On Deck JAN-FEB 2012 - Beaumaris Motor Yacht Squadron

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On Deck JAN-FEB 2012 - Beaumaris Motor Yacht Squadron
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2012
ISSUE NO. 296
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Also in this issue...
Childrens Christmas Party Great photos from this happy event
Photo Competition Winner This months winner is......
Gala Fishing Comp All the results of the 27th Gala Fishing Competition
Fishing in Macau Find out what happened when Dennis hit Hong Kong
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BEST PHOTO COMPETITION
November – December 2011
The Winning Photograph
BMYS is running a competition in On Deck for the
best photograph by a member picturing angling or
boating activities participated in by Club members
over the previous two month period.
The winning photo (as judged by a panel) will be
published in On Deck and you will win a $20
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Welcome to 2012,
I hope that all members and their families had Although there hasn’t been much talk of
late about the new Club Marina and new
a great Christmas and New Year.
Clubhouse, work is continuing on the project
Well, the windy weather has continued over
and many hours are being spent in working
the Christmas break and we can only hope
through the processes we have been required to
that it gets better in the coming months. There
undertake to move forward. The Environmental
are plenty of activities in the New Year for all
Effects Statement (EES) process is a rather large
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undertaking and very thorough in the areas it
three months calendar printed in this copy of
covers. Even though we have kicked many
On Deck. We are in the process of compiling
goals on the way we still have some way to
a full 12- month calendar for the 2012-2013
go in completing the work required under the
season and should have it out soon.
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By now, all members should have received
their membership renewals with payment due The Board will be running another on-line
by the 29 February 2012. Please note that any Z\Y]L` PU [OL ÄYZ[ X\HY[LY VM [OPZ `LHY [V NL[
members who have not paid their subscriptions additional feedback from the membership in
by the due date will no longer be able to use VYKLY [V M\Y[OLY YLÄUL [OL VMMLYPUN [OL *S\I
the Club facilities. On 14 March 2012 non provides its members. Please take this as an
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membership list and the new member’s intake input into the type of activities that you would
will commence from that date. With the above like to see in the Club.
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and require some more time to pay your fees,
please don’t hesitate to contact myself or the
- John Firth
Club Manager Paul Morgan and we will try to
help in any way possible.
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Sizes vary from full page (colour or Black & White),
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To discuss, please call the editor Hugh Videion on 9592 9416,
Mobile 0439 429 416 or Email:[email protected]
ON DECK – January/February 2012
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BMYS OFFICE BEARERS
COMMODORE:
John Firth
0418 391 232
VICE COMMODORE: Fishing
Brian McNaughton
0407 175 558
REAR COMMODORE: Treasurer
Phil Goodier
9589 4459
Secretary
Dennis Parnell
0407 554 340
Boating
Keith Owen
0413 011 270
Site
Ross Popplewell
0418 358 783
Social
John Bacon
0438 020 197
Communications
Hugh Videion
9592 9416
IMMEDIATE PAST COMMODORE:
Peter Barnes
0407 680 481
CLUB MANAGER:
Paul Morgan
9589 5156
Mobile
0414 247 467
Hugh Videion
9592 9416
DIRECTORS:
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$7 tor Boning, Mid-sized, Kitchen knives
$10 for long knives (Butchers, Steak,
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Ask for a quote on other knives,
Scissors, secateurs, etc.
Flexible prices on bulk items.
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ON DECK – January/February 2012
J R Kerr Trophy Events
January to June 2012
The following events in the Club Calendar for the period January to June 2012
are designated J R Kerr Trophy events:Sunday, January 29
Mornington Cruise
Sunday, 12 February
Family Bayside Cruise and Comp #
Sunday, March 4
Family Fishing Comp
Saturday and Sunday 17/18 March
Monthly Fishing Comp
Sunday, March 25
Cruise
Sunday, April 15
BMYS v. BCAC Fishing Comp
Sunday, April 22
Working Bee
Sunday, May 6
Ricketts Point Regatta NavRally
Sunday, May 20
Ricketts Point Regatta NavRally (B/U)
Sunday, May 27
Fishing Comp
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Page 3
– Keith Owen
Welcome to 2012. – I can’t believe I have just
written that, but yes - it’s a New Year with the
promise of many fun and adventurous boating
activities to come. As mentioned in the last
issue of On Deck, the Boating Committee
has been busy planning a calendar of events
for the next 12 months including overnight
cruises, day cruises and training activities.
The training calendar will kick off with a
special NavRally Training day in February.
We aim to demystify NavRallies and provide
support for those contemplating involvement
in the future. The day will bring together
experienced NavRalliers with new and
interested members and their families to get
a taste of Nav Rallies – what they are, what
they have to offer, and how to get involved.
This day will offer an ‘on water’ component
so that participants can have a go in a relaxed
environment accompanied by an experienced
skipper to guide them. Please keep an eye
out for forthcoming editions of our Members’
weekly email for more details of this event.
I write this in hope that good weather would
smile on our lunch cruise to Mornington on
Sunday 29 January. This is always a popular
cruise and a programmed J R Kerr event.
It kicks off our calendar of events for the
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company is the theme for the year.
On Sunday 12 February we are planning a
Family Cruise and Competition to be held on
Port Phillip. It is also planned as a J R Kerr
event and is designed to provide a relaxed
cruise on the Bay, combined with a quiz
about inshore and land based marks between
Parkdale and Seaford. So again I ask that you
refer to the members’ weekly email for ongoing information about this event.
Preparations for the Refuge Cove overnight
trip (March Labour Day long weekend) are
well underway. As places for this trip are
limited and there are only nine rooms at
the Welshpool hotel available on the Friday
night I suggest that you book early through
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more about this weekend, please call me on
0413 011270. Please be aware that this in
an off-shore activity and there are additional
safety requirements for participants and their
vessels.
The Club’s new calendar sets out a schedule
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urge you all to use this as a planning tool for
your boating activities during 2012 and I look
forward to seeing you at more of our events.
Until then,
Safe Boating
There will be no Parma Nights in January 2012.
The first Parma Night in 2012 will be held on
Thursday February 16
and the next on
Thursday March 15
In the downstairs bar, in front of the fire. It’s a good
meal with value for money for the whole family.
BUT DON’T FORGET TO BOOK
WITH EITHER PAUL OR MARINA
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ON DECK – January/February 2012
Transport Victoria:
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Members,
The following is an extract from a letter
entitled BE BOAT SAFE THIS SUMMER
written by the Director – Maritime Safety
Division of Transport Safety Victoria:
Summer is the peak boating season when
most incidents involving injuries and fatalities
unfortunately occur. Transport Safety Victoria’s
Maritime Safety Branch has
launched a campaign
“Will You and Your Boat Float “.
For requirements and tips on safer boating
please visit: www.transportsafety.vic.gov.au
Peter Corcoran
Director – Maritime Safety
Transport Safety
Victoria
The campaign will raise the
boating community’s awareness
of the importance of wearing
a life jacket and the essential
need for correctly sized and
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boats. Boats can be swamped,
lose stability, capsize
and sink – and even the most
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themselves entering the water
suddenly and unexpectedly.
The message this summer is to
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to your boat and wear a life
jacket at all times so that you
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emergency.
From December 2011, maritime
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the water on personal water
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recreational and commercial
boaters to provide information,
enforce legislation and provide
a safer maritime environment
for all users.
ON DECK – January/February 2012
WEAR YOUR LIFE JACKET.
DON'T FIND OUT THE HARD WAY THAT YOUR BOAT DOESN'T FLOAT.
For more information about life jackets and fitting buoyancy
to your boat visit www.transportsafety.vic.gov.au
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(Courtesy of Ian Jones)
The best snapper season ever has now
peaked. There would hardly be a member
who couldn’t express satisfaction at his or
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all no matter what their skill or experience.
Perhaps the average size was down a little.
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were all around the 6.5 kg on the weekends
and public holidays.
Port Albert 2102
John Lawler, who is well known for his
underwater exploration and diving, took
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posterity.
Members in the News
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and many members were inspected both
on and off the water and even on the way
home. The Club has a wonderful reputation
in adhering to rules and members are to be
commended.
Congratulations to Alby Thomas and Steve
Church who won prizes at the Hyland
Memorial Classic. It was great to see
Lorraine, Brooke, and Mark Hyland with
their children at the presentation.
As Dane Robertson, chief compliance
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Members are reminded that despite last
year’s blow the weekend is on again.
Accommodation is available at Seabank
Caravan Park and the hotel. There are
excellent prizes for many species both
inside and outside the estuary. Look at your
emails for details as they are published.
All members wish Ron Earl all the best
as he battles illness. Ron has been and
continues to be a wonderful club servant.
A big crew of members went to Mallacoota
recently. The weather wasn’t the best but
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Fishing Ideas
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Hill, Ernie Hill, Colin Jones, Chris Powell
and Peter Kirby all getting good catches at
the time of writing.
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polypipe and feed the cubes straight down
the tube.
Westernport has become a world class
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force and all visiting members have done
extremely well on whiting, gars, snapper
and gummies.
Snapper trolling with hard bodies has
taken off. There are a number of lures that
go down to 12 m on a slow troll. Why not
open up new horizons with our snapper
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ON DECK – January/February 2012
two lures recommended by successful
trollers. (Selwyn Lewis pioneered this
method many years ago but it is only now
just catching on)
Summer Angling
Ernie Hill now uses 4 lb braid on his
whiting lines. He prepares a number of
leaders etc. so if he snags and breaks he
can be back in the water quickly
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I mean early, or late into the evening.
New Products
Sometimes January and February can be
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a few tips for those hot days that may help:
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almost certainly provide the bulk of the
catch.
Wilson has just introduced a range of
well-priced squid rods. At well under $100
they are worth a comparison with their
expensive forerunners.
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There is now a pier or jetty pack bait
available. It contains pippies, squid and
prawns in the same packet – good value.
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Also, there is now a range of instructional
and information videos in all tackle shops from knots to lines, to tactics and locations.
There is an almost inexhaustible supply to
teach beginners and skilled anglers alike
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Nets made of rubber compound are now
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and are specially designed for catch and
release.
Fishing locations - Lake Mulwala
This lake is probably the most reliable
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accommodation at Bunnerong and in
the Mulwala township. The lake can be
accessed both from Victoria and New South
Wales. Knock-about tinnies are best for
use in the lake, with more expensive boats
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channels. Spinner baits, soft plastics and
hard bodies all work and persistence pays
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widely practiced.
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seem to become listless.
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during the day.
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holiday period so be prepared for delays.
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plenty of water, and don’t forget to take
out your children as often as possible.
Monthly Competitions
A number of phone calls are regularly
made by the Fishing Committee after
nearly all monthly competitons. Common
problems experienced are:
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Billy Smith.
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of kilograms.
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whiting are recorded as (3.10 kg)
instead of (0.310kg).
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FISHING IN MACAU
Contributed by:
Dennis Parnell
When some mates and I decided
to go to Hong Kong for the
International race meeting in
December and my wife decided
she’d like to go as well, I said
“Book us in before you change
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only interested in the shopping, but
there were more important events
to consider.
We all got to Happy Valley races
on the Wednesday night, the boys
went to a Carbine Club lunch on
Friday and most of the group went
to the Shatin races on the Sunday.
The missus went shopping in
China, so missed the highlight of
the trip!
We saw Dunedin follow up his
Melbourne Cup win in the Hong
Kong Vase, but naturally I wasn’t
smart enough to back him.
In the months leading up to the trip
I thought to myself “where’s a good
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We planned to go to Macau one
day to a good Portugese restaurant,
followed by a sojourn to the
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casino and found it had canals and
gondola rides.
This got me thinking about
piscatorial pursuits,
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And in case you’re interested, the
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I should have attached a magnet
to my line though, as the canal’s
shallow and the bottom was
covered with coins!
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the canal whilst being serenaded
by a gondolier. I couldn’t believe
it when he told me no-one had
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Boof reckons I’m a dickhead, but I
provided a lot of laughs
and photo shots for those along the
banks of the canal.
HYLAND MEMORIAL FISHING
COMPETITION 7th December 2011
Well, at last we had the right weather for this event. Having been cancelled three times in the
past due to strong wind warnings; members certainly made the Hyland Classic a great event
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Mark Hyland for donating the Christmas Ham.
The winners for this year’s event were:
(1)
Steve Church
Highway Tyres Voucher
(2)
Alby Thomas
Hyland Christmas Ham
We all look forward to carrying on the memories of this event again in 2012.
Fishing Committee
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ON DECK – January/February 2012
RESULTS OF THE 27TH
GALA FISHING COMPETITION 2011
Blessed with the weather for the weekend
of 12-13 November, and more snapper in
the Bay than you could imagine, this year’s
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Once again our faithful band of sponsors
did us proud with a great array of splendid
prizes donated for this special event.
Shimano in conjunction with Southern
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Be sure you know who our sponsors are
as it is important that we support them to
ensure they will be back next year.
They are:
Shimano
Joe Downie
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Wayne Wright
J V Marine
John Stav
The Lobster Cave
Bill Ferg
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John McConoghy
A J Thomas Campers
Alun Thomas
Condor Financial
Solutions (Kelk & Co)
David de Kretser
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Bob Cummings
It was good to see so many of our sponsors
present on the day. Joe Downie, Wayne
Wright, John Stav, David de Kretser and
Warren Bailey represented their companies
with John McConaghy absent; most
probably embarrassed by the number of
prizes he has previously won.
I hope that the weekend’s winners took
the time to thank our sponsors for their
wonderful prizes.
ON DECK – January/February 2012
As usual, many people put in a huge effort
to make this weekend a success. Paul,
Marina and staff (looking great in their
Shimano shirts, especially Marina) did a
great job in keeping up with member and
guest demands. The Fishing Committee
should be congratulated, especially those
who worked all through the night on
Friday and Saturday to ensure parking went
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one Max and Cameron. Brendan with his
usual entourage of girls - Lora, Marilyn,
Sharron, Toni and Ritta, again did a great
job preparing the food. Tim and Ben Hipkin
supplied the meat and Ben saved the day
by leaving hospital just in time to cook the
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A highlight of the weekend and a great
show of Club spirit was Ross Popperwell
and his Site Committee offering to do all
the clean up after the weekend. Thanks
guys from all the Fishing Committee.
The lowlight of the weekend was an
effort put in by Darrel (Scooter) Seager of
Wangaratta who had his motor pack up on
day one; day two saw a double hook up
on his two rods in a plastic holder. Snap! both lost over the side. Day three - rod in
holder again, his son bends over, backs into
rod, and it was also lost overboard. Darrel
has pledged to come back again next year
but is going to bring some goggles and
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Thanks Charlie Smith and Shane Bounds
for organizing our camping guests from
Wangaratta and Albury.
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Competition are as follows:
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RESULTS OF THE 27TH
GALA FISHING COMPETITION 2011
Junior Section
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SPONSOR
PRIZE
WINNER
CLUB
1
Heaviest Snapper
Shimano
Shimano Aqua Tip 701 Snapper Road & Alivio 6000 FA Reel
William Hipkin
BMYS
3.94kg
2
2nd Heaviest Snapper
Shimano
Shimano Eclipse 662 Spin Rod & 4000 FB Reel
Patrick Franklin
BMYS
3.52kg
3
Heaviest Flathead
Shimano
Shimano 763 Estuary Rod & 2500 FB Reel
Joe Lackner
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474 gms
4
Secret Weight Flathead 1
Shimano
Shimano Zieda 602 Rod & 2500 F Reel
Troy Duncan
BMYS
5
Secret Weight Flathead 2
Shimano
Shimano Zerik 662 Rod & 2500 F Reel
Sean Elliot
BMYS
6
Secret Weight Flathead 3
Shimano
Shimano Eclipse Lumo 562 Spin Rod & R2000 Reel
Ben Hempell
BMYS
7
Heaviest Whiting
Shimano
Shimano Estuary 562 Rod & 2500 F Reel
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Shimano Eclipse Lumo 562 Spin Rod & R2000 Reel
Brandon Seager
>(5.
9
Heaviest Salmon
Shimano
Shimano Zieda 602 Rod & 2500 F Reel
No Catch
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10
Heaviest Leatherjacket
Shimano
Shimano Eclipse 562 Spin Rod & R2000 Reel
Rebecca Zahara
BMYS
11
Heaviest Other Species
/Pike
Shimano
Shimano Zerik Spin 662 Rod & 2500 F Reel
Luke Zahra
BMYS
12
Most Species
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(draw from hat for equal winners)
Patrick Revell
>(5.
13
Secret Weight Snapper 3
Shimano
Shimano Beast Master 702 Rod & Scoona 2500 FB Reel
Jaden Scobie
>(5.
14
Secret Weight Snapper 2
Shimano
Shimano Aqua Tip 701 Rod & Alivio 6000 FA Reel
Issac Smith
Shimano
>(5.
Major Prize: Junior Section
15
Secret Weight Snapper 1
Shimano
Shimano Beast Master 701 Rod & Baitrunner 4500B Reel
Sam Algeri
16
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Kelk & Co
Condor Competition Hats
Mick Sullivan
William Sullivan
Jasper Bowman
Rebecca Zahra (heaviest leatherjacket)
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Sam Algeri (major Junior prizewinner)
BMYS
Juniors catch them too!
ON DECK – January/February 2012
Senior Section
*(;,[email protected]
SPONSOR
PRIZE
WINNER
CLUB
1
3rd Heaviest Snapper
Southern
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Shimano
Shimano Aqua Tip 701 Snapper Road & Alivio 6000 FA Reel
Matt Shannahan
ORBOST
5.7kg
2
2nd Heaviest Snapper
Southern
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Shimano
Shimano Eclipse 662 Spin Rod & 4000 FB Reel
Justin Tueno
BMYS
6.17kg
3
1st Heaviest Snapper
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John McConaghy
Marine CD MP3 Entertainment Pack
Matt Shannahan
ORBOST
6.53kg
4
Ladies Heaviest Snapper
Southern
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Shimano
Shimano Alivio 600FA Reel
Mary Rose Zagami
BMYS
4.0kg
5
Heaviest Flathead
Lobster Cave
Dinner Voucher $
Mitchel Bourne
BMYS
1.056kg
6
Heaviest Whiting
Southern
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Wayne Wright Custom Made Whiting Rod
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0.432gm
7
Heaviest Shark
Alun Thomas
Campervans
5 Nights Use With Choice of Camper
No Catch
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Most Species
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Maxima Shield, Tackle Box & Line
Eddie Zahra
BMYS
(11species)
9
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Scott Billings
BMYS
10
Secret Weight Flathead 1
Southern
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Shimano
Shimano 701 Snapper Rod & Alivio Reel
Simon Stafford
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Eclipse Lumo 763 Estuary Rod & Hyperloop 2500FB Reel
Alan Beasley
BMYS
12
Heaviest Pike
Southern
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Shimano
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Heaviest Salmon
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Heaviest Leatherjacket
Southern
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Shimano
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1.33kg
15
Hard Luck Story
Southern
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Shimano
Shimano 702 Beast Master Rod
Darrel Scager
>(5.
16
Secret Weight Snapper 5
Lobster Cave
Dinner Voucher
Ben Barlow
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17
Secret Weight Snapper 4
Southern
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Shimano
Shimano 701 Snapper Rod
Chris Stewart
BMYS
18
Secret Weight Snapper 3
Southern
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Shimano
Shimano Whiting Rod & Exage Reel
Peter Mitchell
BMYS
19
Secret Weight Snapper 2
Southern
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Shimano
Shimano Beast Master 701 Rod & 450 Baitcaster Reel
Brad Dougal
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Major Prize: Senior Section
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Sharon McMillian
BMYS
21
Champion Club
BMYS
Perpetual Trophy
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22
Kelk & Co Draw
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Peter Farley to
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Matt Shannahan
Orbost
RESULTS OF THE 27TH
GALA FISHING COMPETITION 2011
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The winners are as follows:
SPONSOR
PRIZE
WINNER
1st Shimano
Beastmaster Rod & 450 Shimano Bait Runner
Marilyn Webster
2nd Shimano
Shimano 762 Rod & 6000 Hyperloop Reel
Sam Pulvirenti
3rd Shimano
Shimano 762 Eclipse Lum Rod & 2500 Hyperloop Reel
Jack Robinson
4th Shimano
Shimano Eclipse 562 Rod & R2000 Reel
Wayne Suter
5th J.V. Marine
JV Marine Stainless Swivel
Phil Busch
6th J.V. Marine
JV Marine Waterproof Boat Bag
Vince Clarke
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Joseph Lacknor
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PRIZE
WINNER
1st Shimano
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John Stav
(donated to charity)
2nd Shimano
Shimano Bait Runner Reel
Tim Hipkin
3rd Shimano
Shimano Exage 2500RC Reel
Phil Busch
4th Shimano
Shimano 762 Rod & 6000 FB Reel
Charlie Smith
5th Shimano
Shimano Jewel Whiting Rod (Spare Tip)
Wayne Scobie
6th Shimano
Beast Master 701 Snapper Rod
Les Sabo
7th Shimano
Eclipse 662 Shimano Spin Rod & Reel
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Junior Tackle Box
Luke Zahra
9th J.V. Marine
Platinum LED Light
Luke Zahra
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ON DECK – January/February 2012
THE 27TH GALA FISHING COMPETITION 2011
Launching at dawn
The Big Wait (Brendan Hocking)
Sharon McMillan (Winner Sec. Wt Snapper)
and Tony Hawken
Heaviest Flathead - Junior
Joe Lackner
The Banner before dawn
Greg Revell - Wang (2nd from left)
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First catch for the morning
Eddie Zahra (BMYS) Most species
Kelk & Co Sponsors Warren Bailey & David de Kretser
In the boat - Shane Bounds
The array of Sponsors prizes
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ON DECK – January/February 2012
Sunrise at the ramp
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THE 27TH GALA FISHING COMPETITION 2011
The BBQ Lunch Queue
Russell Wilson (BMYS) and Peter Farley (Orbost)
The Grumpy Old Cooks - Geoff, Phil, Dennis, Tim & Ian
Sharon McMillan - with sponsors Wayne & Joe and Macca
Mary Rose Zagami (BMYS)
Heaviest Snapper Ladies
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All Smiles - John Stav
All Set - the wait before dawn
Matt Shanahan (Orbost)
heaviest snapper - Seniors
ON DECK – January/February 2012
How good does this look?
Come Join Us There!
Come for a fabulous cruise across the bay
to
Royal Yacht Club of Victoria,
Williamstown for a Barbecue Lunch
On
Sunday 25 March 2012
BYO Barbecue Lunch / Picnic (RYCV barbecues will be available)
The Bar will be open for drinks (please note - NO BYO alcohol)
Meet at BMYS in time for a 10.30 am departure
Please Note this is a Kerr Trophy event
To register for this cruise, or for more information please contact
Paul or Marina at the club on 9589 5156
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– John Bacon
Hi everybody,
I hope you have all had a well deserved
break, and are looking forward to tackling
2012 head on.
CHILDRENS CHRISTMAS PARTY
The 2011 Children’s Christmas Party was an
enjoyable day. The weather was a little cool,
so Santa had to leave his sleigh on Beach Rd.
The big guy didn’t let anyone down, and lots
of presents were delivered to happy children.
This event at the Club is always an enjoyable
day for those that believe in Santa, and for
those that don’t.
MEAT RAFFLE/MEMBERS’ DRAW
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resumed on Friday 13 January 2012.
PARMA NIGHTS
The popular Parma Nights will again be held
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16 February. They will continue thereafter on
the third Thursday of each month through to
November 2012.
UP COMING SOCIAL EVENTS
TO PLAN FOR
SUNDAY 26 FEBRUARY
“A Day on the Green”
Entertainment will be provided by solo artist
Alex Kyle, who plays for all ages.
Bring a cheese platter or two, or just have a
BBQ with your friends and family, and enjoy
the afternoon.
No entry fee. Drinks at bar prices.
SUNDAY 13 MAY
Mother’s Day luncheon.... yearly event.
Details in the next issue of On Deck.
ON DECK – January/February 2012
FRIDAY NIGHT MEMBERS’ DRAW
(6:30-8:0 pm)
Remember, you must be present in the
Clubhouse when the draw is made to win
the prize. As we go to press, the prize has
jackpotted to $400.
PREVIOUS FRIDAY NIGHT MEMBERS’ DRAW
04 November: $1,000
Jeff Smith (140) and
William Joughin (166)
11 November: $1,050
Frank Skrobar (361) and
Samuel Maccora (328)
18 November: $1,100
Tony Evans (012) and
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25 November: $1,150
Ian Clark (449) and
Ron Wilson (299)
02 December: $1,200
Warren Patterson (310) and
Russell Wilson (431)
09 December: $1,250
Anthony Mellick (240) and
Peter Collier (647)
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– Peter Collier!!!
16 December: $250
Michael Fox (253) and
Chris Bardoel (174)
23 December: $300
Ian Stevenson (627) and
John Doulgeridis (610)
06 January; $350
No Draw – prize jackpots to $400
13 January: $400
Brian Andrews (014) and
Robert Bennetto
20 January: $450
Sam Nasreddin (612) and
Scott Brabner (097)
Page 17
CHILDRENS CHRISTMAS PARTY
Page 18
ON DECK – January/February 2012
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Any members interested in the three day cruise to Refuge Cove
on the 10th 11th 12th of March 2012 should register their
interest with the club as places are limited.
The cruise will leaving Port Welshpool on Saturday the 12th of March
after a stopover in the Port Welshpool Pub on the Friday night .
All boats making this trip will need to meet stringent safety
requirements - some of them are listed below.
We have booked 6 on land camping spots that members can use if not
staying on their boats
MINIMUM SAFETY REQUIRMENTS
Minimum boat length 5.6 Mtrs
x
Fully operational Epirb
x
27 Meg Radio or VHF Radio
x
2 anchors with 30+ Mtrs of rope
x
4 Extra good quality ropes for tying up etc
x
8 large bumper cushions
ON DECK – January/February 2012
x
x
All of the regulatory safety equipment for your boat’s size
Page 19
* = indicates a J R Kerr Trophy Event
J = indicates a Junior Prize event
January 2012
Thursday 26
Free
Australia Day
Boating
Mornington Cruise/Lunch at MYC
Fishing/Boating
Lecture Night 7:30 PM Start
Boating
Family Bayside Cruise & Competition
Wednesday 15
Fishing
Twilight Fishing Competition
Saturday 18
Fishing
Port Albert Fishing Weekend
Fishing
Monthly Fishing Competition
Fishing
Twilight Fishing Comp (Back-Up)
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(+H`VU[OL.YLLUH[)[email protected]:
Fishing/Boating
Lecture Night 7:30 PM Start
Fishing
Family Fishing Competition
Sat/Sun/Mon 10/11/12
Boating
Refuge Cove – 3 Day Cruise
Monday 12
Free
Labour Day
Sunday 29
*
February 2012
Thursday 02
Sunday 12
Sat/Sun 18/19
*
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March 2012
Thursday 01
Sunday 04
*
Sat/Sun 17/18
*
Fishing
Monthly Fishing Competition
Sunday 25
*
Boating
Williamstown Cruise – lunch at RYCV
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ON DECK – January/February 2012
– Ross Popplewell
Whilst from a boating viewpoint, the
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disappointment - particularly at weekends;
the good rain in conjunction with our
gardener’s efforts has the Squadron grounds
looking great. At this time of the year the
Site committee is usually pretty well up
to date with general maintenance, as we
too like to make the most of the boating
season. However, if you do notice anything
that needs attention please report it to
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BMYS Eastern Ramp GPS Datum
Members may have noted the removal of
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the No 4 Jetty (the right hand side of the
eastern ramp as you look out from the
ramp). A keen sighted member pointed out
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The datum is currently being re-cast and
will be replaced as soon as possible.
For member’s information the correct
ON DECK – January/February 2012
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Whilst on the subject of the Eastern Ramp,
we have recenly re-secured a loose bollard
on the No 4.
Cool Fisho’s
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installation is like all good designs…simple
and effective.
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BMYS Club Apparel Order Form
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$12.50
(b) 4 in 1 Jacket
$96.00
(c) 2 in 1 Jacket
$47.00
(d) Anorak
$95.00
(e) Wool Blend Jumper
$52.00
(f) White & Navy Dry-form Polo
$25.00
(g) White, Red & Navy Dry-form Polo
$25.00
(h) Red & Blue Polo
$25.00
(i) Blue Torque Shirt
$37.00
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