Posts made in April, 2017

Dangerous fishing conditions

Posted on Apr 26, 2017

A low pressure system moving into the south coast over the next few days (April 26 - 27) will bring swells to five metres and rough seas. At the same time there will be very low tides and very high tides. Everyone please take care when fishing with all the safety precautions as required. this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on...

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April 2017 Goblet Report.

Posted on Apr 17, 2017

With only two weeks between the March and April goblets and the Easter weekend looming only seven anglers measured-in fish. All were male. No females or juniors had fish to measure-in. The goblet fish was Drummer which is a new fish for the Goblet competitions and a fish that are not commonly sought. Also, due to heavy seas offshore, there were no Outside fish entered. Over the weekend a total of eighteen fish were caught and entered...

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New artificial reef for Merimbula

Posted on Apr 6, 2017

Here is an interesting article reprinted from the "Daily Telegraph" Mar 31, 2017. The article by Al McGlashan describes the science and practice of artificial reefs and how they attract fish of many species to areas that were previously devoid of fish. The article also gives hints on how to fish those reefs.   Artificial Reef Merimbula Daily Tele 31032017Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on...

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March Goblet 2017

Posted on Apr 1, 2017

The Goblet was Tailor Only five anglers measured in fish. This was probably understandable given a very very busy month which encompassed the Flathead and Bream Tournament (with all its setup, administration,meals and the final pull down) followed closely with a club weekend away at Wallaga Lake.  Wallaga Lake was a wet weekend in which the members fished regardless and quite a few contracted colds as a result. A big thank you from...

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