Tag & Release – Summer Point Score Weekend

PORAS Trophy

To be eligible for the PORAS Trophy, club members are invited to fish the 1st and 3rd whole weekend of each month. Commencing on the 3rd Weekend of September until the 1st Weekend of May, including any local tournament within Sydney Waters sanctioned by NSWGFA (ie, Central Zone Rounds) as well as the four days of the Interclub Competition at Port Stephens.

Sydney Waters include the areas bounded by Norah Head Lighthouse to the north and Wollongong Lighthouse to the south and sixty miles seaward.

On all Summer Point Score week-ends you must stipulate which day you want to fish, this can be done by logging onto a radio boat or any other SGFC boat out fishing on the day as well as marking any T&R certificate clearly as Summer Point Score.

All Sydney Game Fishing Point score rounds must be conducted with in the bound of the NSW Game Fishing Association Rules

Available line classes include:

Light       – 10 kg
Medium – 15 kg
Heavy    – 24 kg, 37 kg and 60 kg

The winner and runner up being determined by total points scored.

BOAT TOTAL MARLIN SHARKS YELLOWFIN OTHERS

Updated 06/09/17

 

Summer Point Score – Capture

Keith Whithead Trophy

This competition runs from the 3rd Weekend of September until the 1st Weekend of May, including any local tournament within Sydney Waters sanctioned by NSWGFA (ie, Central Zone Rounds) as well as the four days of the Interclub Competition at Port Stephens.

Sydney Waters include the areas bounded by Norah Head Lighthouse to the north and Wollongong Lighthouse to the south and sixty miles seaward.

On all Summer Point Score week-ends you must stipulate which day you want to fish, this can be done by logging onto a radio boat or any other SGFC boat out fishing on the day as well as marking any Capture certificate clearly as Summer Point Score.

All Sydney Game Fishing Point score rounds must be conducted within the bound of the NSW Game Fishing Association Rules

The line classes:

Ultra Light  – 4 kg and 6 kg line
Light            – 8  kg and 10 kg
Medium      – 15 kg
Heavy          – 24 kg, 37 kg and 60 kg

BOAT TOTAL ULTRA LIGHT MEDIUM HEAVY

Updated 06/09/17

Summer Point Score – Tag & Release

Tennessee ll Tag & Release Trophy – Pointscore Days

This competition runs from the 3rd Weekend of September until the 1st Weekend of May, including any local tournament within Sydney Waters sanctioned by NSWGFA (ie, Central Zone Rounds) as well as the four days of the Interclub Competition at Port Stephens.
Sydney Waters include the areas bounded by Norah Head Lighthouse to the north and Wollongong Lighthouse to the south and sixty miles seaward.
On all Summer Point Score week-ends you must stipulate which day you want to fish, this can be done by logging onto a radio boat or any other SGFC boat out fishing on the day as well as marking any Capture certificate clearly as Summer Point Score.
All Sydney Game Fishing Point score rounds must be conducted within the bound of the NSW Game Fishing Association Rules

The line classes:

Ultra Light – 4 kg to 10 kg lines
Light           – 15 kg line
Medium     – 24 kg line
Heavy         –  37 kg and 60 kg lines

BOAT TOTAL ULTRA LIGHT MEDIUM HEAVY

Updated 06/09/17

Line Class Capture

LINE SPECIES ANGLER BOAT STATUS WEIGHT POINTS
10 BLUEFIN TUNA Stephen Liddall CASEY Adult Male 63.00 13693.05
10 SNAPPER Ethan Moses MY MOLLY Junior Boy 3.17 104.01
24 BLUEFIN TUNA Ron Kovacs AMBITION Adult Male 71.50 2939.54
37 BROADBILL Phillip Webster LITTLE AUDREY Adult Male 80.00 1037.84

Updated 13/09/17

 

Tag & Release – Overall

John O’Brien Trophy

This competition runs from 1st July until 30th June and is for Tag & Release.  Any fish tagged anywhere on the NSW coast is eligible, with the winner and runner up being determined by total points scored.

All Sydney Game Fishing Point score rounds must be conducted with in the bound of the NSW Game Fishing Association Rules

BOAT TOTAL MARLIN SHARKS YELLOWFIN OTHERS
CASEY 25050 25050
SMARTBILL 24150 24150
SEADEUCE 13800 13800
GALE FORCE 13800 13800
SHAKARA 6900 6900

Updated  06/09/17