ANGLING

THE Fishing For Everyone Ladies Fishing Club visited Whinney Loch on Sunday.

Seventeen women, including three beginners, attended the event and Deborah Ford, Lucy Bowden and Jenny Lindley offered coaching. Eighteen fish were landed on the day.

The club’s next event will be a junior day on Sunday, October 30, at Chatton Trout Fishery. It will run from noon to 3pm and juniors do not need to have fished before. This will be followed by the club’s AGM at The Percy Arms in Chatton and all members, associates and juniors are welcome to attend.

Amble Sea Angling Club

RESULT: Keith Dunn, six flats, 4lb 11½oz; Jason French, three flats, 2lb 11oz; Jim French, two flats, 2lb; Colin Dawson, two whiting, one flat, 1lb 13¾oz; Tony Cook, one whiting, one flat, 1lb 12¾oz; Alistair Kerr, one whiting, one flat, 1lb 5¾oz; Paul Stone, one flat, 1lb 3oz; John Lee, one coalie, 14¾oz; Craig Taylor, one flat, 13½oz; Gary Arkle, one coalie, 12¾oz; Les Weller, one flat, 10oz; Craig Falkous, one flat, 9¾oz; Shane Price, one flat, 8¾oz; Conor Gray (J), one flat, 7½oz; N Clark (J), one flat, 7oz. Heaviest fish: John Lee. Heaviest flatfish: Jim French, 1lb 4¾oz.

The next club meeting is today at the Radcliffe Club, Amble, starting at 7.30pm. New members welcome. All trophies should be returned asap to either Jimmy French or the Amble Angling Centre.

Alnwick Sea Angling Club

EXPECTATIONS were low at the start of Sunday’s match with conditions not ideal for fish. However, Willy Morton had a really good cod of 7lb to win the match and also take the heaviest fish. Ian Hall was second with another good cod of 6lb 4½oz, both excellent results for the conditions. The only other angler to weigh in was Steve Scott with a cod of 1lb 3oz.