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rich last won the day on October 28 2016

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  1. Bob Horne Memorial Flounder comp

    MegaByte - Brian, Keith G Serenity : Tony : Stuie Madness - Martin - Dean - +1 other Reel Bizzy - Dave Evans - Kev Couzens- maybe Jacob Givans Warren Rich & Alun
  2. Bob Horne Memorial - Flounder Comp

    1) Court Jester - Neal, Stuie, Steve Scott 2) MegaByte - Brian, Keith G 3) Kingfisher - Chris, Niggle, Dogfish Dave 4) Fisheagle- Allan and Dave L. 5) Madness - Martin, Dean + That young slim fella - ( Jim THE GNOME ) 6)Reel Bizzy Kev , Jacob and Dave 7) Marichelle - Mick, Crew TBA 8) Alfresco - Sam and Jayden 9) My Babby- Norman, Brian, Dan 10) Warren - Rich & Alun
  3. Flounder comp spaces

    1. Serenity - Tony- Nigel - Jim 2. Lofty. Kayak 3. Geordie Bri . Kayak 4. Madness - Martin - Dean - Daniel (junior) 5. Court Jester - Neil + crew TBA 6. Marichelle- Mick and James ( non member ) 7. Kingfisher - Chris W, Lester McCarthy, Steve S 8. Alfresco Charlie Sam, Jayden (junior) 9. Fisheagle. Allan G, Yann T+ TBA. 10. MegaByte. Brian + TBA 11. Reel Bizzy Kev - Jacob (junior) Dave 12. Warren Rich & Alun
  4. Flounder Comp.

    Having already altered some visits to around to enable me to fish the comp. I feel Anita's patience may wear a little thin if I suggest changing some arrangements around again. Also some people booked in for the flounder comp are already booked in to fish the cod comp on the Sunday. My vote would be to keep it to the Monday. Rich
  5. Flounder Comp.

    1) Court Jester Neal + crew TBA 2) yelo Jacob, Kev, plus more 3) Libby.. Martin c + crew TBA 4) Warren Rich + Alun (we have both re-arranged our days to try and stop Kev winning again)
  6. Flounder Comp.

    Next Wednesday is good for me. Rich
  7. 48 Hour Competition

    Neal 48 / flatfish Comp - Paid Allan Green 48 / flatfish Comp - Paid John Stephenson 48 / flatfish Comp Dave Samuel 48 / flatfish Comp - Paid Stuie 48 / flatfish Comp - Paid Brian flatfish comp Thomas flatfish comp Dave Evans 48/ flatfish comp Tony Deavin + crew? flatfish comp / 48 hr comp TD only Rich Stephens flatfish comp / 48hr comp (shall pay Tony) Nigel Allen 48/flatfish comp Carol and Mike Fox - flatfish comp Chris Witheford - 48 / Flatfish Comp Kev Couzens - 48 / flatfish comp Charlie Chapman - 48hr / Flatfish comps. Sam Chapman - 48hr / Flatfish comps Steve Scott - 48Hr / Flatfish comps.
  8. Cod Flatfish Ray Comp - 17th Nov

    Many thanks Tony for a most enjoyable day out on Serenity. The first mark eventually had an assortment of club boats on it. One with an outboard "Fisheagle," another with a mast and lots of canvas "Frisky Fox," and of course us in a proper boat. The fishing was very slow with a couple of whiting and plenty of dogfish being the only things landed. The target species were nowhere to be seen. Fortunately the banter and copious amounts of coffee helped keep spirits up. Despite a slight diversion on the way to the second mark we soon had the anchor down and Tony pulled in a small ray so it looked as if things were going to look up. The only things looking up after that were dozens of dogfish looking up at the side of Serenity. With the light fading we headed back. No prizes for anyone on this trip. Rich
  9. Police in the harbour

    This was sent to me by a person involved with the security at a local yacht Club. This can only be good news. " I attended a meeting of Poole Harbour Watch this morning at which the new Police Commissioner was present and there is good news for boat owners. He has kept his promise and the Marine Police Section will remain in existence in Poole. There will be one Sergeant and two full time Constables supported by, initially, 7 Special Constables ( already trained) with more to come when trained. Indeed we may well see more patrols in the Harbour as the PHC have agreed that the harbour patrol vessel may carry Police Officers for much of the time it is on patrol." Rich
  10. Flounder Comp - this Sunday

    1) Court Jester - Neal, Stuie, Brian (aka Cabin Boy) 2) Kingfisher - Chris, Stu (non member) Jim Davies 3] Alfresco - Charlie, Graham [room for more if anyone wants to join us] 4] Serenity - Tony, Martin 5] Wight Magic-Dave ,Kev 6) Warren - Rich, Alun
  11. Flounder comp

    Tony, Following our conversation I have added my name to the list. We can't both blank two years running.......can we? Rich
  12. Flounder Comp - this Sunday

    1) Court Jester - Neal + crew TBA 2) Serenity - Tony + Rich 3) MegaByte - Brian + Mark + Thomas and Tamzin (Juniors) 4] Wight Magic -Dave- Kev 5) Lofty,Barto, Geordie Bri.( kayak group)
  13. Rod holders for sale

    All now sold. Rich
  14. Rod holders for sale

    I have a set of 4 rod holders for sale. They are the rail mounted multi position type. They usually sell for about
  15. Stolen outboards

    Not sure if this has already been posted elsewhere, but it's worth repeating. This week about midnight on Tuesday 13th Noevmber, a number of large outboards engines were stolen from boats at from a boat yard at Christchurch. Extensive examination of CCTV shows that 2 slim males arrived and checked out the premises the previous day for some time, before returning later that evening and apparently hiding tools and equipment required near to the yard. The offenders then remained overnight nearby before leaving in the early hours of the morning. The same vehicle was seen to return about 11pm on Tuesday whereby they broke into the yard and removed and stole outboards engines. They were in the yard for over 2 hours, just out of view of CCTV. Planks, wheelbarrows and tools were brought to the scene to assist them with the theft. It is quite likely that the offenders are not local and may have travelled to the area. In the past when this has happened, similar thefts have occurred in Dorset in the following weeks, in particular Ridge Warfe at Wareham and Shell Bay Marine, but maybe others as well. Attached are three CCTV images of the vehicle believed to be involved which is quite distinctive. The vehicle is Turquiose Blue in colour and is believed to be a Seat Alhambra (Could be a VW Sharan). The observant amoungst you, will see that a distinctive feature at the time was, that it only had one silver hub cap on the front nearside. The other three wheels are black. If a similar or matching vehicle is seen around marina's or yards, please make a discrete note of the registration number and description of occupants and contact Dorset Police immediately quoting crime number C:12:D:048017 as Police would obviously like to speak to the occupants of the vehicle. It is NOT necessary to ask for the marine section directly as a local response officer will be sent to deal initially PC 1521 Tristan Oliver Dorset Police Marine Section, Poole Officer in Case for the crime PC 1002 Anderson Dorset Police Marine Section. Poole Rich