Bunker & Bass Reported

first_imgThere is a lot of bait in both Shinnecock and Peconic Bays. Bunker are everywhere, along with a bit of butterfish with bass on them in the Peconics. There are many reports of schoolie bass in most back bay and creek areas. Outgoing tides are still best, but fish are being caught on both tides.Shinnecock canal has a good amount of schoolie bass along with a few keepers, mostly on rubber baits. Most of the bigger fish have come in the dark on swimming plugs. Fluke have made their presence known in the Shinnecock and Quogue canals as well, only catch and release until May 4. There have been reports of weakfish in the commercial traps, but nothing on hook and line that we’ve heard.The area around Jessups should be full of porgies by now, but have had no confirmation.Our store, East End Bait & Tackle in Hampton Bays, is busting at the seams with inventory, so be sure to stop in. We are stocked with all the seasonal bait and are open seven days for your needs. See [email protected] Sharelast_img read more

Hansom: sincerest form of flattery

first_imgGet your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Subscribe now for unlimited access Stay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletterslast_img read more

OOG shipment departs Dubai

first_imgThe out-of-gauge (OOG) cargo was loaded onto five 40 ft flatracks for export to Spain. Charles Kendall Ayezan explained: “Many challenges arose throughout the OOG shipment, but the project was supervised and managed by two of our very capable staff with great care and precision.“The team kept a close eye on the loading and lashing onto the flatracks, and ensured surveyors certificates were provided throughout the process as per shipping line regulations. Careful planning of truck arrivals at the place of loading was required, and it was essential that the trucks arrived in the correct order to ensure safe lifting.“The team were on a tight schedule, and last minute doubts on cargo readiness meant it was a race against time to meet the vessel cut off time.”Despite a number of issues and an extremely tight time frame, Charles Kendall Ayezan completed the export on time. www.charleskendall.comlast_img read more

Malditas bows to Myanmar in SEAG football bronze game

first_imgAfter a scoreless opening half, theMalditas claimed a 1-0 advantage early in the second half with QuinleyQuezada’s close-range conversion at the 57th minute. The lead was nearly doubledbut Sarina Bolden’s hit was ruled as offside. Myanmar was able to tie the score at1-all with Myanmar’s substitute July Kyaw taking advantage of Malditasgoalkeeper Inna Palacios’ off-guard to convert a header at the 78th minute. With the heartbreaking come-from-behinddefeat, the national women’s football team extended its medal drought in theSEA Games to 34 years. Two minutes later, Myanmar snatched theone goal edge with Yee Yee Oo hitting one from close range. The Filipinas triedhard to mount a comeback, but could not find a decent attempt.center_img MANILA – The Philippine Malditas fellshort of a bronze medal finish following a close 2-1 defeat to Myanmar in the30th Southeast Asian Games women’s football bronze medal match at the RizalMemorial Football Stadium. Vietnam emerged as women’s footballchampion after defeating Thailand in the gold medal match, 1-0. Pham Hai Yenprovided the game-winning goal for the six-time champions Vietnam./PNlast_img read more

Why I am not angry with Conte over bench role – Fabregas

first_imgChelsea midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, has admitted that he used to be so upset about sitting on the bench that he told people not to talk to him.However, with time, he has learnt to put the team first.Fabregas became the first Spaniard to make 300 appearances in the Premier League on Saturday, as the Blues beat Swansea 3-1.It was only his sixth start this season, with another 11 appearances coming off the bench.“In the beginning, when I didn’t play, I told people to not even speak to me because I was really upset,” Fabregas told UK newspapers.“But now that changes with time, age, maturity and experience, which all help you to understand that the most important thing is always the team.“Don’t get me wrong: I want to play. But sometimes you have to fight for it.”Fabregas, who has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge, also insisted he wanted to stay for a long time.“For sure, it’s Chelsea I’m thinking about,” he continued.“Until the day Chelsea tell me they don’t want me, I can leave, and it happens to everyone, then you have to move on.“When my brain says you can’t do it anymore then I will move, probably away from Europe. But for now, it’s all about Chelsea and performing here.”last_img read more