Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by Peeping John, Jul 17, 2007.
will I be ok to arrive late ? I cant get there untill around 10.30. :
yep thats no prob,as long as i know . take care when entering
No probs Glenn, it will give the guy,s a bit of time to do a risk assesment ;D
As long as they all stand in front they should be ok
You can,t be that bad if you're the WHITBY CLUB CHAMPION 8)
These are rules posted by John Ward to another topic.
Main running line
0.35mm line- 175/200gm
0.31mm line- 150gm
0.28mm line- 125gm
0.25mm line- 100/75/50gm
all running lines to be high visibility eg; red/green/yellow etc
leaders to be high visibility; eg red /yellow etc
oval splits ,or similar
3/4,5,6,7 oz leads etc are not manditory weights and can,t be used
50gm,75gm 100gm,125gm,150gm,175gm,200gm ,dca leads will be available to buy at the event
Membership Ã‚Â£10 until may 08,includes first event fee
Ã‚Â£5 for members for each event thereafter
Ã‚Â£8 for daycasters
juniors under 18 free
is this event still on -march 23rd- 2008 and anyone going (could do with some advice :sad: :cheesy
Yes Mike the next event is the 23rd , there will be plenty of lads there to give you any instruction should you want it ,including 3 or 4 Sea angler casting instructors. We will also be starting our practice nights at Kirkleathem shortly if youd prefer that .
sounds great -thanks arc. ps when do the practice nights start.
I'll post on here when we start but as a guide its usually as soon as the clocks go on .
is the casting at stranraer finished arc?
Hello Steve ,the SSA are now casting at Ayr at the moment , theres a chance there will be some casting at the cults Castle Kennedy this summer I'll Pm you mate and let you know when i get any dates .
Looks like a good day out lads.
i am hoping to get some tuition soon from Bob.
But will definately attend one of the meetings to have go.
anybody got the results from the last round on the 23rd march
is that the one http://www.nesa.co.uk/forums/comp-results/17524-nesa-23-3-08-a.html
i got a new pb :yes: for - having me van stuck in the mud for the longest time :cry: :embarrass:
Here you are steve .
As stolen from elsewhere
Andy Byron 254-2-8 125gm
Andy Champkin 253-2-5 125gm, 237-1-10 150gm
John Brimblecombe 249-0-6 125gm, 242-0-5 150gm
John Ward 244-2-8 125gm, 243-2-0 150gm
Andy Hooper 244-0-8 150gm
Bob Collins 241-0-11 125gm
Ian Render 240-1-9 125gm pb, 226-1-3 150gm
Jamie Blakeman 240-1-6 150gm
Tom Leck 239-2-7 pb 150gm, 235-0-8 175gm pb
Baz Blakeman 239-2-0 125gm
Will Powell 235-2-3 125gm, 211-1-0 75gm cr
Pete Ingham 227-0-10 125gm, 217-0-0 150gm, 224-2-8 75gm
Justin Liddle 219-1-10 125gm
Steve Moyle 214-0-9 150gm pb, 189-2-8 175gm pb
John Morrow ncr
Steve Anderson ncr
Sid Bircher ncr
Bruce Malborough ncr
Chris Coxon ncr
Blue hands was the order of the day !
A wintery 7-19 mph variable northerly wind were the conditions at the March NESA event .Pressure was 1001 falling to 985mb .
Lying snow on the field quickly cleared with glorious sunshine for most of the day with the odd snow blizzard , which meant run for cover when it came.
Andy Byron displayed some fabulous casting and winning the event closely followed by Hull caster Andy Champkin , well done lads ,a very close contest.
New Members Tom Leck and Steve Moyle, both got stuck in ,achieving pb,s ,
congratulations lads. I hope everyone enjoyed today (I certainly did, the crack was outstanding as usuall ) despite the weather .
Thanks for coming
North East Surfcasting Association
Is there a list of events for 2008 available yet ? :wink:
Here you are Glen .
Remaining dates for 2008
Dec 6th (Saturday)
Cheers Bud :happy:. Ill stick them on our calendat
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