Register and pay for the Trivia Night
The complete report from the Lake Lyell 2019 Convention is now available.
Save the Gladesville Bridge Waterway is a community of fisherman, kayakers, sailors, rowers, paddlers, swimmer, commuters and residents who want to protect a historic part of the Parramatta River.
They are concerned about Sydney’s Foreshore and want the Gladesville Bridge Waterway protected from over development for the sake of all users.
Details of the proposal are at: https://gbmarina.com.au/facilities-improvement/
They have a;
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/savethegladesvillebridgewaterway/
As boaters in NSW maritime safety, services and infrastructure are important to us all – which is why we are contacting you with the opportunity to have your say in our annual recreational boating survey.
GUEST SPEAKER: Garry Titterton
Garry is a long term specialist in Hawkesbury Fishing.
All details including registration and pay online at www.seabeesfishingclub.com/lake-lyell
Lake Lyell 2019 Convention.
Registrations open Monday 25th March 2019
The NSW Labor opposition has promised to give the state’s 770,000 recreational fishers more say in how licensing fees are spent if the party is swept to power in the March 23 state election.
IT'S truly a golden time to be a keen recreational angler if you live in the vicinity of Lake Macquarie on the NSW Central Coast. The picturesque waterway, which is Australia’s largest coastal lake, was zoned a Recreational Fishing Haven in May 2002 and with the removal of commercial netting operations has now enjoyed more than 15 years of continually improving recreational fishing opportunities.
This quiz mimics the actual Boat Driving Licence Knowledge Test and you will be presented with random questions taken from the actual test question pools. The General Boat Driving Licence Knowledge Quiz consists of 50 questions divided into Part A and Part B. Once you have selected the test you wish to complete click on the Right Arrow to move into the quiz.
READERS may recall DPI stocked 7000 Yellowtail Kingfish into Botany Bay back in September to increase sportfishing opportunities. The good news is that another 2000 kingfish are being stocked this week to further boost the existing kingie population in and around the bay.
Terrific turn up and great energy at the swap and sell night.
DECEMBER FISHING FRENZY: It is on fire lately. Seems that it's a better season than last year.
Watch video of Reg presenting “Bill Loughland” trophy