Hook Up E-News
The PGFC Hook-Up electronic newsletter is published regularly throughout the year when there are items that are of interest to members.
PGFC Members receive their emailed copy of Hook-Up on the day of publication. It is published on the website immediately during winter, but from November, as the fishing season approaches, its appearance on the website will be delayed 7 to 10 days. It may be available on request via email@example.com .
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Items in this issue include: Productive local fishing. Jurien Bay fishing well. Kiwi shortbill spearfish. 2018 calendar of events. Successful FSC event. GFAA rule check
Items in this issue include: Not much local fishing but plenty of billfish activity in the north. Jamo takes delivery of the new boat in Hobart. 2018 calendar of events.
Items in this issue include: results of the weekend’s snapper comp, scores and Commonwealth Marine Reserves announcement.
Items in this issue include: Big SBT around, important membership item, local snapper action and snapper comp coming up, scores, member’s immaculate boat for sale and a tagging update.
Local Fishing, River social day, New arrangements for membership at tournaments, Roaming FAD, Bluewater Tackle World Marlin Cup, Shimano WA Open, Tagged fish recapture
Local Fishing, Roaming FADs, Mandurah and Cervantes hotspots, January Family Day, Marlin Cup, Tag Times.
Local Fishing, Currents affecting FADs, A Haines Hunter refit, January Family Day announced. RIP Colin Parks.
Opening Weekend, Christmas Social Night, FADs, Vale Rachel Tees, Offer on Tiagra 130s.
Annual Presentation Dinner, FSC Snapper Day, Recapture, AGM, FADs and Opening Weekend coming up.
FSC Snapper event next weekend – Recaptures – Presentation night – CMR progress – National Gone Fishing Day -FADs and Opening Weekend coming up.
Snapper locally, billfish in the north-west. Latest club calendar. Social night, presentation night, National Gone Fishing Day and Opening Weekend all coming up.
A very successful members only event. Local and Pacific Islands fishing. Rottnest Trench water temperatures. Blast from the past. Tried and true recipe. ARFF Media Release. Scores
Local fishing has been a bit quiet, but Exmouth is turning on yellowfin tuna and mackerel. The FADs have been recovered and a working bee is planned. Two new destinations have been uncovered. The new website is due to be launched and there are updated scores. Valuable membership offer. July’s Social event is planned to be a cracker.
Local fishing has been quiet since the last Hook-Up although mahi mahi are beginning to show up. Marlin have been the subject of unconfirmed reports. The Shimano WA Open is less than two weeks away, so get your entries in.
– This edition of Hook-Up is dedicated to the Shimano WA Open which is now only a little over three weeks away. Much of the content is background material that will be of benefit to those who have not participated in the event before as well as updates which will be useful to those coming back after enjoying prior events.