Whitby Sea Anglers Association Season 2004-2006

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Whitby Sea Anglers Association Season 2004-2006


This years top 8 from the clubs 31 members are as follows.

1st Neil Ingliss 196Lb 04oz 148 Fish
2nd Dennis Thompson 192Lb 02oz 76 Fish
3rd Glenn Kilpatrick 156Lb 08oz 75 Fish
4th Brian Harland 141Lb 13oz 77 Fish
5th William Atkinson 141Lb 06oz 68 Fish
6th Dave Perret 130Lb 03oz 104 Fish
7th C Stainthorpe 110Lb 02oz 70 Fish
8th P Mead 109Lb 11oz 94 Fish

Heaviest Bag and Fish Of The Month

Heaviest Fish Heaviest bag
October G Kilpatrick 9LB 2oz N Ingliss 17LB-7oz
November P Mead10LB 15oz G Kilpatrick16lb-13(6)
December G Kilpatrick 8 LB N Ingliss 13lb-2oz(18)
January D Perret 6 LB 8 oz
February B Vasey 11-0 B Harland 23 lB 5 OZ (02/02/05)

Season Winners

Heaviest Fish B Vasey 1-0 On20th Feb 2005
Heaviest Bag B Harland 24 Pound On 2nd Feb 2005
Most Fish Neil Ingliss – 121
Heaviest Fish Outside Of a Club Match G Kilpatrick 8 LB 4 oz
Singles Knockout B Harland


Whitby sea anglers entered 2 teams into this seasons Yorkshire fours knockout competition. Fished on a singles knockout format teams from across Yorkshire compete against each other for the Yorkshire fours trophy.

Dennis Thompson, Colin Stainthorpe, Rob Allison and Ian Russel were knocked out in the early stages of the competition by a strong Filey team who went on to compete in the final eventually ending up runners up…

Glenn Kilpatrick, Paul Kilpatrick, Neil Ingliss and Mike Vasey (replaced by George Middlemass when Mike Broke his ankle) reached the Semi final but were defeated by a Scarborough team of Chris Scaife, Andy Crowe, Monty Burton and Mal Skelton. Coincidentally, to date this Scarborough Team have never been beaten whilst competing within this competition.

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Site Administrator Glenn Kilpatrick has a passion for all types of sea angling. Past winner of the Whitby Sea Anglers fishing club on 2 occasions, Glenn now mainly focuses on summer fishing with bass and pollack being his favoured target fish. Glenn now also prefers Kayak Fishing over any other type of Sea Fishing.

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