Club Trips 2019


There was no club fishing trip organised for January, next meeting is in February.
Joe Csortan gave me a call for a quick trip to the Coorong, so we had a go and here is the result.  One reasonable jewie and a cracker salmon and a few small mullies.
Not all bignice starttwo handergood sambo

Keith and I got down to the Coorong recently to try for something a bit better than the small mullies that have been prevalent near the Goolwa Barrage, I got lucky and came up trumps with this one. Only a bit over 80, still chasing the metre plus.
Feb 2019



Joe got up to Weipa, and caught this wonderful wolf herring, apparently one of the biggest seen up there.

Big herring




Hi guys,
I had a few days between work in UCDavis and presenting at a conference in Canada on Monday, so had 2 days guided fishing in New Orleans. Caught my first black drum, 35 lb weighed, and got a redfish of 21lb. Just missed landing a sheepshead for the NOLA grand slam. Missed lots of other fish.  Water a little coloured so you need to spot fish super carefully. Warm and humid here. Matt.
Matt's Black drumRed fish


A couple of boats made it over to the Yorke Peninsula area for a fine day chasing mulloway.  Weather was perfect, actually a bit too good with not a breath of wind.  Fog en-route slowed us down a little, but conditions on the water were wonderful.  The water was a bit too clear, a surprise given recent rain and wind and a reasonable tide.  End result was no mulloway landed but plenty sighted up to and over a metre.  They just were not interested and that could have been because of a recent blood worm run, or just fishing pressure.

A trip to the club dam in late August, but no results heard of as yet.





  If you are going fishing and want company, then email all members and invite them to meet at your destination for an impromptu club trip.   The Coorong is starting to fire so keep that in mind.