Angling club hosts fund raising day

2016-01-28 06:00

THE Cape St Francis Angling Club hosted their annual fund raising day in Humansdorp recently.

The winners of the fishing competition, that formed part of the day, are as follow.

CLUB MEMBERS

Men

. Angler of the Day: Dewald Kapp

. Runner-up: Herkie Olivier

. Shield Winner: Noel Skinner

. Heaviest non-edible fish: Dewald Kapp

Women

. Angler of the Day: Heidi Kapp

. Shield Winner: Heidi Kapp

. Heaviest non-edible fish: Heidi Kapp

. Heaviest edible fish: Heidi Kapp

VISITORS

. Heaviest edible fish: Deon Cawood

. Heaviest non-edible fish: Anton Botes

. Runner-up: Mike Baily

. Winning woman: Charmain Prinsloo

In support of conservation, all the fish were released back into the sea. The funds raised will be used to support members competing in Eastern Province angling competitions.

Anglers, wanting to join the Cape St Francis Angling Club, can contact Gavin O’Moore at 083 263 4484 or visit Theo Herbst at TJs Bait and Tackle at Fountains Mall.

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