Late afternoon in Maclean is just perfect with the views of the beautiful Clarence River.
Late afternoon in Maclean is just perfect with the views of the beautiful Clarence River. Megs Burgess

Rest Point club members hold annual general meeting

REST POINT HOTEL: Our first fishing weekend for 2016 kicked off on Sunday last and unfortunately not many catches brought to weigh-in. Tony M, Mal L and Trevor W started their fishing at Grafton then headed to Maclean with not much to show for their efforts with only a small amount of grunter, one flathead and a catfish.

Mal L said his efforts netted zilch and he unfortunately hit a kangaroo on the way to Trevor's place. Lynn M fished at the back of their place with no luck, Lynn said Tony gave her an old line to try which wasn't much good.

Jason and Belinda F. went to Lillydale only catching one grunter. Greg C said he caught a mullet on a very small hook at the back of his place weighing in at 596g. Michael C seemed to fare better with his catches weighing in a total catch weight of 1.466kg which consisted of mullet and bass, and Andrew's bream was 328g catch weight.

It was also the month for the AGM and new office bearers were elected and congratulations to all who put their hand up to take on a position. Our new president is David Seymour, treasurer Chris Goodbar, secretary Lynn Mortimer and Lynn Griffith is still publicity officer. Our weigh master is Mal Langley and his assistants are Andrew and Michael Cummins.



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