Tough fishing at Kilgore for Menapia anglers
March 8th, 2017 | by Myles Kelly
Big easterlies caused a venue change for the Menapia Sea Angling Club’s latest leg of their masters, fished at the end of February. Furlongs Road, Kilgore was the back up venue and fishing proved hard on the night.
Taking his second win in a row was Joe Carley with 18 fish which included Whiting, Dabs and flounder. Second place went to Paul Roche with 17 fish and in third place was new member Norbet Laktos with 15 fish. Norbet also won the longest fish with a bass of 49cm, one of several caught and released on the night.
Next competition Sunday the 12th Ballyhack area
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