Harrington Sea Angling Club's latest match was held at Flimby on October 17.

Fishing took place from 5pm to 9pm, with roughly two hours over low water in flat calm conditions, and finding anything other than dogfish was a tall order.

Eleven anglers were taking part in the contest and they managed to come away with a respectable 24 fish, of which 20 were dogfish.

The rest of the catches were made up of a cod, a rockling, a whiting and a dab.

Winner on the day was Alan Hill, who grabbed himself a pair of dogfish and the match's sole cod for a total of 5lb 8½oz.

The prize for the heaviest fish caught in the competition went to Karl Moore.

He reeled in one of the dogfish, which weighed in at 2lb 10oz, to earn himself some plaudits.