SCGFC – Spring Shootout Report

SCGFC – Spring Shootout Report

SCGFC – Spring Shootout Report

Spring Shootout Report. The 2017 SCGFC Spring Shootout has been run and won. Congratulations to the team on Site Office for taking out the win. 27 boats, 12 Juniors and 78 Senior Anglers took part in this year’s Shootout and whilst Day 1’s weather was great, Day 2 left a bit to be desired. Fishing was slow but everyone had a fantastic time which is true testament to the comradery involved as visiting boats came from  Redcliffe GFC, Newport GFC, Moreton Bay GFC, Gold Coast GFC and Mooloolaba GFC. Official Results Champion Team – Site Office 2 Blue Marlin 2nd – Privateer 1 Blue Marlin 3rd – Reel Capture 2 Sailfish Champion Overall & Female – Wendy Pendrick Champion Male – Daniel Arnold Champion Light Tackle – Lachlan Downs Champion Other Species – Daryl Lund 62kg Yellowfin Tuna on 37kg line....

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Weipa Billfish Tournament

This years Weipa Billfish Tournament has been and gone and what a successful tournament it was. Fifteen boats with 45 anglers (36 Seniors & 9 Juniors) fished over three days in great weather conditions to tag 29 Sailfish and 2 Black Marlin. It was also great to see 12 Anglers from outside of Weipa make the effort to come and fish this years tournament. Day 1 kicked off at 7am with a shotgun start from Evans landing Wharf with start fishing at 8am. The first fish for the tournament was a Sailfish caught by visiting angler Dean Butler on Line Burner. Second sked had Tag Team going 3,2,1 to be on the board. It wasn’t until the third sked that a few more bites were reported and by the end of the first day Last Cast was leading with 2 Tags. That night 13 boats rafted up in Boyd’s Bay for the day one after party which was enjoyed by all especially Queen Linda Jay and all her minions. Day 2 saw junior angler Isaac Griffin fishing on Fit Cat catch his first ever Sailfish and the first fish of the day. The fishing started out slow but Last Cast got a double header and tagged one Sail and got the other one eaten after a drawn out battle. This area attracted a few more boats and this resulted with the 2nd sked revealing 13 bites with five fish caught including a nice Black Marlin for Great Northern. By the last sked the area really started to fire resulting in 29 bites for seven tags. By the end of day two Last Cast was still out in front on 3 tags on countback from Wine Down also on 3 tags. Day three started like the first with Dean Butler on Line Burner again tagging the first fish of the day. It was another slow start and by the middle of the day most boats had had bites. The second sked saw 6 fish tagged 3 of which were caught by Tag Team which propelled it into first place which they maintained to the end. Just Teasin reported that they had just landed a massive Dolphinfish which ended up tipping...

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