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Ice T moves on top at the fishing game

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, July 25, 2014

ICE T has moved up to the top of the big class boat after a successful outing during the Denarau Game and Sports Fishing Club competition in Nadi last Sunday.

Team Devcorp who were on board the Ice T landed five mahi mahi and a skip jack tuna.

Ice T has 774.4 points and is ahead of Hoodlum on 712.8 points, Salsa on 697.2 points, Synergy on 682.6 points and Grady White on 670.8 points.

Team McDonald's took out the small boat class category landing a wahoo and tagging and releasing a sailfish.

Tommy 1 leads the small boat class with 467.6 points followed by Oktimokti with 324.6 points, Tainui with 203.6 points, Sionno 2 with 200.9 points and Black Watch with 198.3 points.

Mike Schmit remains the top angler with 530.4 points followed by club secretary Jared Wood with 420.2 points, Mark Ellison with 387.2 points, Scott O'Conner with 360.4 points and John Andrews with 296.4 points.

Michelle Voss leads the top female anglers category with 485 points followed by Penny Casey with 233 points and Janet Gurtner with 167.6 points.

Thakor Punja remains the top junior angler with 130 points.

Club secretary Wood said they had a successful competition with some great fish weighed.

"Team Power Cat had the catch of the day boating a massive blue marlin which was unable to be weighed because of a technicality with the wind on leader length and the fish was being disqualified from the competition," he said.

"However, well done to Kim Prater for her efforts to land the massive fish."

The two day Bill Williams Memorial Championship will be held from August 30-31.

Results for the competition: Top Big Boat- Ice T; Top Small Boat-Blo; Top Male Angler-Dave Kellner; Top Female Angler-Penny Casey; Heaviest Species: Sailfish-Dave Kellner; Mahi Mahi-Warren, Wahoo-Dave Kellner, Skip Jack Tuna-Michael Rohan.





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