As of the end of fishing on Sunday 5th. May’19 the Summer Pointscores being the ‘Keith Whitehead Trophy‘, the ‘Poros Trophy‘ and the ‘Tennessee ll Trophy‘ are now finalised for the 2018-2019 season. However the ‘John O’Brian Trophy‘ and the ‘Line Class Trophies‘ continue until 30th. June’19.
As of the 6th. May’19 the ‘Winter Pointscore‘ commences and continues until the end of fishing of the ‘Mako Tournament‘ on the first week-end of August’19, unless otherwise advised.
The Winter Pointscore is composed of a ‘Capture’ and a ‘Tag and Release’ section: Winter Pointscore Capture : There are no set point score days i.e. you may fish on any day but only the highest point scoring fish for each of the winter months is eligible. The winner is the boat with the highest aggregate points over the four winter months (May, June, July and August).
Winter Pointscore T&R : As with the Winter Pointscore Capture there are no set point score days but in this case only the day with the most Tag and Release Points for each of the Winter Pointscore months is eligible. The winner is the boat with the highest aggregate points over the four months (May, June, July and August).
Legendary lure maker Peter Pakula will be at the Sydney Game Fishing Club located on the Watsons Bay ferry wharf, Watsons Bay, on the 9th. November. Starting at 7:30 pm he will be there to answer all your questions about lures and their use as well as to update us on techniques and technology…
The annual Geoff Woolley Memorial Monster Mako Tournament is set to be held on August 5th and 6th 2017.
Entry is $80 for adult anglers and $35 for juniors.
Boats must return to SGFC clubhouse on Saturday evening but can return to their home ports on Sunday evening. Boats returning to their home port on Sunday can weigh fish at their home club premises, but all tag cards and capture
certificates for that day must be received by SGFC by 3:00pm on the Tuesday following the tournament.