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SCALES Newsletter August 2010 Editor: Kevin Charteris Mob: 0408 848 564 – email: firstname.lastname@example.org (19
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This newsletter has some great stories and information in it from our members. Thanks to all who have sent in your submissions. Enjoy the read, and keep your articles and photo’s coming into me please.
Next weigh in and Demomstration night 4pm 8th August 2010 at Greg Vary’s 43 Payne Street Milbank, BUNDABERG HOT DISH NIGHT Bring a chair, A dish of hot food eg pasta bakes, roast vegies, casseroles, lasagne, shepards pie, chinese/Tai, stirfrys, chicken, roast meats or vegies, pumpkin soup ect, a dessert for all to share and your own drinks.
Robert Wiltshire with a very nice Coral Trout
Fishing the SWAINS REEF and beyond If you guys aren’t already aware my line of work takes me to some pretty remote fishing destinations on the Queensland Coast .Some of these places are far beyond your normal small boat trip out to the reef and require weeks of planning and coordination to make it happen. So I thought I would share with you some of the challenges we face on the VENUS 11 as we go off on one of our remote charters. First the trips are booked a year in advance in most cases and the customers have paid some form of deposit to secure their spots .We travel out to the widest grounds off the Swains Group Places like Sweetlip , Wreck, Cato, Samuarez, Horseshoe and Kenn Reefs are some of the hundreds of little attols and quays that are dotted along the Coast .Travelling time can vary from 20 to 30 Hours in most cases as the VENUS has a top speed of 9 knots .Things that have to be taken into account for the trip are Fuel. Water , Food, customer food requirements Eg vegetarian , Medical supplies ,Bait ,Ice and of course Tackle . The distance out from Bundaberg is approximately 250 to 300 nautical miles these reefs are remote unpredictable and dangerous .If the weather turns nasty as we have experienced lately .Some of the things we encounter on the way out are Whales ,pods of dolphins trawlers ,large cargo ships, yachts and rain squalls .We generally leave to steam by midday and plan to arrive at our chosen spot the following morning /mid afternoon depending on the tide and conditions .Prior to the customers arriving at the boat all of the lead up work has been done which can take up to a week to organise . The boat has to have a full load of fuel some 10000 litres of diesel 6000 litres of water and spare tanks of water mounted on the bow which will be siphoned off during the trip and also the desalination plant working and running efficiently ,which is a task in itself !!. The food is packed and all of the cold items eg meat ,chickens ,deli meat are all cryovacced and frozen and packed into the large freezers in meal lots ,the vegetables are stored in the fridge and all of the dry goods are stored down stairs in the pantry . The customers start arriving about 2 hours before we depart so we can get their tackle and supplies stored and secured before we leave. The amount of tackle that comes on a trip like this is mindboggling .Some of outfits are worth thousands and some are well interesting to say the least .The customers bring their own lead this can be in excess of 300 or 400 kgs in some cases ,because once we leave port there is nothing out where we are going!! Once all the packing has been completed a safety brief is undertaken explaining , Man overboard drills, Dehydration, Moving around the boat at night, Footwear, Stairs, Removing fish from hooks ,Fire drills ,Muster stations ,Water usage , Seasickness protocol ,and general things like keeping the galley clean, washing down the decks when there is blood spilt .It is important that all occupants on the boat have a clear outline on what is expected as this makes the trip that much more enjoyable for not only the crew but the customers as well and with most trips this is the case .. but sometimes you just don’t know what you are going to get and I have experienced the best and worst since starting on the boat .As with anything there is always going to be a bad element or person that makes it hard for all .Arent we a funny lot !!! most of the time you don’t remember the many wonderful characters that you have the pleasure of meeting and talking too …you only remember the nasty and rude yobbos that you have dealt with .Most trips are great some are so so and some are just downright awful .But that is the nature of the business I am in its like a lottery .The trip out is very exhausting The crew consists of the skipper a deckhand, and the cook/deckhand(myself) and sometimes we have what is known as an FOC (free of charge) who comes on the trip to assist with the daily running of the vessel .The Skipper will take the first watch and stays at the wheel for about 6 hours till we are well clear of the port .During this time I am preparing the evening meal and the deckhand is sleeping so he can take over from the skipper. Once dinner is served and the galley cleaned up I hit the sack and await the dreaded shake which is about 2am I then do my watch there must be someone on deck at all times as this is part of the boats standing orders. Each watch consists of three hour shifts and the boat doesn’t stop until we reach our destination .The passengers have access to the Video and reading material or they just drink and chat on the back deck or rack out. Some travel many hours to get to Bundaberg and they try and catch up on some rest .It is a tedious long haul and if the weather is not your side it makes it even more uncomfortable .as was with the last two trips !!! Big seas ,wind ,unpredictable wave action ,and sick customers …not a good start .We arrived at Samuarez Reef mid morning, but on approach the boys threw some trolling lures out and captured some nice Job fish
Mackerel and Wahoo. The wind was blowing a good 25knots and this made the fishing extremely difficult as the boat was drifting way to fast to keep the baits on the bottom .So the decision was made to come back down the reef and anchor in a protected lagoon this was a good move as the boys were able to get the dories in close to the reef and catch some nice reef fish like Red Emperor ,Red Throat and Coral Trout. They head out in the morning and come back for lunch and change over crews and go back till just on dark. They are in radio contact with the vessel and call in every hour on the hour . During this time the rest of the fellows are fishing off the Venus .Of a Daytime the crew clean fish ,fillet pack ,store and freeze the catch. Bait is cut up ,meals are been served , making up rigs and just tending to the needs of the customers there is A LOT of alchohol drunk on these trips so rubbish is another priority .In most cases alloy cans are used so they are crushed and packed in bags the general kitchen rubbish like scraps go over board for the fish to eat and the general rubbish is stored in wheelie bins on the top deck and disposed of on return. Most days start at 4.30 am and finish at 7Pm depending on whether we have to relocate or travel to the next fishing spot . Light gear out here has no place !! I Have tried to fish 6kg and 8kg …it is nearly impossible the country out here is rugged big tides ,rough rubbly bottom ,sharp coral ,and BIG OOGLY GOOGLIES that just blow you away !!Some of the regular species that are caught include Hussar, Parrot, Sweet lip, different varieties of cod and trout and of course Sharks which aren’t allowed on the boat due to safety reasons the line is cut and the shark is released immediately . Standard outfits for these trips are 10/15 Kg overheads 20/50 Ib Braid or heavy eggbeaters and in some cases Large winches . 100Ib tippets, big sinkers and 5/0to 8/0 Hooks heavy gauge preferably circle hooks .Bibless lures .deep diving heavy lures like Rapala CD18 and skirted lures all get their fair share of fish . Once the trip is done the gear is then repacked and tied down for the slow trip home we experienced some of the worst conditions coming home last week and ended up having to come back early and anchor up in Musgrave Lagoon so we could get some respite and sleep and then steam back the next day to port .Once home its clean up unpack and get ready to do it all over again .It is mentally draining and physically exhausting …but you adapt because the next trip could be better its no holiday …but geez its exciting !!! and you just never know what is going to happen. Costs range from $1800 /$2800 per head .This includes all of your food ,hooks, line and accomodation depending on how many days and how far we go out. Tight Lines and Burnt thumbs Gazza
Yuk, yuk and more yuk!!!!
Gazza with an unusual reef fish, this fish was released after the photo.
BRIEF CALENDER OF CLUB EVENTS #
Club Demonstration and weigh in 8th August 2010 4PM HOT DISH NIGHT 43 Payne Street Milbank.
Club Meeting and weigh in 12th September 2010 4pm Venue TBA
ANSA State Wide 40th Anniversary Thursday 19- Sunday 22nd August 2010 Venue Cool Waters, Friday 20th August fish way and hatchery tours.
State Titles weigh in 10th October (to be confirmed) 2pm Venue TBA NO club meeting this month
Club Meeting and weigh in 14th November 2010 4pm Venue TBA
Club Weigh in and Club Christmas Party 12th December 2010 4pm Venue TBA
June 12,13th 10
NQ C'Ships Comm
Rules and nomination posted soon
Burdekin Burdekin Rec SC
19,20,21st State Conference
Yeppoon Kepple Bay SC
Cool Waters Holiday resort
Info at www.dpi.qld.gov.au
Townsville Sportfishing Challenge
Sept 10 Oct 10
1st 3-7th 16,17th
Noon Barra Season Closure Reef Closure Summer State Titles
Townsville Saltwater Sportmans Club
GBR Your Club ANSA Qld
From the ANSA website. Dates May not be totally correct!
Contact Margaret Fretwell 0414845391
Info at www.dpi.qld.gov.au
What a difference a week makes. Jeremy Arnold Havenâ€™t fished much this year as I have been back at uni this year studying hard. Not much fun. Had a week off uni recently and hopes were high for some good weather to get out in the boat. I did a trip on Sunday the 20th out from Bribie, but the weather wasnâ€™t as good as forecast and I didn't land a legal fish. The weather was shaping up alright for the Friday and Saturday, and I had listened to a really good talk on fishing for snapper on soft plastics (at the Brisbane SFC club meeting by Steve Bain) around the top of Moreton which made alot of sense and inspired me to go back to the same area again. I love spending a night on the water in my little half cab, so the plan was to head out Friday lunchtime, camp on the inside of Moreton weather permitting and return Saturday evening. I jigged up a few livies on the way across the bay, including the smallest cobia I have ever seen, which I tagged. I anchored up for the night on a nice ledge I found the previous weekend near Bulwer and put a livie out and scored a nice jewie on the turn of the tide around 8.30 pm.
A very small cobia, tagged and released by Jeremy Arnold
I got up the next day around 5 am. Great thing about camping in the boat is the luxury of the later start the next day. Headed outside and started working some plastics for a snapper near the cape. Things were slow, but some good bait schools around gave me confidence that the fish would be there. I anchored up near Flinders and bait fished for a bit and landed a 43 cm red throat, and then went back to the cabin for a kip while some rain went through and there was a bit of wind around. I got up again around 11am and things were looking better. As per the talk, the plan was to troll lures around for a bit and locate some bait schools for the afternoon session. I landed a couple of mack tuna and then a small kingfish and amberjack in quick succession on my way to Hutchies. I marked plenty of bait schools to the West and East of Hutchies and the wind had now dropped out, so it was out with the plastics. I was pretty keen to see if I could get a line class snapper on 2 kg lure casting and tied on a 4" Berkley powerbait on a 1/12 oz jighead which is one of my favourite plastics. I was saving the 7â€? white plastics for later in the afternoon! Anyway, on my second drift I was slammed and fought the fish for around 15 minutes to the boat, gently trying to lead it away from the shallow part of the reef. I actually picked it for a Seriola for the power and lack of headshakes, but I was stoked when I landed the snapper and had to let out a bit of a whoop. The snapper was landed around 3.15 pm, and I pulled the pin with a full esky and for the safety of coming back across the bay in daylight. Sure is nice when a plan comes together.
Thanks Jeremy for your article submissions and membership to our club during the last 12 months, we wish you well with your future fishing adventures.
Bass Bounty is run 6 Times a year and is a Teams based comp where you can win cash prizes etc, at the end of each session and then you have the opportunity of being the overall winner for the weekend. Cost is $120 per Team ( Family Team Discounts on this) Cash Prizes - the more competitors the more that is payed out Pay Outs Each Session - Big Bass, Cast or Troll, Lure and Fly, Catch & Release Registration upon arrival or Prior Registration by Contacting - Dave Reynolds - 0428625099 Dates September 4th to 5th - Boondooma Dam Dave runs a great comp. I was speaking with him over the weekend at Awoonga. May try to organise a Tag A Long trip to one of the events at Boondooma. Regards Robert Sewell
For Sale Items Heavy duty garden chipper and shredder 1.8kw, as new condition. Great to clean up small/medium branches and garden foliage into mulch. $480 Great asset to help you be more Environmentally friendly. Contact Len Wiltshire on 41596297.
FOR SALE ITEMS
Humminbirb Fishin Buddy 110 portable echo sounder, suitable for canoe, some kayaks, small boats, float tubs, ice fishing ect, brand new unwanted prize $170ono. Kevin.
For Sale Items Penn 8kg overhead sport fishing rods x 2, multiple other fishing rods, some brand new, call me on 0408 848 564 if you want to come around and check them out, some old some new, also have 2 used props off a Suzuki 40hp 2 stroke, make me an offer. Kevin.
Chris Lupton from the old DPI & F has had notification of the sighting of a “goldfish” or Oscar at Lake Gregory once again. The problem is that this one was alive and swimming happily on the other side of the lake from the boat ramp, along the edge where the pine trees are. The person who reported this sighting was unable to capture the fish and we have been asked to be on the lookout for it, as well as to let all contacts know of its existence. If spotted please take all steps to capture this fish, and any other fish that shouldn’t be there, and let Len Wiltshire, Rob Sewell, or myself, know that you have done so. This is an extremely serious matter and we should take all measures to find and eradicate these pest fish from the lake, before we lose our right to stock it. This is the sort of mindless “vandalism” that can see a far more serious outcome for Lake Gregory than just trying to remove one fish. It would be appreciated if all members could also use their networks to inform others of this. Kind regards Geoff Hodge Secretary Bundaberg Sportfishing Club Inc. PO Box 754 Bundaberg, QLD 4670 Ph: (07) 4159 9303 Fax: (07) 4159 9866
BOAT FOR SALE
SEA JAY 4.55 HAVEN, BROUGHT NEW BOAT 09, 60hp
2st, ALL SAFETY EQUIP, GPS - SOUNDER, 5hrs WORK ONLY, READY FOR SEA FISHING, $22500.00 ... ANY INFO RING JOHN SAUNDERS..
Boat 4 Sale 12 Foot Quintrex Front and rear casting platforms Full Aluminium flooring Navigation Lights Bilge pump White LED internal lights 15 HP Suzuki 4 stroke motor Fully serviced and well looked after Mainly used for Dam (freshwater) Fishing Boat Trailer Registered until July 2010 Complete with LED lights Light truck tyres and baring buddies Accessories: Hummingbird 383C colour sounder and GPS Bimbi Top (Navy blue) Rod Holders Life Jackets Oars
Priced to Sell at $5,500 Phone Mark: 0406 192 770
Hey Mate, really need your advice for a serious problem. I have suspected for some time now that the wife has been cheating. The usual signs; phone rings, if I answer the caller hangs up, going out with the girls a lot. I try to stay awake to look out for her when she comes home but I usually fall asleep. Anyway last night about midnight I hid behind the boat, when she came home she got out of someoneâ€™s car buttoning her blouse, then she took her panties out of her purse and slipped them on. It was at that moment crouched behind the boat I noticed...a hairline crack in the outboard mounting bracket...Is that something I can weld or do I need to replace it?
All club members must bring your scales to the meeting this month for certification against the official club scales, if you have not had your scales checked, then any claims may be rejected or regarded as ineligible.
BSFC Life Member Len Wiltshire with mud crabs, Grass Sweetlip and Nannygai.
Robert, Andrew and Ryan Wiltshire showing off some of their recent captures.
Below I have included in my safety briefing card that I run through prior to heading out each trip, very handy for new crewies and people that have limited boating experience, please feel free to copy it and amend to suit your vessels. Cheers Kevin Charteris.
BOATING SAFETY BRIEFING CHART 1. Car Keys, valuables and wallets put in the safe stowage location 2. VHF Marine radio operation and channel selections either 81/82/22 during 0600-1800hrs and channel 16 after hrs, VMR 488 Bundy, VMR 477 Round Hill or VMR 466 Hervey Bay. LOG ON with VMR, vessel description, rego number, phone number, POB, planned fishing location, and ETR. 3. PFD 1 vest type Life Jackets will be worn by all on board when boat is travelling above 8 knots day or night. 4. Life jackets have lumo night sticks tied on front chest strap, discuss activation at night 5. Dolphin torches - one on each side of boat and one on safety grab bag kit with 5 litre float bottle attached so it will always be on surface of water is boat flips 6. Flares: Orange day - Red night, briefly demonstrate dummy activation procedures only use when plane, chopper or boat are in sight or can be heard 7. EPIRB 406 beacon, Location in boat, demonstrate removal from bracket and activation procedures, including string to wrist, test only and on positions, strobe light activation, this is the life saving piece of equipment you must know how to use it 8. Sea marker dye usage, signalling mirror, whistles, mouth activated warning horn, V sheet usage and location in/of safety grab bag 9. Spare Hand held GPS usage for current location should main power fail and assistance is required 10. Mobile phone and extension aerial as backup communication should VHF radio fail 11. Compass bearing to head home on should Skipper become injured, eg head out on 30 degrees, head home on 210 degrees on the compass 12. First Aid kit location 13. Additional Travacalm original pill/s to be taken at 1500hrs prior to sun setting for night stays, and appropriate dose to be taken minimum 1 hour before initial departure 14. Set alarm on phone to log off with VMR in the morning if over-nighting or returning after hours 15. Show all on board starting procedure of motor and location of fuel tank change over valve, battery isolator switch Bat 1 and Bat 2 and safety shut off position, also fire extinguisher location and use. 16. Bailing containers and bilge pump operation demo 17. Huddle positions and sea survival techniques, must stay with boat when possible and stay as a group should passengers find themselves in the water 18. White boat fenders with 2 meters of rope on each for buoyancy and tying people together in water are to be used if required 19. Do you have any questions on the safety procedures of this boat?
This was a short fishing story I think I missed in Juneâ€™s newsletter, sorry Giffo, Real nice fish mate! I went out at about 6am today in the Burnett River, and cast net some bait and headed outside about 5 ks from the river mouth. I dropped the anchor and set out a livie (pike) on the down rigger and a few floaters(pike) out the back. All was quiet for about 3 hours, and I had a good burley trail going behind the boat by this time. I was getting hungry so I pulled the pick and wound in 2 rods when the floater out the back went off. At first I thought it was a turtle, as it pulled like a D9 dozer, but then I felt a slight head shake so I persisted. After 1 hour, and a call to Paul Box on my mobile on speaker phone, so he could hear the drag screaming, I had it in the boat. It bent my gaff on the first two attempts, this just made it angry and it dove for the bottom again. I was fishing alone, rod in one hand and gaff in the other, bloody difficult. When it hit the floor of the boat, it jumped all over the place with a Mustad 3.0 and a stinger treble hanging out of its mouth,This was on a wire trace I made on my new Haywire Twist tool. I nearly fell out of the boat trying to keep my feet out of the way of the hooks. The Cobia went 43 Lbs and 1.3metres long,My PB Cobia, Happy Days.
I hope you enjoyed the stories, pictures and articles from several of our club membersâ€™ recent adventures. Many more stories or articles on fishing a special way eg fly fishing, luring, live baiting, targeting a specific species, handy hints, ect are welcome from all anglers willing to contribute to make your clubs newsletter enjoyable and informative.
Please provide me with any form of feedback on the structure and layout of this newsletter as I can only make it better with input from others.
Remember to direct any persons interested in our clubs activities and wanting information on membership to our clubs web site at www.bundysportfishing.com.au
Best wishes to those who get a chance to wet a line this month, and hopefully this newsletter finds you all in good health, Cheers Kevin Charteris Bundaberg Sport Fishing Club Email email@example.com Phone: 0408 848 564.
A reminder from the club secretary, Please Read the clubs meeting minutes he emails out to you, this document has vast amounts of information on the clubs runnings, and details many of the clubs up coming events.
Bryanna Box with a 32cm Bream
Jacob Box with another 32cm Bream
Paul Box caught this 40cm Winter Jack then tagged and released it back into the Burnett River, well done to the Box family for scoring some nice fish over the recent couple of months.
Congratulations to all members who took out the honours awards and trophies at the recent annual dinner and trophy night, pictures will be in the next newsletter. The results are listed below so you have an idea on what may be required to take out one or more of the sections next year. Best of luck to all.
LEADER BOARD 30.06.10 MASTER ANGLER Senior
MASTER ANGLER Junior
CLUB CHAMPION Junior
TOP TEN Senior
TOP TEN Junior
HEAVIEST FISH BAIT Senior or Junior
Cobia 29.400 Kg
HEAVIEST FISH LURE Senior or Junior
Barramundi 20,90 kg
King Salmon 799 points
Mac Tuna 224.75
Barramundi 487.50 Points
Australian Bass 135 points
HIGHEST POINT SCORING LANDBASED FISH Senior or Junior
Giant Trevally 268.50 points
ESTUARY COMBO Senior
4 Fish 833.90 ;points
Over 2000 points
Over 900 fish
Hopital with LOTS of stiches. Using sinkers to remove teeth
HIGHEST POINT SCORING FISH Senior HIGHEST POINT SCORING FISH Junior HIGHEST POINT SCORING FRESHWATER FISH Senior HIGHEST POINT SCORING FRESHWATER FISH Junior
ESTUARY COMBO Junior TAGGING MOST FISH Senior or Junior TAGGING MOST POINTS Senior or Junior HIGHEST SCORING DOLPHIN FISH Senior or Junior HIGHEST SCORING BILL FISH Senior or Junior D.A.G. AWARD CLOWN Senior or Junior HIGHEST SCORING FLYFISHING Senior or Junior
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Please check the details above, if incorrect please email Fiona on firstname.lastname@example.org so we can have all members details correctly updated. Thanks everyone.
ALL MEMBERS MUST BRING YOUR SCALES TO THE NEXT MEETING FOR CALEBRATION AND CHECKING AGAINST THE CLUBS CERTIFIED SCALES. Next Club meeting Sunday 8th August 4pm at 43 Payne Street Milbank. Hot dish night. Ph Greg on 0447169287 if you need directions.