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fishing clubs

Postby onelastcast » Thu Jan 23, 2014 3:05 pm

im interested in joining a local fishing club but as i was in a club a long time ago im aware that alot have matches in wales, i dont understand why travel 100 miles or so for fish when there are good quality fish and a good verity in the mersey so just wondering if anyone knows of a club that mainly fishes the mersey. thanks

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Postby sparky » Thu Jan 23, 2014 3:21 pm

onelastcast wrote:im interested in joining a local fishing club but as i was in a club a long time ago im aware that alot have matches in wales, i dont understand why travel 100 miles or so for fish when there are good quality fish and a good verity in the mersey so just wondering if anyone knows of a club that mainly fishes the mersey. thanks


Give these lads a try I'm sure you will be made welcome.

http://www.sefton-sea-anglers.co.uk/
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Re: fishing clubs

Postby Big Kev » Thu Jan 23, 2014 4:58 pm

The RAFA boys are always local :idea:
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Re: fishing clubs

Postby onelastcast » Thu Jan 23, 2014 5:29 pm

RAFA :? :?

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Re: fishing clubs

Postby Big Kev » Thu Jan 23, 2014 5:52 pm

onelastcast wrote:RAFA :? :?

Based on Wirral and have all of their matches on the Mersey...think they get @10 out each match.....someone might have their club info ....Alan Middleton (Moan it in mid) or Tony Bridson (Tonylfc) are both on this site...send them a message :idea:
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Re: fishing clubs

Postby Trishy » Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:19 pm

Hello Mate, plenty of clubs in liverpool , I'm in the Sefton Sac, based out of Dunnys club , Stalmine road , Walton. Most of our events are on the Mersey with the odd one further afield. We also have a charter section ands small boat section , go on our website and you will see more. Other clubs in the area are the phoenix sac, buccaneers sac,and the Mersey pirates

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Re: fishing clubs

Postby onelastcast » Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:35 pm

thanks for that info, will look more into those clubs. i aslo noticed wsf had winter comps correct? will there be a summer one?

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Re: fishing clubs

Postby Big Kev » Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:42 pm

onelastcast wrote:thanks for that info, will look more into those clubs. i aslo noticed wsf had winter comps correct? will there be a summer one?

Yes,but some are 100`s of miles away in WALES :badgrin:
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Re: fishing clubs

Postby onelastcast » Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:53 pm

:o wirral sea fishing. when did wales become part of wirral :doubt: public transport reliant is my biggest problem but i no with club fishing car shares are an option but everytime ive bin to wales fishing i catch the same as i would fishing here :think: local no how is what matters when on foreign land

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Re: fishing clubs

Postby Big Kev » Thu Jan 23, 2014 10:06 pm

onelastcast wrote::o wirral sea fishing. when did wales become part of wirral :doubt: public transport reliant is my biggest problem but i no with club fishing car shares are an option but everytime ive bin to wales fishing i catch the same as i would fishing here :think: local no how is what matters when on foreign land

Wirral is where the website was born,but as we all have passports we are allowed to venture further afield. Car sharing is still an option via the site,as there`s plenty on the proper side of the river who like to fish Wales during the summer.......Wales is hardly a foreign land,as a lot of us have fished there for many years......if you`re happy to fish the Mersey all year round then that`s fine and dandy....personally i`d rather chop my knackers off with a rusty breadknife :dance:
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Re: fishing clubs

Postby Trishy » Fri Jan 24, 2014 7:02 am

Onelastcast, public transport will mess up even your club fishing on the Mersey, due to the timing of matches around tides ie late or early matches . My best piece of fishing tackle is my van. Learn to drive and get a motor and the world is your oyster

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Re: fishing clubs

Postby pete at work » Tue Jan 20, 2015 12:23 pm

Anybody know if there are any sea fishing clubs in or around the wigan area :dance:

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Re: fishing clubs

Postby Steve Duffy » Tue Jan 20, 2015 2:07 pm

pete at work wrote:Anybody know if there are any sea fishing clubs in or around the wigan area :dance:


I tried Googling that for you but I only got 424,000 results. ;)
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Re: fishing clubs

Postby martinmoreton » Mon Jan 26, 2015 6:14 pm

[quote="Big Kev"][quote="onelastcast"]RAFA :? :?[/quote]
Based on Wirral and have all of their matches on the Mersey...think they get @10 out each match.....someone might have their club info ....Alan Middleton (Moan it in mid) or Tony Bridson (Tonylfc) are both on this site...send them a message :idea:[/quote]


Thanks for the plug Kev, hope you're well.

Here is a link to the new RAFA site. Just sign up and make yourself at home. Winter and summer league matches, and social meets last friday of every second month at the Roundel Club, Oxton.

http://oxtonrafafishing.freeforums.org/

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Re: fishing clubs

Postby tonylfc » Sun Apr 05, 2015 8:06 pm

Cheers Kev, only just seen this post. Hope the individual has connected with one of the many happy groups locally.
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