BOMADERRY RSL Amateur Fishing Club’s competition was held last weekend and saw a good selection of fish caught.
The overall winner was Andrew Sutherland and runner-up was Phil Muller.
Junior winner was Jai Smith and sub junior winner was Emily France.
Mystery weigh of 1.2 kilograms was taken out by Andrew Sutherland.
Fish of month was whiting and was taken out by Glen Edwards.
Heaviest bream was caught by Tyler France at 0.714 kilograms.
Heaviest snapper was caught by Kevin Boese.
Beach fishing saw Phil Muller catch three salmon, two tailor, six whiting and five bream.
Dale Woods caught a salmon and bream at 2.150 kilograms.
Nathan Woods hooked two salmon for a weight of 2.78 kilograms.
Glen Edwards caught seven whiting at 1.500 kilograms.
Tyler France (junior) caught a bream at 0.714 kilograms.
Emily France (sub-junior) caught a bream at 0.480 kilograms.
Estuary saw Tony Smith catch five species consisting of whiting, luderick, flathead, bream and mullet weighing in at 3.275 kilograms.
Jai Smith (sub-junior) caught a mullet, whiting and a flathead weighing in at 0.725 kilograms.
Ron Smith caught 20 fish including four species of luderick, bream, mullet and whiting weighing in at 7.640 kilograms.
John Muller caught 10 luderick at the weight of 4.740 kilograms.
Bob Webster caught four species of flathead, bream, flounder and luderick at the weight of 2.150 kilograms.
Bim Stewart caught a flathead and a luderick.
Deep sea saw Graham Henry catch flathead at 0.320 kilograms.
Dess Dunn caught five flathead at the weight of 1.42 kilograms.
Barry Muller caught flathead, wrasse and a red rock cod.
Rock fishing saw Andrew Sutherland catch drummer, snapper and salmon at the weight of 13.250 kilograms.
Kevin Boese caught snapper, drummer, leatherjacket and bream at the weight of 5.75 kilograms.
Dean Wilson caught morwong.
Next competition on February 14 to 16 is a pairs competition and fish of the month is luderick.