Archive for NAC Results
NAC Report 30th December 2019 Sheringham
10 anglers turned out for the last match of 2019, a wise decision was made to walk along past the life boat station and fish on the shingle bank , with high tide being at 9pm it was all set to be a good night with a slight wind but generally flat calm conditions. We were not disappointed with 119 sizeable fish carded for a total weight of 46lb 1/3oz, top rod on the night with 17 fish for 6lb 14 1/3oz was Ian Childerhouse, 2nd place went to Nathan Drewery also with 17 fish and pipped by 2 1/3oz , with 61lb 12oz, and final podium spot went to Ian Wells with 15 fish for 5lb 10 2/3oz. Heaviest round was Ian Childerhouse with a lovely 36cm whiting and heaviest fat went to John Catchpole with a 28cm flounder. All in all a very busy night for all lets hope it continues for the next match at Waxham which will another first time venue.
Happy new year to everyone.
Ian Childerhouse 30pts +5 round
Nathan Drewery 29pts
Ian Wells 28pts
John Catchpole 27pts +5 flat
Neil Rowe 26pts
Andrew Turk 25pts
Barry Iseton 24pts
Simon Bottomley 23pts
Gary Moore 22pts
Chick Roper 21pts
NAC Report 23rd December 2019 Cley
11 anglers braved the latest NAC Match at Cley, with a cold south westerly blowing, pegging was to the left of the car park. Plenty of undersized fish from the off and it was a struggle to find treble shots of good ones. However 52 sizeable fish were carded and no one blanked so always a bonus.
And final podiums spot was John Catchpole making a welcome return after his skiing holiday, with 5 fish for 1lb 14oz.
Next weeks match is at Sheringham, last match of 2019.
Ian Childerhouse 30pts
Richard Hipperson 29pts
John Catchpole 28pts
Kevin Warner 27pts
Nigel William 26pts
Neil Rowe 25pts +5 flat
Chick Roper 24pts +5 round
Andrew Turk 23pts
Sam Ellis 22pts
Gary Moore 21pts
Nathan Drewery 20pts
NAC Report 16th December 2019 Eccles Beach
The Simon “Luggy” Simon Farrow Cup
11 anglers arrived at this new venue for us all (Eccles-on-Sea, Norwich NR12 0SE – just down from Cart Gap) after the driveway from hell we all managed to park up safely in the gap and ready for our latest adventure, pegging was left and right of the slip. Flat calm conditions greeted us with a small swell in close should have meant whiting galore but as the first hour passed and the tide kept on flooding only undersized fish were making a nuisance of themselves with many catching triple shots of what can only be called micro whiting , even an 18cm match we would have struggled.
The night didn’t get much better as high tide came and the ebb started a few sizeable fish were being caught but top rod on the night went to Richard Hipperson on end peg 11 managing to winkle out 4 fish for 1lb 2 2/3oz , 2nd place with 3 fish on peg 8 was Ian Childerhouse with 14oz, and final podium spot went to Nathan Drewery on peg 10 with 2 fish for 10oz, heaviest round fish went to Neil Rowe with a 30cm whiting and heaviest flat was shared between Richard Hipperson and Chick Roper both with a 26cm dab.
In summary it was a pretty dire night with only 16 fish caught between us and two blanking lets hope next weeks match at Cley produces some good fish.
Richard Hipperson 30 +5 flat
Nathan Drewery 28pts
Simon Bottomley 27pts
Neil Rowe 26pts +5 round
Chick Roper 25pts +5 flat
Ian Wells 24pts
Andrew Turk 23pts
Russell Taylor 23pts
Sam Ellis 5pts
Dene Conway 5pts
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Useful to know for those last minute Christmas presents and for planning those over the holiday fishing sessions.
NAC Report 2nd December 2019 Weybourne
13 anglers attended tonight’s match, pegging was to the left of the pipe, a cold evening with a slight swell on a flooding tide predicted good numbers of fish , we were not disappointed, with a total of 123 sizeable fish caught between us again as always with Kelling and Weybourne your either on them or your not and finding the bigger ones can always be a challenge.
Top rod and a welcome return to the podium for Andrew Turk on peg 4 with 13 fish for 5lb 5oz, closely followed by Nathan Drewery on peg 6 with 15 fish for 5lb 4oz and final podium spot went to Ian Wells on peg 2 with 12 fish for 4lb 15 2/3oz, biggest flat went to Richard Hipperson with a nice 29cm dab, and biggest round went to Ian Wells with a 35cm whiting, total weight caught between us all was 46lb 7 1/3oz, well done to everyone who braved the cold night.
Next weeks match is at Overstrand but we are keeping an eye on the weather front, all will be notified if any changes occur.
Andrew Turk 30pts
Nathan Drewery 29pts
Ian Wells 28pts +5 round
John Catchpole 27pts
Ian Childerhouse 26pts
Leon Smith 25pts
Nigel William 24pts
Dene Conway 23pts
Roger Cunnington 22pts
Barry Iseton 21pts
Richard Hipperson 20pts +5 flat
Simon Bottomley 19pts
Neil Rowe 18pts
NAC Report 25th November South Beach Yarmouth
As always with the further afield matches numbers were a bit down, 15 booked in but only 13 managed to make it for various reasons. Fishing over high water we pegged left and right in between the pleasure park and premier inn. Not a long walk and fairly comfortable fishing if you like sand getting into places you never knew you had places.
Anyway onto the match for most from the off the fish were there but the majority were undersized with many whiting coming enticingly close to 27cm and the same with the dabs, trying to find the better sized fish in amongst the hoards of kamikaze tings did make for hard work, but everyone did manage to find at least one. Andrew Turk also managed a bass close in but again under the size limit. in the end 48 sizeable fish were recorded but you could probably triple that with the small ones. Again the start of the match we set up in a light drizzle and a slight chop on the sea, but luckily the rain eased off and this made for a a tough but enjoyable evening.
Top rod on the night was Ian Childerhouse with 7 fish for 2lb 4 1/3oz, joint second place was Dene Conway & John Harvey both with 6 fish for 2lb dead, which meant 4th place went to Simon Bottomley with 5 fish for 1lb 12 2/3oz.
Heaviest flat was Ian Childerhouse with a 27cm dab and heaviest round was shared between Neil Rowe & Nathan Drewery both with a 32cm whiting. Onto the filling out of cards correctly, please make sure you get your card signed off at the end of the match and weight converted, if unsure please ask, in the club we are not strict but we want everyone to get into the habit of this because if you fish a bigger open you could easily be disqualified, this also helps us at the end of the match getting the results done quickly, if unsure please ask we are here to help.
Next weeks match is at Weybourne please book in once post has been done in Facebook group.
Ian Childerhouse 30pts +5 flat
Dene Conway 29pts
John Harvey 29pts
Simon Bottomley 27pts
Neil Rowe 26pts +5 round
Nathan Drewery 26pts +5 round
John Catchpole 24pts
Chris Beare 23pts
Chick Roper 22pts
Ian Wells 22pts
Roger Cunnington 22pts
Andrew Turk 19pts
Sam Ellis 19pts
Cley/Sea Palling 18/11/19
This mondays match was scheduled for Cley but due to the wind direction creating quite a swell on the shingle beaches it was decided to move the match to Sea Palling as we had only fished this beach on an ebb tide and was keen to find out how it fished on the flood, also the lagoons should provide a bit of shelter from the on coming waves giving everybody a better chance of finding and recording some fish.
Once at our usual parking spot it soon became clear that we would not be able to fish, as with 4 hours before high the water was allready up against the rocks so we moved down to the slip way and 12 of us fished to the left.
The match was allready scheduled to be a length only but not knowing how it would fish we decided to make it an 18cm.
Conditions where far from ideal with rain, hail and some vey strong gusts of wind at times it made fishing very difficult but the fish where there and it was just a case of persaverance.
With the match in full swing and for some plenty of fish coming out word came down that the water was starting to break against the slip way and there was a good chance we would not make it of the beach so after just
1 3/4 hours of fishing the match was halted and we made it of the beach just in time.
On to the results, in 3rd place was Neil Rowe with a total lenght of 316cm,
2nd was Mr consistant, Ian Childerhouse with 400cm and winning for a 2nd time in a row was Nathan Drewery with 510cm also finding the biggest flat, a 28cm Dab. Biggest round went to Andy Bunn with a 32cm Whiting.
Nathan Drewery 30+5 pts
Ian Childerhouse 29pts
Neil Rowe 28pts
Russell Taylor 27pts
Andrew Turk 26pts
Andrew Bunn 25+5pts
Billy Rush 24pts
John Catchpole 23pts
Tyler Rush 22pts
Sam Ellis 21pts
Ian Wells 20pts
Simon Bottomley 5pts
NAC Report Monday 11th November KellingThe Joc Goudie Matchmans Trophy21 anglers braved the 30 to 40 mile an hour winds predicted by the forecasters, how wrong they were, yes it was windy but easily fish-able with the wind in a WSW direction meaning it was coming over from your left shoulder, slight drizzle and fairly chilly to say the least, the sea state had a slight chop in close but again no weed and this time plenty of fish for all.Pegging was as normal left and right of the car park but as always with this venue your either on the fish or your not, the whole venue holds pockets of fish at various distances and if you get in among them fish hard and fast. The winter species have certainly arrived in numbers, fishing an unfavorable tide an hour after high we expected a slow start, but as the match went on plenty of sizeable and undersized fish were caught and released. Top rod on the night and a first time 1st place for Nathan Drewery on end peg 21 with 20 fish for 8lb 8 1/3oz and now the 2019 Joc Goudie Matchmans cup winner, well done.Second podium spot went to Richard “The Coach” Hipperson on peg 16 with 17 fish for 7lb 5 2/3oz including a cracking 42cm whiting. Final podium spot went to Leon Smith on peg 8 with 19 fish for 6lb 7 1/3oz. A total of 224 fish were caught for a total weight of 77lb 3 1/3oz, heaviest round on the night was Richard Hipperson with a whiting of 42cm and heaviest flat fish went to Ian Childerhouse with a 29cm dab, well done to all who fished , next weeks match is at Cley please book in early , we should have plenty of rag, lug and yellowtails available.Please note now that numbers of fish are up, everyone needs to fill out their match cards clearly and get them signed off from the person next to you, if unsure please speak to one of the committee and we will happily show you, also please note when its busy its always preferred if you go to the person on your right to get card signed unless they are reeling in, or away from peg, this makes things fair for all involved, please also make sure fish are returned in front of the person signing and you must return the fish yourself if in doubt please ask.Please book in early for next weeks match.
Nathan Drewery 20 fish – 8lb 8 2/3oz 30pts
Richard Hipperson 17 fish – 7lb 5 2/3oz 29pts +5 round
Leon Smith 19 fish – 6lb 7 1/3oz 28pts
Dene Conway 16 fish – 5lb 14 1/3oz 27pts
Ian Childerhouse 14 fish – 5lb 8 2/3oz 26pts +5 flat
Ian Wells 15 fish – 5lb 7oz 25pts
Simon Bottomley 15 fish – 5lb 3oz 24pts
Andrew Bunn 12 fish – 4lb 15 1/3oz 23pts
Russell Taylor 13 fish – 4lb 10 2/3oz 22pts
Alan Tew 10 fish – 4lb 2 2/3oz 21pts
Billy Rush 12 fish – 4lb 20pts
Roger Cunnington 11 fish 3lb 8 2/3oz 19pts
Chick Roper 10 fish – 3lb 3oz 18pts
Dave Mathers 8 fish – 2lb 14oz 17pts
John Catchpole 9 fish – 2lb 10oz 16pts
Barry Iseton 6 fish – 2lb 15pts
Tyler Rush 4 fish – 1lb 13 2/3oz 14pts
Sam Ellis 5 fish – 1lb 10 2/3oz 13pts
Roy Sadler 4 fish – 1lb 8oz 12pts
Johnathan Trivett 5 fish – 1 lb 6 2/3oz 11pts
Neil Rowe 10pts 2 fish – 8 2/3oz
NAC Report 4th November Mundesley
17 anglers for tonight’s Mundesley match , pegging was as always left and right of the slip, we had high hopes for tonight’s match and the majority were not disappointed, with 123 sizeable fish recorded and plenty undersized. Conditions for this time of year couldn’t have been better, no wind, no rain and no weed for the most part, fishing a flood tide saw top rod on the evening Billy Rush card 16 fish for 6lb 2 2/3oz , closely followed by Ian Wells in second podium spot with 12 fish for 6lb 1 1/3oz, final podium spot went to Nathan Drewery with 13 fish for 4lb 8oz. Heaviest round went to Andrew Bunn with a 44cm bass and heaviest flat went to Leon Smith again with a flounder of 29cm, well done t o all who fished, as the results show if you were not on the fish then you struggled, finding gulleys and using watercraft can sometimes make a big difference to your results.
Next weeks match is the Joc Goudie Matchmans Trophy match at Kelling.
Billy Rush 30pts
Ian Wells 29pts
Nathan Drewery 28pts
Roger Cunnington 27pts
Russell Taylor 26pts
Dene Conway 26pts
Ian Childerhouse 24pts
Andrew Bunn 23pts +5 round
John Catchpole 22pts
Dave Mathers 21pts
Leon Smith 20pts +5 flat
Martin Wheeldon 19pts
Emma Princess Roberts 18pts
Neil Rowe 17pts
Chris Roberts 16pts
Simon Bottomley 15pts
Chick Roper 5pts