11th Shingle Bank League Competition 14th October 2021.
On Thursday evening 14th October in good weather conditions the club held its 11th Shingle Bank League competition in which 14 club members signed in and 6 weighed in fish consisting of red mullet, dogfish, black bream, silver eel and pollack. 12 fish in total were caught, weighed and released back into the sea for a total weight of 10lb 6 1/2oz. Best fish of the evening was a dogfish of 1lb 7oz caught by Danny Panks.
Results: 1st Danny Panks 3lb 4oz, 2nd Luke Woodford 2lb 11oz, 3rd Chris Ellis 1lb 14.4oz, 4th Ben Daniel 1lb 11 1/4oz,
5th Andy Hopkins 15 1/8oz, 6th Malcolm Stote 2.6oz.
10th Shingle Bank League Competition 16th September 2021.
On Thursday evening the club held its 10th Shingle Bank league competition in very good weather. Fifteen club members signed on for a good evening 's fishing. Fish caught consisted of bass, black bream, blonde and smalleyed rays, conger eels, dogfish, smoothhound and gurnard. A total of nineteen fish were caught, weighed and released back into the sea for a total weight of 47lbs 12 7/8oz. The best fish of the evening was a blonde ray weighing 11lbs 4 1/4oz caught by Ben Daniel.
Rersults: 1st Ben Daniel 4 fish 19lbs 5 5/8oz, 2nd Andy Hopkins 3 fish 7lb 9 3/8oz, 3rd Luke Woodford 1 fish 6lb 3 3/8oz, 4th Malcolm Stote 5 fish 6lb 2 1/8oz, 5th Danny Panks 2 fish 2lb 10oz, 6th Ollie Hopkins 2 fish 2lb 9 7/8oz, 7th Steve Pitman 1 fish 2lb 6 1/4oz, 8th Andy Richmond 1 fish 14 1/8oz.
9th Shingle Bank League Competition 3rd August 2021.
On Tuesday evening 3rd August the club held its 9th Shingle Bank League competition of the year at Milford. This competition was for The Peter Tybinkowski Memorial Shield Trophy. Weather for the evening was breezy with a few showers, but the sea was very weedy. Fifteen club members signed on and nine weighed in fish consisting of bass, black bream and sole. Nineteen fish were weighed on the night for a total weight of 17lbs 3oz. Best fish of the evening was a bass weighing 5lb 15oz caught by Malcolm Stote. Only edible fish are retained. All others are gently returned to the sea after weighing.
Results: 1st Malcolm Stote 3 fish 7lb 3 3/8oz, 2nd Sir Tom Bagnall 2 fish 1lb 10.8oz, 3rd Keith Panks 2 fish 1lb 6oz, 4th Pete Chamberlain 2 fish 1lb 5.2oz,
5th Ed Taylor 2 fish 1lb 4oz, 6th Roland Blomfield 2 fish 1lb 3.8oz, 7th Danny Panks 2 fish 1lb 2oz, 8th Ollie Hopkins 2 fish 1lb 1 7/8oz,
9th Luke Woodford 2 fish 13 3/4oz.
8th Shingle Bank League Competition 19th July 2021.
On Monday evening twelve club members held a Shingle Bank League competition at Milford. The weather for the evening was fine and warm, but sadly there was a lot of weed. Fish caught consisted of black bream and bass. The best fish of the evening was a bass of 3lbs caught by Tom Bagnall. In total thirteen fish were caught and weighed and then released for a total weight of 15lbs 8 3/8oz.
Results: 1st Tom Bagnall 2 fish 4lb 12oz, 2nd Glenn Short 6 fish 3lb 12oz, 3rd Andy Hopkins 3 fish 2l;b 4 3/8oz, 4th Chris Ellis and Malcolm Stote both with 1 fish for 1lb 14oz.