Match day 7 NIFSA league sponsored by DAIWA.
We had 58 anglers due to fish this match of which 55 turned up, which is one of the biggest fields shore match angling has seen in Northern Ireland in a while.
The venue was sunny Benone where a straight southerly breeze meant the wind was on our backs and kept the temperature very mild for November.
We fished two hours to top of tide and three down, though the tide didn't move an awful lot.
Species caught were flats, turbot, bass and coalfish.
1st Harry McKee Jnr 7 fish for 205pts
2nd Nicholas Mcneill 7 fish 201pts
3rd Al Williams 5 fish 136 pts
4th Andrew Ferguson Ferguson 4 fish 108pts
5th Darren James McHenry 4 fish 104pts
6th Cameron Gilbert 3 fish 74pts
7th Barry Platt 2 fish 66pts
8th Garry Gregg Gregg 2 fish 62pts
9th Karl Agnew Agnew 2 fish 61pts
10th Grant Stevens Stevens 2 fish 59pts
1st Diarmiad Adams 7 fish 195pts
2nd Colin Reilly Reilly 7 fish 185pts
3rd Ian Kennedy 4 fish 107pts
4th Stephen Hodge Hodge 3 fish 79pts
5th Dean Harkin 3 fish 74 pts
6th Paddy O'boyle 3 fish 71pts
7th Jordan Kelly 2 fish 66pts
8th Eddie Brennan 2 fish 63pts
=9th Jonny Henry Henry 2 fish 58pts
=9th Andy Cleeve Cleeve 2 fish 58pts
Longest flat 36cm flounder Rath Leslie Leslie.
Longest round 40cm coalie Ronnie Andrews.
The prize for smallest fish, £50 which was sponsored by our absent friend Jānis Liseckis was shared amongst five anglers who got a tenner each.
The prize pool for this match was £1450 with zone winners getting £100 each along with longest fish winners.
The rest of the money was paid out down the zones to tenth place.
The guys that drew pegs 1 and 56 got free membership for next year, sponsored by Gil Leighton of ‘Blinds Galore’
The guy that drew peg 31 won a beach rod sponsored by Belfast Angling Centre.
Fishing wasn't great but the weather, turnout and prize table was and it was also great to see some new anglers going home with white envelopes.
Well done all. If you want to be part of our Federation just contact this page and we will get you sorted. 🎣🎣🎣💯