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Competing clubs in tomorrow's second heat are: Alloa Angling Club, Bridge of Weir Loch Angling Club, Broughty Angling Club, Callander Angling Club, Canmore Angling Club (Forfar), Cove & Kilcreggan, Fife Angling Club, Harelaw Angling Club, Hewlett Packard Angling Club, Kilmarnock Angling Club, Leven Valley Trout Angling Club, McIntosh's Angling Club, Rowbank Angling Club, St Mirin Angling Club, St Serfs, St Winnoch Angling Club, Standard Life Fly Fishing Club, West of Scotland Flydressers.
HOW TO ENTER Win great prizes worth over PS50 FANCY netting a superb People/Davies Angling goody bag, stuffed with all the important bits of terminal tackle that really matter when you've got a fish on?
Angling technique: Similar to striped marlin, except jigs typically smaller.
Valuable tackle prizes will be up for grabs in both finals courtesy of co-sponsor, Martin Grantham of the Angling Centre, Stirling.
The Countryside Alliance had previously expressed concern that under the Draft Animal Welfare Bill, published last year, angling could inadvertently be affected.
McGregor, Arbroath Angling Club, five trout for 10lb 8oz.
The National Angling Alliance and the Countryside Alliance have signed a "Memorandum of Understanding" which creates a framework for the two organisations to collaborate closely on angling issues.
3 Laurie Renfrew, Milngavie Angling Club, four trout for 9lb.
All four go through to the Champion of Champions final on October 7Clubs fishing in Heat Six: Ardrossan Eglinton Angling Club A team, Ayrshire Angling Association, Blairgowrie Rattray & Dist.
Ian's catch of five fish was emulated by Stewarton Angling Club A Team's R.
Much of their success at Lake of Menteith at the weekend was down to uncle and nephew anglers, Daniel O'Hare and Ronald Gilbert, who between them caught enough fish to beat Lochgelly Angling Club's A team into second place.
One angler who did fish dries was Peter Temple, of the Horrywood Angling Club from Johnstone, Renfrewshire.