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Tomakin Fishing Club news


August's monthly results report for the Tomakin Fishing Club is short and sweet.

The fishing has been patchy at best the past couple of weeks with weather conditions playing havoc with people's times to go fishing and this was reflected in Sunday's competition.

Species out of the bag 1. Blackfish, 2. Bream and 3. Pigfish.

1. Blackfish, none caught 2. Bream, Dale Evans 630 grams 3. Pigfish, Justin Evans 290 grams

The Junior Angler Cock of the walk was won by Jacob Beissner with his cracka Snapper of 1.57 kilos

The Junior Spearfishing Cock of the Walk was won by Kellen Leniehan with an commendable 154.4 points

The Rock, Beach & Estuary Cock of the Walk was awarded to Jason Jessopwith his Salmon weighing 730 grams

The Senior Spearfishing Cock of the Walk was secured by Ben Gordon with an impressive 373 points. Ben and Joe are neck and neck for top position and will be interesting to see who comes out on top by November.

The Blue Water Cock of the walk was won by Ray Gatt with a solid Morwong of 1.65 kilos. Ray was also the Overall Angling Cock of the Walk for this month. Well done Ray.

This months Junior sponsor was generously donated by the Tomakin Auto Centre and of course we must not forget Anthony James Stokman of Compleat Angler Batemans Bay for securing the floating polarized fishing sunglasses for the juniors.

Don't forget the Bonanza is approaching and we are wanting everyone to register online the super easy website. Go to www.scmb.com.au and get yourself signed up.

Tight lines and sharp spears.

#Sports #Tomakin

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