Members catch good weights in competition nine

THE Bomaderry RSL Amateur Fishing Club’s competition nine for the month of March has been held and consisted of beach fishing only. 

There was a good turnout of anglers and a good selection of fish.

The overall winner was Darryl Salway and runner-up was Phil Muller. 

Junior winner was Tyler France. 

Sub junior winner was Emily France. 

Fish of the month, being a flathead, went to Phil Muller at 1.862 kilograms. Mystery weigh of 0.400 kilograms was shared by Dot Sharman and Dave Mason. Heaviest bream went to Nathan Woods at 0.930 kilograms.

Ron Smith caught two tailor at 1.925 kilograms. 

Phil Muller caught bream, salmon, tailor and flathead at a weigh of 11.300 kilograms. 

Graham Henry caught a salmon and a red rock cod at 2.51 kilograms. 

Dot Sharman caught a bream at 0.378 kilograms. 

Bob Webster caught a flathead at 0.510 kilograms. 

Kevin Boose caught salmon and tailor at 4.66 kilograms. 

Andrew Sutherland caught five salmon and two tailor at 9.160 kilograms. 

Doug Payne caught five salmon at the combined weight of 8.150 kilograms. 

Darren France (junior) caught a salmon and a mullet at 1.750 kilograms. 

Tyler France (junior) caught a salmon and a flounder at 1.580 kilograms. 

Emily France caught a salmon at 1.400 kilograms. 

Casey Komma (junior) caught a flathead at 0.550 kilograms. 

Katie Komma caught a salmon at 1.050 kilograms. 

Stephen Ivers caught a salmon at 1.690 kilograms. 

Darryl Salway caught flathead, salmon, bream, and mulloway at a combined weight of 11.850 kilograms. 

Justine Reynolds caught salmon, bream and a mulloway at 6.125 kilograms. 

Dale Woods caught salmon, tailor, whiting and mulloway at 9.375 kilograms. Nathan Woods caught bream and tailor at 2.500 kilograms. 

Glen Edwards caught tailor, whiting and salmon at 2.310 kilograms. 

Dave Mason caught mulloway and tailor at 4.500 kilograms.

Next competition is April 11 to 13. 

Fish of the month is mullet.

Webbie

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