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Sea Angling Club

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Last updated

17th Feb 2020

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Our meetings are held at 12-30 on the Sunday before a fishing trip at the Maddocks Sports and Social club, Oakengates, Telford.


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Our Next

Fishing club meeting is

Sun 8th Mar 2020

at 12-30 Hrs

Fishing Trip is

A Wrecking trip

Sat 14th Mar 2020

Boat:- Sally Ann-Jo

Sailing from:- Weymouth at 7-45am

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Mail: contact Kenny-168lb-Skate-Scotland-2017 Phil-117lb-Skate-Scotland-2017 Ziggy 199 lb Skate Scotland Alan B with 3lb 8oz Black bream Phil T with 6lb Lobster

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2019 saw quite a few trips cancelled due to the bad weather conditions again.

However the trips we did get out on were all good days afloat with some good fish being caught.

Hopefully 2020 will be different for us and we get more fishing in than the last few years.

We have booked what we hope will be some fantastic trips for next year weather permitting.

We have booked a new boat, Patricia Rose from Plymouth for some wrecking trips and also some reef trips and look forward to some fantastic trips with the Skipper Andy Bridson and hope it will be a long and pleasant association with him.

On our last trip with Kevin McKie on Size Matters we had a medical emergency, one of our members had chest pains and had to be airlifted off the boat to Rhyl hospital where he had a stent fitted and remained in hospital for 3 days recovering.

I can confirm that he is OK now and very grateful for everyone's assistance.

We would like to thank Kevin for his speedy reaction in calling the Air Ambulance and for everything they did.

I would like to say that you never know what is going to happen while you are at sea but just in case of an unexpected emergency everyone should have an emergency contact number and also a list of medication you are taking somewhere in your tackle box to assist the paramedics if ever something did happen.