2016 Fishing Competition

Perfect fishing weather greeted 21 entrants in 6 boats on Sunday, 10th January. Chris Hall caught the biggest fish, a 3kg gummy, and was awarded the “Big Mug”. Ian Jeffries surprised everyone, including himself, winning both the heaviest King George Whiting and the best individual catch of 15 fish.

     The 11 Juniors performed well with Megan Sebire winning the Adrian Rutley (her Uncle) U18 trophy with a 1kg leather jacket, Sean Moloney catching 11 fish and winning the U13 prize and James Slaviero catching 5 fishing including the smallest “legal size” edible fish.

     Congratulations to all the winners and hopefully the fish start biting for those who missed out.   A special thanks to David Danne who launched and retrieved the boats as well as doing the weigh-ins and completing the tally sheets. Thanks also to Sue Rutley for organizing snacks for the Presentation.

Daryl Cowen

 

Trophies and Awards 10/1/2016

Item

Awarded for:

Trophy

Winner

  1.  

Biggest/Heaviest Fish

The Big Mug

Chris Hall (3 kg Gummy)

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Heaviest King George Whiting

Peter Crowe “Kidney Slapper”

Ian Jeffries (595gm)

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Best (most) boat catch

Copper Fish Trophy

Daryl Cowen & Crew (24)

  1.  

Best (most) individual catch

Clancy Catch Trophy (Anchor)

Ian Jeffries (15)

  1.  

Heaviest Snapper

Peter Ridgeway Snapper Trophy

Bernie Moloney (320gm)

  1.  

Heaviest fish caught by under 18

Adrian Rutley Trophy

Megan Sebire (1 kg)

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Heaviest fish caught by under 13

 

Sean Moloney (825gm)

  1.  

Smallest/lightest ‘legal’ edible fish

Smallest Fish Trophy

James Slaviero   (100gm)

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