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conger

any large marine eel of the family Congridae, esp Conger conger, occurring in temperate and tropical coastal waters
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Lee Byrne's spotted ray and dogfish were worth 15 points for second place and Shane Boxall was third with a conger, a dogfish and 10 points.
Conger eels are very common off the coast of South and West Wales.
A scientist's draft report showed stocks were being hit by hungry seals - but the final edited version claimed the damage was being caused by "large predators or conger eels".
Vic Evans, holder of the World, European and British conger eel records, is convinced that there are 10ft long, 200 lb-plus specimens waiting to be caught in the English Channel.
Single conger eels took the prizes when Gwent and District SAC fished at Sully.
Mark Bennett, 35, a building worker from nearby Neyland, scored a personal best of 24lb 8oz in a midnight conger session, baiting with mackerel and squid.
In addition to the sale, the company has closed its Congers, New York production facility, which housed the aerosol packaging line.
Jim Grovell staked his claim to the PS100 first prize by catching a 5lb 15oz conger from the pier, while the PS50 for the runner-up went to Adam Farmer, who fished by the outfall and reeled in a 4lb 6oz conger.
SUZANNE MARTIN, a 30-something blonde from Seaford, Sussex, is the British Conger Club's new champion.
Newport and District SAC had plenty of action at Goldcliff as conger and rays came to the baits.
MONSTER conger eels start life more than two miles below the thick weed of the Sargasso Sea, in the heart of the mid-Atlantic's mysterious Bermuda Triangle.
Rhondda Valley SAC member John Griffiths was fourth and 17 points to the good with three congers and 4.