This is the first year this competition has been sponsored by the Whitby Sea Anglers Forum, the date of the competition is November 10th untill Sunday November 18th inclusive. With a top prize of £1000 for the angler with the heaviest cod caught over the week, this competition should be a major success. Three boats are in the competition : Sea Otter 2, Mistress, and Never can tell A. All these boats have sponsored the event and deserve your support. Fishing times are 8am till 4pm each day. There also prizes for 2nd and 3rd heaviest cod, as well as a prize for the heaviest fish of any other species. There is also a bonus prize for the heaviest bag of fish in the competition, as well as £50 for the heavist cod on the day. So come lads, uptiding is great fun, catching quality fish in shallow water. Twenty pound+ cod have been caught here at Whitby whilst using the uptiding method. The fish are certainly there to be caught this year and we are anticipating some big catches. Entry fee is £5 per angler, plus your boat charter fee . There is some fantastic prize money up for grabs, and only 3 boats can fish in this competition so its 1st come first served book early. Uptiding Competition Prizes 1st Heaviest Cod £1000 2nd Heaviest Cod £150 3rd Heaviest Cod £100 Heaviest Bag Of Cod Over The Competition £100 Heaviest Any Other Species, All Legal Size Fish Are Eligible £100 Daily Prize For Heaviest Cod £50 Boats And Contact Details Sea Otter 2, Tel : 07748705695 Website Here Mistress, Tel : 07977436903 Website Here Never Can Tell A, Tel : 01287 660118 OR 07790955604 Website Here Sponsors for this competition are as follows: Whitby Sea Anglers Forums Sea Otter 2 Mistress Never Can Tell A Frank Cope Fr Engineering Projects Ltd, Derby UK phone 01332 870160 mobile 07980 010872 H+E Electrical Services G+R Elecrical services. Further Reading On Our Site And Facebook Page Mistress Pictures - Click here Uptiding - Click Here Winter Uptiding Festival Mistress - Click Here Sea Otter 2 - Click Here Sea Otter 2 Photo Gallery - Here Here are a few snaps of cod being caught uptiding only a few hundred yds from the shore in winter. 28LB Cod caught 300yds from the shore. paul.