kigparrot1When - 7 Sep 19

Trip co ordinator - Pat Sheridan

Trip classification – River Trip

Description -  The King Parrot Creek is a waterway every member of the Club should become familiar with.  It has some great pieces of water for every level.  Open pools which will suit the beginner through to the more technical closed in sections.

All are encouraged to attend the November 2018 club trip, email myself or place you name on the club trip board.

Where – Ovens River

When – 2 - 5 November 20119

Staying at – Freeburgh Cabins and Caravan Park

Trip co-ordinator – Pat Sheridan

Trip classification – River Trip

Fly Tying – Flies for Ovens River

This year the One Fly has returned to Tranquil Rises at Flowerdale. Tranquil Rises is a series of stocked dams holding Brown, Rainbow and Golden Trout, Golden Perch (Yellow Belly) and Murray Cod, check out their Facebook page

Cost for the day is $35 (incl BBQ Lunch). Beer, wine and soft drink will be available for purchase. Fly Draw at 9am sharp, so donít be late.

Hepburn/Newlyn’s Club Trip

There are a number of ways to get to Hepburn Lagoon, from the club rooms allow a couple of hours, make your way to Daylesford, we’ll meet at the DAYLESFORD BAKERY 69-71 Vincent Street, Daylesford at 8:00am for a quick coffee, then make our way to the lagoon.  From Daylesford driving along the Midland Hwy (A300) towards Blampied, looking for the intersection of the Midland Hwy and Daylesford-Clunes Rd, and turn right.

Queenscliff is a tourist hotspot on the Bellarine region of Port Philip Bay. It is also a fishing mecca as well.

From the club rooms allow a couple of hrs to get to the township. WeĆ­ll meet at the boat ramp at Queenscliff Harbour which is off the roundabout on Symonds Street. Low tide is at 10:00 so plan to get the ramp at 8.

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