LAST weekend saw a small but dedicated band of Bulahdelah Fishing Club members compete in the Mid-North Coast Estuary Titles. Our members fished in locations from Tea Gardens to Laureton in the hope of gaining valuable points towards our efforts to win the Ted Auckland Shield and be crowned the best performing club on the Mid-North Coast.
Our best chance of success always rested with Tea Gardens guru Tom Evans and he certainly did not let us down. He presented a quality bag of bream and flathead to once again be crowned estuary champion for the second year running. Tom also teamed with Josh Gregory and Darren Carrall for the runners up mens team. Our ladies team of Angela Battle, Rose Crick and Vanessa Shultz were also runners up in ladies teams. Good efforts also from Paul Shultz and Leteisha Lilley who both presented great catches.
At the conclusion of the estuary title Bulahdelah leads the division on 43 points with Port Macquarie and Lake Cathie in a tie for second place on 39 points and the improving Harrington on 25 points.
The deep sea championships are next on the fishing calendar on March 31 and April 1. The weigh-in will be held at Bulahdelah Golf Club at 1pm on Sunday afternoon. Any interested spectators are always welcome. Good luck Bulahdelah, the competition is close with the Rock and Beach Titles on June 23 and 24 the deciding event.
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