Two new FADs off Perth

The West Australian Undersea Club is extremely proud to present a new group of FAD’s off Perth to the WA Spearfishing and Fishing community.

The FADs were deployed 8 March 2015.

They can be found at the following coordinates;

FAD 1 32° 13.071′ S 115° 23.289′ E

FAD 2 32° 13.104′ S 115° 24.371′ E

Please respect the FAD’s as a lot of time, effort and money was invested in them.
Do not tie your boat onto the FAD and drift dive the FAD’s only.
These FAD’s are not exclusive spearo FAD’s and line fisherman have every right to fish them also.… Read more

WAUC Kingfish Competition

In an effort to attract more of our southern brethren to a Mack1000-like competition, WAUC are rolling out a new Yellow Tail Kingfish competition this season!

Rules and entry form found here:
YTK Comp Rules and Application

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2015 WAUC Mackerel 1000 competition

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Feature Photo

WAUC member Riley Moore captured the epitome of the WA Spearfishing wholly grail today, Yellowfin Tuna.

Epic fish!

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WAUC feature video

WAUC’s own Caleb Moore shows some great diving in this video and shoots an elusive Mu along with other great species such as Dogtooth Tuna.

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2014 Rottnest WAUC Cray competition

Seabreeze predicted fantastic conditions for the WAUC cray comp early in the week and the excitement on social media built in anticipation for a great day. The predicted 10-12 knot NW winds were more like 18-20 knots and the ride over to Rotto was bumpier and wetter than forecasted. However the weather was perfect with clear blue skies and maximum temperature of 30 degrees.

We focused our attentions on the south side of the island in an attempt to escape the winds and chop. The conditions were excellent with great visibility and calm seas. The focus was on jumbo crays so earlier in the dive legal crays were ignored.… Read more

WAUC Leadership Program 2014

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Glynn Dromey 2014 results

Sign-ons start at 6:10am and I wanted to be there to promote the Mackerel1000. The 7 day waiting period for entrants would be waived for today’s Glynn Dromey Memorial Spearfishing comp and I expected a few to register. I woke 5 minutes before the alarm at 3:00am. An hour to load the car and boat with prizes, spearing and boat gear and, weigh-in equipment such as laptop, digital scales and fish bags for the contestants. I relaxed over a cup of tea, then into the car for the two hour to drive to Lancelin.

Today would be an event which for the contestants is 12 hours long but for the organizers is an expression of 12 months work.… Read more

2014 Glynn Dromey Spearfishing Competition

All details found in the “Glynn Dromey Competition” tab at the top of the website.

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The Mack1000 kicks off for 2014

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