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The Whangamata Ocean Sports 

Club results and photos from 

their recent Junior Game Fishing 

Comp on Marth 4th. 

There were 54 anglers 

and perfect weather for 

their young guns and 

within the hour they 

had caught more fish 

than their Classic did in 

3 days!! With the Skip 

Jack section fiercely 

contested it was great 

to see the Juniors bring-

ing in some good fish. 

All kids went home fed 

& watered courtesy of 

WOSC and all prizes 

were well received. With 

special mention to our 

local lure maker Rob-

ert Spencer who kindly 

donated over 50 home-

made lures! Hope to see 

the juniors again next year!

 Kahawai: 1st Corban Mathers, 

Maxifun, 2.876; 2nd Alex Muirhead, 

Blue Star 4, 2.426; 3rd Emma John-

ston, Su Sea, 2.096.

Kingfish: 1st 

Jayden McCarthy, 

Seeka, 11.150; 2nd 

Kayden McCar-

thy Seeka, 5.170.

Albacore: 1st 

Hannah Rogers, 

Pasadija, 1.620;

2nd Lauren 

Tinning, Hot 

Tuna 2, 1.043;

3rd Mollie Rob-

inson, Sword 

Dust, 0.946.

Skippy: 1st 

Lynda Rogers, 

Pasadija, 6.445;

2nd Jamie Scott, 

Hot Tuna 2, 

5,837; 3rd Jor-

dan Haimona, 

Fin Reaper, 5.812.


Send your photos into mail@fishingoutdoors.co.nz

All competitors must attend the competition 

briefing @ 7.00 am @ Bubbas Fishing and    




Each team must comprise of two divers 


$35 per spear fisher. 


All fish are to be gutted and gilled. 


Weigh-in at WOSC at 3.30pm—4pm. 


Fish auction at 4.30pm. 


Prize giving will be at WOSC at 6.30pm. 


Full rules on our website or available at the bar. 

Whangamata Ocean Sports 

Club Junior results 

Three young fellows with their catch Zac, Matthew and Andrew 
caught on a charter vessel out from Kawhia 

Mike King with his new PB kingfish on a light 
jigging set up. 15kg off Gannet, near Raglan . 
Gave the light gear a good go 

Mike King with his marlin