Predator anglers won't be forgetting 2007 in a hurry.
For as well as the 30th anniversary of the Pike Anglers Club and a record-breaking convention, it was the PAC's most successful year ever for catches on its events.
Two 30lbs fish - topped by a 39lbs 8oz monster - and more than 35 twenties were caught by members on fish-ins arranged by the club.
Events organiser Mark Skinner said: "Members told us they enjoyed events so we've done our best to put on more of them.
"We can't guarantee the fish, of course, but it's been an exceptional year for us, in which an awful lot of members have caught new PBs.
"Many more have enjoyed the chance to fish some special waters, renew aquaintances and forge new friendships with pike anglers from all over."
Those catching new PBs included Lyn Baker, whose 39lbs 8oz Lake of Menteith pike is the biggest ever caught by a female angler.
PAC events also upped PBs for Dave Ross, with a 30lbs 2oz, Jack Culpin, 28lbs, and disabled angler Darren Bragg, 18lbs 8oz.
Thirty-six twenties and well over 100 doubles were also caught.
Mark said that total could rise this weekend, as more than 30 members target an East Midlands syndicate complex.
Next year, the club has even more events on offer and any member of the PAC can apply to fish them.
For more information on events and the work of the club, go to www.pacgb.com .