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Report on 28 November OPBC Cape Bream Derby


 

Yet again Saturday turned out to be a peach of a day. Only 22 entries for the day. The bigger Bream were caught off Campsbay area in shallow water. A few boats ventured off to Robben Island for the elusive Yellow Tail. I had so many enquiries and request to throw in a prize for the heaviest Yellow Tail, and so I did. A good number of  Yellow Tail were landed. Pity that the majority were caught on boats that weren’t registered.

 

Prizes awarded;

 

Juniors

                    No Entries

 

Ladies
  1. Shirley Heath 1.02 kg ,R500.00
  2. Eve Hopf        1.00 kg
  3. None
Open
  1. Freddy du Plesis         1.66 kg, - R500.00,
  2. Faffa de Jager             1.50 kg, 
  3. Ettienne Rademeyer   1.27 kg, 
 

Boat Prize (Heaviest 4 fish collectively)

 
  1. “Yollie”            4.44 kg   - R500.00
  2. Oceana One      4.36 kg
  3. For Fun             3.53 kg
  4. Brass Bullit 2    3.12 Kg
 

Heaviest Yellow Tail

 

Gavin Long – 2. 41 kg    R200.00

 

In conclusion; Congrats to the winners. Thanks to everyone that participated. Everyone caught fish, had fun and enjoyed the “Boeri-Roll”.

Everyone entered walked away with a prize, as we had a “Lucky Draw”.

The Organic foodstalls were a greatly supported and the music created a festive atmosphere.

 

A big thanks to our sponsors;
  • SA Breweries
  • Hi Q – N 1 City
  • Viking Marine Safety Equipment
  • Michael Moose – Case of Grape Juice
  • Allan Barnard – Knife set
  • Duel – Disposable Shaving kits
  • Buzz Us – Fly Control Kit
 

 

A special thanks to Andy Roper, Jo-Anne Raubenheimer, Ian Norris & Ridwa for assisting in making the event a success.

 

Next competition,

 

6 February 2010 – open to all – See you there……..

 

Ps - Hope to see more SEALINERS  :wfish