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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Tuross Head Fishing Club December Report

For the fifth month in a row I did manage to bring you another wet weekend.

In amongst the rain, thunderstorm, hail and the possible threat of a tsunami we did manage to see some sunshine and some great fishing.

Sixteen members recorded a total of 54 fish with 13 species of fish been caught. The Goblet fish was Whiting and was won by a Junior member, Chris Westbury. Catching a 39cm. Whiting worth 91.56pts. Our first junior winner for a long time. Congratulations Chris. Mens Lake and Estuary was won by Neil Alexander with a Trevally 38cm. worth 78.48pts.

Womens Lake and Estuary winner was Pam Alexander with a 31cm. Bream worth 70.02pts.

Mens Outside was won by Mathew Roberts with a Flathead 55cm. worth 98.75pts.

Womens Outside winner was Jeanie Dixon with a Sergeant Baker 39cm. worth 52.5pts.

Mens Rock and Beach was won by Scott Westbury with a Salmon 57.6cm. worth 99pts.

Womens Rock and Beach was not won.

Junior prize went to Chris Westbury with his Whiting 39cm worth 91.56pts.

Mystery Fish prize , No. 6 Drummer was not won.

Turkey of the Month was Awarded to Scott Westbury who lost his net whilst trying to net a fish and deciding to fish a little too long on Saturday and getting caught out in the severe storm getting totally wet.

Next Month's Goblet fish is Garfish. Dates Feb. 18th-19th-20th

I will try my best for some sunshine.

Regards , Neil Alexander Competition Secretary.

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