Entry Form:- PG 2022 Entry Form
Entry forms :-
Please finalise your entries and return to the club ASAP so that we can organise the teams:-
The SGFC Tuna Slam will take place throughout the entire months of June, July and August with boundaries extended to Central Zone Waters
Entry: $250 per boat regardless of the number of anglers – boats must be registered before heading to sea to compete.
Registering: To register contact the club secretary ( Anita – 0402 615 814)
Prizes: The pool starts with $2,000.00 not won last year…
40% of the entry pool to the heaviest Blue Fin
40% to heaviest other tuna and remainder to the Club
North to Latitude – 33.10.000
South to Latitude – 35 15 000
Please note eligible tuna must conform to NSWGFA rules i.e. they must be at least equal in weight to the line class used.
The SGFC website and facebook will be regularly updated with details of leading fish.
The 2021 Peter Goadby Memorial Tournament will take place on the 17th. and 18th. April’2021
The 2021 NSWGFA Interclub Tournament will take place on the last week-end of February 2020. Next year’s tournament is a far cry from previous events so read the rules carefully…
The SGFC Tuna Slam will take place throughout the entire months of July and August.
Entries are $250 per boat regardless of anglers – boats must be registered before heading to sea.
40% of total entry pool goes to heaviest Blue Fin, 40% to heaviest other tuna and remainder to the Club.
SGFC website and facebook will be regularly updated with details of leading fish.
The 2020 Geoff Woolley Memorial Monster Mako Tournament will be held on Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd August.
Fish from home port.
$80 per adult angler, $35 per junior angler.
The Sydney Game Fishing Club, located in Sydney’s Watsons Bay, hosted the Peter Goadby Memorial Tournament over the weekend of 13th and 14th April 2019. The tournament is proudly presented by Little Audrey Charters, Australia’s premier luxury game fishing charter.
The tournament saw glamourous conditions and with the prize pool including $50,000 in cash, a total prize value of over $80,000 and a historical big fish. Over 50 boats took up the challenge and the fish arrived on cue and did not disappoint.
With reports of good numbers of marlin, tuna and sharks throughout the entire fishing zone, the fleet stretched out between chasing the Stripes on the inshore grounds, while the sharkers and those chasing the big Blues and yellowfin went wide.
Between the fleet, there was a total of 86 strikes and 67 hook ups. 25 marlin were captured or tagged, which comprised 21 Stripes, 1 Black and 3 Blue marlin. On the yellowfin tuna front, 9 were caught with many more big barrels earning their freedom while the sharkers got a mixed bag of tigers, makos, whalers and blue sharks.
Congratulations to Zorro who took out Champion Boat Tag and Release, Undertaker who took out Champion Boat Capture and Rabbit who took out Heaviest Marlin over 250kg and the $50,000.
Sydney Game Fishing Club would like to thank all of the competitors and sponsors who made the tournament possible including: Little Audrey Charters, IBW Constructions, Short Marine, Sylvania Marina, Furuno Australia, Marina Bayside, Ottos Tackle World, Pakula Lures, Fishing Station, Sydney Harbour Exclusive, Lewis Financial Management, Dalbora Marina, Okuma rapala, Costa Sunglasses, Black Pete Tackle, Sheldon & Hammond Victorinox Knives, Tantrum Lures, Collin Forrest Jewelry, Wellseys Tackle, Global Tackle, Cons Milk Bar, Bowies Diving and Coffee Den.
Results – Tag and Release
|Champion Boat Tag and Release||Zorro (BBGFC) – 57,500 points|
|Runner up Tag and Release||Markoo (SGFC) – 47,087 points|
|Third Tag and Release||Hoodlum (SGFC) – 33,058 points|
|Fourth Tag and Release||Ambition (SGFC) – 20,000 points|
|Champion Boat under 8m||Zorro (BBGFC) – 57,500 points|
|Champion Lady Tag and Release||Lubi Belacova (SGFC)|
||Jonah Levi – 10,000 points|
Results – Capture
|Champion Boat Capture||Undertaker (PHGFC) – 37,042 points|
|Runner up Boat Capture||X-Stream (BBGFC) – 18,080 points|
|Heaviest Marlin Over 250kg
||Rabbit (PHGFC) – 288kg|
|Heaviest Shark||X-stream (BBGFC) – 269kg Mako Shark|
|Heaviest Tuna||Rabbit (PHGFC) – 58.5 Yellow Fin Tuna|
||Hammish Husband – 18,023 points|
SGFC does not support the proposed Hawkesbury Shelf Marine Park. Below are some ideas to ensure your voice is heard.
- Make sure you fill in the Governments own online survey
- Register your support at the Stop the Lockout website and facebook group.
- Sign the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers petition on their website
- Send a letter to your local member explaining why the marine parks proposal is flawed, we’ve created a simple template to give you some ideas. Click here to download the letter template.
- Email your objections to email@example.com
- Attend he Anti-Marine Parks Lockout Rally – Thursday 27th September in Sydney. Meet at Hyde Park from midday, march begins at 1:30pm.