VOLUME 30, ISSUE 3. September 2023

The first night having dinner at The Blue Duck Inn, during our trip to Big River (Upper Mitta Mitta River) in May 2021.

This photo was from last year on our Annual Tuition Weekend in Wallerawang. Here David Caddies provides on the water tuition to Leigh Atallah, whilst Michael Hodgson made great strides in his first attempts at Roll Casting. This event is scheduled for the last weekend of October 2023; details in this edition of the Flyrodder.


Next Members Monthly Meeting

Our next Members Monthly Meeting will be held at The Freeway Hotel in Artarmon, on the corner of Reserve Road and The Gore Hill Freeway. The meeting will kick off at 7:00pm on Monday, 11th September 2023.

Our guest speaker will be non other than our member Bob Stevenson, which promises to be a very entertaining presentation.

Please view further down the Flyrodder for the details.


Next Members Monthly Fly Tying 

The Next Monthly Fly Tying Meeting will held on Monday, 18th September 2023 at our usual venue in the Green Room of the Henley Community Centre, kicking off at 7:00pm.

See further details below under the Monthly Fly Tying segment.


President's Report

Denis Hill with a gorgeous Mataura River brown from the February 2023 NZ Trip.

Dear {Contact_First_Name},

Our President is currently having a wonderful time holidaying in Spain, so he didn't manage to squeeze in a report this month, but I'm sure that he will have much to report on next month about his adventures in the Iberian Peninsula.

Tight Lines,


Denis Hill


From the Editor

Gavin with a Mitta Mitta brown on our April 2023 trip.

Whilst it's a quieter time with club events at this time, we have some wonderful presentations coming up at our Monthly Members Club Meeting and we had a record attendance of 59 at our August Meeting, which provided a fantastic atmosphere. See details of the upcoming meeting presentation below, which will be another entertaining and enjoyable evening.

We have our monthly casting practice, which has been well attended as David Caddies provides wonderful casting tuition that is in line with the FFI guidelines and programs. It's the perfect time to improve your casting skills in readiness for the upcoming trout season; or any location for that matter. Plus we have plenty of salt water fishing opportunities across Sydney and country locations. Better casting makes better fishing and therefore more enjoyment.

Our monthly Fly Tying event is also very well attended as you'll receive fly tying master classes from our fly tying maestro Dave Wilson. Dave has some 40 plus years experience in tying flies and knows all the tricks of the trade. As he will say, "If you can tie your own shoelaces, you can tie your own flies"!! Dave has a very practical approach to fly tying. Plus it's so rewarding to catch a fish with your own fly.

The wonderful aspect of these skills events are that they are free, and you can benefit from the instructors many years of experience and practice. You don't have to reinvent the wheel plus you will kick off the right way, or correct the areas that require correction to world class standards. We are very fortunate to have these members willingly sharing their knowledge throughout the club.

At the end of October we have our ever popular Annual Tuition Weekend in Wallerawang, just over a couple of hours drive from central Sydney. This year all the tuition will be on the water and practical. Phil Burton will cover stream craft on a nearby stream, supported by Steve Peach and Jared Klein who will run sessions on Euro Nymphing; plus David Caddies will hold sessions on Roll Casting and Mending, all on the water. This weekend will be great as all demonstrations will be practical and real. Please read the detailed section further down in this edition of the Flyrodder. There are only 9 spots remaining so you will need to book your spot soon to avoid being disappointed.

So will look forward to catching up at these upcoming events.

Gavin van der Wagen




Last Monthly Meeting and Guest Speaker Report

Angus Reynolds from Haul Fly Fishing (https://www.haulflyfishing.com) was our August Meeting Guest speaker, and what a fantastic and entertaining presentation he provided. We had a record turnout of 59 members attending and what a wonderful atmosphere this provided. Included amongst the attendees where a number of new members and visitors.

Angus has been guiding for a number of years now around Tumut and provides options either drift boating or fishing on foot. The Tumut is a remarkably consistent fishery, helped by the steady flow of cold water coming from the Snowy Mountains dams, which means it can provide good fishing even through the hottest of summers. But a little local knowledge can go a long way towards success.

Angus willingly shared with the group a number of secret spots and where/how to find them. I'm sure that many members will now be making their way down to Tumut for a fish. Tumut is a wonderful country town with great infrastructure, cafes etc.

You can view this meeting video and indeed all the previous presentations on our Members Private Video Library on YouTube. To view them please Login to our Sydney Fly Rodders Website; click on Members and select YOUTUBE CHANNEL, as per the picture below.

We have many wonderful videos in our Private Members Video Library, in fact they're all wonderful and informative, plus you can view them at your leisure!

Following are some pictures of the meeting.

Our President Denis Hill kicks off the meeting, and introduces Angus.

We had a great turnout on the night.

Denis awards Tony Pryce the FFI Casting Bronze Level award

New member Chloe van Dyck wins a raffle prize at her first club meeting

Angus kicks off his presentation

Angus's business logo, Haul Fly Fishing

Angus explains how the Snowy scheme works and its effect on the Tumut River and fishing conditions

That's the secret spot!! you'll have to watch the YouTube video

These are the flies that work on the Tumut

Denis thanks Angus for a wonderful presentation

The usual bottle of red is handed over

Denis wraps up the meeting

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Next Monthly Meeting and Guest Speaker

Our September Members Monthly Meeting is at our usual venue, The Freeway Hotel in Artarmon, on Monday the 11th September 2023, kicking off at 7:00pm.

Our Guest Speaker will be non other than our Club Member Bob Stevenson. Bob hails from the UK but now resides in "gods country", the Northern Beaches of Sydney.

Bob performs stand up comedy and is currently in Scotland performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, so we can expect this presentation to be flamboyant and very entertaining.

Bob will be presenting on some of his many fishing exploits around the globe, and indeed in Australia. This is one presentation that is not to be missed, so look forward to another great crowd in attendance.

For those unable to attend the meeting we will be recording the presentation and then uploading it to our Club Members Private Video Library on YouTube. 

You will also be able to view all the previous meeting presentations that we have recorded, and view at your leisure.

Many of our attendees arrive a bit earlier and have dinner either before, else the bar staff will deliver your meal order to our meeting room and you can enjoy your meal, and or drink, whilst the meeting is underway. The food is good value for money and the company is priceless!! So come along and have a relaxing and entertaining meeting where you can meet other members and pick up on useful snippets information that is shared amongst the group.

Our Meeting is normally held on the 2nd Monday of each month, unless it is a public holiday; in which case it will be delayed a week. 

There is ample parking in the parking garage under the Freeway Hotel, which is accessed from Dickson Avenue (at the back), just off Reserve Road, in Artarmon.

The address is 115 Reserve Road, Artarmon 2064 (for for GPS). 

Looking forward to catching up at the meeting.


New Members

We had nine new members join our club in August.

We extend a warm welcome to David Boyling, Nick Careless (welcome back Nick), Tim Ford, Simon McKay, Frank Quattrone, David Roberts, Chloe van Dyck, Brad Wells and Chris Whittle to our Club.

We encourage new members to join in on the many activities that we run as this is a good way to meet other club members and also to improve your fly fishing skills and most importantly to have a great time.

Looking forward to meeting you at our Monthly Members Meetings and at events throughout the coming year.


Last Months Casting Practice Report


Mending fly line when fishing is one of those fundamental practices of the river fisher which is often  done not at all; too infrequently to make a difference, or just plain poorly. August casting saw us delving into some basic ways to cast so as to prevent the dreaded D-R-A-G. Let me oversimplify.

Drag is the word used to describe the movement a fly makes in a current of water where the fly is moving unlike what a natural creature would do in the same position. Drag suggests to a fish that there must be something unnatural and therefore dangerous about that potential food item. In our case, we have attached this tiny thing to a rather clumsy apparatus we call fly line. It can drag the fly. Drag-free drift is what we are after. 

If the fly is a nymph, a dry fly or a terrestrial bug, it should imitate what its natural counterpart would do in or on the water. Basically, be swept along with the current, at the speed of the current: not faster, slower or sideways. Some nymphs will move up through the water, but not against the current; some bugs will splash and struggle across the surface, but by and large, the current dictates movement. Fish are wary of things which don’t look or move like their natural food. Imagine you see a Big Mac mysteriously moving sideways off the plate – wouldn’t that be another valid reason not to eat it?

The river fisher’s job then is to make a cast then allow, or more correctly cause, the fly to drift as freely as if it is unattached to the line. You can try to do this by ‘mending’ the line and leader as it travels downstream. Ie lifting and repositioning the line up-current to take tension off the line and leader as the fly travels without being dragged. This process has challenges. Done incorrectly, you may even make things worse by jerking the fly off track altogether, as if the noise and fuss of lifting fly line isn’t also causing fish to flee. You can’t effectively practice it on grass either, through lack of water movement and tension. Practical fishing, as well as casting practice, is better confined to making the mend happen in the air, well before the fly line and leader fall to the water. 

So, we practiced the reach mend on the grass in August. It’s a form of aerial mend. The process starts when you make a cast towards the target. Once the fly line is fully committed and heading towards the target, the cast part of this is over. You can now go into the mend bit. Swing the rod horizontally right or left (whichever is the upstream direction) and then follow down with the rod as the whole fly line and leader descends to the water’s surface. If the fly, tippet, leader, fly line and the rod tip all touch the water at the same time, on target, you’ve won: promise yourself a lottery ticket, ‘cause it’s difficult to do well. You can then complete the drift with the abovementioned on-water mends.

The skills involved in this cast start well before the process described above. You need to be able to 1. do a cast which fully extends the fly line and leader above the target; and 2. stop the rod and lower it so as to let the whole line, leader etc fall pretty much all at the same pace, as you lower the rod. If your 35’ cast has the fly line touching down way before the leader, work on these two things first. Then you can move on to how to move the rod left or right as all that happens. Happily, this is one of those casts which can have some good effect even if not done well.

If you can do the first four casts in the FFI Bronze level skills development program, you will be well on the way to numbers 1 and 2 above. The actual reach mend, which builds on those, is part of the  Silver level. You’ll hear more about those levels over the next couple of months. 

There is a lot more to say on overcoming drag: not least in how to recognize it; how different rigs behave in the water; change your leader design to counter it, change casting angles and a number of  other casts and mends. 

We’ll continue with practice exercises and drills next casting practice day. In case I’ve made this cast sound all too hard, remember that even a flaky mend can help to deceive the fish: a little mending goes a long way. 

Plenty of things will be happening for new and novice casters too. 

See you there.


Our next Casting Practice will be held on Sunday, the 10th September. See the following section for further information.

Some August Casting Practice Photos:

How the perfect loop works and unfolds

It's as easy as this!!

Wider loop for bigger flies; safety is always a factor when casting

The perfect lay down and tracking

A bit more detail to make a great loop

Back to the drawing board

Dave Wilson demonstrating some physics to add to his fly tying prowess.

Showing what happens when you add force or momentum to an action

But it's gotta come down, eventually.

On the river casting and mending session

David is standing in the river, right bank

Looks like an aerial mend

Andrew Corkish about to demonstrate how he does it

To view additional photos, please click on the following link:



Club Monthly Casting Practice - Details and Event Schedule.

SFRC MONTHLY CASTING PRACTICE  9am Sunday 10 September 2023 

Reminder: Leave your 9 – 10’ trout leader with the 5X tippet at home. Bring one which is 8’ – 8’6” and terminating in 8 or 10 lb tippet. This session will suit DT or WF floating lines, for the single-handers. Two-handers, bring what you got. 

Start time is 9am:

HOWEVER: If you wish to have a go at being evaluated for any one or more of the casts in the Bronze Skills Development Program and you would like to come earlier than 9, send me a text message to that effect on 0434 671 085 and I’ll be there to set it up, from 8am. Coaching and demonstrations will be going on after 9, but with not much opportunity for individual evaluations. Early notice would be appreciated, but don’t let that stop you from a late practice on Saturday to see if you’re ready! 

All members are welcome to join in the club’s usual monthly practice session. If you want to know everything about the club’s casting practice sessions, read the whole blurb in the Flyrodder magazine.

WHERE: Timbrell Park, Henley Marine Drive, Five Dock. Go to the western end of Henley Marine Drive, past the cricket pitches, baseball nets and just past LIvvi’s coffee kiosk and kids’ playground area. There is an open area opposite where Ingham Avenue intersects with Henley Marine Drive which we usually use. It is not part of the sports fields. If conditions there are not suitable on the day, we will be just opposite, across the canal, or anywhere within sight that I can find. 

If you can’t make it this time and want some good practical instruction to guide you, check out this site: https://www.flyfishersinternational.org/Learn/Learning-Center-Resources/Fly-Casting/Casting-Instruction

I don’t know if that link works for you. Google FFI flyfishing and delve around. Most stuff is open to non-members. 

David Caddies 

So come and give it a try, as there is so much to be gained  by attending these sessions. And they are Free!!!

The following are the remaining dates for Casting Practice in 2023:

10th September

8th October

5th November and

3rd December.

Put these dates in your diary.


Last Months Fly Tying Meeting Report

Fly tying on 21st August with Dave Wilson

In this months tying we focussed on a theme of  Deer Hair selection and how to stack, pack and trim.

We also covered which Stacker and Packer tools to choose and how we recognised flaring from non-flaring hair when buying it in the fly shop. 

We tied a simple Hopper.

We had another great turnout of 16 members on the night.

These are wonderful sessions with our fly tying guru Dave, so even if you are thinking about tying, and wondering about the benefits, please come along and give it a try as we have plenty of fly tying equipment, and you don't have to bring a thing; apart from yourself that is. Or you can just come and watch. Give it a go as we all commenced our fly tying in this manner and Dave will teach you the correct techniques and various tricks to make it a straight forward process. Then you'll kick off the best way and buy the appropriate equipment that suites your needs.

As Dave says "Learn the core skills and tie any pattern you like!"

Some photos from the session:

Dave demonstrating the finer points
Everyone is getting stuck in! 
Great to see some new members involved; Plus the stalwarts
Tying is underway
Russell Walker seems to want to show his finished fly

For more photos of this event please click on the following link to our Google Album:



Next Monthly Fly Tying Meeting

Our next Monthly Fly Tying Meeting will be held on Monday, 18th September 2023, from 7:00pm to 9:30pm. The doors will open at 6:30pm to give you time to set up for a 7:00pm start.

Dave will be stepping us through on how to tie the Wooley Buggers, Shrek's and MaGoo's, which are all the same thing really.

We normally have experienced tiers to help and look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

For those who don't have a vise, we have ample spare one's available.

We particularly welcome first timers and all levels of fly tiers as you will all learn something from these wonderful sessions.

If you would like to just come and observe, then please do so to see if this is for you. You'll be surprised at how "easily" you can get into tying your own flies.

The venue is the Henley Community Centre in Hunters Hill, and we meet in the  Green Room on the right as you enter.

The venue address is: Crown Street, Henley, NSW 2111. As you turn into Crown Street, from Victoria Road, take the first left and drive down a bit of a bumpy road, and it's the last building about a 100 yards down the drag. There's parking off the track and walk through a small road, but it's a short walk to the front door.

Wooley Bugger


Tuition Weekend in Wallerawang - October 2023

On the River Tuition by Phil Burton

This popular event, which is normally held at the end of July each year, has been moved to a later time slot, to enable on the river casting tuition. Being on moving water will allow us to cover, how to approach the river, read where fish might lie, practice achieving a dead drift by the use of high sticking, casting position and line mending. During the weekend will cover off the use of dry fly, nymph, dry dropper and streamers. We will also, where required, help with rod set up knots, fly selection etc.  Phil Burton will be leading this tuition and will be ably assisted by other "volunteers" as required. Additionally, Steve Peach and Jared Klein have offered to run “Introduction to euro nymphing” sessions.

During previous skills weekend David Caddies has run casting lessons on the grass at Black Gold Motel & Cabins, this year there won’t be lessons on the grass and David will run “on water” roll casting and mending sessions. This weekend is a great opportunity for attendees to learn and practice on water so please, please, attend our Sunday morning casting practice and get your casting under control so you can make the most of this “on water” tuition. It will be very hard to practice the above “on water” techniques if you can’t make the basic casts, so get the casting practice.

The prime objective of this weekend is to share and impart fly fishing knowledge and skills to all levels of fly-fishing ability, with particular attention to beginners, new members and indeed any member who wishes to improve their skills. It has always included a good mixture of members with varying levels of fly-fishing experience, and who are always willing to share their knowledge and experience.

It's also a great way for new members to meet existing members and experience an enjoyable weekend away. We will be staying at the Black Gold Motel & Cabins at Wallerawang, arriving Friday, 27th October and departing Sunday, 29th October 2023.

The accommodation cost will be very reasonable, $167 per person for the two nights. Each attendee will have their own bedroom, to protect the non-snorers from the snorers. The Club has reserved the rooms and you can secure your spot on this Skills weekend via the “Events” section on our website and your booking covers your accommodation cost. Any extras such as drinks and food are to be paid individually, at the venue. Each attendee can open up their own tab to be settled prior to departure or pay as they go. If you do open a tab, please make sure you do settle prior to departure, the venue trusts the Fly Rodders and we don't want to lose that trust.   These cabins are self-contained so you can self-cater and may wish to for breakfast and your packed lunch for the day, even for your dinner, but they do have a great restaurant where the majority of the group will be dining together.

Their website is: www.blackgoldcabins.com.au

At this time we have just 9 spots remaining, so please book as soon as practicable to avoid being disapointed.

So, to book for this event you must book through the "Event" Section of our website, that secures your place and pays for your room.

Some photos from last years event:

The accommodation is great value, plus they have a wonderful restaurant and bar/lounge area.

On the Friday night we all meet for dinner, and Phil Burton will chat to us briefly about the proceedings for the weekend. Then we'll probably all meet on Saturday night again as the meals are well priced and it beats cooking.

Last year we had presentations, but this year the tuition will be on the water and practical.

Steve Peach (in this photo) and Jared Klein will be running sessions on an "Introduction to Euro Nymphing"

David Caddies, on the left, will also be running on the water practical sessions covering roll casting and mending

David Caddies did run sessions last year on the water at the Millpond in Portland 

Phil Burton will this year be leading on the water sessions covering all the skills that you will need to fish rivers effectively.


Big River Trip - March 2024

This will be our fourth annual trip to Big River. It will be during "hopper season"!!

Once again we will be accommodated at The Blue Duck Inn, where Dinner is also available, plus at "The Willows", which is just up the road from the Blue Duck Inn in Anglers Rest.

Big River, is the Mitta Mitta River above Lake Dartmouth and above Anglers Rest.

The trip commences on Saturday, 16th March 2024 and we are out on the following Saturday, 23rd March 2024, so 7 nights all up. Accommodation cost is $525 per person for the week.

Every attendee has their own bedroom.

The Willows is located about 8 minutes from the Blue Duck Inn, and is fully self-contained. They do breakfast and this can be pre-arranged. Else you can either take all your provisions or you can have dinner at The Blue Duck Inn, which has a good restaurant; but they don't do breakfast or lunch.

Anglers Rest is some 726Kms and an 8.5 hour drive from Sydney, Forestville exactly.

It is also 30 Kms from Omeo, should you need to buy some supplies.

Should you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to call or email me.

Else Login to the website, select Events and go to the March 2024 calendar and select the Big River trip and make your booking to secure your spot.


Gavin van der Wagen



The Blue Duck Inn, with cabins in the background

The restaurant at The Blue Duck Inn - great food and venue

The upper reaches of the beautiful Cobungra River

Big River - upper reaches

Big River - mid section

The Cobungra River higher up

The Big River looking very clear

An early morning view from The Willows accommodation.

Mitta Mitta Trip - May 2024

This will be our 11th annual pilgrimage to Mitta Mitta.

It will be in on the Saturday, 18th May 2024 and out on the following Saturday, the 25th May 2024; so 7 nights all up at $525.
We will be staying at the “Pink House”, the Caravan Park and a Unit behind the General Store, all a close walk to the Mitta Mitta Pub and Bistro; plus Murphy's House a 2 minute drive from the pub. So just a short trip to quench your thirst or dine at their fabulous and reasonable Bistro.

Every attendee has their own bedroom.

You can take your own food and drinks, or you can eat at the Mitta Mitta Pub or a combination. Many members eat only at the pub. 

Further up the road, about 30 K’s, there is also a good pub at Eskdale (which you pass through) and also an IGA and fuel. Mitta Mitta has a very small and limited general store and fuel.
The local dairy farmers allow us to fish on their properties, so we have access to many spots without competition!
There are many river options to fish, including the Mitta Mitta, Snowy Creek (runs right past the pub and caravan park), Lightning Creek, Wills Creek, Little Snowy Creek (near Eskdale) etc.
It’s about a 7 hour drive and 646 kilometres away.
I will provide more information to the attendees as required and then prior to the trip.

Should you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to call or email me.

Else Login to the website, select Events and go to the May 2024 calendar and select the Mitta Mitta trip and make your booking to secure your spot.


Gavin van der Wagen



The Mitta Mitta Pub and Bistro, with the General Store Accom just to the left out of picture

The Pink House across the road from the Pub

The Mitta Mitta River from a farmer's property

The stunning Snowy Creek upstream

Some of the friendly locals who always come to greet us

Snowy Creek near the confluence with Lightning Creek

A magical evening on the Mitta Mitta River

Autumn colours on Little Snowy Creek at Eskdale

This is what we find there

September Meeting Major Raffle

Custom Rod by John Baricevic - Club Member and Professional Rod Builder

We have another fantastic Major Raffle Prize to be drawn at the September Club meeting.  

Rather than provide a rod we have agreed with John Baricevic, our master rod builder, that he will build a custom rod for the winner.

The cost of the build will be up to $1,200, which will cover most rods and fittings but should the winner wish to take up some additional options they will be able to do so at their own additional expense, negotiated with John. 

John has told us he will be able to deliver the rod in time for our Xmas dinner early in December, provided that he gets in order in by early October, as it will take around an elapsed 2 months, as the blank has to be ordered from overseas as will some components depending on the rod specification.

If you are not sure about the quality and craftsmanship involved then please go to John's website www.barick.com.au and read July's Flyrodder which featured an article about John.  

We will be selling tickets for this at both the August and September meetings.  However, for those unable to attend, or wishing to get in early, we are also selling tickets through a direct bank transfer to the clubs bank account.  All you need to do is complete the transfer and use your name as the reference starting with RT (Raffle Ticket) ie my reference would be "RT - JWebber".

Ticket Prices are 1 for $10; 3 for $20 and 10 for $50.

We will also be raffling some minor free door prizes at the August and September meetings for attendees. 

I would like to wish you all good luck but am too keen to win this myself to bring myself to do that..... 

Club bank account details should you wish to buy Major Raffle Tickets for September draw are as per the following:

Name: Sydney Fly Rodders (Westpac Bank)

BSB:    032044

Acct:    359484

Ticket Prices are 1 for $10; 3 for $20 and 10 for $50.

All you need to do is complete the transfer and use your name as the reference starting with RT (Raffle Ticket) ie my reference would be "RT - JWebber"


James Webber


John at some idyllic location


Sydney Fly Rodders Facebook Pages

We run two SFRC pages, one is our public page and it posts events and activities of the club. It also shares posts from other pages like CAS, DPI on things relevant to the places and areas that we fish.

I post some fly tying every now and then and share links to events I find that might be of interest to followers. This page is a little like our Web page, it showcases the club to attract members and provides details of club events. It has about 450 people following the page and any post will be seen by between 180 and 240 people.

We added another page. This is reserved for members only and cannot be seen by anyone outside of the group. You will need to send a request to join. Any member can post on this page and it is a great opportunity for members to put up a post or two about anything fly fishing. I would like to encourage members to use this page to post fishing reports or photos of flies that you tied. Being connected to other members you can ask for some casting or gear advice, or organise a short trip when you suddenly have some spare time.

There are also hundreds of other groups; bream on fly, carp on fly, bass, trout....areas like alpine trout, Sydney Kayak Fishing....fly tying groups, buy sell swap fly gear pages and individuals like Aussie Flyfisher, Sydney Flyfishing to check out. 

Phil Burton


Sydney Flyrodders Instagram Page

The Sydney Fly Rodders are now on Instagram. Many thanks to our Member Maddie Chew Lee, who offered to set us up and apply her significant experience with marketing and communications in particular within the social media space. 

Please follow the site and add your comments, and lets grow this platform for the club. It will also attract new members to the club.

Below is a snapshot of the site. We aim to sync (in particular look and feel) the Instagram account with our Facebook account and also our new Website, which I talk more about in the preceding section.


Sydney Fly Rodders WhatsApp Group

We have an Exclusive Group on WhatsApp for our Members, which is a great way to communicate informally and to share ideas, seek advice and also to plan and seek interest for impromptu/planned fishing trips.

I can highly recommend this to members. We have arranged a number of trips now from a weekends bass fishing through to a casual and social Sunday morning or afternoons fishing at Narrabeen Lake or Hen & Chickens Bay etc. And there could even be a BBQ thrown in for a social get together afterwards. This will happen on most if not all occasions.

Should you wish to be included in this group, then please email me to request your inclusion, quoting your mobile number which is required to link you into the Group. You will need to download the WhatsApp first if you haven't already done so.

Please contact me for inclusion.

Gavin van der Wagen

Editor, Flyrodder



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