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THFC news - Dec

Although this is late in being published here is the November Goblet Results. The goblet fish was Blackfish and congratulations to all those who wet lines and further congratulations to all the class and goblet winners.

Fourteen anglers measured fish in which comprised of three ladies, one junior and ten men. The total fish entered included eight Blackfish, four Dusky Flathead, six Sand Fathead, eight Tailor and one Nannygai. That is a measured-in of twenty seven fish. The goblet presentation was held at the Tuross Boatshed and Cafe and every one reported having a great time. There were a number of very sun burnt faces which reflected that it was a great weather over the weekend. Again, Shannon, Casey and the crew looked provided excellent food, service and hospitality.

The Mystery Fish number that was drawn produced Blackfish which was won by Janet Sinclair


Goblet: Blackfish John Suthern 42.7 cm 98.30 points


Outside Gav Robinson Sand Flathead 56.5 cm 93.51 points

Lake and Estuary John Suthern Blackfish 42.7 cm 98.30 points

Rock & Beach Merv Roberts Blackfish 38.9 cm 81.77 points


Outside Jeannie Dixon Sand Flathead 49.5 cm 74.59 points

Lake and Estuary Janet Sinclair Blackfish 38 cm 77.85 points

Rock & Beach N/A

Junior Harmony-Rose Paul Tailor 32 cm 34 points

Turkey…… Merv Roberts with his tiny little Blackfish

The next Goblet Competition is this coming weekend – December 9, 10, 11 (the Goblet Fish is Flathead) and the measure-in proceedings will be followed by the Fishing club Christmas party.

Scott Paul

Competition Secretary


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