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Anglers chase top finish

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, June 29, 2014

MORE than 20 anglers are expected to participate during the Denarau Game and Sport Fishing Club competition sponsored by Namotu Island Resort today.

The competition will start at 6am with registrations and the boats scheduled to depart the Denarau Marina in Nadi at 7am for fishing.

Club secretary Jared Wood said the boats should return by 5pm for the weigh-in.

"There will be seven to eight boats," Wood said.

"We expect wahoo and walu to be targeted during this competition.

"All fisherpersons must have signed a copy of the indemnity form and pay their competition entry fees prior to fishing in the competition."

Mike Schmit leads the male angler's category. He has 530.4 points and is ahead of Wood with 338.8 points, Scott O'Conner with 311 points, Jerry Tommy with 300 points and Geoff Doing rounding the top five with 262 points.

Michelle Voss leads the female angler's category with 465.2 points.

Penny Cassey is second with 204.2 points and Janet Gurtner is third with 131.2 points.

Thakor Punja leads the junior angler's category with 98.8 points.

Grady White leads the big boat class with 670.8 points while Tommy One is ahead in the small boat class with 431.2 points.





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