HOOKED: Polly Stitchbury with her snapper.
HOOKED: Polly Stitchbury with her snapper. Contributed

Persistent line fishers rewarded

CONDITIONS were not favourable for fishing but those who ventured out to sea were rewarded with catches of snapper, venus tusk fish and more.

BRE had a competition with Mark Mitchell landing a 2.5km grouper, making him the winner with 54 points.

Matt Hubbard came in second on 28 points with Shaun Halverson in third on 20 points.

The Deep Sea Juniors was taken out by Tim Warrell with 51 points and a nice plate sized snapper.

First in Deep Sea was Polly Stitchbury who pulled in a 6kg snapper and a winning Venus Tusk fish with a score of 126 points.

Bob Skinner came in second with 89 points followed by Fred Stern on 78 points and Owen Warrell on 54 points.

Out of competition BRE and Deep Sea was won by Bob Skinner, the raffle won by Jason McMahon and the secret weight winner Tony Taylor.



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