Archive | Fishing news RSS feed for this archive

Bulahdelah Bass Bash 2016

The Bass Bash is a catch and release fishing competition held at both a senior and junior level. Sign on commences at the Bulahdelah Lions Park Riverbank at 4pm Friday 12 February and enjoy free camping on the riverbank. ENTRY FEE | Adults $10 and kids $5 Categories include: Juniors: Eel Classic – Mightiest Mullet […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Annual Flathead Classic – Sat 24 & Sun 25 October

Open to all Anglers & Juniors The Annual Flathead Classic is on in October and the fishing club is asking for people to pre-register prior to the competition – the first 150 entries will be the lucky winners of a free promo bag with goodies from the sponsors. With over $1500 in cash prizes to be won and two […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Family fishing at Allworth

Flathead Classic has something for everyone You’re invited to the Allworth and District Social Fishing Club’s Flat Head Classic for a great weekend of family fishing. WHEN:  Saturday 2 – Sunday 3 November 2013 WHERE:  Karuah River from the Allworth Boat ramp fishing as far up the river as is legal to the second (old) […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Fishing Club Calendar | Froggers talk

Allworth and District Social fishing Club – AADSFC Attached is the AADSFC event calendar for September, October, November and December 2013. Note: The December Market is on Sunday 22 December not the 29th as shown on the Calendar. AADSFC calendar SEP-DEC 13 Froggers talk at Library rescheduled Organisers have advised that due to unforeseen circumstances, the […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Fishing Calendar

Allworth and District Social Fishing Club The Open Fishing weekend is held monthly on the third weekend of the month. If you’d like to join the fishing club or keep up-to-date with what is happening at ADSFC visit their Facebook page or download the July/August 2013 Calendar

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Fresh-water fishing

A story by Beryl Bowden One pastime that was enjoyed through the years but has now gone out of favour is fresh-water fishing. Many a mullet or perch was caught and cooked for tea straight from the river to the pan. We didn’t like mullet, we thought they tasted muddy however; Peg Davey and Margaret […]

8 Comments Continue Reading →