February 3rd, 2016 | by Nancy Hearne
Northern Ireland Cross Community Anging NICCA report
The final round of the NICCA Adult Pike League took place on Sunday at Beechhill Fishery in Newtownards.
The day started overcast with almost flat calm water conditons but due to the past heavy rains the water was very brown.
Going into the final round anyone of three anglers could have won the overall league.
It proved to be a very difficult day with all anglers trying every tactic and baits to try and claim the title.
The winner on the day and overall championship went to Wieslaw Nowicki.
Wieslaw caught his winning fish on a 9ft Savage Gear 2.75TC rod using a Spratt bait on the float method.
Congratulations to Wieslaw and very well done to everyone who took.
Special thanks to Competition Secretary, Andy Meaney who was also supported in his duties by Jim Anderson and Alan Ferguson.
Northern Ireland Cross Community Anging
N.I.C.C.A. was formed in May 2011 and incorporates all disciplines of angling including coarse, game, pike and sea fishing. The club has a membership ranging in age from three years old to Senior Citizens and are currently the only fully Charity registered Angling club in Northern Ireland.
Their aim is to create opportunities for young and disabled people – building a brighter future for them, their families and local communities. The club seek to achieve this by delivering fun and interactive activities centred around the sport of angling. They have their own lake in Newtownards which is a mixed fishery. It has private parking and there is kitchen and toilet facilities.
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