Monday, 28 April 2014

Scottish Disabled Team Fly Fishing Fundraiser At Bangour




I love going to these events,its so enjoyable to meet familiar faces who are always happy to meet & participate in a great days fishing,great Craic,& not least to show support for the SDFFA Teams International in June  at Eyebrook.

Peg 18 draw,no 3 bad I thinks,soon into a fish on a Henrik Larson timed a 9:39 am 9 mins for my 1st fish of the day a new PB,I missed another 4 and lost 2 on my 1st peg,can't complain never had that ammount of activity for a long time.

There's plenty of early action and the guys are picking up fish all over,Carl Nixon is doing well with the Yellow Dancer,allegedly,but through the day 3 guys had sussed the techniques and rattled up nearly 30 between them.

All in all it's been a great day with a super lunch of crackin pies & cakes "Stevie who ate awe the pies", 
                                                         The Spoils

28 rods with 96 fish 
Top rod was young Rhys Connor with 13 to the net

Second place Stuart Fraser with 8 a master with the Yelly Waltzer

Third was George Telford king of the buzzers with 8 just pipped by Stuart,his was the quickest 1st fish

There was also 2 doubles landed 
John Johnstone 12lb 4 oz
Wully Brash 12 lb 12 oz

The guys raised £1200 for the team which was outstanding-

STAR OF THE DAY went to Jim Crawford who raised a few bob for doing a lap of honour around the Bangour Fishery in a mankini.

Until the next time big thanks for to the SDFFA team & Bangour Owner Stevie Reid for Setting Up a great event nothing short of outstanding to say the least.

Pictures from the days competition


Stevies havin a long lie


The Beauty that is Bangour


Yelly Dancers Then


The Machine Richy Anthony


John Johnstone Double


Wullie Brash Double





Rhys well worthy winner







All the action



Get ready to Change into something more comfortable Jim





The man from mankini he say YES
Top Man taking one for the team cause thats what it's all about so all the best for the upcoming international at eyebrook in June this year.


Last years team bringing it home from Breynygg



Many thanks for taking the time to read my blogg,really much appreciated 
Regards
Scott Kane 
Deer Creek Scotland