WAUC Crayfish Competition for 2013
The Allure of the Azure, otherwise known as a day in Thompsons Bay, was held by the WAUC for the weigh-in of the crayfish competition for 2013. Conditions were as forecast with a freshish nor-easter early dropping to below ten knots by 10 on a swell of 1.25.
The crayfish season for the recreational fishers was extended a month and opened on October 15. It was a surprise announcement by the government but seemed to coincide with an improvement in the weather. The previous 2 months were crap. It also meant we had to consider earlier dates for holding the Club’s annual crayfish competition.… Read more
Thats right folks, its like christmas has come early!
The good folks at Recfish West have gone in to bat for us recreational lobster lovers. Last year they fought for a limit increase from 6 to 8 per licence holder. This year we get the lobster season 1 month earlier! Who knows what Recfish West will do for us next year 🙂
The latest and most updated regulations and rules regarding the Western Rock Lobster are found in the link below:
The Glynn Dromey Memorial Spearfishing Competition for 2013
We rocked up at the sign-in in the half light at twenty past six in the morning to see Jonty handing out forms and collecting money while Nathan was dispensing fresh baked Danish pastries to all. Not your average spearfishing comp.
The Glynn Dromey Memorial Spearfishing Competition has been held annually since 1996 in remembrance of Glynn Dromey who was tragically taken by cancer in the early eighties. Glynn was a WAUC member, was a very good spearo who was enthusiastic and adventurous. Entrants take the day off, organize leave passes, coordinate work schedules, catch buses from Albany, drive up from Bunbury and navigate the difficult journey from the Bluewater Club to attend the premier W.A.… Read more
We had awesome pancake flat conditions on Sunday for the WAUC Beagle Islands spearfishing competition.
14 pairs weighed in at the 2pm deadline. An average of 4 species per pair with 6 species the winner. Mackerel were thin on the day with only 3-4 fish landed and not many more seen.
1st Ben Coy and Michael North
2nd Jack Moss and Dave ‘Ocky’
3rd Gavin Duncan and Dave ‘Stabby’
Most meritorious prize goes to Michael Bretagne with a pending Australian/World record Golden Trevally!
Great effort by all and a sensational day on the water was had by all with a nice social catch up afterwards.… Read more