spotted ray


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Synonyms for spotted ray

ray with back covered with white or yellow spots

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Mike Darling with the record-breaking spotted ray he caught off Seaham pier; inset, Tony Crawford with his 8lb cod taken aboard Upholder
COLEEN Rooney at the Chill Out Spa in Knowsley Park spotted RAY Quinn shopping at Speke Retail Park
Winner Nigel Putbrace, from Cardiff, had a spotted ray to go with his five dogfish and give him a total of 20 points.
A spotted ray of 3lb was taken from The Blast Beach.
Ryan, pictured with his winning fish, crushed rival juniors and 36 adults with a 5lb 8oz (2k 500g) spotted ray, one of the smaller members of the big family of winged rays that flap around the UK coast.
He fished at Stout Point and beached a smoothound, a bass and a spotted ray to take the PS300 first prize donated by Maria Hughes from Beach Cafe at Llantwit Major as well as collecting 20 Garry Evans Seamaster points.
His colourful 12lb 13oz 12dms painted ray is one of the biggest seen near a UK beach - and his latest 5lb 14oz 4dms spotted ray will be tough to beat.
Furness also had the heaviest bag of three fish, one of which was a spotted ray, for 4.
Allan Hodge, of Plymouth, landed the first leg in May with an 8lb 12oz spotted ray, followed in June by a 28lb 4oz starry smooth-hound caught by Tony Bowering of Bridgwater, Somerset.
Second place went to Team Moonfleet member Ian Davies who caught a spotted ray, a conger, a pouting and a rockling adding up to 5.
Allan landed Britain's biggest spotted ray in our May contest.
Chris Jenkins, a 31-year-old caravan engineer from Bridgend, topped the weights on a difficult day with a spotted ray and a dogfish weighing 1.
Before the big seas put many marks south of the Tyne out, a party of anglers landed seven dogfish from Seaham North pier, Kenny McCoy taking a spotted ray of 3lb.
These are unusual to the North East coast and, what with the spotted ray being taken at Seaham - again unusual for our area - hopefully things are changing for the better.