Shoalhaven Open Tournament 2017

Shoalhaven Open Tournament 2017

We are Jervis Bay Game Fishing Club. Jervis Bay is located just south of Nowra, on the south coast of New South Wales. The pristine waters in & around Jervis Bay and surrounding areas are host to all major Game & Sport fish, such as Blue, Black & Striped Marlin, Dolphin fish, Yellowtail Kingfish, and several Tuna species including Yellowfin.

Our club is affiliated Game Fishing Clubs within N.S.W. We are affiliated with the Australian Game Fishing Association and the N.S.W. Game Fishing Association.
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Eden Open Tournament 2017

Eden Open Tournament 2017

The club also strongly supports the NSW fisheries Tag and Release (T&R) program with more than half of our club and tournament prizes being awarded based on points for T&R fish.

Throughout its history, the ES&GFC has repeatedly recorded catches of various fish species including Yellow and Blue fin Tuna, Thresher and Mako Sharks, Broadbill and Short bill Spearfish and Marlin. As a club affiliated with both the Game Fishing Association Australia (GFAA) and the Australian National Sportfish Association (ANSA) we hold several past and present Australian and NSW GFA records for fish caught in our surrounding waters.

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Broken Bay Invitatinal 2017

Broken Bay Invitatinal 2017

The Port Hacking Game Fishing Club is one of the oldest and longest running game fishing clubs in NSW waters and has strong affiliations with the NSWGFA, GFAA, IGFA. Many of our members past and present hold a range of NSW, Australian and World records.

The club operates out of the Royal Motor Yacht Club Port Hacking and boasts first class marina, boating and weigh station facilities. We have a strong following with well over a 120 financial members and some 30 plus boats ranging in size from 19’ – 60’ foot. During the fishing season club point score days are held twice a month over the weekends with members being able to elect either Saturday or Sunday to fish.

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Zane Grey Tournament 2017

Zane Grey Tournament 2017

Bay Of Islands Swordfish Club

Game fishing by rod and reel was first started by a few enthusiasts at the turn of the century. In February 1915, Major A.D. Campbell caught the first ever marlin on rod and reel in the Bay of Islands. It was during the mid-1920s that Zane Grey, the American writer and fisherman came to the Bay of Islands and the Bay became famous as a game fishing.

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Coastguard launch unique 'Donate a Fish' fundraiser

Coastguard launch unique 'Donate a Fish' fundraiser

The Coastguard has launched a unique fundraising drive that will see people catching fish for charity in Auckland today.

Those out fishing today are encouraged to donate part of their catch at Okahu Bay, Westhaven, Half Moon Bay or Takapuna boat ramps, with the fish then being sold at auction tomorrow.

Coastguard spokesman Ray Burge said it’s a great way to support their “critical” lifesaving efforts.

“We’re the only search and rescue service out there that caters for the boating public, there is only one coast guard that goes out and helps these people when they’re in need.”

He said its a service everyone who boats should be supporting however they can.

“Everybody on a rescue boat is a volunteer so there’s been over 300,000 hours of volunteer time that Coastguard volunteers put towards saving people, educating them and just being out on the water and making sure people come home.”

The auction will be held at the Silo Park Produce Market.

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Published at Sat, 04 Mar 2017 03:07:31 +0000