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Filey Brigg Angling Society Annual Fishing Festival 2011 Including RESULTS

Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by wec, Aug 20, 2011.

  1. Jellyworm

    Jellyworm Rockling

    Well done Iain, that lad Mr Medd can snickle out those silver bars in the matches (Out Newton in the European open).

    Some pleasant conditions for tomorrow forecast...hello hurricane Katia !
  2. mww

    mww Rockling


    Haha yes he was a touch quiet Mart, he didn't leave empty handed though walked off with a pot bouy

    I could have saved him the bother, there's one behind my garage...

  3. DJG

    DJG Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    Steve's cod of 9lb 1oz today in the Saturday HSF Match
  4. robq

    robq Rockling

    Jesus :scare:

    Well done Paul Medd :yes: Thats one hell of a bass !!
  5. cps

    cps Rockling

    ye crackin fish
    all that hard work hours and hours of trying marks at difernt stages of tide findin where those big ones live :laugh: :laugh:
    that or follow those that have done the hard work :cheesy:
  6. ducky

    ducky maybe one day...

    Well done to the Welsh lad. you showing the old man up again. :laugh: big billy bass that.
  7. SJG

    SJG Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    haha less of the name calling ducky, yorkshire bred, but cheers anyway :p absolutely cracking silver bar there to take the trophy, amazing fish. Lots of other nice bass out aswell today which was nice to see, looking forward to seeing what comes out tomorrow now, tight lines, Ste
  8. ducky

    ducky maybe one day...

    Haha ste, just don't you show your old man up any more. You have to let old people get a look in. Is it strange not fishing out the boot of your mates car. Lol
  9. Jellyworm

    Jellyworm Rockling

    Anyone know the results of the final shore match of the festival ?
  10. wec

    wec Nunc est biben dum

    Filey Fishing Festival 2011 Shore Match Results

    Day 9 Sunday 11th September 2011

    North of England Codling Championship
    The Late Sir Dennis Bayley Challenge Cup (PENN Sea League Match)
    Sponsored by Dixon’s Discount Warehouse Ltd

    Class 1:

    1. Paul Westmoreland (Easington), 18-11-8
    2. Richard Cappleman (Filey), 15-11-4
    3. Chris Anderson (Bridlington), 15-2-3
    4. Jeremy Robinson (filey), 14-7-7
    5. Mark Jackson (York), 14-2-3
    6. Mick Wright (Hornsea), 13-6-1
    7. A Cask (Whitby), 11-4-1
    8. Andy Crowe (Scarborough), 10-10-2
    9. Phil Arlis (Filey), 9-15-4
    10. Dave Beilby , 9-14-1
    11. Andy Colling, 9-8-5
    12. Jamie Haxby, 8-9-6
    13. Ray Maddison, 7-12-0
    14. Rob Allson (Loftus), 7-8-6
    15. D Swann (Sunderland), 7-4-7
    16. Shane Nesbitt, 6-15-3
    17. Pete Dunn, 6-13-0
    18. Matt Jenkinson, 6-1-7
    19. Ian Thompson, -4-3-9
    20. Dave Medd, 4-2-1

    Ladies: The Richard Henry Marshall Memorial Shield
    No lady weighed in

    Visitor: The Late S G Baker Memorial Trophy

    Paul Westmoreland (Easington), 18-11-8

    Juvenile Class: The Rotherham Trophy

    1. Matthew Colling 2-5-4 (Cod)
    2. Dean Sutton, 1-1-0 (Cod)
    3. Declan Cornwall, 2-2-1 (Mackerel)
    4. Josh Harris, 0-11-2 (Flattie)

    Heaviest cod caught today: The R Haxby Memorial Trophy
    Richard Cappleman, 6-2-0

    Over 60’s
    Mick Wright, 13-6-1

    1. Richard Cappleman, 6-2-0
    2. A Cask (Whitby)

    134 Competitors

    (Sorry for the delay in posting the results, there was some excellent entertainment laid on at the weigh in last night, none other than Mr Paul Tilly.........................therefore Mr BB was bopping about til they kicked him out, by which time me and the computer were both in the land of nod & Mr BB is not allowed to be drunk in charge of a computer! :whistle:) -Mrs BB
  11. wec

    wec Nunc est biben dum

    Filey Fishing Festival 2011 Shore Match Special Results

    Shore Angler of the week
    Jeremy Robinson – 30 points

    Most points gained in the week by a juvenile (15 mile radius)
    Rhys Colling – 10 points

    Heaviest Cod caught during shore competitions
    Steve Gyte, 9-1-8

    Heaviest fish caught during shore competitions by a juvenile
    Matthew Colling, 3-9-8

    Heaviest catch of codling in any one day (shore)
    Andy Crowe, 21-0-5

    Heaviest catch in any one match by a juvenile
    Rhys Colling, 13-9-9

    Heaviest aggregate for shore fishing for a Class 1 competitor (25 mile radius)
    Richard Cappleman, 97-12-4

    Heaviest aggregate weight of fish by a juvenile

    Rhys Colling, 26-0-0

    Heaviest Pollack

    Mark Colling, 6-6-5

    Heaviest flat fish
    Trevor Watkins, 1-1-0

    Heaviest bass over 5lb caught in shore competitions
    Paul Medd, 9-12-8

    Presidents Trophy presented to a FBAS committee member
    Mark Colling

    Overall Festival angler (both shore and boat)
    Terry Holmes 44 points
  12. ducky

    ducky maybe one day...

    Well done Mr Robinson.
  13. wec

    wec Nunc est biben dum

    Filey Fishing Festival 2011 Boat Match Special Results

    Boat angler of the week
    Terry Holmes 38 points

    Heaviest single cod
    Adrian Colling 14-10

    Heaviest fish of the week by a visitor
    Steve Ball, 5-10

    Heaviest single fish by a boat club member

    Adrian Colling, 14-10 (Cod)

    Heaviest flat fish
    Richard Farnell 1-1

    Heaviest catch of codling in any one day
    Tom Crooks, 78-11

    Heaviest aggregate in boating competitions by a lady
    Mandy Gage 20-12

    Heaviest aggregate by a local competitor (25 mile radius)
    Terry Holmes 259-3

    Heaviest aggregate for the week by a local competitor who has not won a major prize (including specials, 5 mile radius of Filey Railway Station)
    Martin Dixon 191-1

    Heaviest aggregate for the week by a senior citizen
    Joe Matthews 85-10

    Overall festival angler (awarded to the angler gaining the highest number of points entering boat and shore matches on any day may claim their highest points from both matches)
    Terry Holmes 44 points
  14. Baramundi Bob

    Baramundi Bob Super Leeds United !!!

    Thanks for taking the time to post the results and pictures. As of typing this there are 2700 hits for this topics which illustrates the interest for the festival. A big well done to all involved in organising and fishing this fantastic event in the north east fishing calendar
  15. Steve

    Steve Rockling

    apart from the brigg where the majority of the big mackeral catches came from, where was the main area for the cod to be caught. and where did the bigger fish come from.

    can any one shed some light on this for us
  16. Lobbers

    Lobbers phwwore i love gwen stefani me like

    well done rich cappleman getting 2nd, me and dave were on the brigg end with him and he dikced the pair of us, he cant cast for tihs iether , max 45 yard blobs, but the boy catches fish , well done agaain bose :yes: :yes:
  17. cps

    cps Rockling

    you got no where they live give it another 30 years and may be ready lol
    must have been a blobing day , think he spent thursday night groundbaiting his storage pen to ready for sunday
  18. wec

    wec Nunc est biben dum

    bosum was top pupil at the disco school of casting, :cheesy:
  19. cps

    cps Rockling

    disco would have to clip down to cast as far a bose :laugh:
  20. MFC

    MFC Blenny

    paul, lessons to be learnt,when in rome do as the romans do .good job bose had a strong wind behind him so he could reach the fish at 45 yards !

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