June Goblet Results

By |2021-06-15T16:44:21+10:00June 15th, 2021|Categories: Fishing Club|

The June Goblet Weekend

With nearly seventy millimetres of rain during the week leading up to the weekend and more rain predicted, fishing was looking fairly grim. However, the weekend was actually good overall. It was also the Queens Birthday Long weekend.

Although there were tourists and visitors around, the numbers were lower than normally expected.

In the Goblet itself, there were seventy fish entered that were caught by eleven fishers. Of that number, two were ladies, two were juniors and seven were men.

Due to an on water incident there was indecision about if the correct number of Mens Outside category fish were entered, so, awarding that prize was postponed until clarification. Clarification was received and these published results stand.

Mens Outside

David Backhouse with a Morwong 55.1 cm and 130.4 points. This fish is also a new club record by one millimetre.

Ladies Outside

Rachel Weatherby gained this category with a Flathead at 56.5 cm and 103.44 points

Mens Lake and Estuary

Simon Ipoliti took this with a Bream of 36.3 cm and 105.37 points. This was also the Goblet fish and a dual win for Simon.

Ladies Lake and Estuary

This was not awarded

Mens Rock and Beach

Bruce Kennedy with a Tailor at 51 cm and 114 points

Ladies Rock and Beach

This was not awarded.


New member Baxter Clarke won this with a Flathead at 46.7 cm and 39.15 points.

Mystery Fish

Drawn by Random Generator this was #11 which equated to Morwong closest to 44 cm, this was awarded to Mathew Roberts for his 43cm Mowie and gave him 82 points

Turkey of the month was held over as the only nomination was not at the meeting due to the above mentioned on-water incident which was not as serious as first feared.

It was a good Goblet weekend after all and the Measure-in was well attended, especially by the increasing number of Junior members.

The next Goblet is on July 9, 10, 11, 2021 and the Targeted Species is Salmon.


to all the winners and thanks to all those that attended the measure-in.


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May Goblet results

By |2021-05-11T15:49:22+10:00May 11th, 2021|Categories: Fishing Club|

The May Goblet Competition
The Goblet species was Snapper but the weather was against us with rain, winds and heavy seas. The measure in was held at the Club Tuross in quite pleasant conditions.
The Results
The Goblet was not awarded
Mens Outside was not awarded
Ladies Outside was not awarded
Ladies Rock and beach was not awarded
Mens Lake and Estuary
Bruce Kennedy with Bream 35.5 cm and 100pts
Ladies Lake and Estuary
Rachel Westbury with a Bream at 35.1 cm and 90 pts
Mens Rock and Beach
Scott Westbury with a Salmon 46 cm and 70pts.
This was Christopher Westbury with a Bream at 34 cm and 90pts
Mystery Fish
By random generator the mystery fish was #15 which equated to a Salmon closest to 39 cm. This awarded to Scott Westbury for his 37.5 cm Salmon.
Measure-in also coincided with Mothers Day and it was decided that the luncheon would be nice Tiger Prawns with various accompaniments. All the mothers were also honoured with glasses of Champagne.
It was a very pleasant Measure-In
The June Goblet will be help over June 11, 12 and 13 and the Goblet Species is Bream.
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ANZAC Day 2021

By |2021-04-25T14:54:21+10:00April 25th, 2021|Categories: Fishing Club|

Members of our Fishing Club at the ANZAC Day ceremony.

Mike Byron, Paul Skilton and David Greenhalgh in the lead.

Mike Byron, Russell Martin, Paul Skilton and David Greenhalgh


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Well, It’s been a while

By |2021-04-13T21:07:28+10:00April 13th, 2021|Categories: Fishing Club|

Hi, we haven’t posted here for a while but we’re still here!

The fishing club has a new updated website, still a few hiccoughs but working on it, you can find us at clubturossfishing.com.au.

Our latest Goblet competition results:

The April 2021 Monthly Goblet Competition
The target species was Drummer and the Goblet was held over the weekend of April 9, 10, 11. A cold front moved across the coast on Saturday and made the fishing onshore and offshore fairly uncomfortable for many people.
Despite that, sixty five fish were entered as part of the competition by fifteen fishers. Six of those were ladies, eight were men and one keen male junior.
The Goblet was won by Merv. Roberts with a Drummer at 38 cm and 83.3 points.
The mens division
Offshore was won by Bruce Kennedy with a Morwong at 50 cm and was awarded 110 points.
Rock and Beach went to Merv. Roberts with a Bream at 46 cm and awarded 170 points.
Lake and Estuary was taken by Neil Alexander with a Bream 31.7 cm and gained 74.7 points.
The ladies division
Racheal Kennedy won this with a snapper 51.5 cm with 101.6 points
Rock and Beach was not awarded
Lake and Estuary
Sandra Backhouse took out this prize with a Garfish at 26.5 cm and earned 118.4 points
Ben Dart won this division with a Bream at 30.5 cm and gained 66.7 points.
The mystery fish was #7 (by random generator) which was a Flathead closest to 50.1 cm and was won by Jeanie Dixon with 50.3 cm.
The turkey of the month was also not awarded.
The May Goblet will be held over the weekend of May 8, 9, 10 and the target species will be Snapper.

to all those that caught and entered fish and to the category winners.

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March Goblet Results

By |2021-03-21T19:29:36+11:00March 21st, 2021|Categories: Fishing Club|

March 2021

Goblet Tailor

The weekend was a very mixed one weather wise with rain, winds and sunshine. People fishing outside were few and far between and overall there were 22 fish presented by 8 anglers, 5 men and 3 women.

The draw for mystery fish resulted in number 20, a Snapper closest to 55 cm and was not awarded.


Goblet Tailor   Bruce Kennedy                    40.5 cm – 72 points



ROCK & BEACH       Bruce Kennedy           Snapper            56 cm – 95 points

LAKE & ESTUARY       Bruce Kennedy            Bream            43 cm – 150 points



ROCK & BEACH             Bronwyn Westbury             Salmon             53 cm – 87.5 points

LAKE & ESTUARY             Pam Alexander                   Garfish                 25.3 cm – 109 points


Bruce Kennedy

See all scores: Score-Sheet-0321-003

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December Goblet and Christmas Party

By |2019-12-18T13:54:15+11:00December 18th, 2019|Categories: Fishing Club|

Photos here https://thccfc.wixsite.com/christmas-2019-1

December 2019

Goblet Flathead

Many brave souls risked the drive from Canberra to compete in our Goblet comp and be a part of our Christmas festivities, unfortunately the fire that’s been threatening for weeks closed the Kings Highway again on Sunday afternoon leaving some stranded.

There were 64 fish presented by 10 anglers, 6 men and 4 ladies.

The draw for the mystery fish resulted in number 23, a Trevally closest to 50 cm and was not awarded.


Goblet Flathead    David Greenhalgh                                            57.2 cm 105.63 points


Outside                      Bruce Kennedy           Morwong                     55 cm 130 points

Equal to the club record

Lake and Estuary  John Suthern              Flathead                      71 cm 92.65 points

Rock & Beach           N/A


Outside                      Carol Kenney              Snapper                      66.5 cm 151.55 points

Equal to the club record

Lake and Estuary  Vickie Ballard              Flathead                      44.5 cm 45.22 points

Rock & Beach           N/A

Mystery Fish              N/A


Carol Kenney, washing the brag mat and dropping it overboard.


Mike Byron

Comp Sec



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Flathead and Bream Update

By |2019-11-29T15:18:17+11:00November 29th, 2019|Categories: Fishing Club|

Here is something to whet your Whistles

The promotion of the 2020 Flathead and Bream Tournament is well and truly underway. We have banners sited in strategic places.

Have a spouse or a friend that you need to find a christmas present for ??? Consider giving them an entry to this event. They would love it !

By the way, with months to go, we are well over 30% of our total capacity, so the number of entries left is dwindling daily.

Secure your spots early.

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November Goblet Blackfish

By |2019-11-29T15:11:54+11:00November 29th, 2019|Categories: Fishing Club|

The Goblet fish for November is Blackfish.
Sadly, it was another glorious weekend, a drop of rain wouldn’t go astray about now …
Fishing was tough in the lake but quite good offshore with 48 fish presented by 10 anglers, 7 men and 3 ladies.
The draw for the mystery fish resulted in number 21, a Tailor closest to 55 cm and was not awarded
A reminder to our members and visitors that Eurobodalla Shire will be implementing lever 3 water restrictions as of December 2nd, for we fishos this means no rinsing of motors at the boat ramp and fish cleaning and washing down the cleaning tables has to be by bucketed salt water.
Outside                       Allan Backhouse           Flathead         59 cm, 111.25 points
Lake and Estuary      Bruce Kennedy              Blackfish        40 cm, 95 points
Rock and Beach        Merv Roberts                 Blackfish        37 cm, 80 points
Outside                      Rachael Kennedy           Snapper         49 cm, 93.27 points
Lake and Estuary      Rachael Kennedy          Blackfish         28.5 cm, 37.5 points
Rock and Beach        Jackpots
Apparently we all well behaved and nobody did anything silly, so the Turkey will jackpot.


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Fishing Club Presentation Night Dinner

By |2019-10-29T11:25:17+11:00October 29th, 2019|Categories: Fishing Club|

Tuross Head Annual

Presentation Night Dinner

16th November 2019

Commencing at 6:30 pm

Finger food available from 6:45

The meal will be served at 7:30

Members $20 per person, Non-members $25 per person

RSVP Gav 0417280580 or Jeanie 0438388584

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September Goblet

By |2019-09-10T12:27:09+10:00September 10th, 2019|Categories: Fishing Club|

September is one for everyone! The highest scoring Non-Goblet fish. This may include Bass, Flounder, Flying Gurnard, Gummy Shark, Kingfish, Mullet, Mulloway, Sergeant Baker, Tuna and more.
Fishing can commence Friday 13th September (lucky for some) evening through to Sunday prior to the measure-in.
Measure-in will be at the Country Club at 1:00 pm with lunch provided for members, $5.00 for visitors.
The monthly committee meeting is held on the Tuesday following the Goblet competition at the Country Club from 7:00 pm. All welcome.
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