Honiton SAC trio land trophy success in boat meeting off Salcombe

PUBLISHED: 15:22 16 September 2014 | UPDATED: 15:22 16 September 2014

Barry Trevett came in a close second place to win some new Lowrance boat electronics, Barry had a cracking blonde ray of 29lb 13oz and a doggie of 2lbs 3oz.
Barry, and brother James, won the pairs event, this won them both new life jackets for their boat.  
The other Honiton club winner on the weekend was Steve Butler who recorded the best wrasse of the weekend with a ballan wrasse that weighed in at 4lb 1oz.

Barry Trevett came in a close second place to win some new Lowrance boat electronics, Barry had a cracking blonde ray of 29lb 13oz and a doggie of 2lbs 3oz. Barry, and brother James, won the pairs event, this won them both new life jackets for their boat. The other Honiton club winner on the weekend was Steve Butler who recorded the best wrasse of the weekend with a ballan wrasse that weighed in at 4lb 1oz.

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A good number of members from Honiton Sea Angling Club travelled down to Salcombe in South Devon recently, writes Mike Spiller.

They were there for a competition staged by the Angling Trust Wyvern Region and was open to all small boat owners.

Barry Trevett came in a close second place to win some new Lowrance boat electronics, Barry had a cracking blonde ray of 29lb 13oz and a doggie of 2lbs 3oz.

Barry, and brother James, won the pairs event, this won them both new life jackets for their boat.

The other Honiton club winner on the weekend was Steve Butler who recorded the best wrasse of the weekend with a ballan wrasse that weighed in at 4lb 1oz.


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