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Another win for Haydn Cole during 12th RNLI Annual Fishing Open

The 12th RNLI Annual Fishing Open, organized by members from Pembroke District Angling Club, Osprey Sea Angling Club and Saundersfoot Sea Angling Club, was hold on Sunday 20th Jan on Amroth beach in South Pembrokeshire.

The winning angler, who managed to land a 5 Flounder for 1Kg 940gms, was a Air Ambulance leader from a fortnight formerly Haydn Cole from Lamphey, concealment him a initial esteem of £200.

Second, who had a biggest fish, a Lesser Spotted Dogfish of 835gms, permitting him to collect adult a runner’s adult esteem of £100, was another local, Gwyn Davies from Pembroke Dock.

In third place was a unchanging for these competitions, from Bridgend, Jeff Stephens with 3 Flounder for 960gms, winning him £50. 

Also, this year both a Lady and a Junior managed to import in, a Flounder of 430gms for Finan Williams, concealment him a youth esteem and dual for 670gms concealment Alison George a Ladies prize.

The Pairs Competition was won by Haydn and Mark Bennett, again as 2 weeks previously, with 6 Flounder for 2KG 265gms. Second were Peter Evans and Kevin Hughes with a Dogfish any for 1Kg 475gms and third were Vince Davies and Phil Thomas with 3 Flounder for 1Kg 180gms. 

The Steward’s pull was won by a internal kid though now vital in Aberdeen so had come a prolonged way, Simon Nicholas, who also was one of the  sponsors.

However, a many critical outcome on a day was that a eventuality lifted £687, for a internal lifeboats. 

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