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We have another entry in this months Senior Photo Fish Competition.

Harry Tempel of Teignmouth SAS went boat fishing off Dartmouth on 16th March (in time) and caught a catch and release Blonde Ray of 26lbs 12ozs.

This gives Harry a specimen percentage of 116.30% that puts him into 4th place in this months competition.

My apologies for the lateness in putting this on the page.

Please note, no fish will be taken or caught after the 22nd march 2020.
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2 days ago

We have another entry in this months Senior Photo Fish Competition.

Harry Tempel of Teignmouth SAS went boat fishing off Dartmouth on 16th March (in time) and caught a catch and release Blonde Ray of 26lbs 12ozs.

This gives Harry a specimen percentage of 116.30% that puts him into 4th place in this months competition.

My apologies for the lateness in putting this on the page.

Please note, no fish will be taken or caught after the 22nd march 2020.

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3 days ago

Please respect.

Important news.

To follow on from the news from the A T concerning the latest updates. All Wyvern events including the fish of the month plus the photo competition has been suspended until further notice.
Entries for March will only be excepted up to last weekend (21st/22nd)

As announced recently the next Wyvern meeting on the 1st April plus the Wyvern Dinner have been cancelled. The officers will deal with any issues as and when.

Stay safe everyone.Statement from Jamie Cook, Angling Trust CEO. “In light of the Government’s announcement on 23rd March, the Angling Trust and Fish Legal are asking that all anglers follow the current guidance and stop fishing. Whilst we understand the proven benefits on active lifestyles, physical health and mental wellbeing that angling provides, it is not currently classified as one of the safe exercises in which to engage. The Angling Trust have sought clarification on this point and we hope to work with Government, the Environment Agency and Sport England as things move forward, to ensure that access to fishing and the benefits it brings are part of the nation's plan for ensuring our community’s health and wellbeing. For now though, we as a community, must take responsible action to protect ourselves, our families and our communities through this period. This is about saving lives and supporting the NHS.

The Angling Trust have established a support hub for individuals, clubs, fisheries and organisations and a dedicated team of professionals have been put in place to help those impacted within the angling community to access grants and funding applicable to each organisation.” COVID19 Support Hub | Angling Trust & Fish Legal Membership joinanglingtrust.net/covid19-support-hub/
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3 days ago

Important news.

To follow on from the news from the A T concerning the latest updates.  All Wyvern events including the fish of the month plus the photo competition has been suspended until further notice. 
Entries for March will only be excepted up to last weekend (21st/22nd)

As announced recently the next Wyvern meeting on the 1st April plus the Wyvern Dinner have been cancelled.  The officers will deal with any issues as and when.

Stay safe everyone.
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