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5 days ago

Wyvern Sea Angling

Nice little event. ... See MoreSee Less

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Paul Kiely

Michael Sneap gutted same weekend as the national on the teign 😀

1 week ago

Wyvern Sea Angling

Oh shitπŸ€” ... See MoreSee Less

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πŸ™„ what are we like let people walk all over us and pander to bloody snowflakes wheres the Great in Britain goneπŸ™„

thats where all our mackerel gone to these super trawlers..

and its still out there

It's been in the channel for a week ffs

That thing should be sunk to create reefs or a nice size wreck . Ridiculous

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2 weeks ago

Wyvern Sea Angling

Please see below. The AT are holding forum meetings in your area.
The wyvern one will be at Brixham in early December. If you are intrested in what is happening in your AT area, please book your place.
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Please see below. The AT are holding forum meetings in your area.
The wyvern one will be at Brixham in early December.  If you are intrested in what is happening in your AT area, please book your place.Image attachment

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Jason - to answer your question specifically let me give some context. I have now been employed part-time as the Marine Coordinator for the Angling Trust working with our Head of Marine, David Mitchell to support day to day issues for sea anglers with our Marine Regions - Wyvern Sea Angling, Wessex, Sussex and the IOW and to develop new regions. To do this we need to engage directly with sea anglers and our experience with freshwater is that forums offer an excellent way to meet with, listen to and provide updates on key issues in sea angling. Our recent sea angling survey completed by more than 740 people, is that overwhelmingly they want us to deliver forums on week day evenings and where possible at local clubs. So I approached Brixham SAC with our Wyvern Marine Region and they have agreed to host the foum.

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Thanks to Wyvern for uploading this information. If you are interested in attending the forum then please have a look at this: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/angling-trust-wyvern-sea-fishing-forum-tickets-75821035759

Further to below - this will be the 4th forum as you can see, with others in Cornwall, Wessex and Sussex in November. Our aim is to come back to each region twice a year, to hold forums and meet as many sea anglers as possible. The Cornwall event is the first planned and we have almost reached our capacity with 45 people now booked to attend. By the end of this year we will have held forums in each of our Regions and the next one we want to develop - Cornwall. The programme for the initial forums is being set by us consulting with the respective Regions to try and cover hot topics. As you will see if you look at the registration page - we have presentations planned for Brixham on Wrasse fishery issues, Blue Shark and the Devon & Severn IFCA. David Mitchell and I will also give updates from the Angling Trust as well. In the future when we come back to the Region next year we want anglers to tell us who they would want to hear from and what they want to discuss - but this is the first series of forums, so we have had to invite speakers we think will be of interest. I know that several people are interested in the developing Blue Fin tuna issues and we are covering this at the Cornwall forum, but will happily consider this for our next Wyvern forum - IF you tell us you would want this and the presenter is available! I hope this answers your queries. PLEASE do register and come along. We actively support the Anglers National Line Recycling Service and will have a bin to collect any old line!

2 weeks ago

Wyvern Sea Angling

We have a new leader in October's Junior Photo Fish Competition.

Isabelle Smerdon of Torbay & Babbacombe ASA Juniors caught a 1lb 14ozs 12drams Cuckoo Wrasse whilst wreck fishing off the South Devon Coast.

This is a new Torbay & Babbacombe ASA club record!

This gives Isabelle a specimen percentage of 219.90% that puts her into 1st Place.

Congratulations to Isabelle on an outstanding fish.
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We have a new leader in Octobers Junior Photo Fish Competition.

Isabelle Smerdon of Torbay & Babbacombe ASA Juniors caught a 1lb 14ozs 12drams Cuckoo Wrasse whilst wreck fishing off the South Devon Coast. 

This is a new Torbay & Babbacombe ASA club record!

This gives Isabelle a specimen percentage of 219.90% that puts her into 1st Place.

Congratulations to Isabelle on an outstanding fish.

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Wow that’s a fish of a lifetime, congratulations πŸ‘

Awesome fish! Well done πŸ‘πŸ»

Cracking cuckoo, well done Isabel πŸ‘

Well done young lady πŸ‘

Awesome fish that

Humongous Cuckoo!! Great find.

Old dog that one. Not the young lady, obviously.

Lump!!!!

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2 weeks ago

Wyvern Sea Angling

We have another entry in October's Junior Photo Fish Competition.

Luke Johns of Castaways SAC Juniors whilst fishing with his Dad off the shore in the Bristol Channel caught this 15lbs 4ozs Conger Eel.

This gives Luke a specimen percentage of 127.08% that puts him into 2nd place in this months competition.
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We have another entry in Octobers Junior Photo Fish Competition.

Luke Johns of Castaways SAC Juniors whilst fishing with his Dad off the shore in the Bristol Channel caught this 15lbs 4ozs Conger Eel.

This gives Luke a specimen percentage of 127.08% that puts him into 2nd place in this months competition.

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Well done Luke 🎣

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