Rough seas suit Dalton.
Terry Dalton won one of the St Mary's matches.
He caught six cod from Kettleness, to weigh in 18lb 12oz.
His son Darren caught the biggest cod of the match - and the club's equal biggest of the season - a fish of 8lb 4oz.
He added two codling and was runner-up with 11lb 8.5oz. He also fished at Kettleness.
Andy Burton came third with 9lb 2.5oz.
He focussed on whiting and caught 11 from Pilot Pier in Hartlepool.
Of the 16 who fished the match, six weighed in a total of 13 cod and 11 whiting.
The Dalton duo also framed in the club's next match, though were beaten for top spot by Chris Wood.
He weighed in 9lb 4.5oz, made up of two cod, including the biggest fish of the match at 6lb 13.5oz.
This time Darren Dalton took the family honours.
He was runnerup with 7lb 3.5oz, made up of eight whiting and a dab.
Terry Dalton was third seven with whiting and two dabs for 6lb 1oz.
Of the 20 who fished 15 weighed in a total of five cod, 33 whiting, two flounder, seven dabs and five rockling.
Tomorrow's match is a full rover fished from 4-8pm over high tide at 5.30pm. Book in at the boys' club from 2.45-3pm.
ONLY a couple of fish were caught in the Redcar N and G Match - but they were nice sized cod.
Chris Wood won the heaviest bag match with a single cod of 7lb 8oz caught from Cowbar.
Dan Redling, the only other angler from a field of 14 to weigh in, also opted for Cowbar and caught a cod of 5lb 11oz.
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2014|
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