When: 9 Dec 18
Trip Coordinator: John Smith
Trip Classification: Stream and River
The Steavenson River is an iconic river that flows through Marysville. It provides a large number of opportunities for the angler, with easy access along its length.
All are encouraged to attend the November 2017 club trip, email myself or place you name on the club trip board.
Where – Ovens River
When – 3 - 7 November 2017
Staying at – Freeburgh Cabins and Caravan Park
Trip co-ordinator – Pat Sheridan
Trip classification – River Trip
Fly Tying – Flies for Ovens River
One Fly Competition
The NSFFC One Fly competition is held annually and this year will be held at Tranquil Rises at Flowerdale and is a fantastic day on the clubs calendar. In past years fish over 9lb have caught on this trip.
- 8am leave NSFFC.
- 8.30am, morning tea, drawing of flies and briefing.
- 09.00am fishing commences.
- 12.15-1.15pm, lunch
- 1.15-3.30pm, fishing.
- 3.30-4.00pm, afternoon tea, results & presentation.
Situated on the Western Highway, just 4 km east of the picturesque Victorian township of Ararat, Green Hill Lake has plenty on offer for locals, campers and travellers alike. There is drinking water available, fireplaces, barbeques, picnic tables, chairs, playground and exercise machine, pontoon, boat ramps and even hot showers to keep you feeling refreshed during your stay. The campground has no designated camping spots, camp where you like, so no need to book, camping is free however there is a suggestions and donation box*.
When - 23 - 24 Jun 18
Staying at -TBA
Trip co ordinator - Pat Sheridan
Trip classification – Lake Trip
Lake Purrumbete is a freshwater lake, with a surface area of 552 hectares and a minimum depth of 45 metres.
Lake Purrumbete is surrounded by private property and public access to the lake is restricted. There is a boat ramp and caravan park in the south-western corner and public shoreline access at ‘Hoses Rocks’, on the western shore, and through the quarry on the eastern side. After that it’s shanks’ pony.
Boats give easy access to all areas of the lake and shoreline.