WINDHOEK, DEC. 5 – A total of 13 boats with 17 anglers participated in the fourth and last Bank Windhoek National Angling Competition which concluded the 2018 season recently at the Von Bach Dam situated five kilometres southeast of Okahandja.
Hosted by the Namibia Bass Angling Association (NBAA), the conclusion of an exciting angling season, saw a remarkable turnaround in fishing conditions. Although it was not the easiest of angling days, a whopping 40 fish made it to the scales. CP Bothma was the overall winner with Hendrik Pretorius catching the biggest fish of the day weighing in at 2.110kg.
The full results of the tournament are as follows:
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“This season has been a challenging one for us. But nonetheless, our members responded with a positive attitude as they put in more time and hard work to assist in the restoration of our fisheries. We are now bearing the fruits of this and 2019 promises to be an even better year,” said NBAA’s Chairman, Richard Grant.
The final Bank Windhoek National Angling Competition for 2018, also played a pivotal role in the team selection of the anglers that will be representing Namibia at the Region V and World Black Bass Championship tournaments in 2019.
“To be nominated is a big honour and anglers work hard throughout the year to be selected for these teams,” said Grant.
“NBAA would like to thank Bank Windhoek for its ongoing support throughout this year. We look forward to having the Bank on board once again in 2019,” concluded Grant. – email@example.com