Two fishing club raffles to be won

WHOPPER:Rex Penfold shows off his giant flat head.

WHOPPER:Rex Penfold shows off his giant flat head.

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Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club Fishing Club

THE last weigh-in for the year was on Sunday, November 30 and eskies full of nice fish were entered. 

Bream and flathead were the FOM and a rather large flatty was the highlight. 

Other entries were from Les Toth, Dave Stevens, John Prosser and Cheryl Prosser with an assortment of as previously mentioned bream, sand and dusky flathead, snapper, morwong, leatherjacket, pigfish and gurnard.  Three beat the boards were recorded with congratulations to Rex and John.

Once again we were able to raffle enticing fish trays (nine) with many thanks to our members’ contributions and supporters.

DOUBLE THE CATCH: Les Toth displays his two fish

DOUBLE THE CATCH: Les Toth displays his two fish

Presentation night is on Saturday, December 13 at the MUBC and will be catered for by the Swordfish Restaurant. 

We are all looking forward to the social occasion and the prizes/trophies announcements.

The associated fundraising raffle will also be drawn on the night. 

Good luck to all ticket holders. 

These raffle tickets are available to be purchased on a Wednesday night at the usual bowlo weekly fishing club raffle or at Trent’s Butchers. Prizes include first prize $200 Milton IGA/fuel; second prize: $100 Milton IGA/fuel; third prize: $50 South Ulladulla Meat Market; fourth prize: $50 Lucky’s Seafood.

BIG ONE: Cheryl Prosser shows off her catch from the latest competition.

BIG ONE: Cheryl Prosser shows off her catch from the latest competition.

Also this year the club is holding a comprehensive Christmas raffle with one major prize - a Shakespeare Sapphire Plus Rod, a new Shakespeare Agility X reel, a Surecatch 200pc jumbo value pack tackle box and a Tortue Line 300m Line Size four kilograms. 

Tickets are available to be purchased on a Wednesday night at the fishing club raffle.

Both raffles’ tickets are only $1 each.

A gardener mate was recently telling me how excited he was to be travelling to Australia’s far north Queensland next week, arriving Sunday and fishing as soon as he could. 

I wished him all the best and hoped that he’d catch plenty. 

He replied with “I will Barra, Mundy!”  

Happy and safe Christmas, holidays and new year to all. Enjoy.

GREAT HAUL: Dave Stevens had a good day fishing at the latest competition.

GREAT HAUL: Dave Stevens had a good day fishing at the latest competition.