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Penn Amble Open 2016

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PENN AMBLE OPEN 2016

Fishing on Sunday 14th Feb from 9.30am to 2.30pm, weigh-in from 2.30pm to 3.30pm at the Radcliffe Club, Amble.
Registration on the morning at Amble Angling Centre and the Radcliffe Club from 7.30am.
Tickets available in tackle shops shortly, 拢12 all classes.

Main prizes..... Overall winner (heaviest bag)....拢400
........................Heaviest fish..............................拢250
........................Heaviest flatfish.........................Rod from Moonfleet
........................Ladies winner.............................拢50
........................Junior winner..............................拢50 vouchers.
As usual there are other cash prizes for each class, as well as many other prizes for a total fund of approx 拢6000.

Full rules and regs are in the match brochure given out with your ticket.
A major change this year is that CART IS NOW ALLOWED.

Details from Jimmy on 01665 711007, or me on 01665 602034

Many thanks also to Kelly Smailles and the Amble Angling Centre who have kindly agreed to sponsor this years Ladies and Juniors. Much appreciated, as always.
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Where are you allowed to fish from and to
last time i fished it years ago i think it was tynemouth pier to seahouses excluding all the piers. organisers will let you know on the day though.
cheers rab
The boundaries are Seahouses south pier (excluding pier) to the pipe at Lynemouth. Amble pier is open to any disabled angler wanting to fish it, along with a fishing partner.
The Aln and Coquet estuaries are also out of bounds.
OK thanks thinking about fishing it have to do some homework on marks around the area
The area is fishing quite well. One of our lads had a 10lb'er on Sunday, part of an 18lb bag.
Nice sounds like a good night what mark did he fish
last time i fished it years ago i think it was tynemouth pier to seahouses excluding all the piers. organisers will let you know on the day though.
cheers rab
Thanks bud
Nice sounds like a good night what mark did he fish
Hauxley.
Thanks my father in-law lives in Hadston he's just started fishing aging
Thanks my father in-law lives in Hadston he's just started fishing aging
A few of our members live there too. He should think about joining the club. He'll enjoy it.
Thanks for posting the poster
What are the best marks to fish on low water 2 down 2 back up that way
What are the best marks to fish on low water 2 down 2 back up that way
Take your pick of almost any of the rock marks.
Hauxley, Amble, Alnmouth, Boulmer, Howick, Cullernose, Craster, Beadnell.
They've all fished OK this winter.
OK thanks that's very helpful looking forward to fishing it might have a ride up this weekend nd have a scout about
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