Yah, at last we have had our first club day. Unfortunately I think the weather may have put a few anglers off.
We had 35 anglers and 15 boats. I think the fish were the winners on the day; the fish were certainly hard to catch. Needless to say we weren’t very busy at the weigh station.
Yay, at last we have had our first club day. Unfortunately, I think the weather may have put a few anglers off however we hosted 35 anglers and 15 boats. I think the fish were the winners on the day; they were certainly hard to catch and needless to say we weren’t very busy at the weigh station.
Welcome to the New Club Season!!
Here’s hoping we can get a few more club days in. The Annual General Meeting was held, so once again the new season starts! This saw more changes to the running of the ship. This year we had members of the committee stand down.
Fantastic day in regards to the weather, fantastic if you were a fish that didn’t get caught, I think there were quite a few!
We had 74 anglers and 28 boats, and 3 junior anglers, so a great turnout. The Species of fish, I’m sure was very challenging for all. You had to put your thinking caps on but we were fishing for sustainability!! Well done everyone, you are all in the same boat.
What a great start to the New Year, we had our very first Club Day for the season. One could say we were fishing for sustainability; fishing was certainly hard, with a minimal amount of fish weighed in. So we are hoping that our Club day for Anniversary weekend is all go, hopefully no Easterlies.
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
We have had a very dismal start to our fishing season. We have only managed to hold the Pukemanu Challenge. Hopefully we will have a better start to the New Year with a club day on 2nd January 2023. The prize money has jackpotted; there will be over $3000 worth of prize money on the 2nd Jan.