Urunga fishing news

A DEEP sea competition was finally held, the first of 2012 with a healthy, but paltry turnout of 11 participants.

In ordinary conditions Clayton Harpur took the largest snapper with a 3.9kg fish.

Clayton also had trevally. Joyce, Dennis and Gary Spillett fished with Joyce weighing in teraglin and Sgt baker.

Gary had pearl perch 1.88kg, teraglin and morwong while Dennis took snapper, reef flathead and the largest of the outing teraglin of 1.36kg.

Ray Warwick had bonito and mack tuna while Don Brook caught snapper and tuskfish.

Peter with Adam Byrne had snapper and pearl perch.

Rob McLauchlan took snapper and teraglin. Rob Bofinger had snapper while Dan Fillery had the runner-up snapper 2.87kg.

Clayton finished his day off by taking out the participants' prize. Thank-you Noela and Richard for the barbecue.

In the river Barry and Sam Taylor with Sam Durbidge caught mulloway and flathead.

Wally Tyson and Wayne Cooper fished for luderick and bream as did Richard McCabe, Carl Redmond, Kevin Ellem and Angus Renwich.

Peter Jones with Trent Timms caught flathead.

Our thoughts go to club members and friends who have lost loved ones recently.

The next outing hosted by Coffs Harbour BRE section will be held on August 25-26.

Urunga clubs AGM Sunday, July 22, 10am at Urunga Bowling Club.

Good fishing.



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