Competition Results

2015/16 Bass Social 1

The first social of the year has been run and won. Thanks to a good first up turn out

with 19 members, 1 visitor and 3 juniors on a overcast day threatening to rain and a

tough bite from all the flow from Warragamba.

 

1st Phil Nix 2 fish 1.391 KG BB 0.748 Kg

2nd Mick Johnson 2 fish 1.258 KG

3rd Stuart Clarke 2 fish 1.188 KG

4th Jeff Skeen 2 fish 1,155 KG

5th Brian Maissin 2 fish 1.091 KG 1st Rouge EP 1.190 KG

6th Joe Sullivan 2 fish 0.887 KG

7th Rick Ritchie 2 fish 0.853 KG

8th Mark Mcgregor 1 fish 0.701 KG

9th Glen Johnson 1 fish 0.614 KG

10th James Tran 2 fish 0,600 KG

11th Allan Newton 1 fish 0.434 KG

12thJosh Edmonds 1 fish 0.170 KG

13th Ray Edmonds ------

13th Grant Edmonds --------

13th Darren Brodie --------

13th Scott Farrall ? ---------

13th Steven Haddon ---------

13th Laurie Ellen ---------

13th Greame Warrant --------

 

Junior Placings

1st Mitchell Clarke 2 fish 1.002 Kg

2nd Lachlan Brobie 0 fish

2nd Owen Brodie 0 fish

 

New Member ? Pete Edmonds

 

Hope to see you all at next event

Cheers Lozza

2014-2015 Club Champions

CHAMPION JUNIOR ANGLER BREAM & BASS COMBINED - Mitch Clarke

CHAMPION JUNIOR BREAM Mitch Clarke

CHAMPION JUNIOR BASS Mitch Clarke

 

CHAMPION SENIOR ANGLER BREAM & BASS COMBINED - Laurie Ellen

 

CHAMPION BREAM ANGLER - Laurie Ellen

Big bream Andrew Whitten 1.113kg

total of 84 fish weighed in over 4 rounds by total 33 seniors & 7 juniors total 40 anglers (2 fish per angler limit)

 

CHAMPION BASS ANGLER - Jefff Skeen

Big bass Mick Johnson 0.852kg

total of 58 fish weighed in over 4 rounds by total 37 seniors & 7 juniors total 44 anglers (2 fish per angler limit)

 

TRI SERIES CHAMPIONS - Team Buzz - Laurie Ellen & Mick Johnson

Big bream Karl Price (round 1) 0.875kg

total of 65 fish weighed in by 20 teams in total over 2 rounds (5 fish limit bream & 4 fish limit bass per team)

 

CHAMPION YAK (tied result) - Rick Ritchie & Jeff Skeen

Big bass Jeff Skeen 355mm

total of 23 fish measured over 3 rounds by 14 anglers (2 fish measured per yak)