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Tuross Head Fishing Club news

June 2017 Goblet BREAM The June Goblet Fishing Competition target species is Bream and the competition was held of the weekend of June 16, 17 and 18. The weather during the weekend was excellent with calm seas, clear water and little wind. This meant that catching fish was hard and it was tough offshore, in the estuary and also off rock and beach. Eight anglers took to the various waters and managed to catch and enter fish, others tried with little success. Overall there were fifty six fish entered. Those anglers who entered fish comprised of two ladies and six men. The measure-in was held in very calm and warm weather in the downstairs BBQ area of the Tuross Head Country Club with approximately thirty members and guests in attendance. As usual a well prepared and tasty lunch was served and thanks go to the catering team and contributors. The July Goblet competition will be held over the weekend of July 6, 7, 8 and the target species is Salmon so drag out your fighting fish rods and reels and have fun. The measure-in will again be at the Tuross Head Country Club venue and starting at 1300 hours (1 pm) on Sunday July 8. RESULTS: Goblet: Bream Peter Dugan 43.5 cm 104 points MENS Outside Gavin Robinson leather jacket 46.5 cm 117.04 points Lake and Estuary Peter Dugan Bream 43.5 cm 104.00 points Rock & Beach There were no fish submitted for this category. LADIES Outside Janet Sinclair leather jacket 44 cm 107.78 points Lake and Estuary Janet Sinclair Bream 39.3 cm 87.20 points Rock & Beach Rachael Kennedy leather jacket 36.4 cm 55.33 points Junior No Juniors competed in this Goblet. Mystery fish draw drew number three which was bream and won by Janet Sinclair Turkey…… The prize for inadvertently doing something silly was won by Janine Suthern for eating small painted sinkers thinking they were coated peanuts.

Scott Paul Competition Secretary

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