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A BIG Sea.

Byline: REDGILL

A BIG sea during the week promised great things for an SFSA open sweep between Carnoustie and Ferryden. But the blow died away and only eight of the competitors in the 30- strong field weighed in.

Victory went to Peter Smalls with nine flounders for 6lb 8oz, ahead of Steve Sergbine, who had seven flatties for 5lb 8oz. A Firth Of Clyde SAA trip to Torness Power Station produced a winning bag of seven bass for 299 centimetres for Ronnie O'Brien, with Kenny Greason landing five for 252 centimetres.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 10, 2006
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