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Sunday 24th March 2019
The accommodation is booked, the food providers have been reserved, the beer is brewing and the river should be great. Recent rains should have pushed more fish down to the mouth of the mighty Manning so there will be no excuses for failure to catch fish.
In the events latest application inclusion (due to bribery) Hookem Hales will be... more
Tuesday 13th March 2018
Here is a collection of photos from the 2018 Manning Point Fishing Classic.
If you are on the app, make sure you check out the website for more.
A great event won by McTuna. Special thanks to Ganghook for catering co-ordination, Fishin' for the brilliant 'Show Buckets' and of course The Captain for the three beers... more
Sunday 11th March 2018
Rob McTuna has taken out the 2018 Manning Point Fishing Classic on a weekend where the keeper sized fish were very hard to get. The crowing acheivement for McTuna was a keeper on the Pink Rod.
BigJig won the Pink Rod is a tight finish between him and Mangrove. Haka Jo won the Dougie for a collection of high endurance and cooking chilli... more
Saturday 10th March 2018
Thursday 8th March 2018
Wednesday 7th March 2018
Tuesday 6th March 2018
Tuesday 28th February 2017
What's more important? The Ovation of your Peers when partaking in a world renown fishing comp or listening to some chick sing? Crickey, friggin' crap. Three lightweights from last year's Manning Point Fishing Classic have pulled out of this years because their testicles have been dragged along to the later.
The first one I... more
Sunday 13th March 2016
For the first time ever we have had a tie for the Winner of the Manning Point Fishing Classic. Mangrove Mike and Mr Mahi Mahi (MM and MMM) shared the same number of points - Mangrove got a few and some biggies, Mahi Mahi just got lots. Well done Champions!more
Wednesday 9th March 2016
Wondering where all the blog entries are this year?
Documents recently uncovered appear to indicate that the Government broadband initiative is to blame.
Recent poor speeds in the NBN (National Blog Neutraliser) network seem to be because countless blog entries have been captured and stored in secure warehouses across the nation.