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Welcome to Lyme Regis Sea Angling Club. We are a family friendly sea fishing club based in the beautiful Dorset town of Lyme Regis. We run competitions and matches throughout the year for both adults and juniors. These are a great place to learn to fish, as well as get tips and advice from the more experienced anglers. Club members get a 10% discount on tackle and supplies from The Tackle Box shop.

Please be aware of current BASS REGULATIONS all BASS to be returned to the water as soon as possible until 1st March 2020. A limit of 2 fish per Angler per day from 1st March 2020 until the 30th November 2020 catch and release only for December. Only fish measured from the nose to the fork of the tail will be accepted for trophy/specimen fish claims for 2020.

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ANGLING TRUST SPECIMEN FISH MEDALS.
After a slight oversight in the handover of the fish recorders role over the winter we now have 32 Medals ready for collection from The Tackle Box.
If your name is below please try to pop in and collect ASAP you should also receive an email from the club shortly regarding this. You should have already received your certificates for these catches.

Ben Carter x 3
Chris Cooper x 2
Josh Findlay x1
Andy Gregory x1
Mike Hansell x3
Laura Hayes x2
Darren Herbert x1
Richard Howells x2
Ben Male x5
Ryan Male x2
Barry Moore x1
Brian Moss x 1
Sam Sansom x 3
Roy Shioway x4
Michael Shipway x1

These are the last medals the club will be paying for, from 2020 they will need to be paid for by yourselves at a cost of £5 each. if you are lucky enough to catch a fish that qualifies this year. You will be given the choice whether you would like to pay for a medal or not at the end of the calendar year.
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BLACK BREAM FESTIVAL REPORT.
Sunday’s Black Bream festival fishing for
The best pair of Black Bream went ahead despite the fresh north easterly wind that carried on through the morning, 37 anglers signed on to fish between 7 boats. From what I hear the fishing was pretty steady on most boats although we found the fish were a bit shy biting likely due to the easterly breeze which eventually dropped in the early afternoon and it turned in to a lovely warm day. A really good average size of fish came aboard on Pegasus but 2 anglers in particular were finding the majority of the fish. In the end this paid off as they were the top 2 on the day.

The results in the end were as follows;
3rd Place Carl Roberts - total weight 1937 grams - fishing aboard Abernat.

2nd Place Brian Moss - total weight 1958 grams - fishing aboard Pegasus

1st Place Andy Sheader - total weight 1992 - fishing aboard Pegasus

Andy also had the best individual fish of 1050 grams.

Thanks to everyone that came and fished, a good turn out considering the weather.

Pictured are Andy Sheader with his winning pair and Brian moss with one of his best 2 fish.
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Good news! SUNDAYS BLACK BREAM BOAT COMPETITION IS ON. As long as there are no drastic changes in the weather forecast then we are good to go.
FYI for privately owned boats - The Pontoons will be closed on Sunday morning due to the NE wind forecast on Saturday but should reopen by Sunday afternoon as long as it is safe to do so. If you are launching from a trailer in the morning come and raft up alongside Pegasus or another charter boat if you need to or the North wall (cannon wall) should also be fine to temporarily moor up on. Signing in will be in the covered shelter at the end of Victoria pier between 8 and 8:45am. The weigh in will be in the same shelter between 5 and 5:30pm please respect other anglers space during these times and only being 2 Black Bream over 24cm to the scales per angler. We hope to use the outside area at the Powerboat club for presentation from 6pm - I’ll send our chairman round for a beer so we can confirm this on Sunday morning.
Hope to see you there.
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did the comp go ahead yesterday?

So on Sunday we held the junior competition where we had 14 members signed on to fish. Over the course of the match they managed 35 fish.
1st place went to kai 112 cm with 9 pollock and a shanny.
2nd place went to Ruben 78 cm with 3 Shannys 1 garfish 1 corkwing.
3rd was new member Harry 66cm, who managed 5 pollock.
Other catches on the day was a new lrsac record for both junior and adult with a rock goby caught by Lillie. 15 grams. Also Tommy G caught a 19cm scorpion fish weighing 150g - not many seen this size.
We all had a great time and look forward to our last match which hopefully can take place on the 18th October.
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So on Sunday we held the junior competition where we had 14 members signed on to fish. Over the course of the match they managed 35 fish. 
1st place went to kai 112 cm with 9 pollock and a shanny.
2nd place went to Ruben 78 cm with 3 Shannys 1 garfish 1 corkwing.
3rd was new member Harry 66cm, who managed 5 pollock.
Other catches on the day was a new lrsac record for both junior and adult with a rock goby caught by Lillie. 15 grams. Also Tommy G caught a 19cm scorpion fish weighing 150g - not many seen this size.
We all had a great time and look forward to our last match which hopefully can take place on the 18th October.Image attachmentImage attachment
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