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Variety of catches at Knab Rock

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: April 05, 2012

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WELSH Tope, Skate and Conger Club members had a successful trip to Knab Rock, Mumbles.

Anglers from the Skewen-based club caught dab, grey mullet, dogfish, pouting, whiting and smoothhound. The next shore venue is this Sunday at Knab Rock, with members meeting at 6pm.

Sunday, April 22, sees another venue at the same spot (6pm). The next club meeting will take place on Wednesday, April 25, at the Rock and Fountain in Skewen at 7.45pm.

Meanwhile, Swansea charterboat Seren-y-Mor skipper Kevin Axtell reports that offshore fishing for spurdogs remains good, with most fish in double figures. Inshore the dabs are prolific.

The Reed family from Caerphilly had a good day on the spurs. Roy Reed 14lb 12oz, Nathan Reed 13lb 8oz, Dylan Reed 15lb 2oz, Lee Reed 13lb, and Stewart Reed 12lb 12oz.

The South and West Wales Association of Sea Angling Clubs have rearranged their monthly meeting for Monday, April 16, at Mansel Workingmen's Club, Gowerton, at 8pm.

Agenda items will include the format for club competitions at Swansea Breakwater and junior anglers at the West Pier and matters in respect of the level of insurance cover necessary.

In the past officers have dealt with these matters in between meetings, but they now feel that the general club and personal members should have a greater say in to what goes on and to express their views.

All clubs and personal members are welcome to attend this meeting and it is important that if your club has not regularly attended meetings in the past, a special effort should be made to support the consultation offered.

Last year's team league will also be discussed.

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