Day 2 of the Victorian state titles was held today at Cape Schanck with 23 divers signing on.
Conditions were as predicted, strong easterly winds with a slight swell. This allowed divers to dive either side of the point which allowed everyone to spread out. Visibility was the same in most areas, around 10m~
Normality was restored with Muz winning the day with 16 species, well a head of Kim with 13 species, Watto followed closely behind with 12 fish.
Mitch learnt the hard way as to why divers take spare rubbers, he was out of the water by 11:25. He still managed to pull in 10 species which is a solid effort.
There were a few solid crayfish pulled up too
At the end of the day there were smiles all round capping off a sold 2 days of diving.
Thank you to everyone who helped organise the weekend both prior and in the day, many people don’t understand the effort that goes into these big events. Top job, it all ran smoothly.
The results for day 2 are as follows:
Murray Petersen (16 fish) 1872.05pts
Kim Adair (13 fish) 1504.85pts
Nathan Watson (12 fish) 1358.15pts
Dave Scholefield (11 fish) 1235.05pts
Mitchell Kornberg (10 fish) 1131.15pts
Blake Riddle (10 fish) 1129.5pts
Marcus Dorf (9 fish) 1026.75pts
Paul Dorf (9 fish) 1020.3pts
Dean Riddle (8 fish) 883.95pts
Chris Rogers (7fish) 807.7pts
Jarvis Espie (7 fish) 765.55pts
Spencer Gubbins (7 fish) 754.5pts
Joseph Bednarek (6 fish) 675.1pts
Galin Dimitrov (6 fish) 675.1pts
Odie Charles (4 species) 462.55pts
Nam Luong (4 species) 431.1pts
Pencil (4 species) 423.7pts
Timmy Fitz (3 fish) 322.1pts
Kade Beckly (3 fish) 321.3pts
Cam Fitz (2 fish) 212.35
Kaylah Charles (1 fish) 105.7pts
Kurt Beckly (1 fish) 104.25pts
Most meritorious fish for the entire comp was Marcus Sea Mullet, new state record! (2190g)
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