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Tomakin Fishing Club May report

G'day Rec Fishos. The Tomakin Fishing Club's monthly competition of May was supported with good numbers. Our Anglers and Spearos enjoyed sunny weather and were blessed with a good feed for the table.

The swell was starting to rise, the water clarity becoming murkier and the water temperature getting cooler. But this didn't affect the fishing. Proof was in the pudding with Hooch from the Malua Bay Fishing Club only two days before smashing their club's Mulloway record and his personal best of 20 kilograms. It was great to listen to Hooch's and many others shenanigans while pursuing their preferred recreational fishing.

This month's junior sponsor was Eurobodalla Tyre & Suspension Service, thanks Norm and Donna, we couldn't of done it without you. Of course I can't forget my brother from another mother, Anthony Stokman from Compleat Angler Batemans Bay. Without Stoky keeping the club in the back of his mind we wouldn't be where we are today.

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On with the weigh-in results

Species out of the bag 1. Bream, 2. Whiting and 3. Gamefish.

1. Bream, Dale Evans weighing at 290 grams 2. Whiting, none captured. 3. Gamefish, none captured.

Junior Cock of the Walk went to to Callie Evans with a fine Morwong of 1.22 Kilos.

Rock, Beach and Estuary Cock of the Walk went to Brian Evans with a Dusky Flathead of 970 grams.

Overall Spearfishing Cock of the Walk went to Joe Harper with a total of 197 points.

The Blue Water Cock of the Walk went to Paul Wright with a Snapper of 1.07 Kilos.

The Overall winner for the Anglers went to Paul Wright with his fine eating Snapper.

Don't forget our first social meet for 2017 will be on the 17th of May at Harry's Bar 6pm. For the first 20 mins we will talk about a club fishing shirt that we want your input as to its design and graphics. We will also be discussing the benefits of becoming an ANSA member. After that we can eat, drink and be merry.

See you there.

#Sports #Tomakin

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