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More boats join game fishing

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, March 29, 2014

MORE than 14 boats will compete in the Denarau Game and Sport Fishing Club round three competition tomorrow.

Registrations for the day-long event were held at Denarau Marina last night. The club's secretary Jared Wood said they were expecting good catches.

Wood said the weigh-in would start at 5.30pm.

"We expect to land some big yellow fin tuna," he said.

"There will also be a lot of mahimahi. We hope that the success we had in the first two competitions will continue."

Mike Schmit leads the male division with 530.4 points after two rounds. Jerry Tommy is in second spot with 300 points followed by Geoff Doig in third position with 262 points.

Michelle Voss leads the female category with 338.2 points and is followed by Janet with 116.4 points.

Alona McElrath and Yvette Hook are tied on third spot with 51 points each.

Thakor Punja leads the junior angler category with 71.2 points.








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