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EASTERN - Wallasea 7th June 2019
    
2019 Qualifiers - 
 N. Ling, K. Mower & D. Williams 

LONDON - Wallasea 7th June 2019

Qualifiers 2019 - G. McCain, S. Doherty & S. Fitzpatrick

MIDLANDS - 

2019 Qualifiers - B. Poole, D. Watson & M. Johnson 

SOUTH WEST - 

2021

1st Leg - Minehead

11th June 2021

No of Species

Points

2nd Leg - Minehead

24th September 2021

No of Species

Points

Total Points

 

Qualifiers

Clive Baddick

2 bull huss, 2 conger,

15 dogfish, 1 smoothound

4

58

2 conger, 2 dogfish, 1 tub, 3 poorcod, 5 pout, 1 ray, 4 smoothound, 6 tope,

12 whiting

9

147

205

 

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Les Bradbeer

1 conger, 10 dogfish, 2 pollack,

3 poorcod, 1 scad, 4 smoothound

6

82

1 bull huss, 4 dogfish, 3 tub, 2 pout,

1 ray, 4 smoothound, 4 tope, 2 whiting

8

114

196

 

Martin Bray

Did Not Fish

-

-

Did Not Fish

-

-

-

 

Kevin Cromwell

3 conger, 3 dogfish,

2

21

Did Not Fish

-

-

21

 

Andy Daniels

1 bull huss, 1 conger, 10 dogfish,

1 poorcod, 1 pout, 1 smoothhound, 1 ballan.

7

66

1 bull huss, 3 conger, 3 dogfish,

3 poorcod, 4 pout, 2 ray, 1 tope,

1 whiting

8

92

158

 

Chris Denton

2 bull huss, 1 conger, 3 dogfish,

1 poorcod, 3 scad

5

50

1 bass, 1 bull huss, 2 dogfish,

3 poorcod, 2 pout, 1 ray,

2 smoothound,

7

68

118

 

Rob Garton

13 dogfish, 3 smoothound

2

33

5 conger, 1 dogfish, 1 poorcod, 1 pout, 3 tope, 3 whiting

6

80

113

 

Steve Harries

3 conger, 15 dogfish, 2 poorcod,

2 pout, 1 Not Listed

5

67

3 conger, 3 dogfish, 6 poorcod,

9 pout, 1 ray, 2 smoothound, 8 tope,

4 whiting

8

136

203

R

Tony Hiscock

6 dogfish, 5 pollack

4 poorcod, 1 pout

4

56

Did Not Fish

-

-

56

 

Ian McLean

2 bullhuss, 1 conger, 15 dogfish,

2 poorcod, 1 scad, 2 smoothound,

1 ballan

7

83

6 conger, 2 dogfish, 1 tub, 4 poorcod, 5 pout, 5 ray, 2 smoothound,

6 whiting

8

138

221

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Micky Morris

2 conger 15 dogfish, 1 pout,

1 scad, 1 not listed

5

49

2 conger, 3 dogfish, 5 poorcod,

6 pout, 2 ray, 1 smoothound, 1 tope,

7 whiting, 1 not listed

9

118

167

 

Graham Morrison

3 bullhuss, 2 conger, 6 dogfish,

1 tub gurnard, 1 pollack, 2 scad,

1 smoothound

7

82

2 conger, 2 dogfish, 1 poorcod

2 pout, 2 ray, 4 smoothound, 6 tope,

2 whiting

6

61

143

 

Mike Patten

2 bream, 1 bull huss, 6 conger,

15 dogfish, 2 pollack, 1 pout,

1 smoothound, 1 ballan

8

103

Did Not Fish

-

-

103

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Bill Pink

1 conger, 9 dogfish, 1 ray

3

34

3 conger, 1 dogfish, 1 poorcod, 1 pout,

4

36

70

 

Roy Pink

Did Not Fish

-

-

1 dogfish. 3 poorcod, 1 pout, 1 tope,

1 whiting, 1 not listed

6

47

47

 

Mark Plumpton

1 bullhuss, 15 dogfish, 1 poorcod,

1 scad,1 smoothound,

5

54

1 bass, 2 conger, 3 dogfish, 1 tub,

4 poorcod,4 pout, 3 ray, 2 scad,

1 smoothound, 2 tope, 3 whiting

11

136

190

 

Brian Spalding

Did Not Fish

-

-

Did Not Fish

-

-

-

 

Graham Ward

1 bullhuss, 1 conger, 8 dogfish,

1 pollack, 1 pout,

5

48

1 bull huss, 1 conger, 1 dogfish,

7 pout, 1 smoothound, 2 tope,

8 whiting

7

86

134

 

Andy Whyte

1 bull huss, 1 conger, 15 dogfish,

1 pollack, 1 pout

5

55

Did Not Fish

-

-

55

 

Steve Windsor

Did Not Fish

-

-

Did Not Fish

-

-

-

 

Alan Wood

1 bullhuss, 1 conger, 13 dogfish,

1 pollack, 1 smoothound

5

56

1 bull huss, 3 conger, 2 dogfish, 1 ray,

1 smoothound, 2 tope

6

68

124

 

Ian (Guest)

 

 

 

1 tub, 1 pout, 1 smoothound, 8 whiting

4

44

44

 

2021 Qualifiers -  Mike Patten, Clive Baddick & Ian McLean

SCOTLAND  - 

No qualifier currently being run. If you are a CSSC member in this region would you consider running an event? 

NORTHERN - North Shields 12.05.19

It was a hard day's fishing due to the vastly changeable winds and murky coloured water, but everyone caught fish on a tough day. Qualifying was based on the largest
single fish caught (after a canvas of views on various formats) before the event. The winner was Dave McKenzie's 2lbs 4ozs cod, Dave unfortunately cannot make the 
final due to other commitments. Fish species caught were Cod, Coalfish, Pouting and Poor Cod.

1. Dave Mckenzie
2. John Cuthbert
3. Gareth Johnson
4. Ian Mitchell
5. Mark Chapman

2019 Qualifiers - 
 John Cuthbert, Gareth Johnson & Ian Mitchell. 
SOUTHERN - Weymouth 24.10.19

CSSC Southern Boat Angling Qualifier - Weymouth - Thursday 24th October 2019

Individual Scores

1

Barry Davies

160

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Qualifiers for the National Boat angling Final

2

James Windebank

154

}

Friday 3rd July 2020

3

Ernie Scase

147

}

Milford Haven South Wales

4

Peter Holt

130

5

Chris Chuter

128

6

Nigel Mansfield

122

2020 Southern Region Qualifier

7

Keith Williams

113

Weymouth Friday 26th June 2020

8

Kevin Cromwell

111

9

Mike Harvey

109

10

Mike Summers

106

Bream

Bull Huss

Conger

Dogfish

Garfish

Gurnard

Mackerel

Mullet, Red

Pouting

Ray

Scad

Turbot

Wrasse

No of

Species

Fish

Total

Place

Name

Boat

4

8

10

7

3

5

1

5

1

10

1

10

3

Fish

Points

Points

Points

1

Davies, Barry

Top Cat lll

4

4

1

2

2

5

18

60

100

160

2

Windebank, James

Snapper

10

2

1

1

2

5

5

26

70

84

154

3

Scase, Ernie

Meerkat

5

2

1

5

2

5

20

60

87

147

4

Holt, Peter

Snapper

9

1

2

5

1

4

22

60

70

130

5

Chuter, Chris

Top Cat lll

1

3

1

3

1

5

5

19

70

58

128

6

Mansfield, Nigel

Meerkat

2

3

2

5

5

17

50

72

122

7

Williams, Keith

Meerkat

1

3

1

5

1

1

12

60

53

113

8

Cromwell, Kevin

Snapper

6

1

5

1

5

18

50

61

111

9

Harvey Mike

Meerkat

10

2

1

4

1

18

50

59

109

10

Summers, Mike

Snapper

7

1

1

1

5

1

16

60

46

106

11

Addicot, Jamie

Meerkat

5

2

1

1

1

10

50

51

101

12

Attley, Geoff

Snapper

8

1

1

5

1

16

50

49

99

13

Jackson, Mike

Top Cat lll

2

2

2

2

5

13

50

49

99

14

Park, Ivan

Snapper

2

1

2

3

2

10

50

45

95

15

Whiteley, Paul

Top Cat lll

2

2

4

1

3

12

50

36

86

16

Platt, Neil

Meerkat

1

7

5

1

4

18

50

29

79

17=

Downing, John

Top Cat lll

4

1

4

3

12

40

36

76

17=

Major, Chris

Top Cat lll

3

1

5

3

12

40

36

76

19

Devoy, Mark

Snapper

3

1

4

4

12

40

35

75

20

Edwards, Ian

Top Cat lll

2

2

5

1

10

40

30

70

21

Harris, Martin

Meerkat

4

3

1

8

30

22

52

22

Whyte, Andy

Snapper

5

5

10

20

25

45

23

Thompson, Dave

Top Cat lll

1

5

6

20

12

32

91

6

26

27

2

1

7

1

100

4

3

2

65

335

1120

1145

2265

2020 Qualifiers - B. Davies, J, Windebank & E. Scase

SOUTH EAST - 24.04.19 Dover

2019 Qualifiers -
P Foot, D Pettitt & R Mitchell 
NORTH WEST 

This year’s competition took place out of Rhyl on 27 June, the anniversary of the Battle of Dettingen in 1743, the last occasion on which a reigning British monarch personally led troops in warfare. Who said you learn nothing from reading fishing reports?

Happily, last year’s cancellations due to bad weather were just a memory as the anglers set out in good weather on Jensen, Suveran and Privateer, although the forecast of winds picking up later in the day meant that the last couple of hours would be fished inshore.

After a stop to catch mackerel for bait the competition got underway with each boat having to remain within one and a half miles of one of the others so that the maximum distance between any two boats could not exceed three miles. To try to ensure fairness each could only fish the well known Calcium wreck for a set time, although whether this was at anchor or on the drift was up to the skipper. Whilst the boats were offshore all anglers began to find fish and the numbers and species began to mount. As predicted, a move inshore had to be made later in the day due to the wind which brought with it the opportunity to target small tope and smoothounds, although later examination of the score sheets showed the anglers on Suveran benefited most in this period.

As the scores were added up it became apparent that this had been one of the best days in the history of the competition with 8 anglers returning 10 species or more and over 20 different species of fish caught, although with all mini species counting under one heading this translated into 17 scoring species (excluding mackerel which do not score points). The big question, as always, was who had found the right combination of numbers of fish and species. For anyone unfamiliar with the format of this competition I would explain that each species of fish is allocated a points score, the first 5 receive maximum points with the next 10 scoring only 1 point. After 15 fish you score nothing meaning that you have to try to catch different species. Additionally, extra points are given for the numbers of species caught. This means that anglers always have the dilemma of trying to build up points with either different species or try for the maximum 15 of one particular one.

When the scores were added and checked, a score which in 2018 would have given second place would this year have only secured sixth place, although surprisingly, the winning 2018 score would have also taken the 2019 title, by one point!

Individual Results

Name Species Scoring Fish Points

Nigel Conlon 12 78 230

Chris Neden 12 81 224

Paul Allen 13 62 219

Alan Turner 12 76 212

Ian Brown 12 59 197

Dave Fung 11 61 179

Keith Lees 9 62 166

Tim Woods 11 45 155

Kevin Shore 9 53 147

Andy Gunn 10 47 141

Eric Robinson 8 63 138

Sedar Ozbek 8 45 124

Moustapha Omar 7 41 108

Allan Crawford 7 41 104

Salim Ismail 6 29 83

843

Team Results

Paul Allen, Nigel Conlon, Eric Robinson 587

Ian Brown, Kevin Shore, Alan Turner 556

Keith Lees, Andy Gunn, Chris Neden 531

Allan Crawford, Dave Fung, Tim Woods 438

Moustapha Omar, Sedar Ozbek, Salim Ismail 315

Boat Scores

Suveran 952

Privateer 876

Jensen 599

And finally

Although I took over as organiser (on the day) at the last minute, due to the illness of Ashley Robertson, all credit for the success of the day is Ashley’s. His tireless and unselfish work prior to the day made my job all the easier. And it should not go unsaid that he has done this over a number of years. All the lads who fished on the day were unanimous in their thanks and send you their best wishes. You were sorely missed.

My thanks also, in no particular order, to the skippers Simon, Jon and Tony who found us the fish, the committee of North West CSSC for their support of this prestigious event, Nigel Conlon and Ian Brown for again helping sort out the scores and the staff of the Mayquay for reserving us space to hold the after match presentation. Last but not least to the anglers taking part, without whom this event would not take place.

 

Chris Neden Organiser (on the day)


2019 Qualifiers - Nigel Conlon, Chris Neden & Paul Allen

NORTHERN IRELAND - 

No qualifier currently being organised. If you are a CSSC member in this region would you consider running an event? 
YORKSHIRE -  

2019 Qualifiers - 
A. Kaczmarczvk, J. Wright & J. Skelton
WALES -  

2019 Qualifiers - Stephen Maidment, Aled Daniels & P. Harris