back and forth across the shingle measuring fish we would fish to size limits.Although some fared better than last week for the majority it was a case of dejavu, with the off shore breeze keeping the water flat and extremely clear for end of October and the clear skies and bright moon it proved to be very difficult to find the sizable fish amongst the endless undersized Dabs, having said that there was 50 sizable Dabs recorded, 11 Whiting and 3 BassWinner on the night and catching 10 of those fish was Roger Cunnington , 210pts including the biggest round a 41cm Bass and a 5 way share of the biggest flat, a 26cm Dab along with JC, Stephen Medlar, Leon and Colin Bailey.Second spot went to Stephen medlar with 8 fish 114pts and 3rd was John Catchpole with 7fish 110pts.Lucky peg went to JC. Please see Simon Bottomley post for individual placings and stats. Next week is on the sand at Mundesley.

Great report Russell, here are the various stats to show that whilst it was a tough match you still all managed to fish with no blanks, better than last weeks match at Caister !You caught 64 fish (50 dabs/11 whiting/3 bass) – 1087 weight points (22lb 10/16oz). Well done Roger for the first full sweep for a long time – winner/biggest round/biggest flat (but shared).Hopefully see you all next week at Mundesley. Simon

NAC Match Report Caister (second avenue) 18th October 2021

Due to shortage of admin at this match only stats available

NAC Match Report Kelling 11th October 2021

NAC Match Report Kelling 11th October 2021  

Pairs match at Kelling doesn’t disappoint !

Eagerly anticipated last night’s match at Kelling, judged by the number of anglers responding to the Facebook invite. In total 20 anglers responded to the invite, great to see the return of Paul Grothier fishing for the first time with the NAC in a few months (years ?). Hopefully, Kelling would wipe out the memory of Walcott’s only 9 fish caught. The draw would be made at the beach car park with 10 paired pegs. So, the big question was who would pair with who.

See stats below for the draw

Kelling had been a successful pairs venue previously, so with an incoming tide, light wind and mild,  it was match on. See Roger Cunningtons’s photo of the view from the end peg and Richard Craske’s sunset.

We kicked off at 6:45pm, fishing for 18+cm, and immediately the bites came with a few Dabs and Bass picked up on the first chuck. As the tide continued to rise more and more Dabs were caught. In total 235 fish carded, of which 215 were Dabs, 12 Bass, the remainder being made up of Flounder, Pout, and a solitary Eel. In total 2570 weight points or 53lb 9/16oz. See fish count by peg. Certainly an impressive haul….well done all.

Individually the biggest Flat went to Russell Taylor with a 31cm Dab from peg 6, the biggest round of a 41cm Bass fell to Neil Haynes on peg 7 …see their cards, a busy night boys !. It was competitive all through the night with a tussle between Peg 6 ( Russell & Pete) and Peg 9 (Nathan and John S) with the winners of the match by a mere 1 weight point or 1/16oz but 3 more fish coming from the boys on Peg 6.

See match result below. No blanks, well done all.

Match Result:

1st          Russell Taylor / Pete Simmons                Peg 6              a total of 37 fish             377 weight points              7lb 14/16oz

2nd         Nathan Drewery / John Spalton              Peg 9               a total of 34 fish             376 weight points               7lb 13/16oz

3rd         Stephen Medlar / Neil Haynes                Peg 7               a total of 28 fish             364 weight points              7lb 9/16oz

For full individual points results see images:

Note – individual scores / points would be added to overall league positions for the winter league. Including biggest flat/round.

NAC Match Report Walcott 4th October 2021

NAC Match Report Walcott 4th October 2021  

Walcott disappoints, “but its great venue (see past results), but nobody told the fish to turn up.”

Could last week’s total of 123 fish caught on the shingle at Weybourne be beaten by our return to Walcott.. When we last fished Walcott in October 2020 we caught 292 fish, with an impressive haul of whiting . (see NAC Match Report Walcott 12th October 2020 | Norfolk Angling Club). So, with last week’s successes and previous track record spirits were high as 16 anglers gathered on the prom at Walcott. We welcomed new angler Marc Lawson for his first Monday night match.

Early photos circulated by 1st arrival John Spalton doing his pre match reconnaissance showed a quiet sea, very little movement and so it stayed that way by 6:00pm when we gathered for the peg draw. However, before the rush to the beach for a hopeful 6:30pm start we took a team photo to celebrate the arrival of the 2021 Hoodies. (See photo). A special thanks to Roger excelling in his Quartermaster role. What a team both front and rear views!

NAC Walcott 4th October 2021

With the tide peaking, but little movement there were no early catches to celebrate, and it looked to be one of those evenings, nice views, cool but no fish. First off, the mark was Ian Childerhouse (peg 13) with a 38cm Bass (55 weight points) was this the start of a run of bass? Simple answer No !. So, Ian picked up the biggest round of the evening. Ok so where were the usual flatties, was there a decent flounder to be caught. Simple answer Yes ….Roger Cunnington (peg 7) picked up the biggest flat with a 30cm Flounder. However, the evenings winner was Leon Smith with end peg number 16 catching 2 fish with a Bass and a Dab achieving  also 55 weight points. But the winner on the evening due to his 2 fish versus Ian’s 1.

With only 9 fish caught in total, with a weight points total of 181 (3lb 12/16oz) it wasn’t a fish fest but it was a good evening, and we were kept cosy by the new team hoodies. Hopefully, next week’s match (11 October 2021) at Kelling will be more productive.

Match Result:

1st          Leon Smith                      peg 16                2               55 weight points (1lb 2/16oz)

2nd         Ian Childerhouse            peg 13                1 fish              55 weight points (1lb 2/16oz)

3rd         Roger Cunnington          peg 7                  2 fish               38cm weight points (13/16oz)

For full individual points results see images:

Club News for members:

  1. All venues, directions and results can be found by searching Norfolk Angling Club website (Norfolk Angling Club | Norfolk’s Premier Angling Club ) for latest information and match reports. If you have a quiet evening, try searching past match results for Walcott or search Kelling in preparation to our next match ……good homework.
  • Did you know that if you order your bait from Rite Gear (Dene) you will not only get a get a discount on the bait whether you are fishing a club match or pleasure fishing, but also discount is also given to all NAC members on tackle and larger purchases such as rods and reels etc. (matching on-line prices). If we do not support or use our local tackle shop, we could lose it.
  • If you would like one of the new hoodies, please contact Roger (£30 members, £40 non-members)
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