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Cassey tops fishing event

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, April 04, 2014

PENNY Casey won the top angler award at the Denarau Game and Sport Fishing Club third round competition in Nadi last Sunday.

Cassey collected 204.2 points.

Scott O'Conner was the top male angler with 186 points.

The big boat category was won by Synergy which had Team Rouge Duck on board.

Island Pearl won the small boat category with Team CCT on board.

Sean Murphy of Team Rouge Duck caught the heaviest yellowfin tuna weighing 27.4 kilograms. Adam Voss of Team Fillet & Release hauled in the heaviest wahoo weighing 20.2kg.

Mike Rohan of Team Devcorp caught the heaviest walu weighing 12.4kg while Kevin Parr, Kim Prater and Ian Simpson caught a mahimahi each weighing 9.8kg.

Mike Schmit leads the male angler category after three rounds with 530 points. Club secretary Jared Wood is at second spot with 338.8 points followed by Terry Tommy at third position with 300 points.

Michelle Voss leads the female angler category with 423.4 points and is followed by Cassey with 204.2 points and Janet Gurtner with 131.2 points.

Thakor Punja leads the junior angler category with 71.2 points ahead of Sahiki Jr with 28.8 points.








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