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Tuross Head Fishing Club News March

This months Tuross Head Fishing Club 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 all the attending members to Max Castle and the crew at the wonderful Wallaga Lake tourist park for a great weekend.

The measure-in was held on the deck of the Tuross Boatshed and Cafe in nice sunny and warm weather. Approximately twenty members attended.


Goblet: Tailor John Suthern 52 cm 74 points


Outside Rodney Federer Snapper 44.0 cm 61.11 points

Lake and Estuary John Suthern Tailor 52.0 cm 74.00 points

Rock & Beach Tim Kovacs Salmon 68.5 cm 85.00 points


Outside not awarded

Lake and Estuary not awarded

Rock & Beach not awarded

Junior not awarded

Turkey…… John Suthern - Poor John. A series of unfortunate incidents befell him over the Wallaga weekend. The batteries on his boat went flat and the engine could not be started as a result requiring a tow back the caravan park. His phone suffered water damage and ceased to function. As a result the awarding of the "Turkey of the month" was unanimous. However, the Mystery fish (no.21) was also won by John Suthern during the course of the March goblet measure-in.

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