- 10/01/2011 at 11:03 pm #6988
Entry forms to be picked up anytime at HQ prior to commencement of any fishing
Entry is at the discretion of Ian Robertson -co-ordinator
Fishing between Taumutu and Birdlings Flat all day sunday finishing at 8pm sunday 16th
$10 entry fee,prize giving 9pm sunday..open to friends etc..
1 ticket prize (painting)
1 prize largest non scale-digital accepted (money plus..gear
1 prize largest scale fish-digital accepted (money plus..gear
1 prize hard luck story..anything accepted..(gear
1 prize biggest crab caught- all crabs to be forfeited to management no digi photos accepted..(money plus gear
Max of 3 fish and as many crabs as you like entered per person/entry(best to enter your biggest)lol
fish can be weighed and details taken then cleaned or disposed of/or released..camera pics accepted Honesty is the best policy
gathering starts at 8 pm sun night at Wharehapuku Art Studio 151 Poranui beach rd-Ph 329 0002
finger food provided BYO booze or refreshments
Studio will be manned as HQ for all the period of comp..13/01/2011 at 12:57 am #17112
considering all things have decided after swell maps and when Im available to settle on Sunday as above…start as early in the morning as you like..hopefully waves will go down and if they dont we will have a lot fewer fish fish caught and a good hard comp cheers13/01/2011 at 3:16 am #17113
you have considered everything ? , how have you considered the intentions of other fishermen ??
I wish anyone all the best …..but I will also be giving it a miss this weekend……….unless the forcast changes of course13/01/2011 at 4:03 am #17114
I think the biggest consideration was trying to call it with enough time for people to arrange their weekends sorry the future swell looks too big for you Graham…13/01/2011 at 9:47 am #17118
I am struggling with the swell forecast, 4-5 hours is a long trip for such conditions. Would see how things look in the morning before making up my mind. Might hit Kaikoura Friday night….
Birdlings flat seems to be the roughest spot along the entire coast on swellmap13/01/2011 at 11:09 am #17120elmo22Participant
hard call to c what the next few days will bring ………..they did not see the big rains in aussie poor buggers so north wester here this weekend MAY b clam on sunday i see tuesday is flat so lets hope 4 the best all the best to those who turn up but not 2 much luck as me and the wife will b out there also see you all at prize giving(story telling)13/01/2011 at 12:54 pm #17121
there was a biggish swell out here today but a lone fisher managed to pull a kahawai and a small greyboy out of it..like I said hard conditions so what..we just have to work a little harder..sunday doesnt look half as bad though..even if its a coupla hours before the finish..ya never know..I think it might be nice to have a more social event than a downright sea harvest..at the end of the day..I hope everyone walks away with a smile and possibly some new friends.There is less than a third of the fish around than when I was a young fella and a big part of the 2nd biggest participation..sport in NZ (fishing)is getting out in the elements and fresh air and having ago!And we all know lawn bowls is the biggest participation sport in NZ..but somehow I dont fancy that..Thanks Guys for the support..The event will be as good as the people who come to it..Please ph 329 0002 for any enquires..Cheers Ian
copyright IKSR14/01/2011 at 3:02 am #17126
Sorry guys looks unlikely now that I would make it. Number of reasons including gear failure (6500b cuts lines (old issue) and my emblem just started to ‘vibrate’ when winding. So down to one working Surf Reel). Also the forecast is looking poor for fly fishing on Saturday. If I do get there would not be able to attend the evening gathering and would have to be on the road by around 6pm. So its a long drive for me, and one I can not get the best out of.
Also need to search for this little fellow, 18 years old and she wandered off tuesday night. The search is probably in vain, but would like to give her a proper burial. Hence why these been no fishing reports this week.
14/01/2011 at 4:10 am #17127
Forcast is looking a lot better ….might have to venture out myself afterall ..
I could lend ya a good surf reel milly ? youd have to swap the handle around cause as I recall your all backwards and upside down and shit lmao
I dont like this idea of rego’ing beforehand , I’d wanna be fishing by 5am …..have to wake sleepy man up14/01/2011 at 4:58 am #17128
good luck with the dog milly..
Dont worry G… hq will be manned..from 12. 01 in the morning till finish just allow 3 mins of your time to call in to register..14/01/2011 at 9:24 pm #17132
Rules ???? are we to assume they are the same as the likes of nape nape or amberly ?
1 rod each ???
Mulletman can catch a ride out with me if he’s boy enough lol …….??14/01/2011 at 11:03 pm #17133
Nah, see no need to limit rod numbers. It is not going to be crowded like a proper comp.15/01/2011 at 2:51 am #17134
only ten sticks of gelignite per person,five assorted spears no treble hooks bigger than 1 metre in size..and your liver and kerosene bait must be at least ten parts water…The use of loud hailers and foghorns will be limited to within 1km of mean high tide..15/01/2011 at 11:39 pm #17147
Emo is leading two sections ..biggest scale fish and biggest non scale heres the pics
16/01/2011 at 11:19 am #17152
A good time was had by all..heres some winners that didnt miss out and fished the comp..
Allan (champ-tickle me Elmo)won the two top classes (heaviest scale and non scale fish)
Dwayne (fisherman24)Won the ticket prize
Randal wood won the hard luck prize
Sandra the womens prize
Trev (aka hardy)the longest distance competitor
Thankyou people for a pleasant competition and great company..great to meet you all
..and thankyou Ross for the sponsorship well done mate
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